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Invigor Medical stands out as one of the most prominent men’s health providers online, and now our clients can get Testosterone Replacement Therapy online. Our understanding of Men’s health is second to none. Invigor has gained the trust of our patients to receive top level care. When you buy testosterone online from Invigor Medical, we take care of the rest. We order blood work, review your medical history and lab results, and one of our doctors will diagnose and prescribe medications as needed.
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TRT Pricing

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All shots are pre-loaded with Testosterone Cypionate.
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TRT Subscription

250$

/ Month
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Credited towards your first months subscription.

What is Included?

  • LAB WORK: All lab work is covered as part of your monthly subscription.
  • MEDICAL CONSULTS: Discuss your TRT program with our medical staff at any time.
  • TESTOSTERONE: All of your medications are also covered by us.
  • ESTROGEN CONTROL: For some patients, an estrogen control medication may be necessary but your price remains the same.

What we need from you

INITIAL LAB WORK

After lab work is ordered through Invigor Medical, we will coordinate blood work at a facility local to you.

MEDICAL HISTORY

Complete and submit our secure online medical history form.

CONSULT WITH PRACTITIONER

After the lab results are received, you will consult with one of our licensed practitioners.

Signs you need testosterone

Below is a list of some of the effects of low testosterone.

Symptoms of Low Testosterone

Low testosterone levels can cause a combination of the following symptoms.

Symptoms:

  • Low Sex Drive
  • Insomnia
  • Fatigue
  • Brain Fog
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Muscle Loss
  • Weight Gain
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Poor Concentration
  • Thinning Hair

If you are experiencing any of the symptoms above, getting hormones tested is the next step to determining if TRT is right for you.

Where do I Start?

Start by getting your hormone levels checked

If you are experiencing some of the effects of low testosterone, such as increased low energy, increased fat, decreased strength and muscle mass, or low libido, you can get tested in a lab close to you, by ordering one of our male hormone test panels.

Choose from one of the tests below

Advanced Male Hormone Test – $150

Credited toward your first months subscription

Testing for:

Testosterone Estrogen Complete Metabolic Panel Complete Blood Count Lipid Panel Prostate-specific Antigen (PSA)

Thyroid (T3, T4, TSH) Iron Vitamin D3 Luteinizing Hormone(LH)

Order the Advanced Male Hormone Test from Invigor Medical to see if testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is right for you. The Advanced Male Hormone Test not only provides information about your homrones, but insight on a number of other potential issues that might be contributing to symptoms you may have. After your blood test order has been placed, our staff will schedule a time to go into one of our partnered labs to get your blood drawn. Check the map below to see which states we currently offer TRT to.

Symptoms:

  • Low Sex drive
  • Low Energy
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Muscle Loss
  • Weight Gain
  • Depression
  • Anxiety

Which States Do We Serve?

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TRT with Invigor Medical

Testosterone is a very powerful hormone for men. It influences sex drive, muscle mass, strength, fat loss, and energy. When you work with Invigor Medical, all medications come from US Based, FDA-Approved Pharmacies. Upon request, Invigor Medical can provide a proof of purity for any of our medications.
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Getting Started!

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Blood Work

We will order your blood work so you can head to the lab to get your blood drawn.

Fill out forms

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Medical Consultation

After getting your blood work done, our office will contact you to schedule a telehealth consultation.

Get Your Items

We will order all of your medications and supplies, and have them shipped directly to you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why is testosterone prescribed?
Testosterone is prescribed to treat low testosterone levels. Lifestyle factors, aging and certain medical conditions can affect the production of testosterone in the male. Clients who test low for testosterone can buy testosterone online when they sign up to get Testosterone Replacement Therapy Online.
What is the success rate of this medication?
Testosterone injections supplement the natural testosterone hormone in the male. If testosterone levels are low, testosterone supplementation will correct this deficiency.
Is there anything I should know about what this medication cannot treat?
Testosterone injections do not stimulate sperm production, increase testis size, or restore fertility.
Are there any secondary uses for this medication?
Testosterone injections are used to treat many disorders that result in decreased production of testosterone.
How should this medication be used?
Depending on the preparation you are prescribed, either an intramuscular preparation injected every week or every two weeks, or a patch or gel preparation applied daily.
What is the typical dosage range for this medication?
Testosterone enanthate or cypionate is typically dosed at 100-200 mg intramuscularly every two weeks. Alternatives include a testosterone patch 2 mg or 4 mg daily or testosterone gel 2.5 g daily.
How long does it take for Testosterone to start working?

