Any insurance will cover visit to a doctor.Originally Posted by ECTOmorph
Question is, some doctors have really high fees, insurance will cover only what they consider costumary. Often the high price doctors will not bother with filling out insurance forms, that may be of concern since it must be complicated process since those who do, often do not get it straight the first time.
The other part of cost is blood work. I did not have much of a problem when using my Blue Cross Blue Shield. Now I am 66yo, using Medicare, some of the blood work may not be allowed at frequency desired for TRT, will have to cover that bill myself.
Next cost is for Testosterone. My Androgel cost is (IIRC) about 6k per year, my prescription plan charges me about $600/yr for handling. I have heard that injections are less expensive. Arimidex, HCG, I cannot get my doc to write script for it, I am on my own with that. Did not used HCG as of now, Arimidex (original) can be had over internet, I used it. Liquid Adex is less expensive and, I guess, more covenient to dose. Recently I realised that I have to be carefull with AI's, since other suplements that I am already taking act as AI.
AI that I know of are Arimidex, Adex, Femara, Aromasin, DIM, IC3, Chrysin (when taken with piperine).