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Come for a Free Educational Session On Hormone Replacement Therapy, Thursday, March 15 from 7-8 pm at the Firehouse.

Join Joe and our two fourth year pharmacy students, Gifty Kusi and Ayman Saleh, on Thursday, March 15 for a free educational talk on hormone replacement therapy. The session will take place at the Pleasant Valley Fire Department (650 West Main Street) from 7-8 pm.

The talk is being given to help patients learn about the symptoms of depleted hormones and how we can help with those problems through our compounding abilities with Midwestern Compounding Pharmacy (located in Suite 200 at Plain City Druggist).

Patients will learn the part unbalanced hormones play in hot flashes, night sweats, stress, moodiness, weight gain, sleep disturbances, decreased libido, fatigue, bone problems, and PMS. They will also discover the difference between bio-identical and synthetic hormones, as well as the risk and benefits of hormone replacement therapy.

This talk is being given to kick off a new program that Midwestern Compounding Pharmacy is offering.  To determine if a patient has decreased hormone levels, one-on-one consultations with a pharmacist will be scheduled to review medical history, symptoms, and then, if needed, collaborate with your doctor to begin using hormone replacement therapy. Sessions last forty minutes and fifteen minute follow-up sessions can also be scheduled. Hormone level testing will be done during the session to determine if there is a hormonal imbalance. The testing requires no blood samples and is completely private.

Forty minute sessions will cost $80, while follow-up, fifteen minute sessions will be $30.

Please attend this free talk and find out if you could benefit from hormone replacement therapy.

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