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Testosterone replacement therapy: The benefits of testosterone

Testosterone replacement therapy - We provide physician guided hormone and testosterone therapies that will enhance your energy and sexual performance.

You already know about testosterone, but do you know about the benefits of testosterone therapy, sometimes called testosterone replacement therapy? Testosterone is the male hormone. It’s what makes most men taller than most women, stronger, heavier boned. It’s why men have facial hair and women don’t, or don’t want to.

In truth, both men and women have testosterone. It’s just that men have lots more of it. And they are the ones who have problems when their bodies stop producing the testosterone they need. That’s why, if you have low testosterone levels, HGH therapy that includes testosterone can be your ticket to better health—a ticket that has been tested on thousands and thousands of men.

Testosterone replacement therapy

Testosterone. It’s great stuff. But if your doctor prescribes testosterone by itself, you will probably have a rough ride.

You’ll feel great the first couple months. You’re adding testosterone and if that were all that happened, this would be wonderful. But a funny thing about testosterone. When you add it to your body, your body learns to convert testosterone to estrogen. That’s not so good.

Testosterone and estrogen counteract each other. Even though you’re only adding testosterone, you’ll find that the estrogen your body is producing will begin to make you tired, occasionally impotent, you’ll retain water, and—if you were thinking clearly—you’ll realize your brain is foggy.

Testosterone and Arimidex

To counteract the effects of naturally produced estrogen, some doctors will give you a drug called Arimidex. It’s called an aromatase inhibitor. It blocks the conversion of testosterone to estrogen. It has the effect of increasing testosterone levels while keeping your estrogen low.

That’s great. Why do more? There’s a small thing that may be difficult for you. Shinking testicles. If you are content to watch the family jewels disappear, you can stop reading here. But if you’re fond of all of your equipment, there is an option our physicians recommend.

Testosterone therapy, the triple threat for the best results

Testosterone + Arimidex + hCG

The testosterone is making you feel great. The Arimidex is blocking the estrogen. When you add hCG, human chorionic gonadotropin, everything starts to work just the way you want.

Why all of this? When testosterone is being supplied from an external source, your testicles think, “Great. We can take some time off. There’s plenty of testosterone in this bod. It’s time to shut things down.” And when testicles don’t work, they start to shrink. The hCG convinces the testicles to go back to work. To continue to produce testosterone. But it does more. It also increases adrenal function that has positive impact on your well-being, your libido, and your energy. With this triple-threat testosterone therapy, you’ll never look down and think mini-me.

Testosterone replacement therapy and you

If you’ve read the material above, you know that you want to approach testosterone therapy in a sensible way. It doesn’t have to be a hormone roller coaster!

  • Improve your sexual performance
  • Enhance your sex drive
  • Increase your energy
  • Improve your memory
  • Build lean muscle
  • Lower cholesterol
  • Improve mood
  • Protect against heart disease

What’s next? Call 877-321-8885 to talk about your options.

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