Testosterone Therapy Programs

Testosterone Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) Programs

Male Anti-Aging Treatments, Growth Hormone, ED and Testosterone Treatments

Bio-Identical Hormone Therapies for Men with Symptoms Caused by Low T, Andropause or Erectile Dysfunction

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Optimal Hormone Therapy Programs with special pricing include: Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT), HGH Human Growth Hormone Therapy (Injectable HGH), Bioidentical Hormone Replacement, IGF-1 Injections, GHRH Peptide Injections, Sermorelin Injections, HCG Injections Therapy, DHEA, Oxytocin, GHRP-2, GHRP-6, Caverject Impulse®, TriMix, BiMix, QuadMix and Tri-Blend or MultiBlend Testosterones. Other popular BHRT programs include Estrogen Replacement, Progesterone, Natural Thyroid Therapy (T3 and T4 Replacement), Menopause Treatment and Andropause Therapy.


PROGRAMS: Testosterone Replacement Therapy and HGH Replacement Therapy.

The most common Male HRT Programs comprise Cypionate, Enanthate, Propionate, TriMix/Bimix, Caverject, EDEX, HGH and Undecanoate Programs


TRT or Testosterone Replacement Therapy is not for everyone and a patient must qualify for treatment by following a strict process of medical evaluation and testing. If Testosterone is to be prescribed, close physician supervision and monitoring is required in order to ensure treatment success and to avoid any unwanted side effects or health problems that can occur androgen supplementation. Most men prefer the injectable form of testosterone but androgen creams, topical gels, adhesive gums, pellets and patches are also very popular forms of testosterone supplementation.


TESTOSTERONE PROGRAM - PROPIONATE THERAPY Program

PROPIONATE THERAPY PROGRAM: Testosterone and Human Growth Hormone (HGH) replacement therapy.

TESTOSTERONE PROGRAM with PROPIONATE is a hormone replacement program that is focused on helping men achieve optimal health benefits through testosterone replacement.

A simple lab test is required to determine if the patient has decreased testosterone levels ("Low T") and is therefore a candidate for this program. Once that has been established, the patient undergoes a complete physical exam plus additional lab tests which help the physician determine an appropriate course of treatment.

Thyroid hormone replacement may also be recommended depending on the patient's medical history, physical exam, and initial lab tests.

PROPIONATE TREATMENT SCHEDULE

INITIAL MEDICAL EVALUATION

  • Medical History, Hormone Blood Testing and Physical Examination
  • CBC (Complete Blood Count), PSA (Prostate-Specific Antigen)
  • Total Testosterone Level, Free Testosterone Level, Bio-Available Androgen Level, SHBG Levels, Estrogen Levels, IGF-1 Levels

30-DAY DOSAGE ADJUSTMENT

  • Physician Follow-Up Consultation
  • Total Testosterone Level, Free Testosterone Level, Bio-Available Androgen Level, SHBG Levels, Estrogen Levels, IGF-1 Levels

3-MONTH AND 6-MONTH CHECKUP

  • Physician Follow-Up Consultation including Physical Exam
  • CBC, PSA and Total Testosterone Level, Free Testosterone Level, Bio-Available Androgen Level, SHBG Levels, Estrogen Levels, IGF-1 Levels

EVERY 6 MONTH AFTER THE FIRST YEAR

  • Physician Follow-Up Consultation including Physical Exam
  • CBC, PSA and Total Testosterone Level, Free Testosterone Level, Bio-Available Androgen Level, SHBG Levels, Estrogen Levels, IGF-1 Levels

TESTOSTERONE PROGRAM - ENANTHATE THERAPY Program

ENANTHATE THERAPY PROGRAM: Testosterone and Human Growth Hormone (HGH) replacement therapy.

TESTOSTERONE PROGRAM with ENANTHATE is a hormone replacement program that is focused on helping men achieve optimal health benefits through testosterone and growth hormone replacement.

A simple lab test is required to determine if the patient is a candidate for this program. Once that has been established, the patient undergoes a complete physical exam plus additional lab tests which help the physician determine an appropriate course of treatment. Thyroid hormone replacement may also be recommended depending on the patient's medical history, physical exam, and initial lab tests.

