Includes all office visits, labs as well as standard medications and supplies shipped to your door. It conviniently spreads your costs over the year to make replacement therapy as cost effective and affordable as possible.
$195 - for initial visit and labs
$195/month (12 months - auto renewal)
Standard Medications include:
HCG - to keep own production up
Anastrozole to control excess estrogen, if needed
Allows more flexibility if you want to get your meds from the pharmacy of your choice, or have your primary care doctor run labs for you. Requires a minimum of 2 visits and labs a year - annual and 6-month. (3 the first year,- initial, 6-weeks, 6- months). More may be needed to address issues that may come up.
$499 - initial/annual visit with physical and labs
$399 - follow up visits and labs
$200 - annual fee for managing prescriptions
The best doctor I've ever had! I've never been happier or healthier. Thank you Doc!
L. Fiducioso, trainer, San Diego, CA
You’ve likely seen the commercials about testosterone replacement. Maybe you’ve got some questions about why guys are looking for testosterone replacement, and wonder if maybe it might be for you.
It all starts here. A guy’s testosterone levels peak in their early to mid-twenties and start a gradual decline from there.
For some men, it happens quicker than others. But, in general, it’s so gradual that most men do not realize their testosterone levels are dropping until one day they realize that things just are not the way they used to be. Men usually think it’s just a consequence of getting older, and maybe they just have to put up with it. Here's the truth - you do not have to put up with the "inevitable" symptoms of getting older. Simple treatments will allow you to continue to be healthy, fit, and virile well into your elder years.
The best way is to take a blood test and measure your testosterone levels. You can also take this hormone questionnaire /self test
to see if you might be a candidate for testosterone replacement.
If you’ve had a blood test and your doctor said you were normal, you should know that most labs have a VERY broad definition of normal. You could still be suffering from low testosterone, even if the results come back ‘normal’. Most general practitioners are not specifically trained to diagnose or treat low testosterone. Feel free to contact my office for a second opinion.
Testosterone is a steroid hormone that is natural to our bodies. The goal for replacement is to bring you back to a healthy/optimal level. Testosterone replacement has been available and studied for decades. So far, there are no studies showing an
increased risk of testicular or prostate cancer. And there are no studies showing that it would make those cancers grow faster than they would otherwise. That being said, you do need a physical exam and blood tests to rule out cancers before starting and while on replacement therapy. Here's a nice Overview article printed in Reviews of Urology.
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