Testosterone Replacement Therapy

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At Cienega Med Spa, our medical team ensures your utmost safety as well as successful treatment outcomes.

Why Do I Need Lab Tests?

At Cienega Med Spa, patient safety is our priority.  In order to safely inject testosterone, at the correct dosing for one individual needs, a blood test is required.  A blood test quantifies your testosterone levels, and reveals if a need for testosterone therapy is necessary.

Your blood work will help to determine your dosing and treatment plan, customized for your needs by our skilled medical team.  With us you can experience successful treatment outcomes while side effects are managed and mitigated.

For your convenience, you may utilize the lab at our 3 beautiful locations.  Lab hours for blood draws are Mondays-Fridays, until 4pm only.

Can I Receive Testosterone Without Lab Work?

No. Testosterone should never be given without labwork as your dosing may be incorrect and likely lead to undesirable side effects. Retailers who mail product to your home without lab work and a full medical consultation may end up over or under dosing, which leads to negative side effects.

How Do I Get Started with TRT?

A blood draw is required to determine if you are a candidate. You may bring your previous lab work, or you may elect an in-house blood draw within our offices during lab hours (available Monday-Friday, until 4pm).

After your labs are complete, our medical team will review your labs at no extra costs. Once you are determined a candidate, you will be contacted to book your shot appointments.

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  • What Is Low Testosterone?

    Testosterone is the male sex hormone that is important for male sexual development and function, and low testosterone (male hypogonadism) is a condition in which the testicles don't produce enough testosterone.

  • What Are The Signs Of Low Testosterone?

    Some factors that may indicate low-testosterone include decreased sexual desire (libido), decreased sexual function, erectile dysfunction, decreased muscle strength, loss of muscle mass, decreased energy levels, and symptoms of depression.

  • How Does Low Testosterone Happen?

    Beginning around age 30 to 40, testosterone levels may start to decrease naturally. However health conditions, low thyroid function, medication, cancer, chemotherapy, and testicular injury can also drive testosterone to lower levels.

  • Does Drug Use Affect Testosterone?

    Yes, the use of drugs such as marijuana, heroin, methadone, and some prescribed medications such as spironolactone may interrupt testicular function.

  • Does Stress Affect Testosterone?

    Yes, high levels of cortisol also impact testosterone levels.

  • What Is Testosterone Replacement Therapy?

    TRT stands for Testosterone Replacement Therapy which is a series of in-office treatments to replenish low levels of testosterone.

  • Is Testosterone Replacement Therapy Safe?

    Testosterone is FDA-approved as replacement therapy only for men who have low testosterone levels due to disorders of the testicles, pituitary gland, or the brain that cause a condition called hypogonadism.

  • Is It Best To Leave Low Testosterone Untreated?

    Testosterone is not just a sex hormone needed for sex drive and sperm production, its the hormone that helps bone density, weight management, muscle size, mood, hair growth, and more. Testosterone essentially makes a man look and feel like a man.

  • Why Is A Blood Test Needed To Receive Testosterone Replacement Therapy??

    The only way to determine if one is a candidate for testosterone replacement therapy is through a blood test.

  • Why Is Checked In A Blood Test For Testosterone Replacement Therapy?

    Initial labs draw tests include Total Testosterone, Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) Test, Hemoglobin, and Estradiol.

  • How Often Is Blood Work/labs Required For Testosterone Replacement Therapy?

    Cienega Med Spa medical experts draw labs to ensure the utmost safety for our patients. A blood draw is required at the start of treatment, after one month of treatment and may be required every 3 months thereafter.

  • Who Is Not A Candidate For Testosterone Replacement Therapy?

    For the utmost safety, we at Cienega Med Spa kindly decline treatment for anyone with cancer (active or past history), palpable prostate nodule/induration, PSA over 3 ng/ml, heart disease, bleeding or clotting disorder, anyone currently using any testosterone replacement drugs and anyone under the age of 25 or over the age of 65.

  • Does Testosterone Replacement Therapy Affect Sperm Count?

    Yes, Testosterone Replacement Therapy affects sperm count, so men who are planning fertility should NOT receive treatment.

  • Is Testosterone Replacement Therapy Male Contraceptive?

    No, testosterone replacement therapy is not considered male contraceptive even though it does decrease sperm count.

  • Is Testosterone A Steroid?

    No, the testosterone used at Cienega Med Spa is NOT a steroid.

  • What Are The Side Effects Of Testosterone Replacement Therapy

    At Cienega Med Spa we focus on safety AND results and the majority our clients remark at how much better they feel post treatments. With any medical procedures, side effects are possible. When not managed appropriately by a skilled healthcare provider, the testosterone replacement therapy side effects may include increase breast tissue, body and back acne, testicular shrinkage, and moodiness.

  • Is It Possible To Receive No Benefits After Testosterone Replacement Therapy?

    Testosterone therapy REQUIRES CONSISTENT TREATMENTS (every week, on the same day each week). Those who are inconsistent or forget dosing will not experience full results and should considering stopping treatments until consistency is achieved.

  • Does Testosterone Replacement Therapy Grow Breast Tissue?

    When treating with the Cienega Med Spa medical experts, additional breast tissue should not develop.

  • What Is Included In Testosterone Treatments At Cienega Med Spa?

    Our Initial Treatment Care Plan includes ALL of the following: ONE MONTH of treatments, injection medications, Testosterone Cypionate, HCG, Aromatase inhibitor medications, syringes + sharps disposal containers (if opting to take home).

  • Is Testosterone Therapy A Customizable Treatment?

    At Cienega Med Spa, we provide individualized care tailored to the unique needs of each patient. Dosing is dependent on a lot of factors such as treatment outcomes, side effects and more.

  • What Is The Results Promise Offered At Cienega Med Spa?

    We are confident in our treatments, which is why our Initial Treatment Care Plan includes a results promise. Purchase our Initial Treatment Care Plan at $550 and complete the first month of treatments. If after 4 weeks of treatment you are not satisfied with the results, we will refund $550 to store credit to use on any other service of your choice; Some Restrictions Apply: •Must Commit to One Month of Therapy •Must Complete Initial Consultation •Must Complete Initial Blood Draw and Lab-work •Must Stay Consistent on Treatment Plan (Weekly Injections on the SAME day each week) •Must Complete Full Treatment Plan (4 weeks total) •Must Not Deviate from the Given Treatment Plan •Must Return to Our Clinic As Designated By Treatment Providers (once per week for a total of 4 visits)

  • I See These Mail Order/cheap At-home Testosterone Treatment Options, Is That Safe?

    Your health and safety is not the place for discount shopping. Those looking to receive testosterone replacement therapy via a mail-order process should understand that those service do not a concierge level of care that we offer at Cienega Med Spa. Our safety guidance is consistent THROUGHOUT the treatment process, week after week. At Cienega Med Spa, we start with safety, and aim for the best results for each individual.

  • How Come My Friend Gets A Higher Testosterone Dose Than Me?

    Dosing for testosterone is individualized, so the dosing a friend gets may not be the right dosing for another person. Dosing is dependent on personal testosterone level, and may incorrect dosing may cause negative side effects, lack of results or adverse events.