There are three main medications for Testosterone Replacement Therapy:
Testosterone: is used to increase and optimize hormone levels.
HCG is used to prevent testicular shrinkage and maintain natural production of male hormone within the testes.
Estrogen Blocker is used to control the levels of estrogen within a man’s body.
Our doctors have designed a safe and proven program for our patients to maximize many benefits which include but are not limited to:
Increased muscle mass
Improved sexual performance
Helps with cholesterol
Helps with diabetes
Improves skin tone and elasticity
increases energy and stamina
These benefits are seen when low hormone levels are treated in hypogonadal and andropausal men.
Following the Dr.s protocol is critical in achieving maximum results.
90 days after beginning the Hormone Replacement Therapy program, the patient will be required to follow up with additional labs. This is to determine that the diagnosis and dosages are on target. If your levels are not in optimal range, the regimen will be altered in order to achieve the best results for the patient.
Physicals will be conducted at least once a year or per request by the physician.
*Patients using Testosterone should seek medical attention immediately if symptoms of a heart attack or stroke are present, such as:
Shortness of breath or trouble breathing
Weakness in one part of one side of the body
*Specific results are not guaranteed. Individual results may vary.
Our therapy program is proven to help men experiencing hypogonadism or low testosterone levels resulting from middle age (andropause).We keep it simple. We keep it safe. We offer an individualized program that is complete with all medication and extensive monitoring that is necessary while on treatment.
Erectile dysfunction may be brought on by many things. Certain medications , for example blood pressure medicines, health conditions such as diabetes that compromises blood flow to the penis, and even one's personal life , stress and depression are all significant factors that can lead to E.D.
As many have noticed, there have been numerous advertisements in the media about "LOW T." Here are several things to be aware of when searching for the right physician and/or medication to treat your deficiency.