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How does the Low-T treatment at REGENX Health work?


At REGENX Health, we aim to provide a comprehensive, affordable, and convenient online experience that gets you performing better.

Receiving treatment for low testosterone is easy, convenient, and provided by experts in men’s health. Your treatment is provided, guided, and monitored by a board-certified urologist and specialist. You will meet the doctor during every online visit, ensuring you’re a receiving expert attention to detail alongside leading, cutting-edge testosterone replacement therapy.

New REGENX Health members can expect to follow this timeline when getting started:

  1. Fill out an online medical assessment, which will be reviewed by our urologic physicians. This assessment helps our REGENX Health physicians better understand your medical history, symptoms, and therapy expectations, which will drive our customized treatment protocols and optimize your results.
  2. Schedule an online visit with a REGENX Health urologic physician. After our physicians review your assessment, a REGENX Health liaison will schedule your online visit with us as well as help you obtain comprehensive lab work and make an appointment for a physical examination where you live.
    • Members can obtain lab work from several locations local to their home or office. Our staff provide you instructions and help guide you through, ensuring an easy, timely process.
    • Members who have had recent lab work (from the last three months) may be able to proceed to the online physician visit sooner.
  3. Attend your online physician visit. During your initial consultation, you and a REGENX Health physician will review your lab work, medical history, and physical examination via our REGENX Health telemedicine platform.
    • We utilize a HIPPAcompliant telemedicine online platform that allows our members to “meet” face-to-face with a board-certified urologist during every visit.
    • Our platform is accessible by smartphone or computer, without downloading any software or apps. Only an internet connection is needed.
    • During your consultation, if your physician confirms your candidacy for therapy, medication with all necessary supplies are mailed discreetly.
  4. Begin your customized testosterone treatment. Your health and safety are our priority, which is why we include in your treatment an additional virtual session with the physician to show you how to mix the medication, utilize sterile injection or application technique, and store your supplies correctly for no additional charge.
  5. Schedule a follow-up online visit. Follow-up online visits with your REGENX Health physician include lab work every 3-6 months. Our goal is to enhance your performance and health so you can achieve your goals.




How is REGENX Health different from other online service providers?


REGENX Health is different from other online and Low-T clinics. We take pride in educating you about the therapy you are undergoing. In our experience, the more you know about your health and testosterone levels, the better results you will obtain.

Here’s what makes REGENX Health stand out:

  • Your healthcare is always expert. That’s because every virtual meeting you’ll have is with a boardcertified urologist who specializes in testosterone replacement therapy and men’s health. Other online or Low-T clinics rely on mid-level health providers, nurse practitioners, or non-urologic physicians.
  • Your health and treatment are always physicianguided, in order to ensure your health and optimize your performance results. Each visit with a physician, scheduled every three months via video teleconference, provides a personable and convenient experience for our members, so we get to know you and you get to know us. (This timing is significantly more frequent than other providers.) Know that your testosterone therapy, management, and concerns will always be fully addressed.
  • Our pricing is always inclusive. Unlike other online or LowT clinics, there are no hidden fees or surprise prices. Your low, monthly investment includes everything you’ll need during your testosterone therapy:
    • Online physician visits
    • Medications
    • Supplies
    • Delivery
    • Comprehensive lab work

As always, there are no long-term commitment requirements, so you can cancel anytime. All medication and supplies are mailed discreetly to your home or office. Unlike other providers, you’ll never have to visit a clinic weekly to get an injection. Instead, your labs are performed on your time at a location most convenient to you and you’ll handle your personalized treatment in your own time and privacy.




What supplies are included in the testosterone service?


REGENX Health provides all necessary care, therapy monitoring, and supplies you will need in order to undergo successful testosterone replacement therapy. The following are supplies included in your testosterone therapy:

  • Testosterone medication
  • Supplies
  • Alcohol prep pads
  • Band aids

For men who are also on Human Chorionic Gonadotropic (HCG) treatment, sterile bacteriostatic water and mixing supplies are also included with your necessary testosterone supplies.




How much does testosterone replacement therapy cost?


