Suffering from low testosterone, or Low T, can mean that you may have the low testosterone symptoms of fatigue, weakness, poor sleep, poor concentration, decreased strength, loss of muscle mass and decreased libido.
At Mantality, we confirm these symptoms through complex blood tests. Once your labs are completed, we will audit your levels then successfully treat your symptoms with testosterone replacement therapy (TRT). And, while there are many testosterone tests available, our labs will also help determine your free testosterone levels. What is free testosterone? Free testosterone is also known as bioavailable testosterone as it is biologically available testosterone for maximum use by the body.
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Prior to treating you, we perform lab work in order to gather information on your current hormone levels and any underlying health issues that could prevent the start of therapy. Using this data, our physicians will calibrate the correct dosage to be prescribe for you – this process is unique to each patient and their lab work.
After your initial injections, blood work is performed regularly so our licensed physicians can monitor your care to ensure your treatment is going at an optimal rate.
Depending on how your body takes to the testosterone, many patients notice improvements within the first month that they begin therapy. Medically speaking, most of the noticeable, significant changes occur between the 4-6 week intervals. And, it’s usually during your Week 5 labs, when we’ll have a comprehensive understanding of where your testosterone, estradiol, and sex-hormone binding globulin (SHBG) levels stand.
The physicians at Mantality accept insurance for the treatment of testosterone deficiency, or Low T, in order to make it the most affordable option for any man seeking treatment. Putting care within reach of every man who needs treatment is at the heart of this Mantality Health.
Testosterone treatment used to be considered elective or optional. Today we know it is essential. Men suffering with Low T are no different than men suffering with diabetes. A medical condition that is treatable needs proper diagnosis, appropriate medication, and monitoring by specialists. This is exactly what we provide.
The treatments offered by the physicians at Mantality are customized to fit individual testosterone needs with prescription medications that can only be prescribed by licensed practitioners. At Mantality Health, we accept many major insurance providers so before treatment has started, we will check your insurance benefits with your health insurance company to determine your coverage eligibility.
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