HCG THERAPY FOR MEN TO INCREASE NATURAL TESTOSTERONE PRODUCTION IN MEN WITH LOW T LEVELS
HCG THERAPY FOR MEN – HORMONES SUPPLEMENTED AS INDICATED BY LAB TESTING WITH TESTOSTERONE, HCG (HUMAN CHORIONIC GONADITROPIN) AND ANASTROZOLE, CLOMID, OR TAMOXIFEN
HCG THERAPY FOR MEN – THE TESTOSTERONE WITH HCG TREATMENT PROTOCOL ELEVATES PATIENT TESTOSTERONE TO TREATMENT OBJECTIVE LEVELS WITHIN THE NORMAL MALE REFERENCE RANGE FOR ADULT MEN WITHOUT ADVERSE SIDE EFFECT, WHILE ALSO PREVENTING THE CONVERSION OF THE INCREASED TESTOSTERONE TO ESTROGENS THROUGH AN EFFECTIVE CONTINUOUS ADMINISTRATION OF THE THREE MEDICATIONS COMBINED WITH APPROPRIATE MEDICAL LABORATORY TESTING AND MEDICAL PROVIDER SUPERVISION AND DOSE RATE ADJUSTMENTS AS INDICATED AFTER THERAPY COMMENCES
HCG Therapy for Men is prescribed to help Increase Natural Testosterone Production in Men who are supplementing with Testosterone Cypionate, Enanthate, Propionate, Undecanoate, Androgel Topical Androgen Gel, a Testosterone Cream, Patch or Pellet.
In addition to HCG, an Aromatase Inhibitor (AI), or an Estrogen Blocker (SERM) may be prescribed to manage estrogen levels in men undergoing TRT Testosterone Replacement Therapy.
Anastrozole, Clomid or Tamoxifen are the most frequently used (Anastrozole is an aromatase inhibitor).
- Arimidex (chemical name: anastrozole)
- Aromasin (chemical name: exemestane)
- Femara (chemical name: letrozole)
There are three SERM’s (Selective estrogen receptor modulators):
All three agents are competitive inhibitors of estrogen binding to estrogen receptors (ERs) effectively “blocking” estrogen.
HCG with Testosterone Replacement may be an indicated medical treatment following medical lab testing blood testing, an in-person physical examination, medical history and evaluation, blood work analysis, clinical assessment and diagnosis.
The Testosterone Medical Clinic for Men is a national patient medical services organization providing a range of Age Management Medicine and Endocrine Medical Treatments to men and women patients throughout the U.S.
This web page discusses a Testosterone-Boosting medical treatment also known as Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) Therapy to Increase Natural Testosterone Production of the Male Testes Supplemented with Bio-Identical Testosterone and Anastrozole.
‘HCG‘ refers to human chorionic gonadotropin, which is a gonadotropin derived from the urine of pregnant women by pharmaceutical drug manufactures. Because of its similarity to the effect of Luteinizing hormone or LH (also known as lutropin) in inducing testosterone production by the testes, HCG is administer to male patients clinically to stimulate increased testosterone production by the testes and can also increase male fertility provided sufficient FSH is present.
HCG and Male Fertility. This therapy is sometimes offered to help increase male fertility and such treatment requires additional medical laboratory blood testing and semen analysis before and during treatment in addition to HCG and FSH medications for existing patient LH and FSH deficiencies. The following information is provided to assist in your evaluation of this medical treatment given your requirements.
PURPOSE OF HCG THERAPY FOR MEN
The Purpose of HCG Injections is the Stimulation of the Male Testes to Increase Their Natural Production of Testosterone in the Same Manner as Luteinizing hormone (LH) Stimulation of the Male Testes by as the Result of Pituitary Production and Release of LH (Luteinizing hormone ).
The gonadotropin ‘Human Chorionic Gonadotropin’ or HCG is prescribed for men with low Luteinizing hormone or LH (Lutropin) and low testosterone in this therapy to increase natural testosterone production during the course of therapy as a result of the stimulation of the testes by the HCG.
