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Testosterone & HCG Replacement Therapy
TESTOSTERONE & HCG REPLACEMENT THERAPY
TESTOSTERONE & HCG REPLACEMENT THERAPY
TESTOSTERONE & HCG REPLACEMENT THERAPY
TESTOSTERONE & HCG REPLACEMENT THERAPY

Testosterone & HCG Replacement Therapy

 

Don’t treat the symptom,

correct the hormone imbalance

 

Patient Intake Price: $79.95

Monthly Fee: $220.00

 

 

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You pay today: $79.95

 

  • Quest Diagnostics Lab Panel - a $375 Value
  • In-Depth Physician Medical Consultation
  • Customized Portal to track your progress

 

 

Monthly Fee: $220.00

 

  • Concierge Telehealth
  • Genuine Prescription Medication and all RX supplies included
  • Direct desecrate home delivery
  • Semi-annual lab and Dr. lab review - no additional charge

 

 

Don’t like needles?

  • Ask our doctor about our topical treatments for testosterone.

BALANCING TESTOSTERONE CAN HELP:

 

Increase Muscle Mass, Strengthen Erections, Improve Energy, Lower Body Fat, Sharpen Focus, Improve Sleep, Feel Younger.

 

Know the signs of Low T:
Men with low testosterone often report that they simply do not feel right. They may feel run down or tired, and have muscle loss and decreased interest in sex or even inability to perform. Are you 30+ and suffering from one or more of the following? You may have Low Testosterone.

 

Depression, Fatigue, Loss of Concentration or Memory, Muscle Loss, Weight Gain, Hot Flashes, Erectile Dysfunction, Lower Sex Drive, Hair Loss, Urinary Problems, Insomnia, Irritability, Night Sweats, Adrenal Fatigue.

 

Someone with low testosterone may also become more irritable to their family or coworkers, and may have lost some of their mental clarity and interest in work. Additional symptoms can include physical changes like weight gain, breast development, urinary problems, hair loss or hot flashes. Diminished restful sleep cycles can amplify all of these symptoms, contributing to an overall feeling of low energy and lost enthusiasm.

HOW IT WORKS

 

 

Low T is a common problem affecting men as they age. We offer a safe and secure plan of care to solve Low T with meds shipped direct to your door.

Free Online Visit

It takes a few minutes. Simply talk to a board certified Physician, answer a few medical questions and if approved your medication will be shipped to your door.

Free & Discreet Shipping

Your prescription will be dispatched by our pharmacy and your RX will arrive at your door in a few days. Refills arrive automatically.

Flexible Plans

You’re in control. With our monthly plan, you can cancel or pause your plan at any time.

 

 

 

 

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INSTRUCTIONS:

 

 

Each plan is customized to your needs. Detailed instructions of how to administer your testosterone plan of care is explained in detail by our Board Certified Physician and we provide a step-by-step process and other medical guidelines included within your RX package.

 

FAQ:

 

 

Is Hormone Replace Therapy Safe?

 

Yes, under the care of expert physicians who utilized advanced diagnostic testing and the latest medical research, Hormone Therapy is indeed safe. In fact, thousands of clinical studies have been conducted on the safety and efficacy of safe, responsibly administered Hormone Replacement Therapy. All HRT Wellness Physicians are highly trained Medical Doctors, each specializing in the treatment of adults over the age of 30 who are experiencing hormone deficiencies/imbalances.

 


Who should consider Hormone Replacement Therapy?


Those who suffer from a hormone imbalance should seek advice at any time but typically, hormones start to decline in the mid-to-late twenties. By age 35 declines are sufficient that symptoms may be evident. The best time to start replacing hormones is between age 35 and 40. However, it is never too late.


The optimal age for treatment varies for each individual. Some are affected at a younger ages due to adverse health conditions that impact hormone balance. Symptoms of andropause, perimenopause and menopause, which occur around middle-age are usually the reason that individuals seek treatment through hormone balance.


Many find it beneficial to have their hormones tested in their 20s or 30s and establish an optimal baseline of what their normal is. With an established baseline, you can take steps to monitor and maintain balanced hormones. In the event of an imbalance at any point, your physician may refer to your baseline and develop a treatment plant to restore an optimal baseline.

 

 

What is Testosterone in Men?

 

Testosterone is the life source for the male body which is filled with testosterone receptors. If testosterone levels dip, these receptors won’t receive enough testosterone and results in Low Testosterone symptoms. Since many healthcare professionals consider men from age 18-70 to have the same range of what is considered “normal” testosterone, many men begin seeing deficiencies as early as their 30’s but do not have access to therapy through their primary care physician. HRT Wellness doctors don’t think in terms of normal levels—we think in terms of optimal levels. Optimal is where a man feels and functions at his best, without unpleasant symptoms.

 


What is Estrogen in Men?


Small amounts of estrogen improve cardiovascular health, enhance brain function, and prevent osteoporosis. But many men have too much which can result in symptoms like fatigue, low sex drive, and belly fat as well as an increased risk for prostate cancer. Elevated estrogen usually occurs as testosterone declines, because as testosterone declines, most men will accumulate fat–primarily belly fat. Fat contains an enzyme called aromatase, and aromatase converts testosterone to estrogen. In other words, as men age, their bodies often exchange testosterone for estrogen at an increased rate. Estrogen, in turn, causes belly fat. It becomes a vicious circle. This is why raising testosterone levels without controlling estrogen is counterproductive, and why losing weight if your hormones are out of whack will be nearly impossible. Unlike testosterone, we don’t think of estrogen as being a hormone that needs to be replaced. Instead, it needs to be controlled. Estrogen in men should be kept within a tight window. If it’s too high or too low, there can be symptoms. Our doctors control estrogen as part of our treatment programs by placing men on an estrogen blocker as needed. Estrogen blockers effectively suppress estrogen conversion at the same time as were increasing testosterone levels, thereby eliminating existing symptoms, and preventing future ones.

