It is different in some parts of the country to find a doctor who can prescribe bioidentical hormones and then monitor your hormone levels after your initial prescription. Many women who visit this site are able to find a doctor here. We do research to find these doctors, some doctors email us to let us know and some readers will let us know and we can share this information with you.
If you are really having a hard time finding some doctors who will prescribe you bioidentical hormone therapy, we have mentioned that you can go to a compounding pharmacy and have a consultation with the compounding pharmacist and discuss all your symptoms. These compounding pharmacists know enough about bioidentical hormones that they will write you a prescription and you can take it to your own doctor and the doctor will sign your prescription.
One of our readers in Regina, Saskatchewan did just that and has provided us with his name. Her compounding pharmacist charged her a fee for this service. The doctor is Dr.Paul at the Broad Street Medical Clinic in Regina, Saskatchewan. She originally consulted with Roses at the Victoria Compounding Pharmacy first and she suggested to my physician what dosages should be used.
This is great news and sometimes one has to be a little resourceful to get what you want. Also, more and more doctors are becoming knowledgeable about bioidentical hormones and this helps women alot with their menopause symptoms.
I will add his name and address to the Canadian bioidentical doctor’s page. So far, I don’t have a telephone number. I will add it when I have obtained it.