Testosterone medication may also be prescribed and administered as part of this treatment protocol if optimal levels are not reached using HCG. The treatment objective is to cause the male testes to naturally produce a higher volume of testosterone by HCG stimulation of his testes with the result that the patient experiences a continuing higher blood level of testosterone while on treatment.
Another treatment objective of HCG injections is to avoid the use of any anabolic steroid and its adverse side effects upon the patient. Luteinizing hormone (LH, also known as lutropin]) is a hormone produced by the anterior pituitary gland.
TO OBTAIN MORE INFORMATION AND THE PROCESS FOR MOVING FORWARD TO ACHIEVE YOUR TESTOSTERONE TREATMENT OBJECTIVES
Please phone our medical office at 877-783-7331 Monday through Friday 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. EST to speak with a Patient Specialist to obtain further information or to register with the Testosterone Clinic to arrange Medical Diagnostic Testing, Medical Assessment, Referral to an Endocrine Physician, Physical Examination, Blood Work Analysis and Evaluation and prospective Medical Treatment.
BENEFITS OF HCG THERAPY TO INCREASE NATURAL TESTOSTERONE PRODUCTION IN MEN
Benefits of HCG Therapy to Increase Natural Testosterone Production in Men with Supplementing Testosterone Cypionate, Androgen Gel or Testosterone Cream and Anastrozole, Clomid or Tamoxifen.
Many of the HCG benefits are those of the testosterone hormone itself.
- HCG stimulates the testes to produce increased testosterone naturally in the same manner as Luteinizing hormone (LH)
- Increases physical energy and elimination of chronic fatigue
- Improves sex drive
- Improves sexual performance
- Improves mood
- Reduces depression
- Increases lean muscle mass
- Increases strength and endurance as a result of exercise
- Reduces body fat due to increased exercise
- Increases sperm count and therefore male fertility
- Avoids the loss of natural testosterone production by the testes when testosterone medication alone is administered in male hormone replacement therapy because it prevents/inhibits the patient’s endocrine system (the HPTA (hypothalamic-pituitary-testicular axis) natural negative-feedback loop from shutting down or diminishing the natural production of testosterone by the testes and causing testicular atrophy.
- Avoids the testicular atrophy that can occur among male patients when testosterone medication alone is administered in male hormone replacement therapy because it prevents/inhibits endocrine system (the HPTA (hypothalamic-pituitary-testicular axis) natural negative-feedback loop from shutting down or diminishing the natural production of testosterone by the testes and causing testicular atrophy.
- Anastrozole aromatase inhibitor prevents the patient’s increased testosterone level in a male undergoing HCG Therapy with Supplementing Testosterone from being converted to estrogens
- Supplementing Testosterone Cypionate, gel or cream enable the patient to achieve treatment objective for lab test free testosterone level otherwise not possible by HCG stimulation of testes’ testosterone production alone without adverse side effect
- The use of both HCG and testosterone medications enables the male patient to have two sources of increased testosterone to achieve treatment objectives without loss of natural testosterone production or testicular atrophy.
THE TESTOSTERONE MEDICAL CLINIC PROVIDES HCG THERAPY TO INCREASE NATURAL TESTOSTERONE PRODUCTION IN MEN FOR A SINGLE ALL-INCLUSIVE FEE THAT DEPENDS UPON THE DURATION OF THE TREATMENT PERIOD AND MEDICAL SERVICES REQUIRED TO ACHIEVE TREATMENT OBJECTIVES FOR THAT PERIOD OF TIME
THE FOLLOWING MEDICAL SERVICES ARE PROVIDED BY TESTOSTERONE SPECIALISTS FOR HCG THERAPY FOR MEN
The HCG Medical Treatment Protocol includes the Medical Consultation, Medical Laboratory Testing Services and US Pharmacy Dispensed Testosterone and HCG Medications as follows:
- A Medical Counselor is Assigned to help Coordinate Patient’s Lab Testing, Physician Consultation, Medical History Forms and File Preparation, Physical Exam, Medical Evaluation, Pharmacy Medications Shipment, Treatment and Dosage Instructions, Lab Testing During Treatment, Dose Rate Adjustments Determined by the Treating Physician.