Your initial consultation with a REGENX Health physician is only $299. This consultation includes:

  • A physician review of your medical history and current conditions
  • A virtual video meeting with the physician
  • Review of your comprehensive lab work and physical (performed locally)
  • Discussion about testosterone, including benefits, drawbacks, and whether you’re a good candidate for the therapy
  • A personalized testosterone replacement regimen

Should you qualify as a good candidate and move forward with testosterone replacement therapy, the cost of the program is $350 per month, which includes:

  • All testosterone therapy medications
  • All necessary supplies
  • Delivery of medication and supplies
  • Comprehensive lab work every 3 months (or sooner, per physician discretion)
  • Virtual video meeting with your REGENX Health physician every three months
  • Estrogen management
  • HCG management (if needed)




What do I need to know before starting testosterone therapy?


Before undergoing testosterone therapy, your physician should make sure you’re aware of the following information:

  • Low testosterone is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease.
  • Testosterone therapy may result in improvements in erectile function, low sex drive, anemia, bone mineral density, lean body mass, and depressive symptoms.
  • Evidence is inconclusive on whether testosterone therapy improves cognitive functions, diabetic control, fatigue, lipid parameters, and quality of life measures.
  • The longterm use of testosterone therapy can impact spermatogenesis (sperm production).
  • No current evidence links testosterone therapy to the development of prostate cancer.
  • A man with testosterone deficiency and a history of prostate cancer should know there is a lack of quality evidence to quantify the riskbenefit ratio of receiving testosterone.
  • No definitive evidence links testosterone therapy to a higher incidence of VTE (venothrombolic events).
  • At this time, it is uncertain whether testosterone therapy increases or decreases the risk of cardiovascular events, such as myocardial infarction, stroke, cardiovascularrelated death, or all-cause mortality.
  • Positive lifestyle changes are an effective treatment strategy to raise testosterone levels. Reducing stress, eating healthy, losing weight, and getting adequate quality sleep can significantly improve a man’s testosterone levels naturally.




How should I take testosterone?


Take testosterone exactly as prescribed by your physician or healthcare professional. Never share testosterone with others, even if their symptoms are similar, as it may cause serious harm.




How do I inject testosterone safely?


See REGENX Health testosterone injection page.




What is the best way to store testosterone?


Keep testosterone at room temperature, between 59°F and 85°F (15-30°C). Always store testosterone and all medications out of reach from children.





Testosterone Safety Information

Is testosterone approved by the FDA?


Testosterone injection is approved by the FDA for replacement therapy in the male conditions specifically associated with symptoms of hypogonadism (deficiency or absence of endogenous testosterone).

There are two types of low or absent endogenous (internal or naturally occurring) testosterone:

  • Primary hypogonadism (congenital or acquired): testicular failure due to cryptorchidism, bilateral torsion, orchitis, vanishing testis syndrome; or orchidectomy.
  • Secondary/Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (congenital or acquired): gonadotropin or LHRH deficiency, or pituitary-hypothalamic injury from tumors, trauma, or radiation.




Is testosterone approved for other uses?


The FDA has not specifically approved testosterone (cypionate) in men with hypogonadism due to aging (late-onset hypogonadism) because the safety and efficacy have not been established.




Why is there an FDA label warning about hypogonadism (low testosterone)?


The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cautions that prescription testosterone products are approved only for men who have low testosterone levels caused by certain medical conditions. The FDA recommends that health care professionals prescribe testosterone therapy only for men with low testosterone levels caused by certain medical conditions and confirmed by laboratory tests. The benefit and safety of such medications have not been established for treating low testosterone levels due to aging, even if a man’s symptoms seem related to low testosterone.

As such, the FDA requires the manufacturers of all approved prescription testosterone products to change their labeling to clarify the approved uses of these medications and to add information on the labeling about a possible increased risk of heart attacks and strokes in patients taking testosterone.

The FDA approves testosterone for replacement therapy only for men who have low testosterone levels due to disorders of the testicles, pituitary gland, or brain that cause a condition called hypogonadism. Examples of these disorders include failure of the testicles to produce testosterone because of genetic problems, or damage from chemotherapy or infection.

In addition, based on the available evidence from published studies and expert input from an Advisory Committee FDA has concluded that there is a possible increased cardiovascular risk associated with testosterone use. These studies included aging men treated with testosterone. Some studies reported an increased risk of heart attack, stroke, or death associated with testosterone treatment, while others did not.

The FDA recommends that health care professionals make patients aware of this possible risk when deciding whether to start or continue a patient on testosterone therapy.

