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Let us support you in your journey to achieving optimal hormonal balance and stability

Under the guidance and supervision of our unique team of experienced doctors, you can be confident that every clinical decision made about your care will always be in your best interests. Trust the journey and let us help you be you again.

Consultations

Initial Assessment: £0 - £50

Arrange Your Blood Test

Before booking a New Patient TRT Consultation and commencing treatment under our care, you will need to have a formal diagnosis of Testosterone Deficiency.

An accurate diagnosis can only be made following a comprehensive blood test that includes a full hormone panel, as well as your more general health parameters which would highlight any potential reversible causes for your low testosterone. You would then need a second, more basic, confirmatory test four weeks later to confirm those initial results.

TRT should always be viewed as a life-long therapy, treatment will only be recommended by our doctors if you have already attempted to address any negative health and lifestyle factors, or there are no obvious reversible causes for your low testosterone.

When you first make contact with The Men’s Health Clinic, the path that you follow with us will typically start from one of three routes:

  1. If you feel that you are suffering with the signs and symptoms of Testosterone Deficiency, we can help you with organising the necessary diagnostic blood testing through our clinic. This will be followed by a courtesy telephone call with our doctor at no additional charge. During this call, they will review your initial comprehensive blood results with you and give you their professional recommendations for moving forwards.
  2. If you have already had recent blood tests carried out demonstrating possible low testosterone and wish to be considered for treatment by our clinic, please forward those to us by email, including a brief summary of what led you to test in the first instance. These will be reviewed by our doctor, who will personally contact you by email with their professional recommendations.
  3. If you are already on Testosterone Replacement Therapy and wish to transfer your care to our clinic, please forward any relevant blood results you have to date (including your original diagnostic ones) to us by email.  Please also include a brief summary of your current treatment. These will be reviewed by our doctor, who will personally contact you by email with their professional recommendations.

If you wish to discuss your personal situation further prior to committing to any treatment with us, you are welcome to book a 15-minute Telephone Consultation with one of our doctors, there is a fee for this service.

New Patient TRT Consultation: £280 - £420 + Medication

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Your first appointment will always involve an in-person consultation with your doctor in clinic.  At this appointment your doctor will thoroughly review your bloodwork, discuss your current symptoms and conduct a thorough physical examination before commencing treatment with you.

We will always look at your medical history and current/past medication usage which may be influencing your current state of health, and the ongoing decisions we make about your care.

Your social history is also taken into consideration, including any past drug usage, as this can often provide a useful insight into your current testosterone level. The information you give is in complete confidence so the more information you give us, the more we can potentially assist you.

Where appropriate, your doctor will go through safe preparation of your injectable medications, and gently guide you through safe and correct injection technique so that you leave the consultation room with confidence, ready to embark on the next stage in your journey.

At the end of your consultation you will have complimentary use of our InBody 770 body composition scanner (Dorset clinic only).  This allows us to record and track data relating to your physical health, as well as providing you with a benchmark to work from.  Repeat scanning will also form part of your annual face-to-face follow up consultations, there is no additional fee for this service.

We are always happy to support you in approaching your GP to have your ongoing blood tests and medications organised under the NHS where possible. A letter requesting shared-care with your GP can be issued at the end of your consultation, or at a later date, if required.

Please allow up to 60/90 minutes for this appointment.

Special Instructions:

All new patients (including international) must attend clinic for their New Patient Consultation and yearly thereafter, the rest can be managed remotely. This is non-negotiable, as it promotes safe and effective UK practice.

Telephone Consultation: £50

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Four weeks after starting treatment with us, you will have a blood test to see how your body is responding to therapy. Everybody is unique and responds to treatment differently, so it is important that this blood test is taken and reviewed at this stage.

We can help you arrange your blood tests through clinic, or your GP may agree to organising these for you. Once we have received your results, you will be asked to schedule a 15-minute Telephone Consultation with your doctor to review your results, discuss how therapy is going and for any adjustments to be made to your starting protocol if necessary.

You are welcome to book a Telephone Consultation between routine follow-ups, if you wish to discuss your current treatment plan with your doctor over the phone, rather than by email.

