*Treatment Options include Routine Injections, Pellet implants, creams and oral supplements*

Testosterone is a hormone that belongs to a group of male hormones called “AndroGens” which are sometimes referred to as steroids or anabolic steroids. It is the primary male sex hormone and plays a key role in the development of male reproductive tissues such as testes and prostate, as well as promoting secondary sexual characteristics such as increased muscle, increased bone mass, and the growth of body hair.

Most men will experience symptoms of low testosterone beginning in their 30s. Some say this occurrence is a natural part of aging, however, this is a misconception as low testosterone is not only commonly diagnosed in older adults but also in patients who are in their 20s, 30, 40s and years beyond.

Common symptoms of Low Testosterone (Low-T) include

  • Decreased Energy
  • Decreased Muscle Mass
  • Loss of bone density and strength
  • Decreased Libido and stamina
  • Poor erection quality
  • Poor concentration and memory
  • Mood changes or feeling depressed
  • Loss of ambition, lack of interest and lack of motivation
  • Lack of sleep
  • Increased body fat or trouble losing body fat
  • Hair loss
  • Increased blood pressure, increased cholesterol and an increase in blood sugar levels

Most men suffering from Low testosterone (Low-T) usually have a feeling of “Loss of Self”. Testosterone Therapy in patients suffering from Low-T can help a man regain his vigor and get back to being himself.

At AndroGenX, our dedicated providers are trained in Hormone Replacement Therapies. We pride ourselves in the understanding of the concept of the uniqueness of every patient as an individual. We look beyond the boundaries of “Cookie Cutter” medicine because there is no “one size that fits all“. We tailor an individualized plan for every patient that is complete with all the necessary medications and extensive routine lab monitoring while on hormone treatment.

We will monitor your testosterone levels as well as your prostate levels (PSA), estrogens, progesterone, growth hormone levels, thyroid levels, hematocrit levels (blood count), Vitamin levels and a variety of other lab testing to ensure your overall wellness. We keep it simple and safe.

If you have been experiencing fatigue, memory lapses or poor concentration, muscle loss, mood swings, lack of motivation or feeling depressed, increased body fat or trouble losing weight, erectile dysfunction/loss of morning erections or decrease in libido, look no further, call AndroGenX today and schedule your initial consultation to speak with one of our experienced providers and begin the journey to regaining your vitality.

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********Treatment Options include Pellet implants, creams and oral supplements*******

Estrogens are a group of steroid hormones which promote the development and maintenance of female characteristics in the body. They play a significant role in the growth and development of female secondary sexual characteristics like breasts development, pubic and armpit hair, and regulate the female menstrual cycle and reproductive system. Estrogens are also vital for cholesterol metabolism and bone density and strength.

When it comes to hormone replacement therapies in females, most practices pay attention solely on estrogens. However, hormonal imbalances in females go far beyond the hormone “estrogen” alone. Other hormones like progesterone, pregnenolone as well as testosterone play an important role in hormone balancing in females; and yes, women do have testosterone as well.

Most women will experience symptoms of hormonal imbalance during the years of peri-menopause and years beyond. An imbalance of these hormones can lead to a range of health problems and undesirable physical changes to include but not limited to –

  • Vaginal Dryness and pain during sexual intercourse
  • Hot flashes and night sweats
  • Poor sleep quality
  • Lack of energy
  • Mood Swings
  • Decreased Libido
  • Lack of motivation, loss of interest and feeling depressed
  • Increased body fat or trouble losing body fat
  • Poor memory, poor concentration and “brain fog”
  • Muscle loss, muscle weakness and bone loss (osteoporosis)
  • Increased blood pressure, increased cholesterol and an increase in blood sugar levels

At AndroGenX, we offer a comprehensive diagnostic approach which evaluates your overall health and wellbeing. Our treatment plans are comprehensive, safe, effective and tailored to the individual needs of each patient.