Patients using testosterone should seek medical attention immediately if symptoms of a heart attack or stroke are present, such as:

  • Chest pain
  • Shortness of breath or trouble breathing
  • Weakness in one part or one side of the body
  • Slurred speech




What does off-label use mean?


Off-label use refers to the practice of prescribing a medication for a condition other than the medication is intended or approved to treat. A healthcare provider may prescribe a medication for a different condition or a different dosage other than what’s approved by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA), if medically appropriate for the patient.




Does testosterone cause any drug reactions?


Androgens, including testosterone, can increase sensitivity to oral anticoagulants (blood thinners). You may need to reduce your dosage of anticoagulant in order to maintain satisfactory improvement in your hypoprothrombinemia.

The metabolic effects of androgens in diabetic patients may decreased blood glucose, resulting in a change in insulin requirements.




What warnings are associated with taking testosterone?


The use of androgens, including testosterone, can increase hypercalcemia in immobilized patients. If this occurs, stop taking the drug immediately.

Prolonged use of high doses of androgens has been associated with life-threatening complications including the development of:

  • Hepatic adenomas
  • Hepatocellular carcinoma
  • Peliosis hepatis

If you experience pain, edema, or warmth and erythema in your lower extremities, or acute shortness of breath, seek medical help immediately.

Edema, with or without congestive heart failure, may be a serious complication in patients with pre-existing cardiac, renal or hepatic disease.

Long term clinical safety trials have not been conducted to assess the cardiovascular outcomes of testosterone replacement therapy in men. To date, epidemiologic studies and randomized controlled trials have been inconclusive for determining the risk of major adverse cardiovascular events (MACE), such as: non-fatal myocardial infarction, non-fatal stroke, and cardiovascular death, with the use of testosterone compared to non-use.

Some studies, but not all, have reported an increased risk of MACE in association with use of testosterone replacement therapy in men. Patients should be informed of this possible risk when deciding whether to use or to continue to use DEPO-Testosterone (testosterone cypionate).

Testosterone has been subject to abuse, typically at doses higher than recommended for the approved indication and in combination with other anabolic androgenic steroids.

This drug has not been shown to be safe and effective for the enhancement of athletic performance. Because of the potential risk of serious adverse health effects, this drug should not be used for such purpose.




What are the side effects of testosterone?


Common and uncommon side effects of testosterone and other androgens may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Endocrine and urogenital conditions such as gynecomastia, excessive frequency and duration of penile erections, and oligospermia (low sperm count)
  • Skin and appendages conditions such as hirsutism, male pattern of baldness, seborrhea, and acne
  • Cardiovascular disorders such as myocardial infarction and stroke.
  • Fluid and electrolyte disturbances such as retention of sodium, chloride, water, potassium, calcium, and inorganic phosphates
  • Gastrointestinal conditions such as nausea, cholestatic jaundice, alterations in liver function tests, rarely hepatocellular neoplasms, and peliosis hepatis
  • Hematologic conditions such as the suppression of clotting factors II, V, VII, and X, bleeding in patients on concomitant anticoagulant therapy, and polycythemia
  • Nervous system conditions such as an increased or decreased libido, headache, anxiety, depression, and generalized paresthesia
  • Allergic reactions or hypersensitivity, including skin manifestations and anaphylactoid reactions
  • Vascular disorders including venous thromboembolism
  • Special conditions such as rare cases of central serous chorioretinopathy (CSCR)
  • Miscellaneous conditions such as inflammation and pain at the site of intramuscular injection




How long does testosterone stay active in my body?


The half-life of testosterone cypionate when injected intramuscularly is approximately eight days.




How often should I take testosterone?


Testosterone esters are less polar than free testosterone. Testosterone esters in oil injected intramuscularly are absorbed slowly from the lipid phase; thus, testosterone cypionate can be given at intervals of 2-4 weeks. Your REGENX Health physician will determine your custom regimen based on your health goals and therapy expectations.




What medications interfere with (are contraindicated with) testosterone?


Do not take testosterone if any of the following conditions apply to you:

  • A known hypersensitivity to testosterone
  • Current carcinoma of the breast
  • Current or suspected carcinoma of the prostate gland
  • Serious cardiac, hepatic, or renal disease




What does my healthcare provider need to know before I take testosterone?


Testosterone is not right for everyone. Only your healthcare provider and you can decide if testosterone is right for you. Your physician or healthcare provider must know all medications and non-prescription drugs or medicines you are currently taking.




