CAUTION: Many low testosterone clinics you see advertising a "Low Price Treatment" program are doing the ABSOLUTE minimum required by law to treat low testosterone! These clinics are typically doing the bare minimum in blood testing and are prescribing the least amount of medication they can to increase their bottom line. Before you make a decision on which clinic you choose, call us so that we can educate you on our services. We are NOT a Low Testosterone Clinic! We are a company that ensures you get the best care at the best prices, and we do this by following along WITH you on your path to health.

Low Testosterone Program:

What is included in your All-Inclusive Treatment Program?

To view our program, please click here.

If I have an issue regarding my doctor or the level of treatment I am receiving, can I call you for assistance?

Yes! We are here to help make sure you are being taken care of on every level of your treatment and if you have any questions or concerns, you are urged to call us.

If I have an issue with the pharmacy and/or my prescriptions, can I contact you for assistance?

Yes! We are here to help make sure you are being taken care of on every level of your treatment and if you have any questions or concerns, you are urged to call us.

If I have a medical issue that prevents me from continuing treatment, can I discontinue service with your company without penalty?

Yes. If during treatment you have an unexpected health issue that prevents you from continuing testosterone therapy, you can be opted out without penalty. Your doctor will advise you of the proper steps needed to discontinue and we are here to help any way we can.

Cost and Insurance:

How much does your All-Inclusive Treatment Program cost?

Our "All-Inclusive Treatment Program" has ZERO hidden fees or costs! To learn more about our packages and to view the pricing, please Click Here

Are there ANY other costs other than the advertised price for my treatment?

NO! We pride ourselves on the fact that we do not try to lure you into our company with vague prices or shady sales tactics. The price for our service is the price. You will get comprehensive care that far surpasses many of the clinics on the market today all at one low price with no games or gimmicks.

Does your company make profit on the pre-negotiated medication or lab work prices you have negotiated for me?

Absolutely NOT! We have pre-negotiated the medication and blood testing prices for you and we pass 100% of those prices on to you. We do not make a single dime on your medications or blood work. In many cases, you will buy 3 months worth of medication for the price other clinics are charging for 1 injection! We have already done the negotiating for you and in most cases you will buy the medication and lab testing for less than many doctors or clinics.

Does your company make money from the doctors you've contracted with?

No. Your subscription covers the pre-negotiated fees for your doctor visits and consultations

If your company does not make money on drugs, lab testing, or doctor visits, how do you make a profit? charges a small "Management Fee" to ensure our clients receive the highest level of treatment at the lowest possible prices. We have done all of the groundwork for you so that you can focus on your treatment program and not have to wonder if you are getting the best care for the best price! In addition, we have done extensive research on the effectiveness and importance of particular nutraceuticals that have been proven to enhance, support, and protect your body during your Testosterone Therapy. These pharmaceutical grade products have been built into your package to ensure you have everything you need for a successful testosterone program.

If my testosterone treatment requires more medication and medical care than the average client, will I have to pay any more than the contracted price?

Absolutely NOT! We understand that treatment will be different from person to person. Not everyone will have the same issues and treating low testosterone can be a delicate process. We have taken this into account and have set variables on treatment options that will cover the complete treatment of our clients.

Will my insurance cover this treatment?

This question is so complex we have answered it on its own page, click here.

General Questions:

What is Low Testosterone?

There are serious health risks associated with Low Testosterone and they should not be ignored. Low Testosterone can be caused by a communication breakdown or by a signaling problem that occur between the brain and the testes that causes the production of testosterone to drop below normal or completely shut down. Low Testosterone can also occur when your body can't make normal levels of testosterone. Low Testosterone can lead to a medical condition known as hypogonadism, which has many symptoms including fatigue, decreased energy, reduced sexual desire, and depressed mood.

It is estimated that Low Testosterone affects more than 20 million men in the U.S. Common symptoms include reduced sex drive, decreased energy, loss of body hair, and depressed mood. There is no cure for hypogonadism. It is a medical condition that usually requires ongoing Testosterone treatment.

The good news is that it can be diagnosed and easily treated by the doctor.

What are the signs and symptoms of low testosterone?

The following symptoms may be a sign of Low Testosterone and should not be ignored:

  • Reduced sex drive (libido)
  • Reduced muscle mass and strength
  • Fatigue or decreased energy
  • Irritability
  • Memory Loss/Poor Concentration
  • Sexual dysfunction (weak erections, fewer erections)
  • Depressed mood
  • Sleep Apnea
  • Increased body fat
  • Decreased bone mass
  • Loss of body hair (less frequent shaving)
  • Hot flashes, sweats
  • Gynocomastia (male breasts)

What are the health risks of having low testosterone levels?

Some of the health risks of having Low Testosterone include:

  • INCREASE in body fat
  • INCREASE incidence of prostate cancer
  • INCREASE in Cardiovascular Disease
  • INCREASE in Depression
  • INCREASE in risk of Diabetes and developing insulin resistance
  • INCREASE in Osteoporosis
  • DECREASE in sexual function/libido
  • DECREASE in well-being
  • DECREASE in muscle mass

What are the health risks of Testosterone Replacement Therapy?

Testosterone Replacement Therapy is relatively safe and has only two main potential risks:

-The increase in estradiol, which is basically an increase in your body's estrogen levels.

-Elevated Hematocrit/Hemoglobin, which means your body is producing too many red blood cells.

These risks are easily prevented and treated when monitored by the physician.