Intramuscular injections of testosterone have been used for decades to treat low testosterone levels. After treatment is started, serum testosterone levels generally rise above the normal range for 1 to 3 days and then gradually decrease to the lower end of the normal range over two weeks. The extreme rise and fall of testosterone levels may cause symptoms in some men, which may require a dosage adjustment. The half-life of a testosterone dosage injected into the muscle is approximately eight days (FDA, n.d.).

Most men notice an improvement in their symptoms within four to six weeks. Changes in muscle mass may not occur for three to six months.

How long do the effects of this medication typically last?
Testosterone replacement therapy is a lifelong treatment. If you stop taking the medication, testosterone levels will drop to the pretreatment levels.
Are there any special precautions for using this medication?

Testosterone injections are not recommended in anyone with the following conditions:

  • Untreated obstructive sleep apnea
  • A baseline hematocrit in the high normal range
  • Severe edema
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Severe lower urinary tract symptoms such as a decreased ability to urinate due to benign prostatic hypertrophy
  • Known allergy or hypersensitivity to testosterone injection
  • Males with breast cancer
  • Males with known or suspected prostate gland cancer
  • Women who are pregnant
  • Anyone with serious heart, liver, or kidney disease (FDA, n. d.)
Are there any special dietary instructions I should follow?
There are no special dietary instructions when using intramuscular testosterone injections.
What side effects can testosterone cause?
Side effects may vary depending on the preparation used. Intramuscular injection can cause slight pain, bleeding, or bruise formation at the site of injection. Testosterone patches can cause local skin redness, irritation, itching, and rashes. Report any nausea, vomiting, skin color changes, ankle swelling, and too frequent or persistent erections of the penis to your health care provider (FDA, n.d.). When using testosterone gel, care must be taken not to expose women and children to the medication.
How is this testosterone stored?
Store at 20° to 25°C (68° to 77°F) room temperature. Protect from light.
How should this medication or syringes be disposed of?
Ask your health care provider or pharmacist how this medication should be disposed of appropriately.

Precautions & Side Effects of Testosterone Therapy

  • Excessive production of red blood cells
    A baseline and follow-up hematocrit is recommended. A study reported in the August 2015 Mayo Clinic Proceedings showed no link between testosterone replacement therapy and blood clots. A study comparing 2,422 former and active duty military members receiving testosterone replacement therapy showed no significant difference between the treatment and control groups for blood clots. The same study found that men receiving testosterone supplementation had a small but statistically significant decrease in cardiovascular risk when compared to those not on testosterone supplementation therapy. The authors point out that most studies looking at cardiovascular risk with testosterone supplementation are conducted on older men with comorbid disease. In this study, the average age was 52, and the study participants were considered healthy (Cole et al., 2018).
  • Increased growth of noncancerous prostate tumors or growth of already present prostate cancer
    There is no evidence that testosterone treatment causes prostate cancer. A baseline and follow-up PSA level and digital rectal exam are recommended (Kronenberg et al., 2016).
  • Obstructive sleep apnea
    Monitor for increased daytime sleepiness, snoring, and frequent awakening at night. Obstructive sleep apnea occurs at higher rates when using some injectable testosterone preparations that have the potential to cause fluctuating testosterone levels (Cole et al., 2018).
  • Decreased fertility
    Testosterone supplementation may decrease the production of sperm, which will adversely impact fertility.
  • A slight decrease in high-density lipoprotein levels
    The effect of which is inconclusive. A study reported at the 2015 American Heart Association Scientific Sessions involving 1,472 men aged 52 to 63 with low testosterone levels and without a history of heart disease showed that men who received testosterone replacement therapy did not have a higher risk of heart attacks, stroke, or death (Intermountain Medical Center, 2015).

Testosterone Replacement Therapy Details

Testosterone is a male sex hormone that is produced by the testes. Androgens, such as testosterone, are responsible for the normal growth and development of male sex organs and the maintenance of secondary sex characteristics. Besides their effects on the sex organs, androgens have also been reported to increase overall muscle mass and increase the production of red blood cells.

