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Ultimate Male provides physician guided testosterone optimization. For candidate patients, testosterone may be replaced using a safe and effective treatment plan. We use laboratory testing to guide your optimal testosterone level and keep you there.
If you don't have the energy to get through the day, if you can't remember the last time you and your spouse had sexual intercourse, and notice your relationships and work are suffering; it may be your testosterone levels affecting your ability to live your best life.
As we age, natural testosterone levels decline, but low testosterone can also be caused by many issues, including medical conditions, obesity, poor diet, alcohol use/abuse, stress, and anxiety. If you notice any of the following symptoms, you may be a candidate for Testosterone Replacement Therapy.
Low testosterone may also be contributing to health conditions such as obesity, high cholesterol, diabetes, and high blood pressure. If you have a medical condition, your physician will help you determine if this therapy is appropriate.
Testosterone Replacement Therapy works to replenish your testosterone levels back to an optimal level for you and maintain them at a safe level through regular blood testing.
For your initial blood test, we are looking to establish a baseline or what appears to be a "normal" level for you. Testosterone levels typically range from 300-1000 units in men. While many in the medical community look at 300 as the 'magic' number, men can be symptomatic at higher levels. Our physicians use laboratory data to establish your optimal range and keep you there.
The appropriate diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of low testosterone require taking into account some of the following:
Once you have completed your tests, with one of our physicians, we will meet and discuss any symptoms you have been experiencing. We'll also determine your plan to treat these symptoms, including TRT, if necessary. Here are some of the things we're looking for:
Your initial consultation is free. Any additional out-of-pocket costs would be discussed before any procedures.
In order to have TRT covered by insurance, typically you need to reach 300 units beforehand. This can depend on the insurance company you're with, but we'll take a look before treatment.
The cost is determined by your specific insurance plan. There will be deductibles, co-pays, and out-of-pocket expenses that you will have to pay. As part of the transition therapy regimen, we'll discuss payment options that cover deductibles and co-pays.
If insurance elects not to cover treatment, elective treatment is still an option. We will discuss affordable cash payment options during your follow-up consultation.
We are in-network with many major health insurance providers (except for Medicare and Medicaid). We can check your coverage before treatment.
Whether covering deductibles, co-pays, out-of-pocket costs for insurance or you are paying cash for treatment, we accept all payment form including HSAs, Flex Spending, debit/credit cards, cash and checks.