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What is testosterone?

Testosterone is a hormone produced primarily in the testicles. Testosterone helps maintain men’s:

• Bone density
• Fat distribution
• Muscle strength and mass
• Red blood cell production
• Sex drive
• Sperm production

After age 30, men’s production of testosterone slows by about 1% each year. Various lifestyle and environmental factors, such as poor diet, exposure to toxins, and stress, work to lower testosterone even more than age alone. Millions of men could be suffering from a deficiency without even realizing it.

Symptoms of low-testosterone in men:

Low testosterone could be negatively impacting every area of your physical and mental health. Signs and symptoms of low testosterone include:

• Decreased sex drive
• Erectile dysfunction
• Depression
• Irritability
• Difficulty concentrating
• Mental fog
• Fatigue
• Reduced strength and endurance levels
• Sleep problems
• Increased breast size and tenderness
• Loss of muscle mass
• Rapid or excessive weight gain

Most men experience a variety of symptoms. The only way to know for certain if you are testosterone deficient is by testing your levels through blood work.

Testosterone Replacement Therapy Cost and FAQs

Many men have suffered from the wide range of negative effects resulting from low testosterone levels. Fortunately, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) exists to help correct hormone imbalances. Testosterone replacement therapy is a form of HRT that focuses on boosting testosterone levels. If your doctor has recently diagnosed you with low T or has recommended that you consider TRT, you may have some concerns about the cost of the therapy, as well as many general questions about the medication and the procedure.

Hopefully, we can clear it all up for you:

The Cost of Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Sometimes, testosterone replacement therapy, or TRT, is covered by medical insurance-- but we do not deal with insurance companies. This means we will NEVER submit on your behalf nor supply receipts to cover office visits for insurance reimbursement. We are not equiped to deal with the mounds of paperwork required by insurance companies nor do we intend to dedicate a full time staff member to fight with insurance companies.

Testosterone injections costs with our office are $350 per month which includes office visits and testosterone injections delivered to your home directly from a compounding pharmacy. We only prescribe injection version of testosterone as we believe it is most effective.

Bloodwork in not included in our costs and you may submit bloodwork through your insurance if you wish. We use LabCorp or Quest for bloodwork scripts.

If you are considering TRT but are skeptical or have concerns you have not yet addressed with your doctor, the following is a list of common questions related to the ins and outs of TRT. You should still always talk to your doctor about any doubts or concerns concerning your therapy.

Q: What are the symptoms of a low T level?

Answer: Low testosterone levels in men can cause lots of discouraging and annoying side effects. Some of these symptoms include a low sex drive, decreased mental function and focus, fatigue and low physical energy, loss of strength, abnormal mood swings or low moods, difficulty sleeping.

It is important to remember that testosterone is one of the most important hormones in the male body, and hormones affect everything from our emotions, energy levels, and overall health. Therefore, a deficiency in any hormone, especially one as important and prevalent as testosterone, will greatly affect your life and the way you feel.

Q: What are the benefits of testosterone replacement therapy?

Answer: With TRT, you can expect to see a reverse in symptoms related to low T levels, such as an energy boost, positive mood change, better sleep, and higher libido. You should still feel like yourself, just better.

Q: What are the side effects of testosterone replacement therapy?

Answer: As with most hormone treatments, you can expect to see one or many side effects. Fortunately, most common side effects are mild. These may include an increase in red blood cell count, possible PSA elevation, acne on the face or body, an increase in growth of hair on the body, and an increase in appetite.

Q: Will my testicles shrink during testosterone replacement therapy?

Answer: Once your body is adjusted to the hormone therapy, you will rely less on your body for the production of testosterone. Some men do experience a decrease in the size of their testicles, but it is not harmful or need for concern.

Q: Will the treatment affect my mood or make me irritable?

Answer: No. Irritability is a sign that T levels are imbalanced, usually too high. In the case that you start to notice angry mood swings or that you become easily frustrated you should consult your doctor for a screening. Your T dosage may need to be adjusted.

Q: How long does testosterone replacement therapy usually last? Answer: Generally, you will need to remain on the testosterone therapy permanently to continue to experience the effects of a balanced T level. Because you have a deficiency, your body does not create the T you need, and you will need to continue to use the T replacement medications.

Q: How do I know my dosage is right?

Answer: Typically, if you are on a dose that is too high you will begin to notice a few unfavorable side effects, in which case you should consult your doctor. If the dose is too low, you may not see an extreme reprieve in low T symptoms. Either way, after you have started the TRT, your doctor will perform regular checkups to watch your testosterone levels.

You should discuss how you have been feeling and the changes you have noticed with your doctor as well. Then, he or she will work with you to make the decision to increase or decrease your dosage.

Often, once you find the correct dosage, you can continue to take that dose for an extended time. For some people, however, their body’s natural hormone levels may change, causing the need for a change in your TRT dosage.



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