How to Buy Bioidentical Hormones Online

Bioidentical Hormones are available in many forms
Bioidentical Hormones are available in many forms (Image: Photo courtesy of bruin)

Bioidentical hormones are different from traditional synthetic hormones in that bioidentical hormones look and act on a molecular level like the ones our bodies make. Bioidentical hormones are made from plants and sometimes animals, and are changed in a lab so that the molecules are similar to human hormones. To buy bioidentical hormones online, you have to know which ones you need and what kind of delivery system you want to use.

Learn all you can about bioidentical hormones and how they pertain to your individual needs. Visit informative websites like, designed by the late Dr. John Lee, international authority on hormones and author of the book "What Your Doctor May Not Tell You about Menopause."

Test yourself. Many sites like offer home kits that help you to determine your specific hormone replacement needs. Sites that sell test kits usually offer or link to ways to purchase bioidentical hormones online.

Decide which type of bioidentical hormone you want to try. Natural and bioidentical hormones are available as supplements, creams, gels, lozenges and suppositories. Lotions and gels are the preferred delivery system for many people because the transdermal method allows hormones to be readily absorbed.

Check out online compounding pharmacies like These sites are excellent resources for consultations on hormone replacement as well as a place to buy bioidentical hormones online.

Explore local options to find online resources. Locate a health care practitioner who prescribes bioidentical hormones. Physicians who use bioidentical often work with online compounding pharmacies that will fill your prescription. Online pharmacies can also sell you bioidentical hormones without a prescription.

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