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Optimize Your Health with Hormone Therapy for Men

At our clinic, we don't just specialize Hormone Therapy, we specialize in YOU.

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Are you experiencing:

  • Fatigue and low energy levels?

  • Decreased muscle mass and strength?

  • Weight gain, especially around the abdomen?

  • Low libido and sexual dysfunction?

  • Mood swings, irritability, or depression?

  • Poor concentration and memory loss?

If these symptoms sound familiar, you might be experiencing low testosterone levels. Our hormone therapy program can help you feel more energetic and improve your overall well-being.

Why Hormone Therapy?

Why Hormone Therapy?

Hormone therapy offers numerous benefits:

  • Increased Energy Levels: Feel more awake and vibrant throughout the day.

  • Enhanced Muscle Mass and Strength: Improve your physical performance and body composition.

  • Weight Management: Achieve a healthier body weight and reduce stubborn fat.

  • Improved Libido and Sexual Performance: Enjoy a healthier and more satisfying sex life.

  • Better Mood and Mental Clarity: Experience improved mental health and cognitive function.

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Understanding whether everyday concerns like persistent pains, poor sleep, or hair loss mere coincidences or symptoms of hormonal imbalance can be tough. At Gershon Preventative, we fully grasp this complexity. The challenge is often that these signs, particularly in men, are frequently normalized and thus overlooked. 

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy

Bioidentical Hormones are natural hormones that have an identical chemical and molecular structure to those hormones produced by the human body. For replacement hormones to fully and properly work, their chemical structures must match the original exactly like a key into a lock.
We believe that BHRT is just one aspect of helping you experience your best possible self. That is why we offer a combination of protocols, coupled with proactive health planning services to help each patient achieve the most favorable outcomes possible. 

Our Approach

Personalized Treatment Plans

We understand that each man is unique. Our hormone therapy is tailored to your specific needs, ensuring you receive the most effective and personalized care.

Comprehensive Health Assessment

Our process begins with a thorough health assessment, including blood tests and a detailed medical history review. This helps us identify the root cause of your symptoms and create a customized treatment plan.

Ongoing Support and Monitoring

Your health journey doesn’t end with the initial treatment. We provide continuous support and regular monitoring to adjust your therapy as needed, ensuring optimal results.

Simplify Your Experience

Intake & Onboarding
Complete or Upload Labs
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Clinical Consultation
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  • What is PCOS and how is it diagnosed?
    Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a prevalent hormonal disorder that primarily affects women of reproductive age. It manifests through a combination of symptoms that may vary in severity from person to person. The diagnosis of PCOS typically involves an assessment of clinical symptoms and medical testing. Key Symptoms for Diagnosis: Irregular Menstrual Cycles: Women with PCOS often experience irregularities in their menstrual cycle due to disruptions in ovulation. These irregularities may include prolonged periods, infrequent periods, or complete absence of periods. Excess Androgen Levels: Androgens are often referred to as "male hormones," though they are present in both males and females. Women with PCOS tend to have higher levels of androgens, which can lead to physical signs such as hirsutism (excessive hair growth on the face and body), severe acne, and thinning hair on the scalp. Polycystic Ovaries: An ultrasound may reveal enlarged ovaries containing numerous small cysts along the outer edge of each ovary. It's important to note that not all women with PCOS will have visible cysts, and having cysts alone does not confirm PCOS. Diagnostic Tests: Hormonal Assessments: Blood tests are crucial for measuring androgen levels to confirm their excess, which supports the diagnosis of PCOS. Insulin Levels: Insulin resistance is common in PCOS. Elevated insulin levels can exacerbate the production of androgens, thereby intensifying symptoms. Testing for insulin levels helps in assessing this aspect of PCOS and can guide treatment options focused on improving insulin sensitivity.
  • What are the common symptoms of PCOS?
    Common symptoms include irregular or skipped periods, excessive hair growth on the face and body, acne, scalp hair thinning, and weight gain. Some women also experience difficulty in getting pregnant.
  • How does PCOS affect fertility?
    PCOS can lead to infrequent ovulation or a lack of ovulation altogether, which can impact fertility. However, with the right treatment and lifestyle changes, many women with PCOS can achieve a healthy pregnancy.
  • What lifestyle changes are recommended for managing PCOS?
    Managing weight through a balanced diet and regular physical activity can greatly improve symptoms and overall health. Limiting processed foods and sugars, while incorporating whole grains, lean proteins, and vegetables is beneficial. Regular physical activity also helps regulate insulin levels.
  • Can my PCOS be Cured?
    While there is no cure for PCOS, symptoms can be effectively managed with a combination of medical treatments and lifestyle changes. Many women find significant improvement in their symptoms and overall quality of life with personalized care plans.
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