HORMONE THERAPY

Premium Hormone Treatments

Making You Feel Younger, Longer

Revives energy, focus, and strength

Treasure Coast Primary Care offers a full spectrum of hormone replacement therapy programs for both women and men that will counteract declining hormone levels to make you feel brand new again. Each hormone replacement plan is meticulously designed around your current medical history and lifestyle to provide the best possible results. Thanks to this personalized approach patients receive the benefits needed to revive energy, focus, and strength so you can continue feeling younger, longer.

A Full Line Of HRT Treatments

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Hormone Specialist

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Hormone Specialist

ARNP, FNP-C

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Female Menopause And Peri-Menopause

Help with the changing estrogen in your body

As women age, sex hormones such as estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone begin to gradually decline. The first phase is called Peri-menopause. This phase is traditionally defined as the few years before menopause, when the menstrual cycle starts to change. However, Peri-menopause is better defined by the first signs of gradual hormone decline and this technically starts when a women is in her early 20s. By 30, overall sex hormone decline is beginning to pick up speed. By 40, even more hormone changes, and this is often the final stages of Peri-menopause, as the symptoms amplify and the menstrual cycle begins to change in character.

Male Low Testosterone (Andropause)

Boost your vitality as you get older

As men get older, testosterone levels in the body gradually become lower than in the days of your youth, when you probably felt like you had the drive and energy to tackle just about anything that came your way.  A shortage can spell tiredness, low sex drive, loss of strength, increased body fat, and a slew of other effects that may make you feel old beyond your years. Because these symptoms appear slowly and are somewhat vague, a diagnosis of andropause can be easily missed.

An estimated 4 to 5 million men in the US and 400,000 to 500,000 in Canada suffer from symptoms related to testosterone deficiency, but only about 5% are treated. Aside from the fact that that leaves a lot of men who simply aren’t feeling as good as they should, it also puts a high number at risk for osteoporosis, or a weakening of the bones, and cardiovascular problems such as atherosclerosis and hardening of the arteries – both of which are conditions associated with low testosterone. Additional long-term effects of andropause include obesity, muscle loss, and erectile dysfunction.

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