Normally, testosterone levels are maintained by a tightly controlled feedback loop that involves the brain, the pituitary gland, and the testes. Hypogonadism is a disorder that results in decreased production of testosterone along with associated symptoms. The incidence of hypogonadism increases with age and affects approximately 4-5 million men in the United States (Seftel, 2006). Hypogonadism can result from disorders of the testicles, pituitary gland, or brain.

The FDA has approved testosterone as a replacement therapy for men who have low testosterone levels secondary to medical conditions that cause hypogonadism. The FDA states that the benefits and safety of testosterone supplements have not been fully established to treat low testosterone levels associated with aging. The FDA has also issued warnings stating that testosterone supplementation is not without risks and may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, including heart attacks and strokes (U.S. FDA, 2015). Other studies have shown that low testosterone levels are a risk factor for cardiovascular disease as well. Low testosterone levels are associated with obesity, decreased HDL cholesterol, increased LDL cholesterol, high blood pressure, increased incidence of diabetes, and an increase in inflammation, all of which increases the risk of cardiovascular disease (Çatakoğlu,2017).

To help ensure your safety, Invigor Medical requires the review of an extensive blood panel and a prescribing physician in each client's home state before a prescription for testosterone supplements can be filled.

Aging results in decreased testosterone production by about 1 percent per year after age 30 to 40. The Baltimore Longitudinal Study on Aging reported that the incidence of low testosterone is around 20 percent in men in their 60s, 30 percent for men in their 70s, and 50 percent for men over age 80 (Harman, 2001). In a study reported in the New England Journal of Medicine that included 790 men age 65 or older with low testosterone levels, researchers found that treatment of low testosterone resulted in increased sexual activity, increased sexual desire and erectile function, improved mood, and lower levels of depressive symptoms. The adverse effects noted in the treatment group and placebo group were similar (Snyder et al., 2016).

Lifestyle factors such as obesity have also been shown to affect testosterone levels. One study showed that weight loss with diet alone increased testosterone levels 83 ng/dL, and bariatric or weight loss surgery, which led to an even more significant weight loss, increased testosterone levels by 252 ng/dL (Travison et al. 2007).

Benefits of testosterone injections

Testosterone replacement therapy has been used by millions of men worldwide to treat the side effects of decreased testosterone production (Grech, 2014). Low testosterone levels can cause changes in sexual function, decreased muscle strength and bone density, swollen or tender breasts, decreased energy, decreased ability to concentrate, feeling sad or depressed, and decreased motivation. Testosterone has the following beneficial effects on the male:
  • Increases muscle mass and strength;
  • Increases bone density;
  • Stimulates libido and spontaneous erections;
  • Improves energy, mood, and motivation;
  • Increases red blood cell production into the normal range for a male; and,
  • Restores male hair growth.

Testosterone levels decline gradually with age, but whether this decline is significant as far as health benefits are unclear. Some clinical studies have demonstrated that when older men take testosterone supplements to restore their testosterone levels to an average adult range, there are some clinical benefits. Therefore, testosterone therapy aims to restore testosterone levels to the normal range for a young adult male (Kronenberg et al., 2016).

Muscle Mass: Muscle mass increases as testosterone levels increase linearly even throughout the normal range. One clinical study reported that both intramuscular and transdermal testosterone preparation increased fat-free mass and total body strength. Intramuscular injections resulted in a 5.7% increase in fat-free mass, whereas transdermal preparations resulted in a 1.7% increase. Intramuscular testosterone injections were found to increase lower-body strength more than transdermal preparations (Skinner, 2018).

Libido: Libido increases as testosterone doses are restored to a normal range, but there is no further increase in libido as testosterone levels are raised above the cut-off for a normal range.

Testosterone Imposters

Several types of testosterone boosting supplements are sold online without a prescription. The herbal and nutrient-based supplements are marketed as testosterone boosters. These products are not regulated by the FDA and can contain a myriad of ingredients. Most contain horny goat weed, saw palmetto, and fenugreek (Regan et al., 2011). These products are advertised to supplement testosterone without the high cost of prescription medications and are prominently displayed on websites and online pharmacies (Balasubramanian, et al., 2019). Physicians can point to cases where these testosterone imposters have included banned substances, including steroids, which resulted in serious adverse effects for consumers (Geyer et al., 2008).

Only 195 of the studies examining the ten most common ingredients in these products were conducted in humans. Among those that conducted human studies, most ingredients had either a questionable effect or were ineffective at actually raising testosterone levels (Balasubramanian, 2019).

