Is Low T affecting your performance?
Testosterone levels begin to drop in men beginning at age 30. If you think you may be suffering from low T levels, Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) may be beneficial and help you regain your confidence by restoring your levels back to what they once were.
What is the Cost of Testosterone Replacement Therapy?
Monthly Subscription PackageAt-Home Injections
Prescription and monthly supply of required medications
Weekly Injections comprised of Testosterone, Clomid, Estrogen Blocker (Anastrozole) if needed
Full access to Nurse Practitioner during business hours
*At home program requires self-administered injections and initial labs ($99 - usually covered by medical insurance plans).
Benefits of Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT)
How do I know if I have low testosterone levels?
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You may cancel your subscription at any time without restrictions.
Fees are due at your first appointment of the month or opt into auto-pay to receive an additional 5% discount.
Why do I have to come for TRT injections 2x a week?
The goal of treatment is to find a steady state testosterone level to minimize the peaks and valleys of treatment.
Patients on extended intervals between injections often experience higher than optimal levels early on after injection (the peak) and a drop-in therapy benefits before their next injection (the valley).
The half-life of testosterone cypionate is seven to eight days, meaning half of the dose is present in your body one week after injection. So we give injections every 3.5 days to maintain optimal levels of testosterone.
Some patients are able to maintain levels on a 10- to 14-day cycle, but the vast majority of men achieve better results on a biweekly basis.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What are the side effects of TRT?
TRT may have side effects, which is why it is important to seek treatment under the experts at Champion Health and Wellness. General side effects may include:
- Increased acne
- Increased estrogen levels
- Mild fluid retention
- Stimulation of prostate tissue with possible urination symptoms like decreased stream and frequency
- Breast enlargement
- Worsening of sleep apnea
- Decreased sperm count and testicular size
- Increased red blood cell count
Many of these symptoms are easily treatable with medication, usually in the form of a generic estrogen blocker.
The provider and the team discuss the benefits and side effects and answer all of your questions at your initial office consultation.
Call or set up an appointment online to discuss what might work best for you.
* Men who are having difficulty conceiving children or who have prostate cancer should not seek testosterone therapy.