Hormone Replacement Therapy
It was once believed that women nearing menopausal age should learn to live with lower than normal levels of hormones. That’s crazy! No one should have to live a substandard life. Doctors routinely use hormone replacement therapy to treat patients with low thyroid or low vitamin levels. Taylor’s Pharmacy uses the same technology to create personalized hormone replacement treatments for patients.
We don’t leave the men out. Levels of testosterone and other hormones can drop as we age. These can lead to fatigue, depression, erectile dysfunction and other problems. We wish it was as easy to treat as the “Low-T” billboard suggest but it isn’t. The best results come from talking with each patient individually and using our experience with treating men’s issues to come up with a plan that works every time.
For over thirty years, Taylors’ pharmacists have been consulting with patients on hormone replacement after being referred from their gynecologist or urologist. We know a thing or two about balancing hormones. Over the year, thousand of women and men have had initial and follow up consults with our trained experts. Your doctor love working with us and you will too.
To request a consult, please download the PDF below that applies to you (chose either “mens” or “womens”). After completing the form, email the form to email@example.com by taking a photo with your mobile device or scanning it. You may also fax to 407-539-2143. Please note that all consults are done by phone. You will be contacted by a representative of Taylors shortly.
Please have these forms back to us twenty-four hours before your consult so we have time to review them. Please feel free to upload any lab results or other pertinent information.
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