This program also includes the Testosterone Level Testing, Lipid profile, thyroid levels (T3, T4), cortisol levels, HGH Lab Testing BMI measurements for determining body composition.

Patients are monitored regularly with lab tests and physician evaluations to ensure that optimal testosterone and growth hormone levels are maintained.

ENANTHATE TREATMENT SCHEDULE

INITIAL MEDICAL EVALUATION

  • Medical History, Hormone Blood Testing and Physical Examination
  • CBC (Complete Blood Count), PSA (Prostate-Specific Antigen)
  • Total Testosterone Level, Free Testosterone Level, Bio-Available Androgen Level, SHBG Levels, Estrogen Levels, IGF-1 Levels

30-DAY DOSAGE ADJUSTMENT

  • Physician Follow-Up Consultation
  • Total Testosterone Level, Free Testosterone Level, Bio-Available Androgen Level, SHBG Levels, Estrogen Levels, IGF-1 Levels

3-MONTH AND 6-MONTH CHECKUP

  • Physician Follow-Up Consultation including Physical Exam
  • CBC, PSA and Total Testosterone Level, Free Testosterone Level, Bio-Available Androgen Level, SHBG Levels, Estrogen Levels, IGF-1 Levels

EVERY 6 MONTH AFTER THE FIRST YEAR

  • Physician Follow-Up Consultation including Physical Exam
  • CBC, PSA and Total Testosterone Level, Free Testosterone Level, Bio-Available Androgen Level, SHBG Levels, Estrogen Levels, IGF-1 Levels

TESTOSTERONE PROGRAM - CYPIONATE THERAPY Program

CYPIONATE PROGRAM THERAPY: Testosterone and Human Growth Hormone (HGH) replacement therapy.

Many Cypionate TRT programs comprise Testosterone, Thyroid, and Human Growth Hormone (HGH) replacement therapy. Assessment and treatment of risk factors for heart disease, cancer and adult-onset diabetes.

TESTOSTERONE PROGRAM with CYPIONATE is a comprehensive hormone replacement program that is focused on helping men achieve optimal health benefits through testosterone, thyroid, and growth hormone replacement. This program also analyzes and treats the individual's risk factors for heart disease, cancer, and adult-onset diabetes.

A simple lab test is required to determine if the patient is a candidate for this program. Once that has been established, the patient undergoes a complete physical exam plus a comprehensive panel of lab tests which help the physician determine an appropriate course of treatment.

Patients in this program also undergo a complete fitness evaluation including Testosterone Level Testing, Lipid profile, thyroid levels (T3, T4), cortisol levels, HGH Lab Testing BMI measurements using which measures body fat and lean muscle mass, heart and lung function, and other key health parameters.

CYPIONATE TREATMENT SCHEDULE

INITIAL MEDICAL EVALUATION

  • Medical History, Hormone Blood Testing and Physical Examination
  • CBC (Complete Blood Count), PSA (Prostate-Specific Antigen)
  • Total Testosterone Level, Free Testosterone Level, Bio-Available Androgen Level, SHBG Levels, Estrogen Levels, IGF-1 Levels

30-DAY DOSAGE ADJUSTMENT

  • Physician Follow-Up Consultation
  • Total Testosterone Level, Free Testosterone Level, Bio-Available Androgen Level, SHBG Levels, Estrogen Levels, IGF-1 Levels

3-MONTH AND 6-MONTH CHECKUP

  • Physician Follow-Up Consultation including Physical Exam
  • CBC, PSA and Total Testosterone Level, Free Testosterone Level, Bio-Available Androgen Level, SHBG Levels, Estrogen Levels, IGF-1 Levels

EVERY 6 MONTH AFTER THE FIRST YEAR

  • Physician Follow-Up Consultation including Physical Exam
  • CBC, PSA and Total Testosterone Level, Free Testosterone Level, Bio-Available Androgen Level, SHBG Levels, Estrogen Levels, IGF-1 Levels

Testosterone and HGH Lab Testing Panels

As men age their testosterone and human growth hormone levels decline. The goal at TESTOSTERONE PROGRAM is to replace these and other hormones to more youthful levels.

