Boston Testosterone – Testosterone Therapy Patient Testimonials and Reviews

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Testosterone Replacement Testimonials and Reviews by Boston Testosterone Partners.

At Boston Testosterone Partners, we define success as our patients do.

We believe that candor, veracity and integrity are defined not by what a medical practice says about themselves but, instead, what the patients and clients say about the medical practice.

Boston Testosterone Partners was founded by Physicians who pride themselves on openness, transparency and simplicity.  Our industry low cost of $420 / 12 weeks of complete testosterone therapy is unmatched.  Moreover, 99% of the other testosterone clinics and testosterone doctors never disclose their therapy costs or options until they gather all your personal information.  Further, we charge no other recurring fees, nothing monthly, nothing annual, nothing billed automatically.  We do not force our clients to unnecessarily purchase lab and diagnostic testing.  Unlike most other clinics, we allow our patients to use their insurance for all testosterone blood work orders.

And our practice not only offers the lowest and best prices for Testosterone Replacement medications, but we go one step further.  We lock in prices for our patients when they start, something very few Testosterone Replacement Clinics or Hormone Doctors will ever offer.

Our practice focus is squarely on the health of men.  TRT is a small fraction of our practice.  Many of our patients come referred to us by their Primary Care Doctors with joints and connective tissue injuries to heal and many with fat loss goals.  And many of them, in addition to our TRT protocols, come for the Proprietary Injectable B12/Amino Acid compounds, Sermorelin Therapy, Glutathione protocols or our cutting edge neutraceutical injectables found only at Boston Testosterone.

Boston Testosterone Reviews and Testimonials

The way we see it, there’s no greater view of what to expect than what others experience.  It’s why we always read product reviews before we buy something.  Honesty and integrity demand the reviews be impartial and voluntary  certainly not contrived.  And that speaks volumes when trying to figure out who the BEST TESTOSTERONE THERAPY CLINIC is for you!

We despise the industry standard of using fake patient names, acronyms and cities to post testimonials and reviews.   All of our reviews are posted directly to our Facebook Wall by our patients themselves.

As such, we invite and encourage you to visit our Facebook Page for TRT Reviews and Testimonials:   Boston Testosterone Partners on Facebook and read all the patient postings to our wall.  Over 30,000 fans can’t be wrong.

A few of the most recent posts to our wall:

Massachusetts – “Just finishing 12 weeks of protocols with BTP and I have to say what a God send and life saver this has been. Charlie B. is an amazing guy and the staff and doctors are too. BTP has the best protocols in the biz and the best pricing too. I have never felt better in my life. I sleep through the night, I have the energy levels I did when I was 25 and have been in such a positive mental state it is great. I feel like I have a whole new lease on life. 

I highly recommend all men to get their t levels checked. It will be the best thing you could do for yourself. Or better yet, give Charlie B a call or email and find out for yourself what I have discovered. Yes, I was skeptical at first and hesitated to take the first step. However I am so happy and thankful now that I did I want everyone to do the same. Instead of just getting older, I am getting better and so much happier. 

Thank you Charlie B and BTP, you saved my life and opened my eyes to what I always thought my life should be. 
If anyone wants to chat or talk just message me. I will be happy to answer any questions or concerns you my have.”

New Hampshire – “CB, Great info and sites!!! If it was not for you I would have continued smearing that gel on me and blowing up my prostate to the point I’d have cancer by the time I’m 40 (32 now)… Guys listen to your body like you would your car, if there’s a flat tire don’t go in for an oil change, seek out the proper “repair” shop and get it fixed by the person with the most knowledge… You wouldn’t drive your kids around like that, so don’t do it to your body… I’m only in my first week of my Therapy with Charlie, but can already mentally feel a change happening… If your skeptical call Charlie, he will give you so much info that your primary Dr or in my case even my urologist didn’t tell me… Again, great post and thanks for everything Charlie, even the 11:30pm phone call returned after my first dose!!!”

UPDATE – “Wanted to post an update on my therapy so far with BTP and Charlie… Just did my third test/Vit D injection yesterday… thus far, down 2 belt holes (now needing to go pant and bet shopping) leaning out and feeling stronger not only at the gym lifting weights, but also at the rock climbing gym where i’m not lactic acid burning out as quick on the wall and also on the ice both coaching and playing… can’t believe its only been 2 full weeks… oh and I know guys reading this are going to read it and go see all he’s getting are superficial gains… let me get to the important stuff, waking up with energy (not slowly waking up downing 2 red bulls then getting in the shower), focus and memory getting better (i’m an Iraq and Afghanistan vet with PTSD and Traumatic brain injury, so this is HUGE for me) and I guess i’ll add in the any time any place anywhere part that my wife is now starting to really enjoy ;p … Charlie is an endless fountain of knowledge and answers when I need it, couldn’t ask for better service… can’t wait to see what the next few weeks bring!!!”

