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Gynecomastia and TRT in Men

Gynecomastia and TRT

Gynecomastia (commonly called “man boobs”) is the development of breasts in men, usually caused by too much estrogen. Men who are undergoing Testosterone Replacement Therapy that is not properly administered may develop gynecomastia, which is why almost all our patients are prescribed an aromatase inhibitor from the beginning of treatment. https://tctmed.com/gynecomastia-and-trt/

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At-Home TRT—Telemedicine for Texas Residents

A doctor and a patient sit at a glass table while looking at exam data on a blue clipboard. The doctor gestures with his pen, possibly explaining hypothyroidism treatment available in Dallas- Fort Worth.

TCT is now offering at-home Testosterone Replacement Therapy for residents of Texas via video. One in-person visit to Dallas-Fort Worth is required. This new telemedicine service requires 1 in-person visit to Dallas-Fort Worth. The initial video consultation is free You’ll need to drive or fly into Dallas-Fort Worth to any of our 5 locations for…

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Low Estrogen vs. High Estrogen in Men

The side effects of estrogen often frighten men — like this man here, who is worried, with his hands on his chin — but you don't need to worry about the side effects of estrogen

  Low Estrogen vs. High Estrogen in men — what’s the difference? How does estrogen function in a man’s body and why is it critical for men to have balanced estrogen in addition to balanced testosterone? Most people don’t think of men having estrogen in their body, but it plays a critical role in a…

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TRT and Prostate Cancer

The cause of prostate cancer is not well understood. hands with blue prostate cancer awareness ribbon

The relationship between prostate cancer and Testosterone Replacement Therapy is not as straightforward as it is often portrayed. Can TRT cause prostate cancer? Can TRT cause your PSA numbers to increase? What if it is discovered that you have existing prostate cancer? Can TRT can cause prostate change in a normal prostate? Learn more about…

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hCG and TRT for Men — hCG and Fertility

Doctor and patient handshake with medical equipment on the background. hCG and TRT can sometimes be used to preserve fertility during TRT

It’s not uncommon for men to take hCG while on TRT as hCG provides a number of unique benefits for men on TRT. There is clinical evidence that hCG can preserve fertility in men on TRT. What is hCG and why might it be recommended for a patient instead of traditional injections of testosterone cypionate?…

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Low Testosterone and Erectile Dysfunction

And older man and his wife laughing on a bed. Low testosterone and erectile dysfunction are closely linked. Learn more about how these two issues are related.

Low testosterone can be a cause of erectile dysfunction. Erectile function may improve with Low T therapy. Learn more about the connection between Low T and ED. What is the difference between low libido and ED? Can treating Low T help with ED? Can TRT and ED treatments be combined? Learn more about treatment for…

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Hypothyroidism in Men — Symptoms and Treatment

Three senior men in gloves posing with their trainer. Hypothyroidism isn't just a disease that affects women. Men can suffer from underactive thyroid too. Learn more.

Hypothyroidism isn’t just a disease that affects women — men can suffer from underactive thyroid as well. Learn more about how hypothyroidism manifests in men (and what can be done about it). What do you say to people who have been told their thyroid is “fine”? What are the symptoms of hypothyroidism? What do you consider…

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hCG Therapy, Low Testosterone, and Male Fertility

Syringe of hCG on white glossy surface. hCG is best administered via injection as part of Testosterone Replacement Therapy. Learn more.

For men who suffer from low testosterone, hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) may be recommended alone or in combination with testosterone to attempt to preserve fertility and prevent testicular atrophy. hCG is a naturally occurring hormone. hCG is generally only produced by women during pregnancy, but it is an analog of luteinizing hormone (LH), which is…

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