Women undergo several major hormonal changes during their lives. Issues such as PMS, infertility, menopause and basic hormonal imbalances can wreak havoc on a woman’s life. Dana Reed-Kane is there to support women as they move through these stages.
Upon referral, Dana Reed-Kane, Pharm.D. can facilitate a one-on-one consultation with you to assess your medical, fertility or women’s health issues.
During a one-on-one consultation, Dana Reed-Kane or Courtney Miros can provide a thorough assessment based on your medical history and symptoms. Working with you and your doctor, they can provide innovative solutions using compounded medications and treatments.
Upon referral from your health care provider for a consultation, our pharmacists will:
- Review your medical history & current medications.
- Review your labs (if available).
- Discuss your medical symptoms.
- Educate you about your options for treatment.
After the consultation, the pharmacist will make a specific recommendation based on your needs and consult with your doctor / provider to obtain an appropriate prescription.
(Consultation fees vary depending on consultation duration. Prices will be discussed before scheduling your consultation.)
Female Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)
Reed’s Compounding Pharmacy works together in triad with your medical provider and specializes in customizing hormone replacement therapy regimens, tailoring the doses and dosage forms for an individual’s specific needs.
During various stages of a woman’s life, she may need hormone supplements to assist in a particular transition from one stage of life into another.
CREIGHTON MODEL FertilityCare™ System
The CREIGHTON MODEL FertilityCare™ System featuring NaPro Technology teaches women to track naturally occurring phases of fertility and infertility. Interpretation and evaluation of a woman’s biological markers can provide considerable insight into gynecological and reproductive health conditions.
This is a natural procreative educational system that can be used to either achieve or avoid pregnancy. In June, 1998 The Journal of Reproductive Medicine reported that this method is 99.5% effective in avoiding pregnancy.
With this technology, for the first time, women are given the opportunity to be actively involved in their own health care.
The CREIGHTON MODEL FertilityCare™ System is a natural method of advanced procreative education. It is highly effective in identifying various gynecological conditions and in achieving and avoiding pregnancy.
This new, unique system is an excellent method of monitoring gynecologic and reproductive health. It is a morally and professionally acceptable means of naturally regulating fertility.
This system relies on the observation of natural “biomarkers”—menstrual flow characteristics, cervical fluid, and dry days— which are all essential to a woman’s health and fertility. Through these observations, a woman is able to identify gynecological changes and assess when she is fertile and infertile.
While the CREIGHTON METHOD FertilityCare™ System teaches a woman what to look for, NaPro Technology is the means for interpreting the findings and tracking the results. With this system, women can be actively involved in predicting their natural phases of fertility and infertility while monitoring their gynecological health.
Osteoporosis & Screening
Osteoporosis is a condition characterized by low bone density, which simply means that there is less bone compared to when you were young and your bones were at their peak, healthy stage. Because there is less bone density, the bone becomes brittle, weak and more likely to fracture Osteoporosis occurs when not enough new bone is formed or too much bone is removed, or both. Osteoporosis is often called “the silent condition” because many times you don’t know you have the condition until the first fracture occurs. Osteoporosis is a painful, crippling disease that is both preventable and treatable. top
- Pain: In back, ribs and abdomen. The abdomen may also swell.
- Shrinking: Although some height loss is expected as people age, osteoporosis causes greater bone shrinkage than normal.
- Fractures: In hip, spine and wrists.
- Humped Back: Also known as the “Dowager’s Hump.”
If left unprevented or untreated, osteoporosis can continue progressively until a bone breaks.
Osteoporosis affects approximately 25 million Americans, predominately women (250 million worldwide)
For more information about Womens’ Health, Email Dana Reed-Kane for a consultation.