FUSION offers bio-identical hormone replacement with Estrogen, Progesterone, and/or Testosterone in pills, creams, patches, injections, rings, or dissolvable tablets.
We DO NOT offer pellets as they cause supratherapeutic doses and are unhealthy. Typical issues with high doses of hormones, specifically Testosterone include acne, increased hair growth on the face, back, and chin, deepening / hoarse voice, clitoromegaly, heart problems, weight gain, breast enlargement, wider face, cheekbones, and chin, aggression, mood swings, & blood pressure changes, erectile dysfunction.
Normal lab values:
Men 270-1,000 ng/dL
Women 15-70 ng/dL
Women peri-menopause: 30-400 pg/mL
Women menopause: 0-30 pg/mL
Women peri-menopause/Menopause: less than 40 pg/dL
Women are considered to be in Menopause when their Follicle-Stimulating Hormone (FSH) level is consistently elevated to 30 mIU/ml or higher, AND she has NOT had a menstrual period for a year. At this time it is generally accepted that she has reached menopause.
We offer bio-identical hormone replacement for both women & and men starting in the mid-30s and up.
$175 Total. This includes a visit with our provider, hormone labs, and medication prescriptions.
Rest assured, we will find the right hormone replacement for you in the privacy and comfort of our healthcare clinic. All hormone treatments are curated and customized to your specific needs, symptoms, and lab values.
We require a clinic visit and recent or new lab work before starting your hormone journey. We also follow your hormones closely with labs shortly after initiation and every 3 - 6 months, depending on signs and symptoms.
If you have insurance, we can submit that to LabCorp for you if you need a blood draw.
Otherwise, a hormone lab panel is included in the visit.
We are a lab draw site for Labcorp.
Typical Bio-identical or conventional medication prescription medications every 3-4 months.
Pellets: $325-750 (We DO NOT offer or inject pellets)
We do not take insurance for our services. You may request a receipt to bill your own insurance or use your FSA or HSA account.