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Frequently Asked Questions

Before you schedule an appointment, we highly recommend that you read our answers to the questions we usually receive from our patients. If you have any concerns that weren’t covered, please contact us at Sunrise Women's Health and Wellness in Mapleton, Utah.

Do you take insurance?

At this time, we do not take insurance. However, many of our services are comparable to (or even better priced than) copays and deductibles. You can still use insurance for medications we prescribe, except for compound medication that is not commonly covered by insurance.


How do I know if I should test my hormone levels?

If you are experiencing fatigue, sleep disturbances, lightheadedness, sensitivity to cold or heat, weight gain, hair loss or thinning, frustration with sex life, depression, or impaired memory, you may have a hormone deficiency that is worth getting checked.


My doctor checked my hormone levels and said everything is normal. However, I still don’t feel like myself. What are my options?

Primary care providers are trained to check the basics, but it takes specialized training and experience to provide more in-depth testing and treatment for hormone imbalances. Sometimes there is also the expectation that it is normal for older women to have lower hormone levels, so nothing is done for the imbalance.


We can schedule a free consultation and can go over your previous lab results to see what options are available.


Should I get a B12 injection?

B12 is an essential vitamin that is necessary for the production of red blood cells and DNA. It is most commonly found in animal products. Those who are most at risk of a B12 deficiency are the elderly, those who are on a vegan/vegetarian diet, those who underwent weight-loss surgery, and anyone with a disease that affects the gut.


A healthy diet or supplement can provide the necessary B12 vitamins, but some people still have issues with nutrient absorption. In this case, a B12 injection would be the best way to correct the deficiency.

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