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Anti-Aging Medical Group

At Anti-Aging Medical Group, we specialize in restoring hormone balance that is lost at menopause, perimenopause and andropause. Modern medicine extended the average lifespan from about 48 in 1900 to about 81 in 2000. Modern lifestyle expectations have also dramatically changed. Restoring correct levels of hormones is the key step in remaining healthy and functional throughout our lives.

At Anti-Aging Medical Group, our experience, and expertise have allowed us to help patients achieve their hormone balance in the most affordable and practical way. Our success is based on understanding the key similarities, as well as important individual differences, in helping our patients reach their balance.

Correct hormone replacement is a relatively new concept. For many decades, hormone replacement was carried out using synthetic hormones, given by mouth. In 2002, hormone replacement became controversial due to the WHI study. The study had many flaws, the actual findings were never clarified, and misinformation has continued.

Hormone replacement is still not part of mainstream medicine. There are abundant science and data supporting the benefits of hormone replacement, but most doctors are still more comfortable treating symptoms of hormone decline with unnatural treatments with harmful side effects. Dr. Selma understands the medical landscape and the challenges patients face when pursuing the truth. Her main objective is to enable patients to make well informed, educated decisions.

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Both PMS (premenstrual syndrome) and PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder) are spectrums of the same disorder. Mood symptoms in PMDD can be particularly severe and debilitating. The first step is making sure that the symptoms are indeed due to low progesterone. Your doctor can easily test this with a blood test on specific days of the menstrual cycle.


As you get older, and especially when you approach menopause or even perimenopause, symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats become more common. You may also find you have trouble getting a good night’s sleep, and become prone to putting on weight. This is because with menopause and perimenopause, you start making less estrogen, and even less progesterone. Your adrenal glands then try to compensate.


Aging brings both welcome and unwelcome changes to the body. The art and science of medicine is to live life, retaining the positive aspects of health, and overcoming the negatives. We believe it is a gift to age maintaining a strong vibrant mind and body. Testosterone is necessary for healthy aging in men. It interacts with many other hormones and converts to other important steroid hormones. A loss of this important male hormone can manifest as loss of wellbeing in many areas of daily life.