MALE & FEMALE
HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY
Don't let hormonal imbalances slow you down. By increasing and maintaining sex hormones at more youthful levels, both men and women often report a higher quality of life, including more energy, improved strength and endurance, happier moods and more vibrant sex lives.
Available to all Ohio residents, provided you can make it to our office in person once per year for a face-to-face visit.
How Do I Receive Hormone Replacement Therapy?
Step 1: See if you are a good candidate for HRT by completing the appropriate HRT evaluation form. You may also schedule an appointment for a face-to-face evaluation.
Step 2: Complete a basic blood work evaluation to make sure that HRT is safe for you. We can email a lab request form which you can take to a local laboratory OR you can stop by our office to have blood drawn.
Step 3: You will be scheduled for an in-office evaluation with a healthcare provider. In this appointment we will discuss the risks/benefits of HRT and answer any questions you may have. Required preventative health screenings prior to starting HRT will also be discussed.
Step 4: If you qualify for HRT, we will need to repeat blood work after 1 month of treatment to check your hormone levels, make sure there are no adverse affects, and evaluate for improvement of symptoms.
Step 5: Refills of HRT can be mailed to your home or picked up. We will need to run blood tests to assess hormone levels 3-4 times per year. This allows us to safely administer hormone therapy and adjust dosing as necessary. We require an in-person visit at our office once per year.
For any questions you may have about our HRT program, please contact our office at email@example.com or (614) 437-9002.
Available Hormone Replacement Medications
Testosterone Cypionate 200 mg/ml
Finasteride 5 mg
Sildenafil (Viagra) 100mg
**BHRT and Testosterone Cypionate must be picked up at Tremont Pharmacy or mailed to your home from Tremont Pharmacy in order to be in compliance with The State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy rules regarding distribution of DEA schedule III controlled substances.
Determined by your insurance company and which lab used.