Q: What is testosterone replacement therapy (TRT)?

A: Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is a medical treatment that involves supplementing testosterone levels in men whose bodies are not producing enough of the hormone. It is used to treat a variety of conditions related to low testosterone levels, such as hypogonadism and andropause.

Q: How is TRT administered?

A: TRT can be administered in a number of ways, including injections, transdermal patches or gels, and pellets that are implanted under the skin. Your doctor will work with you to determine the best method for your individual needs.

Q: What are the benefits of TRT?

A: The benefits of TRT can include increased muscle mass and strength, improved bone density, increased sex drive and sexual function, improved mood and energy levels, and a reduction in body fat.

Q: Are there any risks associated with TRT?

A: Like any medical treatment, there are risks associated with TRT. Some of the potential risks include an increased risk of blood clots, sleep apnea, acne, breast enlargement, and prostate enlargement. Your doctor will discuss the risks and benefits of TRT with you before beginning treatment.

Q: How long does it take for TRT to work?

A: The length of time it takes for TRT to work can vary depending on the individual and the method of administration. Some men may begin to feel the effects of TRT within a few weeks, while others may take several months to experience the full benefits.

Q: Can TRT be used to treat infertility?

A: In some cases, TRT can be used to treat infertility caused by low testosterone levels. However, it is important to note that TRT may not be effective for all cases of infertility, and other treatments may be necessary.

Q: Is TRT safe for long-term use?

A: The safety of long-term TRT use is still being studied, and the risks and benefits of TRT must be carefully considered on an individual basis. Your doctor will monitor your hormone levels and overall health to determine the appropriate duration of treatment.

Q: How often will I need to receive TRT?

A: The frequency of TRT administration will depend on the method of delivery and the individual’s needs. Some methods, such as injections, may need to be administered weekly, while others, such as pellets, may last for several months. Your doctor will work with you to determine the appropriate dosing schedule.

Q: What should I do if I experience side effects from TRT?

A: If you experience any side effects from TRT, it is important to notify your doctor right away. Your doctor may need to adjust your dose or switch to a different method of administration to minimize side effects.

Q: How will I pay?

A: You will be on a monthly subscription and the medications will be mailed directly to your home.

Q: What happens when I want to cancel?

A: You will need to notify us one month in advance and we can discuss options. You are not obligated or contracted for a specific period of time.