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Stefanie A. Schultis, M.D.

Covington, LA

Most people are aware of the hormone imbalances that women may experience but, men suffer from low hormone levels too! Dropping levels of male hormones causes more than sexual problems. It can also affect your mood and concentration. I am pleased to offer men all natural bio-identical hormone pellet replacement therapy.

Men may lose 1 to 3% of their testosterone by the age of 30. Decreased levels of hormones in men can be detrimental contributing to more serious long-term health conditions such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer's disease and dementia. Many men do not realize that low testosterone levels may be part of the reason for the changes that they feel.

Signs and symptoms of low T (testosterone)  maybe loss of mean bone and muscle mass, weight gain with increased fat mass, loss of hair, changes in their skin, mental and/or physical fatigue, mood disorders, signs of depression, memory loss, insomnia and sexual dysfunction with loss of sexual desire and erectile dysfunct...

If your hormones are out of balance, you are more than likely experiencing fatigue, emotional distress, sleepless nights. I probably don't need to go on with this list.  Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is transforming many of my patients to a happier and healthy life.  Take a few moments to watch this video.

Then, call us to see if pellet therapy can help you, too.

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Dr. Stefanie A. Schultis

Advanced Gynecology

Hormone Pellet, Laser and PRP Therapy

Regenerative Medicine Men and Women

985-898-1940

Appointments Online

 

110 Lakeview Drive  Ste 100

Covington, LA  70433

Off Judge Tanner Blvd 

Across from Lakeview Regional Medical Center

30 Years OBGYN Covington LA

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