Please allow up to 15 minutes for this appointment.

Follow Up TRT Consultation: £80 - £160

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Your first formal follow up consultation is usually 10-11 weeks after starting treatment with us, you will then be routinely reviewed every 6-12 months.

You have the option of attending clinic for these appointments, where the necessary monitoring blood tests can be taken as part of your consultation and so no need to organise these in advance. Alternatively, if opting for a video consultation, we can help you arrange your blood tests remotely, or your GP may agree to organising these for you.

This consultation is an opportunity for your doctor to review your current protocol, discuss any health concerns that you might have and formulate an on-going action plan so that we can continue to safely and effectively prescribe your TRT. Your next three months of medications will also be issued at this appointment.

Once every 12 months you will return to clinic for an annual face-to-face consultation with physical examination.  At this appointment you will have another opportunity to use our InBody 770 body composition scanner (Dorset clinic only) so that we can continue to track and record data relating to your on-going physical health.

For all video consultations, you have the option of either a 15-minute (£80) or 30-minute (£160) consultation.  If everything is going well with nothing to report, you are welcome to opt for a 15-minute appointment, otherwise please book a 30-minute appointment.

Please allow up to 30 minutes for all clinic appointments.

Special Instructions:

All patients (including international patients) must have a face-to-face consultation in clinic at least once every 12 months so that a physical examination can be carried out as appropriate. This is non-negotiable, as it promotes safe and effective practice.

In-Clinic Blood Test Options

These blood test options are available to all patients attending clinic for their consultations, there is no additional blood draw fee with this service.
A copy of your results will be emailed to you as soon as they are received back from the lab (usually 2-3 days later), they are then reviewed by your doctor who will contact you by email with any further action.

TRT Complete PLUS: £159

This gold standard blood test monitors your current hormonal status, as well as your general health parameters whilst on treatment to give you a more complete picture of your overall health. This advanced test goes one step further by looking for some vitamin and mineral deficiencies, which can also have a negative impact on your testosterone levels.

Test Includes:
  • Total Testosterone
  • Free Testosterone
  • Prolactin
  • Oestradiol
  • Follicle Stimulating Hormone
  • Lutenising Hormone
  • Full Blood Count
  • Prostate Specific Antigen
  • Kidney Function Tests
  • Liver Function Tests
  • Sex Hormone Binding Globulin
  • Ferritin
  • HbA1C
  • Lipids, including Cholesterol
  • Thyroid Function Tests
  • Folate
  • Zinc
  • Vitamin B12
  • Vitamin D
Special Instructions:
  • This does not need to be a fasted or morning sample, but you should avoid administering your TRT medications that day until after your blood test.
  • Please ensure that you drink plenty of water prior to your blood test.
  • For an accurate Prolactin and PSA result, you should not have an active urinary infection, ejaculated or exercised heavily in the last 48 hours; had a prostate biopsy in the last 6 weeks or had a DRE (digital rectal examination) in the last week.

TRT Complete: £119

This comprehensive blood test monitors your current hormonal status, as well as your general health parameters whilst on treatment to give you a more complete picture of your overall health.

Test Includes:
  • Total Testosterone
  • Free Testosterone
  • Prolactin
  • Oestradiol
  • Follicle Stimulating Hormone
  • Lutenising Hormone
  • Full Blood Count
  • Prostate Specific Antigen
  • Urea & Electrolytes
  • Kidney Function Tests
  • Sex Hormone Binding Globulin
  • Ferritin
  • HbA1C
  • Lipids, including Cholesterol
  • Thyroid Function Tests
Special Instructions:
  • This does not need to be a fasted or morning sample, but you should avoid administering your TRT medications that day until after your blood test.
  • Please ensure that you drink plenty of water prior to your blood test.
  • For an accurate Prolactin and PSA result, you should not have an active urinary infection, ejaculated or exercised heavily in the last 48 hours; had a prostate biopsy in the last 6 weeks or had a DRE (digital rectal examination) in the last week.