- Doctor Ordered Pre-Treatment Qualifying Medical Laboratory Blood Test for Patient.
- Patient Medical Laboratory Blood Testing.
- Arranging for the Dispensing and Shipping of Hormone Medications Prescribed by the Treating Physician to the Patient.
- Only U.S. Licensed Pharmacies are used for compounding and dispensing high-quality hormone medicines.
- Assist Patients with Receipt of Medications, Syringes and Patient Treatment Instructions.
- Patient Undergoes Follow-Up Medical Laboratory Blood Test After Treatment Commences to Determine Patient’s Response to Treatment and If an Adjustment to Dosage is Indicated
- Additional Lab Tests May Be Required Following the Patient’s Lab Test if indicated to Further Assess and Adjust Medication Dose Rates.
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To qualify for hormone treatment the following is REQUIRED: Patient Medical Laboratory Testing, In-Person Physical Examination, Medical Evaluation and Clinical Assessment.
Only if Medically Indicated, HCG Therapy is prescribed to Increase Natural Testosterone Production in Men and may be supplemented with Testosterone Cypionate, Enanthate, Propionate or Undecanoate, a Topical Androgen Gel or Testosterone Cream, and Low Dose Anastrozole AI Medications or Estrogen Blockers (SERMs) to Achieve Medical Treatment Protocol Objectives. The best Low Testosterone Treatment Plans utilize HCG as part of a cycled or continuous male hormone replacement program.
HCG Therapy is an option to help Increase Natural Testosterone Production in Men Supplementing with Testosterone Cypionate, enanthate, Propionate or Undecanoate injectables, Transdermal Androgen Gel, Testosterone Cream, Androgen Patches or Pellets, and Anastrozole Aromatase Inhibitor or SERM Estrogen Blockers. Testosterone may be required to raise lower than normal levels of testosterone in hypogonadal or andropausal men (Low T Men). If you need to buy testosterone, please contact our medical center.
HCG THERAPY TO INCREASE NATURAL TESTOSTERONE TREATMENT PERIODS
AND LOW T TREATMENT PROTOCOL MEDICAL LABORATORY PATIENT TREATMENT OBJECTIVES
Treatment periods for HCG Therapy to Increase Natural Testosterone Production in Men Supplemented with Testosterone Cypionate, Androgen Gel or Cream, and Anastrozole Aromatase Inhibitor range from 20 to 50 weeks in duration. Brand name or pharmacy compounded bio-identical HCG injected intramuscularly periodically each week day is taken to stimulate the testes’ to increase production of natural testosterone.
TRT Treatment also includes exogenous testosterone medication administered to supplement the increase in natural testosterone production resulting from HCG stimulation of the testes to enable the patient to achieve the dual treatment objectives of (1) a patient free testosterone level in the upper 33% of the testing medical laboratory’s normal reference range for adult male free testosterone; and (2) an estradiol level within the testing medical laboratory’s normal reference range for male estradiol. Read more about Using HCG with Testosterone for TRT.
Brand name Arimidex, or pharmacy compounded low dose anastrozole tablets, an aromatase inhibitor, are administered throughout this treatment to prevent the conversion of a patient’s increased testosterone level to estrogens, known as aromatization. The patient’s testosterone level is increased due to increased natural testosterone production by the testes resulting from their HCG stimulation, as well as, increased testosterone due to exogenous supplementing testosterone medication prescribed by the treating doctor to enable the patient to achieve the above referenced dual treatment objectives.
HCG THERAPY TO INCREASE NATURAL TESTOSTERONE PRODUCTION IN MEN SUPPLEMENTED WITH TESTOSTERONE AND ANASTROZOLE AROMATASE INHIBITOR MEDICATIONS TO ACHIEVE PATIENT TREATMENT OBJECTIVES
This page discusses in depth HCG Therapy to Increase Natural Testosterone Production in Men Supplemented with Testosterone and an (AI) Anastrozole, Aromatase Inhibitor’ or Estrogen Blocker (SERM), to achieve treatment protocol objectives vary with the duration of treatment period, patient medical condition and medical services to be rendered during treatment. Please contact our medical center regarding a medical treatment program that may be appropriate for you.
