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Hi guys,

I'm 37-year-old from Belfast, new to the forum(my first post). I have been looking into TRT for a while now. I have all the textbook symptoms of low Testosterone. My Testosterone levels have been consistently low at  12.3 -13  nmol/L throughout last year(i had three tests done). My question is, which private Dr should I go for  Dr. Stevens or Dr. Savage?

 

I don't mind their initial consultation fees, but going forward how much I will be spending monthly on TRT medication per month is a deciding factor for me.

If the members up here can share their experience on the following questions, I will be very grateful;

  1. What is the total cost of TRT per month with each doctor?
  2. Whose protocol is better for building and keeping muscle mass?
  3. is NHS GP are willing to help with prescription and blood tests?

Sorry for all the questions, I have used the search feature in the forum, but haven't come across a post which has covered all the questions I have.

 

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Most of those answers are on this site and also On their respective websites. Dr Savages one is pretty comprehensive got to the ledger clinic  site and look at the FAQs. This includes costs. Most guys really rate the clinic on here. Personally a but far for me to go.

ive also been looking the same time as you with same symptoms. My test scores have been about the same. NHS won’t consider these low. Also spoken to my GP who’s not interested and spoke about mental health etc which I think is chicken and egg.  He was though happy to do bloods. At our age though those scores aren’t optimal but not super low from my limited understanding.

 

after researching I personally will be looking at other avenues to gain optimal test scores 

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I'm with Dr Stevens  at " the men's health clinic " .

 There is a full cost brakedown on the website.  But after initial consultation it works out around  £100 month. 

I get no help from NHS. 

The Dr is really dedicated to improving your quality of life.  It's not a bodybuilding dose supply.  

Join  " TRT in the UK " 

That's the forum effectively run by the clinic.  Although open to anyone and open to discuss other clinics. 

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On 07/12/2019 at 12:55 PM, Lukeg said:

I'm with GenderGp

 

£20 a month plus £5 a vial for prescriptions

Did you get initial consultation with the gender GP? I mean there doctor put you on TRT?

 

Also, do they offer Test E?

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So I had my appointment with Dr savage. Lovely guy, very knowledgeable. He tries to keep the cost down for the treatment.  We discuss a few issues and because I'm planning for a baby, he gave me the option to start treatment with Clomid. And once we are pregnant, start treatment on Sustanon 250 with HCG. Though the impression I got is, he isn't a very big fan of HCG. 

The reason I choose Dr. Savage over Dr. Stevens is that the initial cost with Dr. Stevevns is very high and it doesn't get cheaper over time.  Whereas with Dr. Savage, he tries to put the cost down as much as he can. So far I'm very happy with the service and will update how the treatment is going and my experience with The Leger Clinic in the next few months.

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8 hours ago, SAL1507 said:

So I had my appointment with Dr savage. Lovely guy, very knowledgeable. He tries to keep the cost down for the treatment.  We discuss a few issues and because I'm planning for a baby, he gave me the option to start treatment with Clomid. And once we are pregnant, start treatment on Sustanon 250 with HCG. Though the impression I got is, he isn't a very big fan of HCG. 

The reason I choose Dr. Savage over Dr. Stevens is that the initial cost with Dr. Stevevns is very high and it doesn't get cheaper over time.  Whereas with Dr. Savage, he tries to put the cost down as much as he can. So far I'm very happy with the service and will update how the treatment is going and my experience with The Leger Clinic in the next few months.

once you start treatment you should ask Dr savage for a letter regarding your diagnosis and treatment plan - you can then give this to your GP and try and get them to prescribe via the NHS (ive known multiple ppl do this , as Dr savage is also an NHS GP theres a very good chance your own GP will take his advice -cost would then be zero or normal prescription charges depending on your circumstances ) .

HCG use in TRT is debatable , most people dont know their true diagnosis (primary /secondary /mixed)

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Yes he did mention that he will write to my current GP in and ask him to do blood's for me. I'm planning to go on Sustanon 250 with HCG, with daily Cialis 2.5mg. As far as I know with the exception of HCG everything else is available on prescription. If not, Sustanon is not that expensive. 

 

 

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