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Testosterone Replacement Therapy

The team of men’s health medical providers at EveresT Men’s Health have extensive expertise in evaluating and treating men determined to have low testosterone.  Through a simple process, we will complete blood testing to examine Total Testosterone (the total amount of testosterone your body is producing) and Free Testosterone (the amount of testosterone available to the body after taking into account the influence of Sex Hormone Binding Globulin.)  Sex Hormone Binding Globulin strongly binds free molecules of Testosterone and makes the bound portion unusable.

In the medical evaluation of your Testosterone levels, the medical providers at EveresT will determine if the signs and symptoms you have been experiencing are related to either a low level of Total Testosterone, or due to a low Free Testosterone (due to elevated Sex Hormone Binding Globulin).

In many cases the team will determine that you do not have low testosterone and therefore not in need of pursuing Testosterone Replacement Therapy.  In these cases, we encourage you to take reassurance in knowing that a hormone deficiency is not an issue for you.  In this event that the team rules out low testosterone, we encourage you to pursue a more expansive traditional medical exam to help to determine if there may be other underlying issues.

If you are determined to have low testosterone through laboratory testing, our team of men’s health medical experts will provide focused medical management of hormone replacement.

During the Testosterone Test we

1. Complete blood testing to check Total Testosterone and Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (to calculate your Free Testosterone). ** Results are back within 24-48 hours

2. Complete a Body Composition Screening using the InBody 570 to provide a current snapshot of your body composition (lean muscle mass, body fat, and body water)

3. One of our medical providers will complete a medical evaluation to discuss the signs and symptoms you have been experiencing and provide a clinical education that will include:

  • Understanding of how Testosterone is normally produced
  • What can cause low testosterone
  • Review our approach with medical management with Testosterone Replacement
  • Discuss ongoing blood monitoring to determine if and when medication adjustments are needed
  • Complete safety blood panel testing to ensure that patient safety is the first priority

4. Complete a second morning sample of Testosterone to ensure that it is consistent with the first and that you meet diagnostic criteria for treatment.

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