Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) is the natural replacement of human hormones, exactly replicating the original hormones which are accepted by the body and absorbed as its own.
Hormones are messengers that communicate with cells of the body, essential for the process of living. Our hormone supply declines as we age, which is one of the major reasons for our deteration and poor health as we get older.
The use of Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy is also used to successfully treat reproductive disorders.
After a holistic examination and analysis of blood chemistry,a perscription is compounded in a specialized pharmacy. Each patient receives a customized formula.
Dr. Satty Gilll Keswani is the founder and Director of Livingston Fertility with over 35 years of expertise in reproductive endocrinology and supporting women with fertility issues internationally. Her extensive experience in medicine has given her the expertise and distinct ability to treat
with Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy.
Dr. Keswani understanding of ancient and western medicine allows her to treat holistically.
Dr. Keswani has pioneered fertility techniques in artificial insemination and research in this field. She has delivered over 1,000 babies while serving as director of Livingston Fertility. She serves as a member of numerous institutions and organizations and continues to act as an American Medical Women's Association and American Medical Women's Association International delegate to the United Nations.
Livingston Fertility, West Mount Pleasant Ave, Livingston NJ 07932
Aurveda is the oldest medical system in the world, originating in India, 5,000 years ago. It comes from the Sanskrit words - 'Ayus' meaning life and 'Veda' meaning knowledge.
Eastern Medicine using botanicals have no side effects compared to Western Medicine of drug therapy. Thus the Ayurvedic treatments are mostly plant based.
The aim is to treat infertility through overall health of the patient for an outcome of a healthy mother and child.
On top of this through a holistic approach, Ayurveda can also assist in the aging process.
At the end of the reproductive cycle (between ages 50-55) the ovaries are depleted of eggs limiting hormone production. However, the average lifespan is closer to 100 years. Thus, in order to live fully for the second half of life, the declining hormones must be replaced.
There is often a stigma cast upon the "menopause" stage. However, this is just another stage in the life of a woman. After around 50, a new way to age is to replenish the hormones.