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Of all the mysteries that take place under your skin, hormone disorders can be some of the most misunderstood ones. Testosterone deficiency, or Low T as most men call it, is an endocrine disorder that most men have at least heard of – but what is not always fully understood is its medical treatment, testosterone therapy.
Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) refers to the treatment programs that some doctors prescribe to male patients who exhibit the clinical evidence of Low T. The treatment is typically prescribed as either bio-identical testosterone or a topically applied cream or gel form; recently a pellet form has started to become available to some patients.
By far the most commonly prescribed form is the injectable one, and patients are instructed on how to quickly and easily self-administer their treatments. Many hormone therapy doctors believe that the injections are the most effective means of increasing a patient’s below-normal testosterone levels, and most patients find them to less of a hassle than dealing with the precautions that must be observed when using the topical forms.
However, what any man who has Low T symptoms should be aware of before seeking treatment is that his regular doctor might not be the best choice for providing testosterone therapy. Not all general practice doctors are qualified to prescribe hormone replacement therapy and many will refer their patients to an endocrine or hormone replacement specialist for their testing and treatment needs. Yet now more men have been discovering there is an uncomplicated way to deal with that situation: They are finding their own TRT medical specialist online.
What many are finding is that it is faster and simpler to access doctor prescribed testosterone replacement therapy online than it is to deal with their primary care providers, especially since some online specialists such as Nexel Medical now provide them with local Low T blood testing – and local medical exams, if required (and it will be required unless you have had one performed recently by your own doctor).
Moreover, full-service providers like Nexel Medical are able to answer any and all of your specific questions about testosterone therapy before treatment … schedule the prerequisite blood testing … and supervise each patient’s individually prescribed program of treatment. As specialists in hormone replacement therapy for adult patients, the Nexel Medical doctors possess a level of expertise in this field that most general practitioners simply don’t have.
All that it requires to receive testing and treatment from Nexel Medical is your initial contact with us, either by phone or by using the email contact form on our website. We will ask you when you would like us to schedule your local Low T testing and exam and will be happy to answer any questions you might have.
After our Nexel Medical doctors have reviewed your test results and evaluated your current condition and symptoms, a treatment program will be prescribed for you upon reaching a diagnosis of testosterone deficiency. Our patients are also able to conveniently purchase their prescribed injectable testosterone treatments online and have them promptly and securely delivered to them at home. From beginning to end, the entire process is fast, convenient and professional.
It is not unusual for men to suffer from Low T and HGH (human growth hormone) deficiency at the same time. While some of the symptoms associated with both of these types of hormone deficiency are similar, HGH deficiency frequently exhibits a broader symptomatology range.
The signs of testosterone deficiency, as most men know, often appear as erectile dysfunction, a reduced desire for sex, and some muscle loss. It is also typical for men with Low T levels to also suffer from very low energy and reduced stamina. These same symptoms can also be triggered by growth hormone deficiency; but adults with low HGH levels will additionally experience weight gain; mental sluggishness; reduced immunity; moodiness or mild depression; and restless or interrupted sleep patterns.
Testosterone therapy is very successful at eliminating the symptoms of Low T but it will not be able to alleviate your growth hormone deficiency symptoms. Men who have some or all of the symptoms mentioned above should definitely consider getting tested for both Low T and HGH deficiency, especially since they can be treated simultaneously. Nexel Medical has extensive experience in treating both of these types of adult-onset hormone disorders.
The basis of any medically prescribed hormone replacement therapy program is to restore patients to healthy hormonal balance and eliminate their symptoms of hormonal deficiency. When patients put in the effort, they are going to experience results that are extremely rewarding.
Many men want to understand what the possible side effects associated with the use of testosterone injections are before committing to therapy, as they should. Overall, using a doctor prescribed program of testosterone replacement is medically safe; but the possibility of related side effects does exist.
Following your treatment protocol exactly as it has been prescribed for you is the best way to minimize your risk for experiencing:
It should also be noted that using TRT might increase the risk for blood clots, stroke and heart attack. In total, the possible side effects related to receiving testosterone therapy are in the same category as those attached to the use of many prescription drugs.
However, the rewards of this treatment are what most patients are more interested in. For a man who has seen not only his health, but his entire lifestyle as well, become diminished by the symptoms caused by Low T, finding lasting relief from those symptoms is like being given a second chance at living a fulfilling life. To be able to restore that invigorating sense of virility; to see that healthy muscle tone return; to be able to have a satisfying sex life; to regain stamina and energy; these are all things that are truly valued by most men.
Yet only the correct use of testosterone replacement therapy can deliver these low risk/high reward results. Using un-prescribed testosterone injections illegally without medical supervision reverses the equation to high risk/low reward – and complicates everything. So if you are interested in a safe, effective and uncomplicated way to receive TRT, make sure that you receive it from an experienced and licensed provider such as Nexel Medical.
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