What is testosterone?
Testosterone is a hormone produced in the testes.
Testosterone helps to maintain muscle mass and strength,
bone density, a healthy sexual appetite and strong
erections, sperm production, distribution of fat cells, mood
and energy levels.
What is a normal
A normal level is between 350 - 1000.
What are the symptoms of
low testosterone (hypogonadism)?
Some of the symptoms are depressed mood, irritability,
lack of energy, loss of body hair, gaining fat around the
mid-section, decreased libido, weak erections, loss of
muscle mass and strength and loss of bone density.
What are the benefits of
Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT)?
Testosterone replacement therapy helps fight the Low T
fade! It will reverse the symptoms mentioned above,
improving your overall health and outlook on life.
How do I get my
testosterone level checked?
Low T Clinic will perform an initial consultation,
evaluation and a simple blood test.
How long does the initial
The initial appointment usually takes about 30 minutes.
If you qualify, you will receive an injection at this
How long do the follow up
injection appointments take?
Follow up injections are typically given and you are out
the door in 15 minutes.
How often are the follow
up injection appointments?
Dosing schedules are every 7, 10 or 14 days.
Do you offer testosterone
Yes. We now offer TESTOPEL long-acting testosterone pellet
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How often are the follow
up pellet implant appointments?
Approximately every 3 - 4 months.
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How much does TRT cost at
Low T Clinic?
Please call our office at (318) 654-8395 for more
Does Low T Clinic take
Yes. We now accept Cigna, Aetna, United Healthcare and
What are the advantages of
testosterone injections over other replacement therapies?
Gels and patches are
other therapy options but they tend to be messy and less
convenient than injections. Low T Clinic uses Intramuscular
Testosterone Injections because they have proven to be the
most clinically effective. Some patients may not absorb
enough testosterone through their skin from gels and patches
to make an improvement on their symptoms.
Are there any
circumstances when TRT may not be recommended?
TRT is may not be recommended for anyone experiencing
any of the following:
Polycythemia, Elevated Hemoglobin or Elevated Red Blood Cell
If you don't see your
question here, contact us at (318) 654-8395. We will be happy
to answer all of your questions!