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Testosterone Boosters for Men in and near Brandon Florida

Frequently Asked Questions

You have questions; we have answers. Please submit your information for a free, private consultation to answer any additional questions you may have.

What if I move or live in a different city or state?

You are in luck! Our monthly hormone replacement therapy program ships directly to your doorstep with your medications and supplies. We can ship to almost anywhere in the United States. Contact one of our specialists to find out more information.

What if I am already on testosterone replacement therapy? Can I transfer my prescription over to you for the convenience of your service?

No problem at all. You will still need updated blood work and to set up a face-to-face meeting with our physician in order to confirm you are receiving the best protocol. We will update your prescription(s) at your visit.

Are there side effects from Sermorelin aka Growth Hormone Peptide Therapy?

Approximately 17% of patients taking Sermorelin will notice a local injection reaction, such as pain, swelling, itching or redness. Less than 1% have headache, flushing, dizziness, hyperactivity, somnolence or urticaria. Clinical pharmacology suggests that sermorelin is very unlikely to be associated with drug abuse or dependency.

How long until I feel the medication starting to work?

It depends on your body. For testosterone replacement therapy, some patients report feeling a difference the first week and others can take up to three weeks. Growth hormone peptide treatment may take 3-6 months for your body to adjust to the treatment and experience the full benefits.

Will I lose my hair from testosterone booster therapy?

This varies by the individual. DHT (dihydrotestosterone) can cause hair loss in men who have are genetically predisposed to it. A portion of testosterone produced or introduced to the body gets converted into DHT. The rate of this conversion varies from man to man. If this is a concern, there are supplements and medications that can suppress DHT. We also offer an advanced hair growth therapy called Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) in our Tampa, FL location.

Will testosterone booster therapy make me moody?

Any type of hormone imbalance can make you moody, so our goal is to stabilize your hormones at an optimal level for a healthy and happy life. Many of our patients (and their spouses) report they are actually less irritable on testosterone replacement therapy.

Will I get acne from testosterone booster therapy?

DHT has a positive effect on sexual desire, but increases the production of oil in the skin. This is good on some levels for the skin, but it can also lead to acne. Not everyone will see this side effect and it is not dangerous, but let our medical staff know if it affects you so we can address it.

What age should I start testosterone booster therapy?

Testosterone therapy should only be taken if it is determined that you have a testosterone deficiency by a medical doctor. Age is not the main determining factor-blood tests and symptomatic factors are what allow us to properly assess patients. If you are feeling the symptoms associated with low testosterone and your testosterone is not in the optimal range, then you should consult with an expert regarding testosterone boosters to see if therapy is right for you.

Could I be allergic to testosterone replacement therapy?

Yes, it is possible, but not very common. Most likely an allergy is a result of the type of ester being used to suspend the testosterone. For instance, cypionate uses cottonseed oil. If you are allergic to the cottonseed oil, we can prescribe you a testosterone that uses a different ester. Please call your doctor or seek emergency medical help if you ever experience difficulty breathing, hives or swelling of your face, lips, tongue or throat.

How long do I need to be on testosterone replacement therapy?

You should only be starting testosterone replacement therapy if you have a testosterone deficiency. It is not healthy to cycle on and off testosterone. If you wish to continue to keep your testosterone levels optimized experience the benefits of TRT, then you will need to continue on TRT. If something does happen that you need to discontinue TRT for any reason, please notify our doctor immediately so that he can explain the proper protocol for stopping treatment.

What if I decide one day I want to stop taking testosterone booster therapy?

Please notify our physician immediately. Depending on your treatment protocol and how long you were on treatment, your testes may have stopped producing endogenous testosterone. You will need to phase off your treatment carefully in order to avoid huge imbalances in testosterone and estrogen. You should expect your testosterone levels to drop significantly if you stop treatment.

Will I be able to have kids while on testosterone booster therapy?

Maybe. It is important to understand that introducing an exogenous hormone like testosterone cypionate will cause your body to naturally produce less testosterone and sperm. The use of medications like hCG during testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) can help your body continue to produce testosterone naturally so in the event you want to have kids later, you will have a better chance of increased sperm production.

Are there any medical conditions that will not allow me to take testosterone booster therapy?

If you have prostate cancer, BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia), polycythemia (over production of red blood cells), or DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis), testosterone replacement therapy may not be right for you. Please discuss your options with your doctor.

What is a bioidentical hormone?

A bioidentical hormone, such as testosterone, matches the exact chemical structure at the molecular level of the "natural" hormone.

Do you provide “bioidentical” or “synthetic” testosterone?

The term bioidentical is used very loosely these days. It is important to understand that ALL forms of testosterone (bioidentical or synthetic) are man-made in a laboratory using chemical means. We offer synthetic testosterones, such as cypionate and propionate, so that the body is better able to absorb and use the hormone. It is important to note that by the time the cypionate and propionate testosterone molecules enter the blood stream, they have been returned to their bioidentical state for the body to use.

Why would the pharmacy or drug company modify testosterone into a synthetic form?

The modification is made so that the testosterone is easier to absorb and better used by the body.

Where does testosterone come from? What is in it?

The testosterone medications we use are plant derived usually from yams and sometimes soybeans. These natural plant substances enter a chemical synthesis process in a laboratory and the end result is usable testosterone.

How am I billed for the program?

Our secure system automatically charges your credit card once a month when your shipment goes out or you have the option to make an annual payment in advance.

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