The first step for new patients is to measure their testosterone and human growth hormone blood levels to determine their eligibility for treatment.

Testosterone Testing

HORMONE LAB TEST:

Total Testosterone, Free Testosterone Level, Bio-Available Androgen Level, SHBG Levels, Estrogen Levels

Growth Hormone Testing

HORMONE LAB TEST:

IgF1 (Insulin-Like Growth Factor)

Growth Hormone and Testosterone Testing

HORMONE LAB TEST:

Total Testosterone, Free Testosterone Level, Bio-Available Androgen Level, SHBG Levels, Estrogen Levels

IgF1 (Insulin-Like Growth Factor)


Testosterone Program Pricing Guide

How much does a Testosterone Therapy Program cost?

Treatment program prices listed are estimated ranges and the full cost of therapy depends upon your physician's medical evaluation, medications prescribed, and duration of treatment. Average monthly costs are based on a comprehensive 12-month bio-identical hormone treatment program.


TESTOSTERONE PROGRAM: PROPIONATE PROGRAM PRICING

Medical Office Visits and Lab Tests

Initial Exam

30-Day Checkup

3-Month Checkup

6-Month Checkup

12-Month Checkup

Propionate Testosterone RX

Hormone Prescriptions

Testosterone
Human Growth Hormone
HCG (Human Chorionic Gonaditropin)
Estrogen Blockers and/or Aromatase Inhibitors

First Year Medical Supervision
After First Year Medical Supervision

AVERAGE MONTHLY COST: $500 - $2,000


TESTOSTERONE PROGRAM ENANTHATE PROGRAM PRICING

Medical Office Visits and Lab Tests

Initial Exam

30-Day Checkup

3-Month Checkup

6-Month Checkup

12-Month Checkup

Enanthate Testosterone RX

Hormone Prescriptions

Testosterone
Human Growth Hormone
HCG (Human Chorionic Gonaditropin)
Estrogen Blockers and/or Aromatase Inhibitors

First Year Medical Supervision
After First Year Medical Supervision

AVERAGE MONTHLY COST: $500 - $2,000



TESTOSTERONE PROGRAM CYPIONATE PROGRAM PRICING

Medical Office Visits and Lab Tests

Initial Exam

30-Day Checkup

3-Month Checkup

6-Month Checkup

12-Month Checkup

Cypionate Testosterone RX

Hormone Prescriptions

Testosterone
Thyroid Hormone
Human Growth Hormone
HCG (Human Chorionic Gonaditropin)
Estrogen Blockers and/or Aromatase Inhibitors

AVERAGE MONTHLY COST: $500 - $2,000

First Year Medical Supervision
After First Year Medical Supervision


HRT Program Comparison

CYPIONATE TRT PROGRAM

ENANTHATE TRT PROGRAM

PROPIONATE TRT PROGRAM

UNDECANOATE TRT PROGRAM

TRIMIX - BIMIX - QUADMIX (Prostoglandens/Vasodilators)

Multi Blend or Tri-Blend Testosterone Programs

Sustanon 250 - Omnadren 250

HGH and Testosterone

HGH and HCG Therapy

Testosterone with HCG

Sexual Health & Wellness

Menopause Treatment

Thyroid Replacement Therapy


HRT Program Services

Medical History and Physical Exam

PSA (Prostate-Specific Antigen)

Lipid profile, thyroid levels (T3, T4), cortisol levels, DHEA, Body Composition

Lipid Profile

Thyroid Panel (TSH, FT3)

CBC (Complete Blood Count)

Homocysteine Level

Hemoglobin A1C

EKG

Total Testosterone

CRP-HS (C-Reactive Protein)

IGF1 (Insulin-Like Growth Factor)

Estradiol Level

Comprehensive Metabolic Panel

DHEA-S Level

Urinalysis

Spirometry


OTHER HRT LAB TESTS

Anti-Aging Hormone Panel

Thyroid Hormone Panel

IGF-1 & IGF-2 Panel

Estrogen Level Panel


AUXILLIARY MEDICATIONS

SERM's

Anti-Estrogens

Armatase Inhibitors

Estrogen Modulators


Proper Testosterone Dosage

Testosterone Program Therapeutic Dosages

Testosterone dosages for injectable androgens vary based upon the reasons you are prescribed and the type of testosterone treatment option you select for your therapy. You can find testosterone injections, gels, creams and testosterone pills, and doses are much different for those who need testosterone therapy for medical reasons than they are for athletes. Women should always supplement with testosterone under close physician medical supervision.