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HOW HCG THERAPY INCREASES NATURAL TESTOSTERONE PRODUCTION IN MEN
How does HCG Therapy Increase Natural Testosterone Production by the Male Testes while the Patient is Undergoing HCG Therapy to Increase Natural Testosterone Production in Men whether with a supplementing Testosterone Cypionate, a Topical Gel or Cream?
HCG Therapy increases natural testosterone production and a resulting higher level of testosterone in the bloodstream while the patient is undergoing treatment when the cause of the patient’s low natural LH production and secretion by the pituitary gland is due to patient’s natural genetics, the aging process, injury to one or both testes, a medical disorder or disease effecting the testes.
Continuing HCG Injections Over a Treatment Period Ranging from 20 to 50 Weeks May Result in Increase Natural Testosterone Production by the Male Testes after HCG Therapy Is Completed for Only Those Patients with Prior Use of Testosterone Only in Hormone Replacement Therapy or the Prior Use of Other Anabolic Steroid Medications Over a Sustained Time Period That Caused a Reduction of Natural Testosterone Production by the Patient’s Testes Due to the Adverse Effect of Such Treatments upon the Patient’s Endocrine System’s HPTA (Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Testicular Axis).
HCG Therapy can result in a continuing higher level of natural testosterone production by the testes after HCG Therapy is completed when the underlying cause of the low LH secretion and resulting low testosterone production (1) is due to the prior use of one of more anabolic steroids by the patient or (2) due to the administration of testosterone medication in a prior hormone replacement therapy without the required HCG administration to prevent the patient’s endocrine system (the HPTA (hypothalamic-pituitary-testicular axis) natural negative-feedback loop from shutting down or diminishing the natural production of testosterone by the testes and causing testicular atrophy.
The Decline in Gonadal Stimulating Pituitary Hormone LH (Leutenizing hormone). The natural decline in male testosterone production that occurs with aging is attributed to a decline in the gonadal stimulating pituitary hormone LH (Leutenizing hormone).
As a result of the hypothalamus secreting less gonadoropin-releasing hormone (GhRH), which stimulates the pituitary gland to produce LH, the pituitary gland produces declining amounts of LH. This decrease in the pituitary secretion of LH reduces the stimulation of the gonads or male testes and results in declining testosterone and sperm production due to the decreased function of the gonads.
The decreased stimulation of the testes by the pituitary’s diminished secretion of LH can also cause testicular atrophy. HCG stimulates the testes in the same manner as naturally produced. HCG Therapy is also administered medically by doctors specializing in the treatment of male infertility. HCG therapy can increase male fertility by stimulating the testes to produce more testosterone and sperm cells and thereby increase sperm count or Spermatogenesis.
HCG Therapy for Men. How HCG Therapy Increases Plasma Testosterone Level in Hypogonadotropic Men.
HCG therapy uses the body’s own biochemical stimulating mechanisms to increase plasma testosterone level during HCG therapy. It is used to stimulate the testes of men who are hypogonadal or lack sufficient testosterone.The male endocrine system is responsible for causing the testes to produce testosterone.
The HPTA (hypothalamic-pituitary-testicular axis) regulates the level of testosterone in the bloodstream. And. The hypothalamus produces gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH), which stimulates the pituitary gland to release Leutenizing hormone (LH). LH released by the pituitary gland then travels from the pituitary via the blood stream to the testes where it triggers the production and release of testosterone. Without the continuing release of LH by the pituitary gland, the testes would shut down their production of testosterone, causing testicular atrophy and stopping natural testosterone produced by the testes.
As men age the volume of hypothalamus produced gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) declines and causes the pituitary gland to release less Leutenizing hormone (LH). The reduction if the volume of LH released by the pituitary gland decreases the available LH in the blood stream to stimulate the testes to produce testosterone.In males, HCG mimics LH and increases testosterone production in the testes. As such, HCG is administered to patients to increase endogenous (natural) testosterone production. Learn more about Testosterone Replacement for Aging Men.