How to use:

Testosterone enanthate or cypionate is typically dosed at 100-200 mg intramuscularly every two weeks or with a testosterone patch 2 mg or 4 mg daily or testosterone gel 2.5 g daily. As men age, they tend not to clear testosterone from the system as quickly as younger men, so a lower dose is generally required (Kronenberg et al., 2016).

Oral testosterone products are not recommended as they have a greater potential for risks, including severe liver damage with fewer benefits. Oral testosterone products are made with weak androgens that are not easily used by the body, which means that it is challenging to get a therapeutic testosterone level with them (Kronenberg et al., 2016).

Intramuscular injections are effective, safe, and inexpensive methods to supplement testosterone that have been used for decades (Kronenberg et al., 2016).

References:

  • Alp Burak Çatakoğlu, Muammer Kendirci. Testosterone replacement therapy and cardiovascular events. Turk Kardiyol Dern Ars. 2017; 45(7): 664-672
  • Balasubramanian, A., Thirumavalavan, N., Srivatsav, A., Yu, J., Lipshultz, L. I., & Pastuszak, A. W. (2019). Testosterone Imposters: An Analysis of Popular Online Testosterone Boosting Supplements. The journal of sexual medicine, 16(2), 203–212. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsxm.2018.12.008
  • Cole, A.P., Hanske, J., Jiang, W., Kwon, N.K., Lipsitz, S.R., Kathrins, M., Learn, P.A., Sun, M., Haider, A.H., Basaria, S. and Trinh, Q.‐D. (2018), Impact of testosterone replacement therapy on thromboembolism, heart disease and obstructive sleep apnoea in men. BJU Int, 121: 811-818. https://doi.org/10.1111/bju.14149
  • FDA. (n.d.). Depo-Testosterone. Retrieved from accessdata.fda.gov
  • Geyer H, Parr MK, Koehler K, Mareck U, Schänzer W, Thevis M. Nutritional supplements cross-contaminated and faked with doping substances. J Mass Spectrom 2008;43:892–902. doi:10.1002/jms.1452.
  • Grech, A., Breck, J., & Heidelbaugh, J. (2014). Adverse effects of testosterone replacement therapy: an update on the evidence and controversy. Therapeutic advances in drug safety, 5(5), 190–200. https://doi.org/10.1177/2042098614548680
  • Harman SM, Metter EJ, Tobin JD, Pearson J, Blackman MR. Longitudinal effects of aging on serum total and free testosterone levels in healthy men. Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2001;86:724–731.
  • Kronenberg, H., Polonsky, K., Larsen, P., & Melmed, S. (Eds) (2016).Williams Textbook of Endocrinology.  United States: Elsevier.
  • Regan KS, Wambogo EA, Haggans CJ. NIH and USDA Funding of Dietary Supplement Research, 1999-2007. J Nutr 2011. doi:10.3945/jn.110.134106
  • Skinner, J. W., Otzel, D. M., Bowser, A., Nargi, D., Agarwal, S., Peterson, M. D., Zou, B., Borst, S. E., & Yarrow, J. F. (2018). Muscular responses to testosterone replacement vary by administration route: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of cachexia, sarcopenia and muscle, 9(3), 465–481. https://doi.org/10.1002/jcsm.12291
  • Snyder, P., Bhasin, S., Cunningham, G., Matsumoto, A., Stephens-Shields, A., Cauley, J., Gill, T., Barett-Connor, E., Swerdloff, R., Wang, C., Ensrud, K., Lewis, C., et al. (2016). Effects of Testosterone Treatment in Older Men. N Engl J Med 2016; 374:611-624. DOI: 10.1056/NEJMoa1506119
  • Travison TG, Araujo AB, Kupelian V, O'Donnell AB, McKinlay JB. The relative contributions of aging, health, and lifestyle factors to serum testosterone decline in men. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 2007;92:549–55.
  • U.S. Food & Drug. (2015). FDA Drug Safety Communication: FDA cautions about using testosterone products for low testosterone due to aging; requires labeling change to inform of possible increased risk of heart attack and stroke with use. Retrieved from https://www.fda.gov/drugs/drug-safety-and-availability/fda-drug-safety-communication-fda-cautions-about-using-testosterone-products-low-testosterone-due

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