Testosterone Therapy (TRT) Overview
People gradually lose hormones that play a role in keeping them young and healthy as they get older. Age, obesity, environmental variables, and underlying medical disorders are only some of the most prevalent causes of low testosterone. To reach your full potential, you need work with a qualified medical professional to optimize your hormones. Look and feel your best while achieving peak performance at Premier Hormone Health & Wellness.
Hormone replacement treatment can take several forms, and your doctor will recommend one that works best for you based on the hormone you’re replacing and any other factors they deem relevant. Hormones can be taken in a variety of ways.
- Injections: One little injection once every seven days
- Tablets: once-a-day dosing is typical
- Gel: Application of gel to the skin once daily.
TRT has been used successfully to address a variety of conditions. If you’re a male in your 40s or 50s and you’ve seen a decline in energy, focus, and libido, you might want to consider testosterone replacement therapy (TRT).
What is the initial cost of TRT?
The initial cost of TRT treatment depends upon whether the patient provides their own lab testing. A physician consult with lab testing provided by patient costs $99. If Premier Hormone Health & Wellness provides both the lab testing and physician consultation, then the initial cost will be $199.
What is the monthly cost of TRT?
As of this writing, testosterone injections start at $149 per month, including anastrozole as needed and all medical supplies. Testosterone gel and testosterone troches both start at $129 per month.
Premier Hormone Health & Wellness also offers add-ons, including Nandrolone Decanoate and Oxandrolone. As of this writing, the Nandrolone Decanoate add-on option costs an additional $99 per month, while Oxandrolone starts at an additional $280 per month for males and $196 per month for females.
As on online TRT clinic we are able to provide a virtual consultation with a licensed medical practitioner.