The HCG medication administered combines with the patient’s own naturally available LH released into the blood stream by the pituitary gland to stimulate the testes to produce more testosterone than that produced by the pituitary released LH alone. The additional HCG added to the blood stream combined with the pituitary gland’s naturally produced LH triggers a greater volume of testosterone production by the testes, since HCG mimics LH and adds to the total stimulation of the testes.
You can also research and obtain further information on the use of Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) to increase male testosterone level in published medial research articles and at which explains that because of its similarity to LH, hCG can also be used clinically to induce ovulation in the ovaries as well as testosterone production in the testes. As the most abundant biological source is women who are presently pregnant, some organizations collect urine from pregnant women to extract HCG for use in fertility treatment.
In the male, hCG injections are used to stimulate the leydig cells to synthesize testosterone. The intratesticular testosterone is necessary for spermatogenesis from the sertoli cells. Typical uses for hCG in men include hypogonadism and fertility treatment. In males, HCG helps restore and maintain testosterone production in the testes by mimicking LH and triggering the production and release of testosterone.
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Get information about HCG Therapy to Increase Natural Testosterone Production in Men with Supplementing Testosterone Cypionate, Testosterone Enanthate, Testosterone Propionate, Androgen Gel or Testosterone Cream with Anastrozole, Arimidex, Clomid, Clomephine, Nolvadex, Tamoxifin’ is available. Contact us for a FREE phone consultation or by submission of the Low T Info Contact form.
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TO REQUEST INFORMATION ABOUT MEDICAL TREATMENTS, HCG OR TESTOSTERONE PRICING, OR ENROLLMENT IN A TESTOSTERONE PROGRAM
RULING OUT OTHER POSSIBLE CAUSES OF VERY LOW OR RAPID DECLINE IN PATIENT LH PRODUCTION AND RELEASE AND TESTOSTERONE PRODUCTION
Ruling Out Other Possible Causes for No or Very Low Testosterone Production, No LH Production, or Rapidly Declining LH Production.
If you have no LH pituitary production, or have experienced a sharp, rapid decline in LH pituitary production, your primary care doctor needs to first rule out pituitary tumor, pituitary disease, hypothalamic disorder and other potential causes of low LH production and release by the pituitary gland as the cause of your low testosterone before commencing medical laboratory testing, physical examination and clinical assessment process for indicated HCG Therapy to Increase Natural Testosterone Production in Men with Supplementing Testosterone Cypionate, Gel or Cream and Anastrozole. This can be accomplished through medical diagnostic testing and imaging.
PATIENT ENROLLMENT IN A TESTOSTERONE PROGRAM
To Qualify for Testosterone Therapy a prospective patient must take the following steps: Testosterone Laboratory Testing, In-Person Physical Examination, Clinical Evaluation, Diagnosis and Indicated Medical Treatment, Testosterone Prescription and HCG Prescription, Purchase of Testosterone Medicines, Self-Injections Training, Monitoring and Follow-Up Labs and Medical Consultations. Read more about How do I Qualify for Testosterone Treatment?
Testosterone Medical Clinic treatments programs including Low T Programs, HGH Human Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy, HCG Injections Therapy, Age Management and Healthy Aging Programs may be obtained by phoning our office at 1-877-783-7337 to arrange laboratory testing, development of patient medical chart, in-person physical examination, evaluation and diagnosis by a referred medical provider and indicated medical treatment sought by the patient, subject to the medical provider to whom your are referred determining that the requested medical treatment is indicated following their physical examination and clinical assessment.
HOW TO OBTAIN MORE INFORMATION AND THE PROCESS FOR MOVING FORWARD TO ACHIEVE YOUR TESTOSTERONE TREATMENT OBJECTIVES
Please phone our offices Monday through Friday 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. EST to speak with a Patient Specialist to obtain further information or to register with the clinic to arrange Medical Diagnostic Testing, Medical Assessment, Referral to an Endocrine Physician, Physical Examination, Blood Work Analysis and Evaluation and prospective Medical Treatment.
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