Testosterone Replacement Therapy

The first hormone that comes to mind for males is Testosterone.  Low Testosterone or “Low T” is a lower-than-normal level of the male hormone testosterone that can affect men in a variety of ways. It can also have a number of potential causes, including:

Advancing Age (Most common)


Type 2 diabetes


Testicular injury

Chronic disease of the liver or kidneys

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (or other lung disease)

Disorders of the pituitary gland

Radiation or chemotherapy treatment

If you’re over 30, your testosterone level may be declining and you need your level checked.  Advanced age is the most common reason for Low T and that’s because most men begin to experience a decline in testosterone, even a gradual one, after age 30. Generally, testosterone levels peak during adolescence or early adulthood, and it’s pretty much all downhill from there. The older you become, the lower your T levels, and it’s faster for some men than for others.  Low T can sneak up on some men as they gradually decline and then they accept their current health, performance, and stamina instead of demanding the same vitality that they had in their 20s.

At Ageless Rx, we treat Low T with hormone replacement therapy and we do it differently than most other medical clinics. We customize the treatment and dose to each man’s individual needs—as informed by lab tests and symptoms. We only use bioidentical hormones for hormone replacement. We also differ from the typical hormone treatment protocol by testing continually and varying the dose as our patient’s T levels rise and fall, because they do and thus our patients usually do not just stay on the same dose for life. By continually and actively monitoring patients and adjusting treatment, we minimize any potential risk and help most men achieve a marked, positive change and a reinvigorated life and sense of wellbeing.

While erectile dysfunction can be helped dramatically by hormone replacement, we also can help improve erectile function and sexual performance with assessing and improving Nitric Oxide levels as well as using Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) penile shot.

Whatever the reason or reasons behind it, Low T can cause or contribute to a number of conditions that disrupt men’s lives and can affect their productivity, relationships and sense of worth or self-identity. These include:

Decreased libido or loss of interest in sex

Erectile dysfunction

Poor sleep

Disinterest or lack of motivation

Mood changes



Muscle weakness or loss of muscle mass

Reduction in energy levels

Memory or concentration problems

Weight gain


High cholesterol



DHEA is a hormone secreted by nerve tissue and the adrenal glands. It is an endocrine precursor to other hormones (Testosterone, Progesterone, and Estrogen). This is one of our stress hormones and is a backup to the cortisol production in our bodies.  DHEA levels fall with age but maintaining an optimal level helps:


Reduce cardiovascular disease

Improve mood & well being

Decrease cholesterol and body fat

Prevent osteoporosis

Improve sleep

Improve Autoimmune Disease e.g. FDA approved for lupus

Improve erectile dysfunction

Protect against insulin resistance

Boost immune system

Modulate Neurotransmitters

Prevent diabetes/obesity

Improve depressive symptoms

Decrease accumulation of abdominal fat



Pregnenolone is a steroid hormone synthesized from cholesterol and naturally found in the brain, gonads, and adrenal gland. It is the precursor to DHEA, estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. Pregnenolone is an imperative “brain-supporting” hormone that often decreases with age, leading to memory decline, mood changes, stress and anxiety. Replenishing Pregnenolone levels can lead to improved stress, balanced mood, memory function, better sleep and less anxiety



Medical studies show that if estrogen levels are too high and testosterone too low, the risk of having a stroke or coronary artery disease is doubled.


Human Growth Hormone (HGH)

Human growth hormone is a peptide hormone produced naturally in the pituitary gland. It helps with cell growth and healing. Improving deep sleep and increasing certain forms of exercise can naturally raise HGH levels.  If we need to use a RX, we usually start Sermorelin. Sermorelin is subcutaneous (SQ) injections given daily at home. It is more cost effective than using HGH injections is highly effective at raising the HGH level.


Some of the benefits associated with increasing HGH – for those with HGH deficiencies or for healthy adults as they age – may include:


Increased energy / endurance / exercise capacity

Larger muscle mass

Reduced risk of diabetes

Improved Sleep

Better sex life

Lower blood pressure

Less body fat

Increased bone density



Our staff has a lot of experience dealing with Sermorelin and HGH health issues. We can’t wait to have you as a patient and get you feeling younger.