TRT Review: £99

This blood test includes all of the necessary blood investigations for routine monitoring whilst on Testosterone Replacement Therapy, so that you and your doctor can be confident that your treatment is continuing to be prescribed safely and effectively.

Test Includes:
  • Total Testosterone
  • Free Testosterone
  • Prolactin
  • Oestradiol
  • Full Blood Count
  • Prostate Specific Antigen
  • Sex Hormone Binding Globulin
Special Instructions:
  • This does not need to be a fasted or morning blood test, but you should not administer your TRT medications until after your blood has been drawn.
  • Please ensure that you drink plenty of water prior to your blood test.
  • For an accurate Prolactin and PSA result, you should not have an active urinary infection, ejaculated or exercised heavily in the last 48 hours; had a prostate biopsy in the last 6 weeks or had a DRE (digital rectal examination) in the last week.

TRT Protocol: £69

This blood test identifies what physiological effect your recent protocol change has had on your male hormone levels. Your doctor will take these into consideration, alongside any current or ongoing symptoms, when considering any further changes to your treatment protocol.

Test Includes:
  • Total Testosterone
  • Free Testosterone
  • Prolactin
  • Oestradiol
  • Sex Hormone Binding Globulin
Special Instructions:
  • This does not need to be a fasted or morning blood test, but you should not administer your TRT medications until after your blood has been drawn.
  • Please ensure that you drink plenty of water prior to your blood test.
  • For an accurate Prolactin result, you should not have ejaculated or exercised heavily in the last 48 hours.

Add-On Blood Tests

The following tests can only be requested in addition to one of the blood test profiles listed above. They cannot be requested as stand-alone tests.

PSA: £49

This blood test measures the amount of Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) in your blood. PSA is a protein produced by normal cells in the prostate and also by prostate cancer cells. It is normal to have a small amount of PSA in your blood, and the amount rises slightly as you get older and your prostate gets bigger. A raised PSA level may suggest you have a problem with your prostate, but this does not necessarily mean cancer. All abnormal results should be discussed with your doctor.

Special Instructions:
  • For an accurate Prolactin and PSA result, you should not have an active urinary infection, ejaculated or exercised heavily in the last 48 hours; had a prostate biopsy in the last 6 weeks or had a DRE (digital rectal examination) in the last week.

DHT: £119

Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is one of your bioavailable male androgens. Testosterone is converted to DHT by the enzyme 5-alpha reductase which is located in the testes and prostate. DHT has effects on brain function (including libido), muscle growth and repair, and prostate health.

Please note that this test is sent to a referral lab for processing and results can take up to 10 working days to arrive.

Special Instructions:
  • None

DHEA-S: £49

Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) is a hormone produced from cholesterol by the adrenal glands, which your body converts into testosterone and oestrogen. It affects many areas of health and wellbeing. Most of the DHEA in the body exists in the blood in the sulphated form, DHEA-S, which is what this test measures.

Special Instructions:
  • Do not take biotin supplements for 2 days prior to this test. If you are taking prescribed biotin, you should discuss this with your doctor.

Pregnenolone: £189

Pregnenolone is the precursor to all steroid hormones. For steroid hormone production, cholesterol converts into pregnenolone in the adrenal glands and then several enzymes complete the production of multiple hormones.

Please note that this test is sent to a referral lab for processing and results can take up to 20 working days to arrive.

Special Instructions:
  • None

Serum Cortisol: £49

Cortisol plays a role in metabolism and is the main hormone involved in stress and the fight-or-flight response. Disorders of the adrenal glands can cause the over or underproduction of stress hormones which can cause symptoms such as excessive fatigue, anxiety, insomnia and weight gain. This test measures whether your cortisol production levels are too high or too low, which could be having a negative impact on your sense of well-being.

Special Instructions:
  • Please take your sample as soon as possible after waking, and before 10:00.
  • Your result could be affected by corticosteroid medication (e.g. prednisolone). Ask your doctor whether you should stop before testing.
  • Do not take biotin supplements for 2 days prior to this test. If you are taking prescribed biotin, you should discuss this with your doctor.

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