What will be the cost of HCG treatment, since it is nto covered by insurance.How long do we need to take HCG treatment if we are secondary? In my are nobody is givig HCG treatment unless we show that we have low sperm count in semen analysis.
You're going to need a doctor who will prescribe follow up blood tests and Arimidex if there is any E2 feedback.
I have low LH level . So I may need to go for HCG or Clomid.But my insurance won't cover it.Thats why I am looking for cost of treatment if insurance is not covering it
I pay roughly $50 per month for HCG.
So I got the result I wanted and saved alot of $$$ besides.
So make sure you also measure that which you will no longer have to buy!
New to this board so, hi everyone.
Dr. John is a DO and has a clinical practice specializing in male HRT. Unless things have changed, Nick Delgado is a PhD, not a medical doctor and cannot prescribe medication.
My Doc. is a DO and like Dr. John, a member of the Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. (A4M)
As I recall, Dr. John has found that supplemental testosterone produces more favorable results than HCG alone as far as how his patients feel, even though both may produce the same T level when measured by labs. He prefers HCG as an adjunct to testosterone.
One can obtain good T #’s with Clomid alone but, its side effects are not acceptable.
I use 250IU of HCG 2 days per week prior to my Test injection. HCG acts as an analog of LH and signals the testes to produce testosterone. It will not increase endogenous production of LH.
My insurance covers HCG. A vial of Novarel costs me about $10. Oddly, Abraxis costs $12.
Being secondary you are in position to benefit from this approach.
For reason that I am not able to explain, everybody else (if they are lucky) are offered testosterone and sometimes little bit of HCG as an after-thought, regardeles, primary or secondary.
Possibly this type of TRT have its roots in steroids use and follows similar practice, except that it replaces steroids with bio-identical testosterone and phisiological levels of it.
Yours, Cenegenics doctor aproaches problem as if you were attempting to father a child (minus HMG).
He probably also uses testosterone if his patient is primary.
When I was taking exogenous I preferred injections to transdermal. That will be my method if I ever need to supplement. I would probably try subq delivery using smaller amounts more frequently.