Reviewed by Dr. Scott Maymon, ND, NPH, and Dr. Sarah Stone, ND.

Menopause is a natural phase in a woman’s life when hormonal changes lead to the end of the menstrual cycle. The transition starts anywhere between a woman’s mid-forties and early fifties and brings a variety of symptoms that can significantly impact daily life. Peptide therapy has emerged as a promising solution to help alleviate these symptoms.

In this blog post, we will provide an overview of menopause, peptide therapy, and its potential benefits for pre-menopausal and menopausal women.

Menopause: An Overview

Menopause is a natural process that signifies the end of a woman’s reproductive years, usually occurring between the ages of 45-55. As the ovaries stop producing hormones like estrogen and progesterone, women begin to experience various symptoms, some of which include:

  • Hot flashes
  • Mood changes
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Weight gain
  • Decline in cognitive functions

These symptoms can greatly impact a woman’s quality of life, leaving many in search of effective treatments to alleviate their discomfort.

Peptides: Building Blocks of the Human Body

Peptides are short chains of amino acids, which are the building blocks of proteins in the human body. They are crucial in various functions, such as hormone production, immune system regulation, and tissue repair.

Our bodies naturally produce short-chain amino acids. As we age, the production of short-chain amino acids decreases. Factors such as aging, stress, and illness are all contributing factors to their decline.

Key Takeaway

Peptide therapy offers a safe and effective way to alleviate premenopause and menopause symptoms. By stimulating hormone production and regulating bodily functions, peptides can enhance overall health, improve sexual function, and boost energy levels.

What is Peptide Therapy?

Peptide therapy involves the administration of specific peptides to target and stimulate certain functions in the body. Here are some examples of peptides and their specific use:

  • BPC-157 promotes tissue repair, immune system regulation, and anti-inflammatory effects.
  • Sermorelin and Ipamorelin stimulate the release of human growth hormone, which can help with muscle regeneration and overall energy levels.
  • AOD 9604 is a uniquely formulated peptide that helps with weight loss. The targeted approach effectively promotes the breakdown of fat and inhibits its accumulation, leading to weight loss.
  • Selank is a peptide used to treat anxiety. It works by increasing serotonin levels, which helps to regulate mood and energy levels. 

Peptide Therapy for Menopause: How Does It Work?

Certain peptides can influence the release of human growth hormone (HGH) by stimulating the pituitary gland. In the context of menopause, HGH plays a vital role in regulating hormone levels, maintaining energy levels, and supporting cognitive, sexual, and overall health.

For instance, specific peptides alleviate menopause symptoms by:

  • Improving collagen production to enhance skin health and reduce vaginal dryness
  • Increasing lean muscle mass and promoting fat burning for weight loss
  • Reducing hot flashes, mood swings, and other hormone-related symptoms
  • Enhancing sexual function and sexual health
  • Boosting energy levels and cognitive functions

Peptide Therapy for Menopausal Women

Some of the most commonly prescribed peptides in the treatment of menopause symptoms are:

  1. Ipamorelin: A peptide that stimulates the pituitary gland to release human growth hormone. It improves muscle mass and regeneration, increases bone density, improves sleep quality and cognitive function and strengthens the immune system.
  2. Sermorelin: Similar to Ipamorelin, Sermorelin stimulates the pituitary gland to produce and release growth hormone. It improves energy levels, cognitive function, and sleep quality, increases skin elasticity and bone density and improves cardiovascular health.
  3. PT-141:  A peptide that improves sexual function and libido in women experiencing decreased sexual desire due to menopause. PT-141 directly increases sexual health via the nervous system.

Safety, Administration, and Cost of Peptide Therapy

Peptide therapy is generally safe and well-tolerated by patients. We will perform a thorough medical evaluation at your initial consult to determine if this therapy is right for you.

Administration methods may vary depending on the peptide, including subcutaneous injection, transdermal cream, nasal spray, or lozenges. We will guide you through the process and provide detailed instructions for safe and effective use.

The cost of peptide therapy may vary depending on the specific treatment plan. We will discuss all of the associated costs before beginning treatment.

Peptide Therapy in Tempe, AZ

At Pure Body Health, we offer peptide therapy as part of our integrative approach to healthcare. We specialize in addressing hormonal imbalances and provide personalized treatment plans for each patient.

If you are experiencing menopause symptoms, schedule an appointment with Dr. Scott Maymon ND, NPH, or Dr. Sarah Stone ND, to learn more about how peptide therapy can benefit you. Don’t let menopause symptoms disrupt your quality of life any longer.

If you are searching for ‘peptide therapy near me’, call (480) 427-0442  to book an appointment with Dr. Scott Maymon, ND, MPH, or Dr. Sarah Stone, ND.  

Take control of your health and experience the benefits of peptide therapy for yourself. Contact us today to learn more!

FAQs About Peptide Therapy for Menopause

Is peptide therapy safe for women going through menopause?

Yes, peptide therapy is generally safe and well-tolerated by women experiencing menopause symptoms. However, it is essential to consult with a medical professional before starting any new treatment.

Can peptides help balance hormones?

Peptides can support hormone balance by promoting the health of hormone-producing organs such as the pituitary gland, thyroid, and adrenal glands.

Is peptide therapy safe for women?

Yes, peptide therapy is safe for women, and it can be especially beneficial for those going through menopause. Peptides are naturally occurring in the body and play a crucial role in various functions, making them a safe treatment option for both men and women.