Is testosterone a controlled substance?


Testosterone is a Schedule III controlled substance per the Controlled Substances Act.




Is it possible to abuse or misuse testosterone?


Abuse and misuse of testosterone has been seen in both male and female adults and children. Drug abuse is defined as the intentional and non-therapeutic use of any drug in order to feel the rewarding psychological and physiological effects. Drug abuse can occur once or over repeated use over any length of time.

Testosterone may be abused by athletes and bodybuilders in particularly, often in combination with other anabolic androgen steroids (AAS) and/or obtained by methods other than by prescription from a pharmacy. There are reported of misuse by men taking higher doses of legally obtained testosterone than prescribed and/or continuing testosterone despite adverse events or against medical advice.

Individuals who abuse testosterone or other AAS have reported serious adverse reactions including:

  • Cardiac arrest
  • Myocardial infarction
  • Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Cerebrovascular accident
  • Hepatotoxicity
  • Serious psychiatric manifestations, including major depression, mania, paranoia, psychosis, delusions, hallucinations, hostility, and aggression

Men in particular have reported:

  • Transient ischemic attacks
  • Convulsions
  • Hypomania
  • Irritability
  • Dyslipidemias
  • Testicular atrophy
  • Subfertility
  • Infertility

Women have reported:

  • Hirsutism
  • Virilization
  • Deepening of voice
  • Clitoral enlargement
  • Breast atrophy
  • Malepattern baldness
  • Menstrual irregularities

Male and female adolescents have reported the premature closure of bony epiphyses with termination of growth, and precocious (early onset) puberty.

Note that these reactions are reported voluntarily from a population of uncertain size and may include abuse of other agents. As such, it is not possible to reliably estimate their frequency or establish a causal relationship to drug exposure.




Who should I contact if I have a reaction to testosterone?


If you experience serious side effects such as fainting, heart attack, or significant allergic reaction, seek immediate medical help by calling 911.




Who should not take testosterone?


Testosterone is not right for everyone. Only your healthcare provider and you can decide if testosterone is right for you. Only those who have specifically been prescribed testosterone should take it. Never share testosterone with others, even if their symptoms are similar, as it may cause serious harm.





Testosterone FAQs

How does the Low-T treatment at REGENX Health work?


At REGENX Health, we aim to provide a comprehensive, affordable, and convenient online experience that gets you performing better.

Receiving treatment for low testosterone is easy, convenient, and provided by experts in men’s health. Your treatment is provided, guided, and monitored by a board-certified urologist and specialist. You will meet the doctor during every online visit, ensuring you’re a receiving expert attention to detail alongside leading, cutting-edge testosterone replacement therapy.

New REGENX Health members can expect to follow this timeline when getting started:

  1. Fill out an online medical assessment, which will be reviewed by our urologic physicians. This assessment helps our REGENX Health physicians better understand your medical history, symptoms, and therapy expectations, which will drive our customized treatment protocols and optimize your results.
  2. Schedule an online visit with a REGENX Health urologic physician. After our physicians review your assessment, a REGENX Health liaison will schedule your online visit with us as well as help you obtain comprehensive lab work and make an appointment for a physical examination where you live.
    • Members can obtain lab work from several locations local to their home or office. Our staff provide you instructions and help guide you through, ensuring an easy, timely process.
    • Members who have had recent lab work (from the last three months) may be able to proceed to the online physician visit sooner.
  3. Attend your online physician visit. During your initial consultation, you and a REGENX Health physician will review your lab work, medical history, and physical examination via our REGENX Health telemedicine platform.
    • We utilize a HIPPAcompliant telemedicine online platform that allows our members to “meet” face-to-face with a board-certified urologist during every visit.
    • Our platform is accessible by smartphone or computer, without downloading any software or apps. Only an internet connection is needed.
    • During your consultation, if your physician confirms your candidacy for therapy, medication with all necessary supplies are mailed discreetly.
  4. Begin your customized testosterone treatment. Your health and safety are our priority, which is why we include in your treatment an additional virtual session with the physician to show you how to mix the medication, utilize sterile injection or application technique, and store your supplies correctly for no additional charge.
  5. Schedule a follow-up online visit. Follow-up online visits with your REGENX Health physician include lab work every 3-6 months. Our goal is to enhance your performance and health so you can achieve your goals.