Dosages for Testosterone Medical Treatment Results

Testosterone Cypionate: 50mg to 500mg every two to four weeks vs 250mg to 1000mg per week

Testosterone Enanthate: 50mg to 500mg every two to four weeks vs 300mg to 800mg per week

Testosterone Undecanoate (Aveed): Initial 750mg injection followed by follow up shots, or oral dosing with oral tablet 40mg to 60mg/day vs 240mg plus per day

Testosterone Propionate: 50mg to 100mg every other day vs 50 mg to 100mg daily


HGH and Testosterone Therapy

Sales of Testosterone, HCG and Human Growth Hormone Injections with your Doctor's RX.

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Testosterone and Estrogen

Testosterone Replacement and Estrogen Replacement. The male testes and the female ovaries produce gender-specific hormones which perform an broad range of functions in the body including reproduction, maintenance and repair. These powerful substances are required in only small amounts, yet stimulate major changes within cells, tissues, and organs throughout the body. The addition of too much or  the secretion of too little of a certain hormone can have health consequences. For this reason, hormone replacement therapy or HRT should only be conducted under careful physician supervision, and only after laboratory tests have been used to accurately measure your current hormonal levels to help diagnose a deficiency.


Human Growth Hormone

Human Growth Hormone (GH), also known as somatotropin, is a peptide hormone that stimulates growth, cell reproduction, and cell regeneration in humans and other animals. During childhood and adolescence human growth hormone is secreted at its highest rate to fuel growth, but over time growth hormone production declines with age. Adults need sufficient amounts of HGH in order to maintain and repair the body's tissues and organs and for overall bodily function and health.

HGH is sometimes called the master hormone because it regulates many other hormones that comprise the endocrine system. Human growth hormone helps to regulate metabolism, body temperature and mood, sexual desire, build lean muscle mass, burn body fat, maintain bone density, and foster bodily repair and healing.  It is also considered a stress hormone that raises the concentration of glucose and free fatty acids. It also stimulates production of IGF-1 or growth factors in the body, and the effects of growth hormone on the tissues and cells are considered anabolic or that of "building-up".

A recombinant form of HGH called somatropin produced using rDNA technology in the laboratory, is used as a prescription drug to treat children's growth disorders and adult growth hormone deficiency or AGHD. In the United States, it is only available legally from pharmacies, by prescription from a doctor. Anti-Aging Doctors and Naturopaths may prescribe growth hormone in HGH-deficient older patients help to increase energy, vitality, build muscle and strengthen bone to prevent osteoporosis.


Hormone Deficiency and Replacement.

After puberty androgens, specifically testosterone, play a role in the regulation of the sex drive in both men and women. Deficiencies in testosterone or estrogen, as well as progesterone and DHEA can cause a drop in sexual desire, whereas excessive amounts of these hormones may heighten sexual interest. HGH or Human Growth Hormone also plays a role in promoting libido in both sexes. In addition to low or lost libido, hormonal imbalance, especially during menopause in women, and Andropause in men, can cause many age-related hormonal symptoms.



Male-Specific Hormones

Testosterone is a hormone produced within the testicles via a joint process, which also includes the endocrine system and the pituitary gland. This system is collectively known as the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Testicular axis (HPTA).

Testosterone serves as the male body’s primary natural hormone, and is largely responsible for the proper development of male sexual characteristics. Although often referred to as a sex hormone, testosterone actually governs several areas within the body including a man’s development from birth onward with responsibility for initial gender differentiation, pubertal changes, male potency, libido and sexual function.

