Low Testosterone Treatment

Are you a man struggling with fatigue, weight gain, difficulty sleeping or decreased sex drive? You may be suffering from symptoms of “Low T”, or low testosterone. Testosterone therapy for men can provide relief for these symptoms that are often associated with aging.

Symptoms of low testosterone can develop slowly, over several years, and may include:

  • Decreased sexual drive and performance
  • Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
  • Hair loss
  • Decreased muscle mass and tone
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Fatigue and lack of motivation
  • Depression, irritability and mood swings
  • Loss of sense of “well-being”

How does testosterone therapy work?

Our Physicians at Modern Male Wellness Clinic offer Testosterone Therapy for men in the Las Vegas, Nevada area. Patients will undergo a complete examination and have an extensive hormone laboratory panel performed.
 Modern Male Wellness Clinic offer two choices for male Testosterone Therapy — weekly, self-injected, compounded Testosterone which is placed by our Physician at Modern Male and can provide steady-state blood levels for 4-6 months. 
After testosterone therapy is prescribed, follow up tests will be conducted to ensure symptom relief with the lowest possible dosage of hormones.
Testosterone therapy for men can offer:

  • Increased sex drive and sexual performance
  • Increased muscle strength, tone and mass
  • Increased energy, stamina, and endurance
  • Improved concentration, focus, and memory
  • Improved mood and feeling of well-being

If you’ve been suffering from fatigue, weight gain, difficulty sleeping, decreased sex drive or other symptoms that may be a sign of “Low T”, contact Modern Male Wellness Clinic today to schedule an evaluation.

TRT POST CYCLE FOR MEN: HCG & CLOMID

What is Clomid?

Clomid – the generic name of Clomiphene Citrate – is basically a hypothalamic pituitary testicular axis (HPTA) stimulator and anti-estrogen. It was originally formulated to induce ovulation among women who are suffering from low fertility issues, but has made its way to the bodybuilding world for its PCT benefits.

Why is Post Cycle Therapy (PCT) Important?

See, the body’s natural testosterone production becomes disrupted when you cycle with anabolic steroids and prohormones. Testosterone levels usually get well below normal during a cycle and when the steroids in the blood begin to dissipate, the body is activated into a catabolic state.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Low T?

Here are some quick Facts: Testosterone is a hormone developed by the body. Most of the testosterone (in a man’s body for example) is produced in the testicles. It assists with:

  • Maintain reproductive tissues
  • Stimulate sperm production
  • Stimulate and maintain sexual function
  • Increase muscle mass and strength
  • Maintain bone strength

At times it’s more than possible that Testosterone can fall below normal levels. Initially, this can happen when a signaling issue develops between the brain and the testes; causing a low or significant drop in the amount of natural testosterone that is being produced by the body. Also at times, if the brain determines that there is a good amount or too much testosterone in the body, it may signal the testes to cut production entirely.  Another reason why Low T can occur in men is that a males’ body simply can’t produce enough natural testosterone.

It’s quite natural and average for men to produce less testosterone as they progress in age. What’s not common or a natural part of aging is a medical condition known as hypogonadism (hÎ-põ-gõ-na-dizm) — that in reality can be caused by Low Testosterone. Basic Symptoms include reduced depressed mood, sexual function, and overall decreased energy.


The signs and symptoms of Low Testosterone may be difficult to tell at first; from the changes that occur with normal aging in men. Symptoms are frequently subtle, and are similar to those caused by other medical conditions.

What Are the TRT Options?

There are some different testosterone administration options available; injection, topical, patch or pellets. Modern Wellness Clinic offers the injection and topical applications. 
Injection is long lasting, precise, given in the buttock, has a 100% success rate in providing usable hormone, requires a dosage interval of only once each week, and is low in cost.

Topical allows absorption through the skin and is administered in low daily doses. Topical testosterone minimizes potentially adverse effects in men with a higher sensitivity to testosterone products.

Patches may seem more pleasant compared to injections, their effectiveness is limited. They also have some shortcomings including inadequate increase of testosterone levels and localized skin reactions.

Pellets require a surgical procedure for implantation and removal, and do not allow a means for tailoring dosage based on an individual’s response.

If I don’t treat my low testosterone level what will happen?

Your testosterone will continue to reduce. Your symptoms may remain the same or worsen depending upon your response to depletion of Testosterone.

Can I increase my testosterone level with diet and exercise?

A healthy diet and both cardio and strength training exercise are considered to be beneficial at all stages of human development. Eating a balanced diet of quality proteins, whole grains and lots of fruits and vegetables supports good health in general. Information about the benefits of a healthy diet and exercise are abundant and available from a variety of sources. Direct correlation between healthy diet and increase in testosterone are still being studied.

I have prostate cancer; can I receive TRT?

Men with a history of prostate cancer or breast cancer are absolutely not candidates for testosterone therapy. The testosterone can make both of these hormonally sensitive cancers grow more rapidly. 
However, if you are experiencing lack of or a limited erection caused by prostate cancer surgery, we offer a GUARANTEED ED solution to help you get and maintain a penetrable erection.

How much does testosterone treatment cost?

Our competitive pricing includes an exam, consultation, lab test, and a test dose of medication. You’ll be scheduled for follow-up visit at which time your lab tests will be reviewed and a plan developed.

Will my insurance cover the cost?

The intake assistant will provide you with all the forms and correct medical coding for you to submit to your insurance company. If you have a PPO you have to pay out of pocket. Some companies reimburse 50% – 80% of the amount. If you have a flexi spending account you can use it.

What are the symptoms of Low T?

When a person takes a look at each and every of the signs and symptoms individually, one may not think they point to Low T. Most of the time it’s difficult to tell from the changes that occur with normal aging in men, and may, in fact, be caused by other medical conditions. Take a Look at some of the Symptoms associated by Low Testosterone, see if you match up to any. 


  • Sexual dysfunction (unable to maintain erections)
  • Reduced sex drive (reduced sexual activity)
  • Decreased energy
  • Loss of body hair, reduced shaving
  • Depressed mood
  • Increase in body fat
  • Decrease in bone strength
  • Reduced muscle mass
What can I do about my Low T?

If you think that many of these signs and symptoms apply to you, don’t ignore them. They could be a sign of Low T or other health conditions. Only your doctor can tell if you have hypogonadism by giving you a medical exam to assess your signs and symptoms, then by performing certain blood tests. So when you speak to your doctor, ask if you should be tested.


When a man’s testosterone falls below a level of around 300 ng/dL, it’s generally considered to be low. But there are treatment options that can help bring low testosterone levels back to normal and keep them there. Your doctor will tell you about the risks and benefits of treatment and can help you decide if it is right for you.