How is REGENX Health different from other online service providers?


REGENX Health is different from other online and Low-T clinics. We take pride in educating you about the therapy you are undergoing. In our experience, the more you know about your health and testosterone levels, the better results you will obtain.

Here’s what makes REGENX Health stand out:

  • Your healthcare is always expert. That’s because every virtual meeting you’ll have is with a boardcertified urologist who specializes in testosterone replacement therapy and men’s health. Other online or Low-T clinics rely on mid-level health providers, nurse practitioners, or non-urologic physicians.
  • Your health and treatment are always physicianguided, in order to ensure your health and optimize your performance results. Each visit with a physician, scheduled every three months via video teleconference, provides a personable and convenient experience for our members, so we get to know you and you get to know us. (This timing is significantly more frequent than other providers.) Know that your testosterone therapy, management, and concerns will always be fully addressed.
  • Our pricing is always inclusive. Unlike other online or LowT clinics, there are no hidden fees or surprise prices. Your low, monthly investment includes everything you’ll need during your testosterone therapy:
    • Online physician visits
    • Medications
    • Supplies
    • Delivery
    • Comprehensive lab work

As always, there are no long-term commitment requirements, so you can cancel anytime. All medication and supplies are mailed discreetly to your home or office. Unlike other providers, you’ll never have to visit a clinic weekly to get an injection. Instead, your labs are performed on your time at a location most convenient to you and you’ll handle your personalized treatment in your own time and privacy.




What supplies are included in the testosterone service?


REGENX Health provides all necessary care, therapy monitoring, and supplies you will need in order to undergo successful testosterone replacement therapy. The following are supplies included in your testosterone therapy:

  • Testosterone medication
  • Supplies
  • Alcohol prep pads
  • Band aids

For men who are also on Human Chorionic Gonadotropic (HCG) treatment, sterile bacteriostatic water and mixing supplies are also included with your necessary testosterone supplies.




How much does testosterone replacement therapy cost?


Your initial consultation with a REGENX Health physician is only $299. This consultation includes:

  • A physician review of your medical history and current conditions
  • A virtual video meeting with the physician
  • Review of your comprehensive lab work and physical (performed locally)
  • Discussion about testosterone, including benefits, drawbacks, and whether you’re a good candidate for the therapy
  • A personalized testosterone replacement regimen

Should you qualify as a good candidate and move forward with testosterone replacement therapy, the cost of the program is $350 per month, which includes:

  • All testosterone therapy medications
  • All necessary supplies
  • Delivery of medication and supplies
  • Comprehensive lab work every 3 months (or sooner, per physician discretion)
  • Virtual video meeting with your REGENX Health physician every three months
  • Estrogen management
  • HCG management (if needed)




What do I need to know before starting testosterone therapy?


Before undergoing testosterone therapy, your physician should make sure you’re aware of the following information:

  • Low testosterone is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease.
  • Testosterone therapy may result in improvements in erectile function, low sex drive, anemia, bone mineral density, lean body mass, and depressive symptoms.
  • Evidence is inconclusive on whether testosterone therapy improves cognitive functions, diabetic control, fatigue, lipid parameters, and quality of life measures.
  • The longterm use of testosterone therapy can impact spermatogenesis (sperm production).
  • No current evidence links testosterone therapy to the development of prostate cancer.
  • A man with testosterone deficiency and a history of prostate cancer should know there is a lack of quality evidence to quantify the riskbenefit ratio of receiving testosterone.
  • No definitive evidence links testosterone therapy to a higher incidence of VTE (venothrombolic events).
  • At this time, it is uncertain whether testosterone therapy increases or decreases the risk of cardiovascular events, such as myocardial infarction, stroke, cardiovascularrelated death, or all-cause mortality.
  • Positive lifestyle changes are an effective treatment strategy to raise testosterone levels. Reducing stress, eating healthy, losing weight, and getting adequate quality sleep can significantly improve a man’s testosterone levels naturally.




How should I take testosterone?


Take testosterone exactly as prescribed by your physician or healthcare professional. Never share testosterone with others, even if their symptoms are similar, as it may cause serious harm.




How do I inject testosterone safely?


See REGENX Health testosterone injection page.




What is the best way to store testosterone?


Keep testosterone at room temperature, between 59°F and 85°F (15-30°C). Always store testosterone and all medications out of reach from children.





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