Why Go Private with Your HRT

Did you know that 48% of menopausal women in the UK are seeking treatment privately?

More and more people in the UK are opting to fund their own healthcare, seeking private healthcare treatments for all types of reasons. More recently, both men and women are choosing to optimise hormone treatments.

While we are incredibly fortunate to have NHS providing the nation with free medical care for generations in the UK, many people have been pursuing self-paid medical treatments and supplementing their NHS care with private options.


And since the recent HRT shortage, and ever increasing patient wait times, it’s understandable that people are reducing pressure on the NHS and instead moving to private medical wellness.

Here at Bodyline, we thought we would offer 10 reasons why you should go private and choose our new bioidentical hormone replacement treatments, guaranteed to offer relief from symptoms of menopause.

Get in touch today to enquire about our tailor-made prescriptions for bioidentical hormones by calling 0800 995 6036 or filling in an online contact form.

  1. We respect your personal choice
    GPs are constrained to simple, standardised responses to symptoms of menopause, and sometimes it can feel like we are jumping through hoops just to get a prescription. With Bodyline, we help women start BHRT as soon as they want it. One study saw 60% of women visit their GP more than two times before being given sufficient support for their menopause symptoms.
  1. Each treatment is personalised
    We don’t use a standardised approach, our BHRT is tailor made for each individual client. Our choice of bespoke HRT treatments include Oestrogen, Progesterone, Testosterone, and DHEA, some of which are not available on the NHS.
  1. Our BHRT private treatments are prescribed against blood profiling and personal symptoms
    After an initial blood screening and profiling, Bodyline clinic will ensure your bioidentical hormones are finetuned to target the symptoms of menopause that affect you most.
  1. We include perimenopause and post-menopause
    No need to wait any longer, you can get in touch with Bodyline at any stage of the change, this is not usually provided on NHS.
  1. Bioidentical hormones are better tolerated than synthetic hormones
    Created based on the symptoms you experience and what the blood screening suggests, BHRT is tailored to individuals while synthetic HRT is not.
  1. We provide supported treatments
    Our clinical menopause experts offer continued support and lifestyle advice alongside treatments.
  1. Medications from UK accredited laboratories
    We ensure safety by sourcing our BHRT from UK labs with accredited manufacturing practices!
  1. 15 years of experience
    We have provided over 40,000 patients with private medical wellness treatments, conducting 500+ consultations every week. Available in person across 9 clinic locations in the North West, or in remote online consultations.
  1. We are CQC licensed
    Bodyline is a leading, clinically led UK wellness group, with a professional prescribing clinical team. You can be sure of our quality and safeguarding.
  1. Safe, tailored and cost effective
    We ensure our services are worth going private for.

If you want a high level of personal care, with treatments not available to you on the NHS, get in touch today.

Call us on 0800 995 6036 or fill out an online contact form for a call back.

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