Testosterone Therapy Programs for Men with Low T (Andropause)
TESTOSTERONE PROGRAMS FOR MEN – THE LOW TESTOSTERONE CLINIC PROVIDES EXCELLENT AND HIGHLY EFFECTIVE METHODS OF TRT USING TESTOSTERONE, HCG AND ANASTROZOLE HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY FOR MEN THAT DIFFER ONLY IN THEIR METHOD OF ADMINISTRATION AND HAVE PROVEN TO BE CONSISTENTLY EFFECTIVE AT OPTIMIZING MEN’S HORMONES DURING THEIR TREATMENT CYCLE AND CONTINUING IMPROVEMENT OF LOW T SYMPTOMS.
The Men’s Medical Center offers these effective Low T Treatment Programs throughout the United States.
Men’s Hormone Health Center offers a variety of Low T Options and androgen steroid delivery methods for the administration of highly effective Testosterone, HCG and Anastrozole Male Hormone Replacement Therapies (HRT).
Our Testosterone Therapy Plans for men are provided by a national network of experienced Urologists, Endocrinologists, Anti-Aging Doctors and Age Management Medicine Physicians that have consistently proven to be successful for men with little to no adverse side effects.
Contact the Men’s Medical Center at 877-783-7331
Low T Program Types
- Cycle Testosterone Program
- Continuous Testosterone Program
- Cypionate Testosterone Therapy
- Propionate Testosterone Therapy
- Enanthate Testosterone Therapy
- Undecanoate Testosterone Therapy
- Testosterone with HCG Injections
- Testosterone with HGH Injections
- Testosterone Blends, Sustanon, Omnadren
Cycled Program vs Continuous Program. Both the alternating (cycled) administration of testosterone and HCG and the continuous administration of testosterone and HCG Male HRT programs can be effective. However, the Continuous Low T Program affords better results for most Male HRT Patients.
Testosterone Hormone Replacement Therapies vary according to the method of delivery; the type of bio-identical testosterone medication administered gel, cream, patch, pellet or injections; the frequency of administration and the duration of the patient’s HRT treatment period.
All Men’s Health Center Male Hormone Replacement therapies for men include the continuous administration of brand name testosterone with either brand name Anastrozole (Arimidex) or a custom compounded generic Anastrozole to prevent the side effects of aromatase conversion, or the patient’s increased testosterone level from being converted to estrogens during treatment, known as “Aromatization”.
Cycled Low T Program: Men’s Anti-Aging Treatment Program employs an Alternating (Cycled) Testosterone and HCG protocol with Continuous Anastrozole Hormone Replacement Therapy for Men.
This method of male hormone replacement therapy (HRT) consists of alternating (cycled) 10 to 12 weeks of testosterone administration followed by 2 weeks of HCG administration in each of several consecutive testosterone and HCG treatment cycles consisting of 12 to 14 weeks during a patient’s total male hormone replacement therapy treatment period.
There are two or more testosterone and HCG treatment HCG cycles ranging from 12 to 14 weeks in any treatment period. The number of testosterone and HCG treatment cycles increase as the duration of the patient’s total treatment period is extended.
Arimidex brand name anti-estrogen or custom compounded Anastrozole tablets are administered periodically each week throughout hormone replacement therapy to prevent the aromatase conversion of increased testosterone in the blood stream resulting from the administration of testosterone medication converting to estrogens.
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Continuous Low T Program: Men’s Anti-Aging Treatment Program employs a Continuously Administered Testosterone, HCG and Anastrozole Hormone Replacement Therapy for Men.
This method of male hormone replacement therapy consists of the continuous administration of testosterone cypionate, enanthate, propionate, undecanoate, topical gel or cream, HCG and Anastrozole periodically during each week throughout the patient’s HRT treatment period.
If the patient is administering testosterone gel or testosterone cream once daily, then the only HCG and Anastrozole are administered on the same two days during each week throughout the duration of the patient’s HRT program.
Testosterone Program Pricing
The LOW T PROGRAM PRICING for the continuously administered testosterone HCG and Anastrozole hormone replacement therapies for men is approximately $400 to $600 more than the alternating (cycled) administration of testosterone and HCG with continuous Anastrozole administration HRT for Men. The full cost of comprehensive Testosterone Therapy should include HCH Injections and AI’s Aromatase inhibitors.
Continuous testosterone programs that use HCG and Anastrozole are slightly more expensive hormone replacement therapies for men because the frequency of administration requires a greater volume and dosage of medications throughout the entire treatment period.
In addition, more complex evaluation of patient lab test reports while the patient is undergoing HRT along with more difficult dose rate adjustments can increase the cost of a complete TRT Program.
The extra cost of continuous male HRT protocols are worth it, because they are the most effective medical treatment with greater before and after testosterone treatment results.
A primary benefit of the continuous administration of testosterone, HCG and Anastrozole medications throughout the period of male hormone replacement therapy in comparison to the alternating or cycled administration of testosterone 10 to 12 weeks followed by 2 weeks HCG administration is that a portion of the patient’s increased daily testosterone production and resulting higher testosterone blood level during treatment is produced naturally by the testes in response to the continual twice weekly stimulation of the testes by HCG injections.
