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Testosterone is a crucial hormone in men that plays a significant role in various aspects of men’s health. It is produced primarily in the testes and is responsible for a wide range of physiological and psychological functions. Here are some of the key ways in which testosterone helps men’s health:

  1. Development of Male Sexual Characteristics: Testosterone is responsible for the development of male secondary sexual characteristics, including facial hair, deepening of the voice, and increased muscle mass. It also plays a role in the growth of the penis and testes during puberty.
  2. Libido and Sexual Function: Testosterone is essential for a healthy sex drive (libido) and the maintenance of erectile function. Low testosterone levels can lead to reduced sexual desire and difficulty achieving or maintaining erections.
  3. Muscle and Bone Health: Testosterone helps maintain muscle mass and strength. It also supports bone density and can reduce the risk of osteoporosis in men. Low testosterone levels may lead to muscle weakness and an increased risk of fractures.
  4. Mood and Cognitive Function: Testosterone can influence mood and cognitive function. Low testosterone levels have been associated with symptoms such as depression, irritability, and poor concentration.
  5. Energy and Vitality: Adequate testosterone levels are associated with increased energy, vitality, and an overall sense of well-being. Low testosterone levels can lead to fatigue and reduced motivation.
  6. Metabolic Health: Testosterone plays a role in regulating metabolism and can affect body fat distribution. Low testosterone levels are associated with increased body fat and a higher risk of metabolic conditions such as insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes.
  7. Cardiovascular Health: Some studies suggest that testosterone may have a protective effect on the cardiovascular system, helping to maintain healthy blood vessels and reduce the risk of heart disease. However, this relationship is complex and not fully understood.
  8. Red Blood Cell Production: Testosterone stimulates the production of red blood cells in the bone marrow. This can help prevent anemia and maintain overall health.

It’s important to note that testosterone levels naturally decline with age, typically starting in the late 20s or early 30s. However, some men may experience a more significant decrease in testosterone, leading to symptoms of low testosterone, also known as hypogonadism. In such cases, healthcare providers may recommend testosterone replacement therapy to restore testosterone levels to a more normal range.

How It Works

Process: A brief 15 minute phone/text/email consult then consents will be sent to be filled out, sent back and reviewed. 

If one qualifies based on consents, then labs will be ordered from Labcorp. Cash pay, we don’t take insurance. The cost is $100.00.

If you qualify based on labs, we will have a telehealth appointment to discuss treatment plan and medications will be ordered and shipped to your home from a compounding pharmacy. 

Repeat labs will be drawn in approximately 2-3 months after treatment has started and every 6 months thereafter to evaluate effectiveness of treatment. 

The cost of the program for injectable Testosterone Hormone Replacement Therapy is $130 per month which includes management of care, follow up appointments, testosterone injectable medication from a compounding pharmacy for any dosage, supplies, follow up labs and shipping right to your door.

Revitalize Health & Wellness

135 Rt. 27,
Suite 3 Raymond,
NH – 03077

Phone: 603-267-4165
Please Call, Text or Email for appointments.