 


What is Low Testosterone?


Testosterone in men decline over time, generally after the age of 30 and the decline becomes more symptomatic in men over the age of 40. With low testosterone men will loose muscle tone, have decreased energy levels and can cause depression. In aging men low testosterone is also the leading cause or sexual dysfunction including low libido and the ability o maintain an erection.

 


What is Andropause?


While women experience Menopause, all men starting around the age of 30, will experience a male form of Menopause, also known as Andropause. Testosterone levels deplete overtime, and inevitably men start experiencing the symptoms of aging.

 


What are the symptoms of Andropause or Male Testosterone Depletion?


Depression
Fatigue
Muscle Loss
Weight Gain
Gynecomastia
Hot Flashes
Erectile Dysfunction
Lower Sex Drive
Hair Loss
Urinary Problems
Insomnia
Irritability
Night Sweats
Hypogonadism
Adrenal Fatigue
Thyroid Health

 

What are the risk of testosterone therapy in men?

 

Some patients could experience side effects and many of them are linked to dosage which may need changing over time. It is always recommended that you communicate side effects to your physician to be promptly addressed. These effects may include:

 

• Increase in red blood cells - This can be beneficial patients with anemia (low blood
counts). However, it can cause blood vessel blockage and lead to a heart attack or
stroke.


• Irritability - Some men and women have reported increased aggressiveness or
irritability at the start of testosterone hormone therapy. These issues are generally
resolved as levels become balanced.


• Prostate effects – Prostate issues can arise with higher levels of Testosterone. If you
have an enlarged prostate, referred to as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH),
testosterone may worsen your symptoms, particularly if you are more than 50 years
of age. If you have a history of prostate cancer, you cannot receive testosterone
therapy.

 

• Infertility - This is common in young men when sperm production is reduced but
usually reversible after stopping testosterone therapy.


• Sleep apnea - This is a condition that disrupts breathing during sleep. Although
uncommon, it is a reported side effect.


• Fluid retention - Although uncommon, you must use caution if you have a history of
heart failure or kidney disease.


• Other - Acne, oily skin, increased body hair and flushing have also been reported.
Occasionally, hormone therapy patients will complain of itching or redness at the
injection or insertion site, bit these symptoms diminish as the body adjusts to
treatment.

 

 

What are normal levels of Testosterone?


Testosterone levels (also known as T levels) between 350ng/dL and 1000ng/dL are considered normal, however you may still fall within this range and still be considered to have low T. The brain, pituitary gland, hypothalamus and the testicles work together to keep testosterone in the normal range. If testosterone levels are below normal for your body, the brain signals the testicles to produce more. When testosterone levels are adequate, the brain signals the testicles to produce less. If one of these areas is not functioning properly it is likely to reduce testosterone production.

 

 

Is Testosterone effective in treating infertility?


No. It can have the opposite effect. Introducing additional testosterone can reduce the amount of sperm the body produces. Other treatments can help the body to produce more sperm.

 

 

Is there a correlation between testosterone levels and the amount of body hair?


Body hair is mostly tied to genetics and hereditary backgrounds. Men with Low T can experience a reduction in hair but testosterone therapy does not stimulate hair growth in areas you previously did not have hair.

 

 

How can Testosterone therapy help me?


Our board certified doctors will review your medical file an if needed will prescribe a plan of care for you. Due to increased awareness and the potential benefits of Testosterone Replacement Therapy it is becoming more. Testosterone therapy can:

 

Strengthen Erections
Improve Energy
Lower Body Fat
Sharpen Focus
Improve Sleep
Feel Younger

 

 

Will I have an increased Sex Drive?


Testosterone therapy can help those who have problems with erectile dysfunction or impotence. While many men as young as 30 require Testosterone Replacement Therapy to restore appropriate Testosterone levels, treatment can be particularly beneficial for men over the age of 40, when testosterone levels may have reached a significant decline.

 

 

How can Testosterone help with Increase Muscle or Decreased Fat?


As men age our bone mass decreases over time which leads to a decrease in muscle mass and in many cases an increase in body fat levels. This decline in muscle mass which can be contributed to a decrease in testosterone levels many times results in reduced performance in standard or advanced work out sessions.  Testosterone Replacement helps counteract these physical changes and can increase male muscle mass and increase protein synthesis in a few months.

 

 

While Testosterone help my to improve my mood?


Low Testosterone levels have been know to reduce a man’s self confidence and motivation level which can cause mood swings and depression. Testosterone Replacement Therapy for men can actually help with some emotional mood swings by bringing your testosterone in balance. Being motivated and energetic can with personal relationships and work results. Testosterone can also help increase your concentration level so you can perform better and every task in your life.

 


Will my insurance cover my treatment?


In most cases, the answer is no. We do accept health savings accounts and flexible spending account programs. Unlike Eastern medicine practices, Western medicine ignores the importance of endocrine system maintenance and hormone balance, choosing instead to treat the symptoms of hormone deficiency versus the causes. As is typical with insurance companies, they follow narrow criteria to qualify a patient for Hormone Replacement therapy, and anything falling outside of those parameters, is considered an elective treatment and will not be covered.

 

SAFETY INFORMATION:

 

 

See your plan of care documents for complete safety instructions and how to administer your plan.


Note: Call 911 or seek immediate medical attention if you are experiencing a medical emergency.

 

 

DISCLAIMER:

 

 

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