This, compared to the entire increase in a patient’s testosterone production and testosterone blood serum level in resulting from the administration of testosterone medication only for periods of 10 to 12 weeks followed only by 2 weeks of HCG administration.
An additional treatment benefit of continuously administering testosterone, HCG and Anastrozole during male HRT in contrast to alternating or cycled administration of testosterone for 10 to 12 weeks without HCG until the final 2 weeks of each testosterone and HCG 12 to 14 week cycle is as follows. The continuous administration of the HCG under the continuous method of administering all three medications during the period of HRT reduces the likelihood of any reduction in natural testosterone production by the testes due to an endocrine system negative response to the higher than normal level of testosterone in the patient’s blood stream causing a reduction in the volume of Leutenizing Hormone (LM) produced and released by the pituitary gland to stimulate the testes to produce natural testosterone.
The male endocrine system has a tendency to reduce natural testosterone production as a means for compensating for the higher than normal level of testosterone in the blood stream resulting from the administration of testosterone medication only for 10 to 12 weeks. This is because the male endocrine response by HPTA (hypothalamic-pituitary-testicular axis) to the above normal plasma testosterone level seeks to maintain the normal genetic level of testosterone in the patient’s blood stream for the patient’s age that the testes currently produce in response to LH secretions without the addition of testosterone medication or HCG further stimulation of the testes to cause the testes to produce more natural testosterone.
HCG therapy can in some cases elevate blood serum plasma testosterone levels in the blood stream above the normal or genetic testosterone level for male patient undergoing HRT by means of the administration of both testosterone and the HCG which boosts natural testosterone production. This normal or genetic level of testosterone in the blood stream declines with aging or males and the negative feedback loop shuts down testosterone production when too much is circulating in the blood stream.
Read more about the use of Testosterone with HCG for Male Hormone Replacement.
Testosterone Programs for Men’s Sexual Health
Men’s Health Center hormone replacement therapy protocols for men include the male patient’s administration of HCG during testosterone hormone replacement therapy to protect the patient against loss of natural testosterone production by the testes and testicular atrophy due to an endocrine response by HPTA (hypothalamic-pituitary-testicular axis) that responds to an increase of testosterone in the blood stream above a specific male’s normal or genetic testosterone level for his age by reducing LH (Leutenizing hormone) production and secretion by the pituitary gland. As the volume of LH produced and released by the pituitary gland in the brain declines the volume of LH stimulating the testes to produce natural testosterone also decreases.
This endocrine system process results in a reduction in the volume of natural testosterone by the male testes as the endocrine system functions to counterbalance the increased level of testosterone the hypothalamus gland in the brain measures in the blood stream.
HCG protects the patient against this loss of natural testosterone production due to his own endocrine system response while on testosterone and HCG hormone replacement therapy. 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 reduces the production 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 functions like naturally produced LH in a male and stimulates the testes in the same manner as naturally produced LH.
This stimulation of the testes by HCG interrupts the negative feedback signal generated by the HPTA (hypothalamic-pituitary-testicular axis) endocrine response to an increase in plasma testosterone in the blood stream above a specific male’s normal or genetic testosterone level for his age by reducing LH (Leutenizing hormone) production and secretion by the pituitary gland.
Preventing Testicular Atrophy. As a result of the interruption of this negative feedback signal sent from the hypothalamus in the form of reduced gonadoropin-releasing hormone (GhRH) delivered to the pituitary gland in the brain, the male patient undergoing hormone replacement therapy that includes HCG administration does not sustain a loss of increased natural testosterone production during HRT or testicular atrophy due to HCG stimulation of the testes in the same manner as the declining LH with the result that natural testosterone production by the testes does not decline as plasma testosterone level rises in the blood stream during male hormone replacement therapy.
The administration of HCG during male testosterone hormone replacement therapy uses the body’s own biochemical stimulating mechanisms to increase plasma testosterone level in the blood during HRT.
Men’s Hormone Health Center also offers an HCG therapy to increase natural testosterone production in men to stimulate the testes of men who are hypogonadal or lack sufficient testosterone. physician protocols for HCG therapy to increase natural testosterone production in hypogonadotropic men include supplemental testosterone medication and Anastrozole.
For the forgoing reasons, the continual administration of HCG to stimulate the testes and interrupt the negative feedback signal generated by the HPTA (hypothalamic-pituitary-testicular axis) endocrine response to an increase in plasma testosterone in the blood stream above a specific male’s normal or genetic testosterone level by reducing LH (Leutenizing hormone) production and secretion by the pituitary gland causing a decrease in natural testosterone production during HRT more effectively prevents a declined in the natural testosterone production and plasma testosterone level in the blood stream than the administration of HCG in only the last two weeks of a twelve to fourteen week period of alternating (cycled) male hormone replacement therapy.
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TESTOSTERONE PROGRAM DEFINITIONS
Testosterone Programs for Men
Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) is a medication administered to protect the patient from the decline or total loss of natural testosterone production by the testes and testicular atrophy.
