Balance My Hormones provide a range of treatment options to help men and women treat low testosterone. Our primary focus is resolving the unpleasant symptoms you may be experiencing from low testosterone and managing your treatment plan so that you can get on with enjoying life. We understand that there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach for testosterone deficiencies and that’s why we work closely with you and our doctors to establish the exact symptoms you have before making the necessary treatment recommendations.
Our doctors will speak to you about your symptoms and then take some blood samples. We require two blood tests, one which will check your overall health and another that is specifically designed to check every aspect of your testosterone levels. It’s important that you take our comprehensive blood test first which will check for underlying issues as there are many bodily functions that need to be checked as well as your testosterone levels. You can get started with both blood tests by visiting our testosterone blood testing page.
We are not just an online company offering blood tests, we are here for you throughout your entire treatment journey and will ensure you receive first class care along the way from our trained staff and doctors. Many of our staff are on low testosterone treatment plans with the company and have years of experience in TRT (testosterone replacement therapy) and know the benefis of being on sustained treatment.
Our founder, Michael Kocsis, has spent over 20 years within the industry and knows everything there is to know about TRT and the benefits of treatment. Michael is himself a customer of Balance My Hormones and actively on TRT along with our director of operations Sam Cook who is a trained physiotherapist. We will make every effort to ensure you receive the best bespoke treatment plan that balances your hormones and puts an end to your negative symptoms.
How to find out if you have low testosterone?
If you are suffering from low testosterone symptoms we highly recommend verifying that it is indeed your testosterone levels that are causing all the physical and possibly mental health issues you are suffering from. To do this you must have a blood test that allows our specialist doctors to check every aspect of your hormone levels as well as other factors that can affect your testosterone levels. Get started by contacting our clinic or go right ahead and book your low testosterone blood tests through our website.
How to treat low testosterone?
We offer a range of treatment options for low testosterone, here are our primary treatment options:
Option 1: Boosting your Natural Testosterone Levels
If suitable, a doctor may treat you with a boosting protocol. This is usually done by using Clomiphene (Clomid), and sometimes HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin), or other medications. The aim of this treatment is to try and increase your own body’s natural production instead of fully replacing your own testosterone production, call and speak to someone today to see if you may be a candidate.
Option 2: Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT)
This treatment involves being given bio-identical testosterone to replace your body’s natural testosterone. This involves on-going treatment and optimisation of your testosterone blood levels to allow for symptom resolution and health benefits.
Below are the different ways we can administer TRT.
Injections are normally administered at frequencies from every day to every 7 days. Which frequency depends on certain bloodwork markers but also how you feel and react during the process of dialing in treatment with the doctor and is all part of our optimisation process.
TRT can be administered effectively with transscrotal cream (cream that you apply to your scrotum). We do not use off the shelf creams (branded), each cream is made for each person, in a high enough concentration that allows effective absorption through the scrotum. The amount of cream per application is about the size of a pea and is usually applied once or twice a day.
TRT with HCG
TRT can be taken concomitantly with Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG). HCG mimics the activity of LH and FSH which are the signals that are suppressed whilst taking TRT. LH and FSH are responsible for testosterone and sperm production in the testicles and by taking HCG with your TRT you can regain or maintain fertility. You can read more about our balanced TRT with HCG service here.
What else do I need to know about low testosterone treatments?
Every treatment is personal and is a decision made between patients and doctor.
Required low testosterone blood tests
We must have blood work done to offer you any form of treatment. If you wish to order blood tests, please visit our testosterone blood tests page and order the required tests. If you have had blood testing done already please provide us the results and documentation when you discuss your concerns with us as it will aid in our assessments of your testosterone levels and general health.
How much does low testosterone treatment cost?
Low testosterone treatment can cost anywhere between £70 and £113 per month. This all depends on your requirements and will be determined once we have completed our initial consultaton with you and your blood work analysis.
Factors that affect low testosterone treatment costs include
- How much treatment you require and how severe your testosterone deficiency is.
- The type of treatment you choose i.e. injections vs creams.
- Whether you decide you would also like HCG to maintain healthy fertility.
- How regular you would like to check your blood testosterone levels (we recommend 6 weeks, 6 months, 1 year, yearly after).