Hormone replacement therapy has been shown time and again to improve quality of life, reverse the symptoms of aging, prevent bone loss and so much more. If you’re experiencing a diminished enjoyment of life due to aging, then it’s possible hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is right for you. It’s important to pay attention to your health so you can identify when your body is not performing at its best.
A common concern among individuals who seek hormone replacement therapy is how they’re going to pay for it. This often raises the question of whether hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is covered by insurance. In short, the answer is, “it depends.” Factors such as the type of therapy and the type of insurance plan can affect whether the treatment you seek is covered.
Hormone replacement therapy requires special training, resources and time. Your primary care physician will not be able to provide the care you require for true hormone replacement therapy. For the best results, you should visit an MD, nurse practitioner or physician’s assistant that specializes in preventative care and age management while offering various treatment plans for your symptoms.