HCG is combined with Testosterone Therapy for Men by the doctors of Men’s Health Center to protect the patient against loss of natural testosterone production by the testes and testicular atrophy due to an endocrine response by HPTA (hypothalamic-pituitary-testicular axis) that responds to higher than normal level of testosterone in the patient’s blood stream by reducing LH and the production of natural testosterone by the male testes.
Absent HCG administration in combination with testosterone hormone replacement therapy, the patient’s endocrine’s system’s response to the patient’ higher than normal low level of testosterone during therapy would result in a declining level of the patient’s natural testosterone production over a sustained time period until the natural production ceased entirely.
Anastrozole (ARIMIDEX) is an aromatase inhibitor (AI) that is administered to men undergoing testosterone therapy to block the conversion of testosterone to estrogen and the body’s inefficient utilization of testosterone medication and testosterone produced naturally by the testes.
Generic Anastrozole is custom compounded in small dose tablets and prescribed for patients by the treating doctors of Men’s Anti-Aging Treatment Program no additional cost when a patient’s ‘Estradiol’ level is high and out of range on any patient lab test taken while the patient is undergoing an testosterone and HCG hormone replacement therapy.
BENEFITS OF MALE HRT MEDICAL CLINIC’S TESTOSTERONE, HCG AND ANASTROZOLE THERAPIES FOR MEN
Increases physical energy, endurance and eliminates fatigue
Increases drive, motivation, vigor and vitality
Improves sex drive, function and potency
Improves sexual performance
Improves mood and reduces mood swings
Reduces or eliminates depression
Improves sleep quality and reduces or eliminates insomnia and sleep disorders
Increases lean muscle mass as a result of exercise or strength training
Increases strength and endurance as a result of exercise or strength training
Reduces body fat due to increased aerobic exercise or fitness training
The use of HCG prevents the loss of natural testosterone production by the testes during testosterone hormone replacement therapy and testicular atrophy that occurs among male patients undergoing testosterone hormone replacement therapy without HCG administration to stimulate the testes to increase their natural testosterone production, HCG administration prevents the reduction of LH pituitary secretions to the testes caused by a negative feedback loop signal to the testes by the hypothalamus-pituitary-gonadal axis of the male endocrine system.
The administration of a generic Anastrozole aromatase inhibitor prevents the undesirable conversion to estrogens of testosterone medication and the increased naturally produced testosterone by the testes.
Human Growth Hormone complements and enhances the positive effects of Testosterone Therapy.
TREATMENT OBJECTIVES OF MALE HRT MEDICAL CLINIC’S CYCLED AND CONTINUOUSLY ADMINISTERED TESTOSTERONE HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPIES FOR MEN
Licensed medical providers adjust patient medications’ dose rates based on medical laboratory blood tests administered during hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to achieve treatment objectives pursuant to treatment protocols for both alternating and continuous HRT for men:
Elevate and maintain the patient’s ‘free testosterone’ level within the upper 33% of the normal free testosterone reference range for men; and,
Prevent the aromatase conversion of male testosterone to estrogens by providing the patient with a low dose aromatase inhibitor throughout the treatment period.
Read more about Total Testosterone vs Free Testosterone.
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PHYSICIAN TREATMENT PROTOCOLS FOR MALE HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY ALSO INCLUDE CONTINUOUS LOW DOSE CUSTOM COMPOUNDED GENERIC ANASTROZOLE TO PREVENT THE INCREASED PLASMA TESTOSTERONE LEVEL IN THE BLOOD STREAM DUE TO THE ADMINISTRATION OF TESTOSTERONE AND HCG DURING HRT FROM BEING CONVERTED TO ESTROGENS.
Men’s Health Center Physician Treatment Protocols for Male Patients Undergoing Hormone Replacement Therapy require patient administration of custom compounded low dose Anastrozole tablets as an aromatase inhibitor to prevent the HRT patient’s increased plasma testosterone level in the blood from being converted to estrogens.
The cost of the aromatase inhibitor is contained within the all-inclusive single treatment fee for each of the hormone replacement therapies for men provided throughout the U.S. by the Male HRT Doctors of Men’s Health Center.
PATIENT LABORATORY BLOOD TESTING AND THE TREATING DOCTOR’S ADJUSTMENT OF PATIENT’S DOSE RATES AS INDICATED BY SUCH LAB TESTS ARE THE MEANS OF ACHIEVING ‘S THE PRIMARY TREATMENT OBJECTIVES WHILE A MALE PATIENT IS UNDERGOING TESTOSTERONE HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY
Each testosterone and HCG hormone replacement therapy program for men usually includes ‘total and free testosterone serum’ lab tests at the end of the 4th and 8th weeks of therapy and one (1) ‘Estradiol’ lab test at the end of the 4th week of treatment while a male patient is undergoing hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to determine that the proper dose for the testosterone therapy medications is being administered to achieve the hormone replacement therapy (HRT) treatment objectives according to the physician’s prescribed treatment protocol and per patient HRT instructions.