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3122 Blackiston Mill Road., Suite B

New Albany, IN 47150

Phone: 812-725-1825

FAX: 812-944-1068

Carla Copas, CNM, APRN is an experienced Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy practitioner. At the Finding Her Health clinic, she also offers gynecology, and comprehensive healthcare for women in Southern Indiana, including the communities of Floyd County, Harrison County, Crawford County, Washington County, Clark County, Jefferson County, Orange County and the cities of Georgetown, New Albany, Jeffersonville, Clarksville, Palmyra, Corydon, Lanesville, Salem, Floyds Knobs, Marengo, and Elizabeth. Carla Layne, Bio-identical hormones

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Menopause and Beyond

Women don't realize there are other options - not everyone needs a birth control pill, an antidepressant or traditional hormone therapy. Since practicing in Indiana for 3 1/2 years, I find that the majority of my patients are deficient in Pregnenolone, iodine and D3. 

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy is a well-evidenced method of therapy that allows women to take back their lives and regain that same vibrancy and passion for life that they once enjoyed in their youth. A vibrancy that many have begun to fear had been lost forever due to the significant changes that come along with the natural aging process of peri-menopause, menopause and hormone imbalance. 

How is Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement different from Traditional Hormone Replacement?

Think of a round peg fitting into a square puzzle - it might fit but it is not the right fit and it is not optimal that is traditional hormone replacement.  When you have the perfect fit - a round peg fitting in a round puzzle everything works together in a more efficient and natural way.  Bio-identical hormones are compounded in a pharmacy, and each prescription is compounded to meet a patient's individual needs and address their specific concerns.

How do you determine what the Bio-Identical Hormone formula should be?

I use symptoms, height and weight, lifestyle, physical and mental health and blood work.  While some providers use saliva, I was trained to manage hormones through blood work, and have been very successful with my patients. Most insurance companies will cover blood work and not saliva testing.

For a more in-depth discussion of hormone therapy, please visit the FAQ page.