If you are experiencing any of the symptoms above, call AndroGenX today and schedule your initial consultation to speak with one of our experienced providers. Take control of your health and improve your energy, sleep, mood, memory, mood and libido (sex life).

Erectile dysfunction, “ED” as it is commonly referred to, can be simply defined as the inability of a man to have an erection or to maintain an erection that is firm enough for sexual intercourse.

Erectile dysfunction can be caused by testosterone deficiency, uncontrolled blood pressure, elevated blood sugar level (diabetes), elevated cholesterol levels, obesity (overweight), neurologic illnesses, prescription medications, injury to the male reproductive system or tobacco consumption, just to name a few. Erectile Dysfunction can also be caused by stress, lack of self-esteem (self-worth), state of mind, depression, generalized anxiety and/or performance anxiety.

It is estimated that over 30 million men in America suffer from erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is often perceived as a disease of old age, commonly experienced by men around the of age 50 and beyond. This is a misconception and not always the case as there are many individuals in their 20s, 30s, and 40s suffering from some form of erectile dysfunction, in regard to either experiencing a decrease in libido, trouble getting an erection, trouble maintaining an erection or a combination of all.

Erectile dysfunction is an ongoing issue and can lead to loss of self-esteem and can also contribute to relationship issues between couples.

Erectile dysfunction is often a difficult topic for discussion between couples and even between patients and providers.

At AndroGenX, we are a “judgment-free” zone. Our providers are compassionate and understanding. We are dedicated to evaluating the underlying cause of ED and making recommendations for each patient based on their individual needs.

We offer a variety of treatments to include but not limited to, oral medications, injectable medications, hormone balancing, and control of blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol levels. We are also excited about the upcoming addition of a non-invasive Acoustic Waves Therapy procedure (coming soon) to our list of treatment options for Erectile dysfunction.

About Hormone Pellet Implant

Pellet Hormone implant therapy is a safe and efficient method for optimizing and balancing hormone levels in both men and women. The procedure is done in office, typically 2 to 3 times a year for a better control of symptoms associated with hormone imbalances. In most cases, the procedure can be done on the day of the patient’s initial appointment after a review of the patient’s lab results. Patients are typically able to resume their routine activities on the same day the implant is placed.

Benefits for Men

Improves energy levels

Improves exercise and endurance

improves memory and concentration

Improves mood

Improves sleep

Improves libido

Improves muscle mass and tone

Improves bone strength

Decreases aches and pain in joints and muscles

Benefits for Women

Improves energy levels

Improves bone strength

improves memory and concentration

Improves sleep

Improves mood

Improves libido

Improves muscle mass and tone

Improves bone strength

Eliminates hot flashes and nigh sweats

Eliminates vaginal dryness

Please call our office for more information on how to schedule your initial appointment.

Obesity is diagnosed in individuals with BMIs >30 or a body fat percentage >15% for men and 18% for women. Obesity is the underlying cause of many medical problems. Common problems caused by obesity include but not limited to,

  • Hypertension (High blood pressure)
  • Diabetes (High blood sugar)
  • Hyperlipidemias (Elevated blood cholesterols)
  • Sleep apnea
  • Multiple joint discomfort
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Exercise intolerance and troubled breathing
  • Lack of self-esteem and poor quality of life

Multiple studies have shown that treating obesity alone can resolve almost half, if not all of the medical problems suffered by certain individuals.

At AndroGenX, we pride ourselves in the understanding of the concept of the uniqueness of every patient as an individual. We look beyond the boundaries of “Cookie Cutter” medicine because there is no “one size” that fits all.

Our treatment plans include hormone testing/balancing, oral medications like Phentermine, injectable medications like, Lipo-C injections, Tri-amino injections, HGH peptides injections, HCG injections, and diet educations that will be tailored to your individual need. Obesity management is life long and requires ongoing monitoring and counseling. At AndroGenX, we are a “judgment-free zone”. Our dedicated providers are here to coach you and keep you motivated and focused.

