Need a doctor who can prescribe testosterone to over 55 men that don’t have insurance

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Hoping someone here can recommend A Doctor Who will prescribe testosterone to those who don’t have insurance. I have been taking testosterone for over a year with insurance but now I am moving out of state and will not no longer have the insurance I had with my job
 
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any mens clinic in your area will not take insurance, it's all cash. Be prepared to spend a lot more with these clinics. I was paying $170 per month at a clinic and now it's $30 and lasts three months with insurance.

If you want to go the online route, go to defy medical. They are somewhat reasonable and have decent doctors. They don't take insurance so cash only
 

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Defy medical is who I was going to recommend. They have a great reputation so I wouldn't hesitate to use them. There was another good one but I cant for the life of me remember their name. I'll post up if I end up remembering. As Tdawg said these clinics only deal with cash or cc. Average is $120 per month and some have the option to add HCG for an extra $30-40 last I checked.
 
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I'd look into natural remedies first if I were you. Look into Tongkat Ali.
What is Tongkat Ali?
Tongkat ali is an herbal medicine derived from the Southeast Asian Eurycoma longifolia shrub. It contains several potentially beneficial compounds and is used to treat a variety of ailments, including male infertility and infections.


Here's a study based on it.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3669033/
"Previous studies have shown properly-standardized TA to stimulate release of free testosterone, improve sex drive, reduce fatigue, and improve well-being. "
"Stress hormone profile (salivary cortisol and testosterone) was significantly improved by TA supplementation, with reduced cortisol exposure (−16%) and increased testosterone status (+37%). "
"The bioactive fraction of Eurycoma longifolia root delivers a demonstrated ability to improve testosterone levels [41], increase muscle size and strength [43,44], improve overall well-being [45,46], accelerate recovery from exercise [47] enhance weight loss [48,49], reduce stress [50], and reduce symptoms of fatigue [51-53]."
"In men with low testosterone levels (average age 51 years), one month of daily supplementation with tongkat ali extract (200 mg/day) resulted in a significant improvement in serum testosterone levels and quality-of-life parameters".
There's more to the study which you can read on your own.

Noted side effects include restlessness, anxiety, and insomnia.

I haven't tried it myself because I haven't reached the age of andropause yet, but this is something I would look into in the future.

I don't know which brand of this supplement is best to buy, but I'd recommend getting it in powdered form. This particular brand has an average of 4.6/5 based on 1531 reviews for about 41 bucks.
https://www.bulksupplements.com/products/longjack-extract-tongkat-ali-powder?variant=29386541662319&currency=USD&gclid=Cj0KCQiAno_uBRC1ARIsAB496IUHxlETLWkYjXpSKFzXZLJ_nPbkhUvUOfnsEs3Y__OPw_gBivnp_hQaAuA1EALw_wcB

This is just one random recommendation I found from a quick search. I would research into other brands and options if I were you.
The best option in my opinion would be to harvest this plant and make the supplement yourself.

Good luck.
 

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I'd look into natural remedies first if I were you. Look into Tongkat Ali.
What is Tongkat Ali?
Tongkat ali is an herbal medicine derived from the Southeast Asian Eurycoma longifolia shrub. It contains several potentially beneficial compounds and is used to treat a variety of ailments, including male infertility and infections.


Here's a study based on it.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3669033/
"Previous studies have shown properly-standardized TA to stimulate release of free testosterone, improve sex drive, reduce fatigue, and improve well-being. "
"Stress hormone profile (salivary cortisol and testosterone) was significantly improved by TA supplementation, with reduced cortisol exposure (−16%) and increased testosterone status (+37%). "
"The bioactive fraction of Eurycoma longifolia root delivers a demonstrated ability to improve testosterone levels [41], increase muscle size and strength [43,44], improve overall well-being [45,46], accelerate recovery from exercise [47] enhance weight loss [48,49], reduce stress [50], and reduce symptoms of fatigue [51-53]."
"In men with low testosterone levels (average age 51 years), one month of daily supplementation with tongkat ali extract (200 mg/day) resulted in a significant improvement in serum testosterone levels and quality-of-life parameters".
There's more to the study which you can read on your own.

Noted side effects include restlessness, anxiety, and insomnia.

I haven't tried it myself because I haven't reached the age of andropause yet, but this is something I would look into in the future.

I don't know which brand of this supplement is best to buy, but I'd recommend getting it in powdered form. This particular brand has an average of 4.6/5 based on 1531 reviews for about 41 bucks.
https://www.bulksupplements.com/products/longjack-extract-tongkat-ali-powder?variant=29386541662319&currency=USD&gclid=Cj0KCQiAno_uBRC1ARIsAB496IUHxlETLWkYjXpSKFzXZLJ_nPbkhUvUOfnsEs3Y__OPw_gBivnp_hQaAuA1EALw_wcB

This is just one random recommendation I found from a quick search. I would research into other brands and options if I were you.
The best option in my opinion would be to harvest this plant and make the supplement yourself.

Good luck.
As a man in my mid 50s, myself, I haven't reached that age either; but, the idea of becoming dependent on a prescription, for the rest of my life.....no thanks.

I think too many throw in the towel too early, and go for the quick fix, before making any effort to solve the problem. It is a problem. Even teenagers are becoming impotent, at alarming rates.

What we're really talking about is testicular health, and our testicles are just like our other vital organs, in that they respond either positively or negatively to our lifestyles, our diets and habits.

Before jumping on a drug that will finish off your already struggling testicles, why not try a few changes in your lifestyle?

Sleep better and longer. 4hrs per night wasn't a good idea at 20, and it's an even worse idea at 50.

Eat better, and less frequently. Stop taking dietary advice from juiced-up bodybuilders: "aaaahhhhrrrrrg! Eat 9 meals a day; go to bed for 2 hrs; get up and drink a protein shake; go back to bed for another 2hrs; then, get up and get your lazy butt into the gym! Ahhrrggg!" Try keeping all you meals within a 1 to 8 hour window, each day. Cut out carbs and sugar, as much as possible, and avoid processed foods, especially those containing wheat, soy, and corn products.

Lift heavy weights, every day. Your muscles should be shaking when you're done. Avoid supersets and one rep maxes, though. Lift the heaviest weights you can lift within a moderate rep range, and keep growing.

If you have 20% or more body fat, that's highly estrogenic. Starve it off, if you have to, but get rid of the excess fat.

Keep your balls cool. Ditch the tightie-whities. Go free ballin'. Ice your balls daily, until they're numb. Not even kidding. It's THAT important.

No porn and no masturbation. None. Cut that **** out 100%.

Squats, Sprints, OHPs, DLs, Pull-ups, and Farmers Walks. If you don't do any other exercises, do THOSE. Don't destroy your muscles, but focus on building your strength. Once you can competently handle your own body weight on the bar, consistently, THEN you can start adding in isolation movements and bodybuilding routines. A connective tissue injury will sideline young men for years(unless he's on gear), and could permanently sideline older men. Focus on strength and being lean, first.
 
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Eat Whole 30 foods and intermittent fasting, either water fasting or bone broth fasting for at least 48 hours. 72 hour fasting is ideal. Plenty of information about this. Drop the “Standard American Diet” SAD diet sucks ass brother. Do some research.

Fast twice a month
 

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I got on T injections 3 months ago, under a doctor’s supervision. I am 53. My tests over the last year or so were all under 250, and the last was 194! Very low. I feel much better now and my T level is right at 1000. My sex drive is better, finally loosing the fat, more motivation, just feel better. I’m paying $200 per month for the whole thing, testing, supervision, the medication and all the syringes and so forth. Best money I’ve ever spent.
 
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