Do I Need Treatment?
The daily radio and television ads on Low-T may have caught your attention, but don’t be confused by the less effective, less potent, and more expensive over-the-counter treatments.
At MMi, we treat all men with testosterone deficiency by offering safe and effective services for as low as $125 a month. Our customized, state-of-the-art testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is designed to achieve maximum benefits while minimizing the unwanted side effects, and consists of three simple steps:
- A simple, low-cost blood test to determine if you have low testosterone, with results provided the next day.
- An initial consultation to map out your treatment and learn more about the benefits of TRT.
- Men’s Medical Institute will provide all subsequent medications and office visits for as low as $125 a month.
MMi Treatment Programs
Men’s Medical Institute encourages active participation and input from each patient to determine which formulations and administrative routes will best serve his needs. For optimal results, MMi suggests that new patients participate in their treatment program for a minimum of six months, with periodic office visits and blood tests.
As an addition to our Testosterone Replacement programs, MMI can also provide affordable oral (sildenafil and tadalafil) and injectable (Trimix) Erectile Dysfunction medications.
$125/month – Addresses Low-T and general health
Testesterone Replacement Therapy (TRT)
Choice of cream administration or shot injections.
Cream can be administered in the privacy of your own home as often as you deem necessary. Your prescription will be delivered monthly to your home or address of your choice, thus forgoing the inconvenience of making a trip to the pharmacy.
Shots are administered by MMi every 7-14 days, as determined on an individual basis.
Supplement to Testosterone Treatment
$225 for a 10 week course of Injectable Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG), for the younger male on Testosterone Replacement Therapy. Men in their 20’s and 30’s suffering the effects of low testosterone may worry about the possible effects of TRT on fertility and sperm production. For these men, MMI has developed an effective, supplemental treatment—self-administered HCG. HCG is not testosterone, but is a prescription medication given to men on TRT to stimulate male testicular function and reduce fertility concerns.
Longer Term Low-T Treatment
Testosterone/Anastrozole Pellet Therapy
Men’s Medical Institute is now providing pellet therapy for those men seeking the convenience of a less frequent treatment schedule. MMI’s custom designed pellets consist of a bioidentical testosterone and anastrozole (anti-estrogen) blend. Medications are inserted every 4 months, yet provide a consistently-released, physiologic dose of medication.
And, of course, MMI’s pricing is the lowest in the region:
Testosterone (1600 mg) + Anastrozole (18 mg) + Insertion = $695
Testosterone (1200 mg) + Anastrozole (18 mg) + Insertion = $620
All follow-up office visits are included in these fees.
Whether you are just beginning to experience the symptoms of Low-T, or you have been noticing them for years, it’s never too late for you to start turning back the clock.