TESTOSTERONE THERAPY

Testosterone is used to increase and optimize hormone levels. The dosage varies and is determined by the prescribing physician. A patient’s medical history, lab results and physical are all factored in during diagnosis.

An estrogen blocker is used to control the levels of estrogen in men’s bodies

90 days after beginning the powerful hormone replacement therapy program, the patient will be required to follow up with additional labs. This will determine that the diagnosis and dosages are where they need to be. If we are not satisfied with your levels, the regimen will be modified, in order to adhere to the needs of the patient.

Physicals will be conducted if needed at least once a year or as requested by the ordering physician.

Contact us today for your Free Consultation to see if Testosterone Therapy is right for you!

Our doctors have designed a safe and proven program for our patients to maximize life-changing benefits, including:

  • Increased muscle mass
  • Increased libido
  • Reduced fat
  • Improved sexual performance
  • Helps with cholesterol
  • Strengthens bones
  • Helps with diabetes
  • Sharpens mind
  • Improves mood
  • Improves skin tone and elasticity
  • Increases energy and stamina
 

$195 PER MONTH. NO HIDDEN FEES. INCLUDES LABS, MEDS, AND DOCTOR  VISIT!

FAQS

Our program provides hormone therapy that is designed to address specific issues personalized treatment protocols. Our program is all-inclusive and includes:

  • All lab testing
  • All follow-up exams
  • All patient consultations
  • All  doctor visits
  • A complete and personalized therapeutic program including all necessary drugs to maintain optimum hormone levels while on therapy

Many people wait until they begin to feel the symptoms of aging and decreased hormone levels before starting the program. As with most hormone supplements, being proactive and starting your treatment early can assure you keep the ideal levels of hormones in your body. Doing so avoids many disagreeable conditions associated with decreased levels.

Yes, many studies have shown that hormone therapy is safe when administered in the correct dosage and monitored by a qualified physician.

Some patients begin to feel the effects immediately. In general, we ask that you give the plan between 4-6 weeks for best results.

Testosterone Hormone replacement therapy will provide the following benefits:

  • Increased muscle mass
  • Increased libido
  • Reduced fat
  • Improved sexual performance
  • Has been shown to lower cholesterol levels
  • Strengthened bones
  • Minimized symptoms associated with diabetes
  • Sharpened mind
  • Improved mood
  • Improved skin tone and elasticity
  • Increased energy and stamina
Research found no relationship between a man’s testosterone level and his risk of developing prostate cancer. Another review of studies showed that testosterone therapy doesn’t increase the risk of prostate cancer or make it more severe in men who have already been diagnosed. What about after definitive treatment of localized prostate cancer? The article below shows and explains that Testosterone Therapy TRT is safe to use after the treatment of prostate cancer.

The most common side effect with TRT is polycythemia which is elevated red blood cells. 

It’s impossible to predict exactly who will be prone to developing polycythemia. However, these factors may play a role:

  • Higher Testosterone doses in your TRT protocol
  • An elevated body fat percentage
  • Advanced age
  • Behavioral factors like smoking

People with elevated red blood cell production may have symptoms including:

  • High blood pressure and an increase in headaches
  • Becoming red-faced and flushed during exercise or exertion
  • Fatigue, lack of energy, and dizziness
  • Shortness of breath when lying down

Just as often, patients with polycythemia show NO symptoms. That’s why careful testing over time is the best way to diagnose and treat this condition.

In general, a blood draw every two to three months is typically recommended for TRT patients experiencing polycythemia. It’s important not to overdraw blood, because doing so can lead to anemia, iron deficiency, and other conditions.

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