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Hormone Replacement Therapy (Creekside Clinic)

Our Creekside Clinic currently offers hormone replacement therapy services in a state-of-the-art facility. Our friendly and knowledgeable providers are ready to help you design a program that matches your health needs and goals.

Our Mission

At UCMC Creekside, our mission is to create an  individualized program that will help you to increase your energy and vitality thus restoring natural hormones to an optimal state.  Both men and women can benefit from this type of supplementation to balance mood, boost focus concentration, and increase libido.  We will customize a bioidentical hormone dosage that is both safe and effective.

 

How Many of These Can You Relate To?

 

Fatigue – Limited Energy

Weight Gain

Belly Fat and Loss of Muscle Mass

Hair Loss

Low Libido – Decreased Sex Drive

Mood Swings

Anxiety, Irritability, and Depression

Memory Loss

Poor Concentration

Digestive Problems

Sweating – Hot Flashes

Cravings

 

Let UCMC customize a plan that is specific to your needs. Achieve a healthier you, at a price you can afford. Our professional staff will check your:

Estrogen
Estrogen is the major female sex hormone (though men have it, too). When a woman doesn’t have enough of it, it impacts her libido, immune system, mental health and heart health. During menopause, estrogen production naturally falls off. This leads to symptoms such as hot flashes, forgetfulness, mood swings, vaginal dryness and depression. Estrogen replacement can also normalize the ups and downs of menopause and help women regain a sense of wellbeing.

Progesterone
Progesterone can support GABA, the brain’s relaxation neurotransmitter.  Many think of progesterone as the “feel-good hormone.” When progesterone is low, women can experience anxiety and depression, sleep difficulty and bone loss. Progesterone replacement can be incredibly helpful for women who have problems that get worse with their menstrual cycle.

Testosterone
Testosterone in men is responsible for sex drive, muscle mass, bone density and an overall sense of contentment. Andropause, similar to menopause, is the gradual decrease of testosterone production as men get older. In addition, diminished testosterone has been connected to chronic pain secondary to
its anti-inflammatory properties. In women, testosterone helps protect the nervous system, increases libido, and diminishes depression.

Thyroid
The thyroid gland drives the production of many neurotransmitters that run the brain. If your thyroid is low, you feel sluggish, mentally foggy and depressed; if it’s high, you feel anxious, jittery and irritable. Experts conservatively estimate that one-third of all depressions are directly related to thyroid imbalance. Low thyroid function remains one of the most under-diagnosed medical conditions in the country and proper evaluation and treatment of this condition is vital to both mental and physical health.

DHEA
Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) is a precursor hormone to the sex hormones, meaning testosterone, estrogen and progesterone are all converted from DHEA. Stress can take a toll on DHEA levels, which when low have been linked to weight gain, depression and chronic pain. Conversely, studies show that higher levels of DHEA as you age are associated with longevity.

 

 

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