Testosterone also works with HGH Human Growth Hormone to build muscle mass, larger bones and proper fat distribution. Androgen is also an integral component in men’s sense of well-being, playing a major role in male physiological, biological, and sexual health, while influencing motivation, drive, stress coping capacity, sperm production, mental acuity, memory, concentration & focus.

Testosterone also plays a main role in bone density, immune system support, and red blood cell production. Testosterone is present in both males and females; however, males typically produce between 4-7 mg per day, which is approximately ten to twenty times more than women. Women who need testosterone replacement, only need very small amounts to reap the health benefits of testosterone supplementation.



 

Female-Specific Hormones

Estrogens are the sex hormones produced primarily by a female's ovaries that stimulate the growth of a girl's sex organs, her breasts, pubic hair, and other secondary sex characteristics. There are three basic estrogens, namely estrone (E1), estradiol (E2), and estriol (E3), however progesterone which is another essential female hormone, is often considered an estrogen as well.

These estrogens combined regulate a diverse array of chemically induced processes within the female body among which are the menstrual cycle, intercourse preparation and during intercourse functions, as well as impact mood, sleep quality, body fat levels, water retention, etc.As with testosterone, estrogen is present with both genders; women produce appreciatively more at approximately 0.5 mg daily.  Aging, illness, and certain cancer treatments can adversely affect the body's delicate hormonal balance, causing changes in sexual interest and functioning. The most familiar of these changes occurs when a women go through menopause. Estrogen production drops throughout this process as women exit their child-bearing years.



Hormone Replacement Therapy

Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is a regimen of physician prescribed testosterones used to treat hypogonadic (low testosterone) symptoms. Similarly, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is a physician prescribed regimen of any type of hormone including Human Growth Hormone, Thyroid, DHEA, oxytocin, pregnenolone and other important hormones to treat hormonal deficiencies. Many endocrinologists and age management physicians prescribe "natural" or bio-identical hormones for HRT.

Purely natural hormones are those which are produced by a living organism be it human, animal, or plant. Endogenous hormones are those produced within the human body; and synthetic hormones are man-made hormones.Synthetic hormones made by pharmaceutical companies have side chains added to allow the companies to patent the hormones. Side chains may be added to a natural substance to create a synthetic product. These structural differences are believed to be responsible for the side effects that are experienced when synthetic hormones are used in replacement therapy.

The key to natural versus synthetic is the molecular structure of the hormone. In order for a replacement hormone to fully replicate the function and bodily acceptance of naturally produced and present in the human body (endogenous) hormones, the chemical structure must precisely match that of the original. Hormones that have the exact same chemical structure as endogenous hormones, are known as Bio-Identical.

Another source of confusion, both within the general population and the medical community, is encountered when reviewing studies of efficacy, safety, and side effects of various forms of hormone replacement therapy. Without distinguishing between bio-identical vs animal-derived hormones, many studies may group all forms of estrogen for example, under the blanket category of  'estrogen replacement therapy', 'progestin replacement therapy' and 'progesterone replacement therapy'. In fact, medical studies of bio-identical hormones have shown that they may be even more effective as well as safer than animal derived chemical alternatives.


Restoring Hormonal Balance

Bio-Identical HRT replaces deficient hormones with those that are chemically identical to those that the body naturally produces, but which have declined due to aging or illness. HRT has improved the quality of life for millions of women and men who suffer from hormonal imbalance. The ideal process for achieving hormonal balance includes: an assessment of hormone levels by use of a blood test, urine test or saliva test; complete medical evaluation of signs and symptoms; and replacement of the deficient hormones in the lowest possible dose by the most effective route of administration.  Physician monitoring is required to make needed adjustments to the dosage prescribed for therapy. Estrogens, progesterone, human growth hormone and androgens are the main hormones used in HRT and for achieving hormonal balance. Thyroid, lipid, liver and adrenal function, as well as weight, nutrition and diet, should also be evaluated and treated when medically indicated.

The uniqueness of each patient makes it incumbent upon health care professionals and patients to work together to customize an effective hormone therapy program. Through this cooperation, hormones can be prescribed, ordered and if needed, compounded in the required strengths and dosage. Administration can be achieved by office visits or via self-administration to best meet each individual’s needs.


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