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Hormone Replacement Therapy

Balanced hormones, for a balanced you

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) is a medical treatment that involves using bio-identical or synthetic hormones to address hormonal imbalances in the body. These imbalances can occur naturally due to age-related decline (like menopause) or certain medical conditions. HRT aims to restore hormonal balance and alleviate symptoms associated with deficiencies.

While HRT generally focuses on estrogen and testosterone, other considerations like progesterone and thyroid health are often included. Estrogen therapy is commonly used to manage symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes, vaginal dryness, and mood swings. On the other hand, testosterone therapy, is often prescribed to address symptoms of male hypogonadism, which can include low libido, fatigue, and erectile dysfunction.​

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Download the PCCA HT Brochure for additional information:

Bio-identical hormones are chemically identical to those the human body produces. Once hormone levels are assessed (typically through blood or saliva tests), we can custom tailor compounded bio-identical hormones to match individual needs. Furthermore, treatment can be administered via pills, patches, creams, gels, or injections.


The decision to undergo hormone therapy is a personal one, made in consultation with a healthcare professional. It's important to understand the potential benefits and risks of HRT. Benefits may include improved quality of life, reduced symptoms, and improved bone health (in some cases). Risks can include increased chance for blood clots or certain cancers (depending on the type of hormone and individual factors).


​If you're experiencing symptoms that might indicate a hormonal imbalance, it's crucial to consult a doctor to discuss your options. They can assess your needs, perform necessary tests, and determine if HRT is the right course of treatment for you.

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