Patients using testosterone should seek medical attention immediately if symptoms of a heart attack or stroke are present, such as:

  • Chest pain
  • Shortness of breath or trouble breathing
  • Weakness in one part or one side of the body
  • Slurred speech

How do I determine if I qualify for Testosterone Replacement Therapy? (TRT)

To determine if you qualify for treatment, we will schedule a simple blood test that will be drawn at a blood testing facility near you. Within a few short days, we will have your results and you will be notified of your options. Once you have been qualified, a licensed physician will contact you to schedule your appointment.

Once I start testosterone therapy, do I have to continue using testosterone forever?

In many cases, Testosterone Replacement Therapy is often continued indefinitely due to the tremendous benefits one usually gains during treatment, however there are protocols that can be followed to safely come off of the medication.

Testosterone Resource Questions

What is Testosterone?

Testosterone is the primary male Sex hormone and regarded as the "fountain of youth male hormone" due to the connection that when Testosterone declines in the body the aging process speeds up! Testosterone is made by your body and is responsible for the normal growth and development of the male sex organs and for maintenance of other sexual characteristics. In men, testosterone is produced in the testes, the reproductive glands that also produce sperm. The amount of testosterone produced by the testes is regulated by the hypothalamus and the pituitary gland. Some effects of testosterone may include:

- Growth and maturation of prostate, and other male sex organs

- Development of male hair distribution such as facial hair

  • Sex drive and sexual function
  • Mood and energy level
  • Involved in making protein and muscle
  • Helps in bone formation
  • Improves oxygen uptake in body
  • Helps cells take up glucose
  • Improves insulin resistance

What is hypogonadism?

Hypogonadism is a medical term that describes a diminished functional activity of the gonads, which simply means the productions of testosterone in the testicals are not being produced. Hypogonadism is divided into 2 classes, Primary and Secondary. Primary Hypogonadism is when the actual testes themselves fail to produce any or an inadequate amount of testosterone. Secondary Hypogonadism is the most prevalent type and occurs when the communication between your testes and brain has an interruption or disconnect and your natural production of testosterone stops or slows down.

What is Andropause?

Testosterone is an androgen, which is the most important hormone in males. Andropause, also known as male menopause, is the result of a gradual drop in testosterone. Andropause causes unhealthy aging in males and with testosterone treatment can be prevented.

Testosterone and Depression

Even if not experiencing clinical depression, men with Low Testosterone often feel down or blue and feel less optimistic than normal. It is estimated that 1/3 of men who are on anti-depressant medication are also experiencing Low Testosterone. In many cases, men using anti-depressants have reduced or completely stopped using anti-depressants soon after starting Testosterone Therapy.

Testosterone and Fatigue

It's perfectly normal for a guy to feel tired at the end of a busy day. However, men who are suffering from Low Testosterone often feel tired at all hours of the day and for no reason. In addition to feeling severe fatigue, men with low testosterone often lose their drive and find it very difficult to become motivated. Testosterone Therapy may quickly reverse this feeling and help you get back to an energetic lifestyle.

Testosterone and Prostate Cancer

There is no evidence that the risk of either prostate cancer or benign prostatic hypertrophy increases with Testosterone Therapy.

Testosterone and Sex Drive

Testosterone is the driving force behind a man's sex drive. If he's low in testosterone then he's likely to become less interested in having sex. It is common for men to differ in how frequently they like to have sex, but for men with low testosterone that sexual drive can be minimal or completely absent. Testosterone Therapy will address this problem and quickly bring back your sexual desires.

Testosterone and Sexual Performance

Having weak or fewer erections are one of the major red flags that you might have Low Testosterone. If you are one of the many men experiencing this frustrating problem, speak to the doctor and ask how Testosterone Treatments can work for you. In many cases, improved sexual performance is remedied very quickly.

Testosterone related fat gain and muscle loss

Low Testosterone levels can have a dramatic effect on a man's physical strength and overall appearance. Even with regular diet and exercise it can be very hard for a man to lose body fat and maintain muscle. Men will often notice that weight training and cardiovascular activity produce very limited results and often report long periods of soreness and achy joints after attempting resistance training. Even when not exercising, proper Testosterone Therapy will reverse these issues and may help you achieve a stronger and healthier physique.

Testosterone Resource Questions

What type of Injectable testosterone will I be prescribed?

Testosterone Cypionate is commonly prescribed.

Are there other options for testosterone treatment other than by injection?

The short answer is YES. There are other delivery methods for Testosterone Treatments such as gels and creams that can be rubbed onto the skin. However, injectable Testosterone is by far the most effective, much more convenient to use (generally injected 1 time a week), and is relatively painless. As stated, creams and gels are an option for men who do not want or desire treatment by injection. These can be applied to the skin; inner thigh, arms, torso, or neck on a daily basis. There is a risk of exposing testosterone to others when applied this way which may cause some serious side effects to women and children. It is advised to use caution when using these methods of administration.

What are the injection procedures when administering testosterone?

Your network physician will explain the proper protocols and detailed information for administering injections. You can also refer to our Education Page on this subject.

Will testosterone therapy decrease my penis size?

The quick answer is, NO. A decrease in penis size is a myth that started many decades ago and which probably stemmed from the fact that testosterone can cause the testicals to decrease in size due to the fact that they are not producing testosterone while supplementing with synthetic testosterone. is committed to providing our clients with exceptional testosterone treatment at the absolute best prices available! Our extensive network of doctors are "Low Testosterone Certified" and are eager to help improve your quality of life today!