Call AndroGenX today and schedule your initial consultation to speak with one of our experienced providers. Take control of your health!

A Body Composition Analysis is a breakdown of what an individual’s body is composed of in regards to water content, muscle mass, body fat mass, body mass index, visceral fat level (fat around the organs in the body) and basal metabolic rate. A Body Composition Analysis also provides information about the balance between the water content within the cells of the body and the water content around the cells in the body.

In current practice, most Medical Practitioners are gradually pulling away from using BMI measurements as the sole diagnostic criteria for obesity. This is because BMI is a calculation based on an individual’s height and weight but provides no data on what the individual’s weight is composed of.

It may be surprising to learn that not everyone with an elevated BMI is obese.

The most accurate diagnosis for obesity is a Body Composition Analysis which provides a detailed breakdown of what the body is composed of, with recommendations for muscle needs and fat balance.

“We are offering a free* Body Composition Analysis for a limited time only. Give us a call to schedule your free* Body Composition Analysis.”

The Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is a hormone that is produced in the pituitary glands in the brains. It is responsible for growth spurts during adolescence. HGH is essential in regulating body fluids, muscle mass, and bone growth. HGH also plays an important role in blood sugar and fat metabolism.

Synthetic HGH is used for the treatment of certain medical conditions like short stature of unknown etiology and certain genetic or congenital (birth defects) disorders. Synthetic HGH is rarely indicated for use in adults due to the potential of certain undesirable side effects like abnormal cell growth, and a decrease in insulin absorption, just to name a few.

HGH Peptides* are proteins that stimulate the body’s natural ability to produce endogenous (the body’s own natural) growth hormones.

For some individuals, HGH Peptides* therapy can be beneficial for tissue and bone regeneration, sleep enhancement and body fat control. HGH Peptides* are also beneficial for muscle healing and injury recovery.

At AndroGenX, our trained providers are experienced in HGH Peptides* therapy for different peptides combinations. We monitor all the necessary levels to ensure that therapy is supervised safely and efficiently.

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Growth hormone disorders are conditions in which the body does not produce the right amount of growth hormone, which is responsible for cell reproduction. This disorder can affect people of all ages, although it is most common in infants and children. Growth hormone disorders can be treated using hormone replacement therapy, or HRT. It is important for HRT patients to select a pharmacy that is familiar with growth hormones. Traditional human growth hormone replacement is administered via once-daily injections. Unfortunately, less invasive preparations, such as pills, lozenges, creams, and suppositories are not effective for human growth hormone treatment.

Did you know…

that human growth hormone (HGH) is produced by the pituitary gland? The amount of HGH produced usually depends on a person’s age and gender. When HGH levels are too low, it can affect growth and development in children, as well as mental acuity and memory in adults. Left untreated, this condition can permanently stunt a child’s height and delay or prevent the onset of puberty.

Frequently Asked Questions

Should I visit a compounding pharmacy for my human growth hormone prescription?

You should consider visiting a specialty growth hormone pharmacy if you or your child has a growth hormone disorder for which you have been prescribed hormone replacement therapy. Be sure to transfer all of your medications to the same pharmacy to allow your pharmacist to monitor drug interactions and potential side effects.

What should I expect from a HGH pharmacy specializing in compounding?

Your pharmacist will work closely with your doctor to develop a formulation that is right for you. You can expect your pharmacist to ask questions about your experience with various medications and previous formulations in order to adapt to your needs. Specialty pharmacists will never change the dosing amount of HGH in a prescription, but they may reformulate conventional dosing methods to accommodate for patient comfort and necessity. For example, your pharmacist may be able to integrate anti-nausea medication into your HGH prescription to alleviate any nausea caused by treatment.

Is there anything I should discuss with my pharmacist?

Yes. You should tell your pharmacist about any allergies you have to supplements, foods, medications, and other substances. You should also inform your pharmacist about any prescriptions, vitamins, or supplements you currently take.

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