Pennsylvania  – “I came across Charlies page by sheer luck and I thank God. A female friend of mine from the gym I go to liked this page and of course it showed up on mine. I had to check it out. Im reading it and saying to myself can this be real. Well let me tell I am 58 years old and have been working out for the past 35 years. My legs and back are in pretty good shape but for the last 8 years or so my shoulders have felt like they were screwed on with a pipe wrench. I dreaded my upper body workouts but I have a strong will and get through but as you can imagine it’s hard to get any results when you are in pain. I have moderate arthritis in my right one and tendonitis in both. I have been on the therapy for about 1 month now and I am simply astonished. My shoulders have loosed up to the point I can train without the pain. I also had a hard time building muscle. I feel like I am blowing up like a baloon. I had to tell Charlie he is the best he takes my calls and always returns them. I felt like I was a pain in the ass but could not believe the results I was getting. I called him just yesterday to tell him I feel like sprinting,fucking, jumping, boxing and I believe I can. I feel that good so if you have any doubts please believe me this will be the best thing you will ever do for yourself and I can’t thank Charlie enough it almost seems to good to be true! Oh yes and one more thing I forgot to mention I can cut glass with mr. Winky. It is simly Awesome!”

Massachusetts – ‎”12 weeks in and i feel fantastic. Charlie has been exceptional. Starting with my first inquiry, all my questions, ordering, and usage, he was automatic with a response and assistance. Everything now is simple and easy, but he still checks in and keeps me posted. Top notch service. Thank you Charlie!”

Texas – “just want to say thanks i’m feeling better i’m sleeping better i have started your program 1 month ago with mild deiting and medium excise i have lost 9-11 lbs it verys from day to day i have also lost 2″ in my belly girth of fat but most of all im getting the rest i need when i sleep sleeping like a baby once again thanks Scott”

Massachusetts – “I just thought I’d let everyone know that I’m being treated for my low T through Boston Testosterone Partners , and cast all doubts aside people from the morning after I started treatment I felt amazing. I feel like I’m 19 again energy level back up also concentration is on point as well as drive. This is no joke I’m no spokesperson or model just an average Joe. You will be happy with the results and so won’t your family, friends, and coworkers. The customer service provided is right on. They are with you every step of the way. Just ask it can’t hurt.”

If you are in the market for help, if you would like to find out your testosterone levels or if you have previously been diagnosed as suffering from Low Testosterone, Hypogonadism or Andropause, contact us.

Send us an email for information on our practice, our TRT protocols and our adjunct therapies:

Like all the patients before you whose lives have changed by getting tested and getting their testosterone levels back, you’ll be grateful that you found us.

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Low Testosterone Levels and the Risk of Anemia in Older Men and Women

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Background  Anemia is a frequent feature of male hypogonadism and anti-androgenic treatment. We hypothesized that the presence of low testosterone levels in older persons is a risk factor for anemia.

Methods  Testosterone and hemoglobin levels were measured in a representative sample of 905 persons 65 years or older without cancer, renal insufficiency, or anti-androgenic treatments. Hemoglobin levels were reassessed after 3 years.

Results  At baseline, 31 men and 57 women had anemia. Adjusting for confounders, we found that total and bioavailable testosterone levels were associated with hemoglobin levels in women (P = .001 andP = .02, respectively) and in men (P<.001 and P = .03, respectively). Men and women in the lowest quartile of total and bioavailable testosterone were more likely than those in the highest to have anemia (men, 14/99 vs 3/100; odds ratio [OR], 5.4; 95% confidence interval [CI], 1.4-21.8 for total and 16/99 vs 1/99; OR, 13.1; 95% CI, 1.5-116.9 for bioavailable testosterone; women, 21/129 vs 12/127; OR, 2.1; 95% CI, 0.9-5.0 for total and 24/127 vs 6/127; OR, 3.4; 95% CI, 1.2-9.4 for bioavailable testosterone). Among nonanemic participants and independent of confounders, men and women with low vs normal total and bioavailable testosterone levels had a significantly higher risk of developing anemia at 3-year follow-up (21/167 vs 28/444; relative risk, 2.1; 95% CI, 1.1-4.1 for total and 26/143 vs 23/468; relative risk, 3.9; 95% CI, 1.9-7.8 for bioavailable testosterone).

Conclusion  Older men and women with low testosterone levels have a higher risk of anemia.

There is evidence that testosterone influences erythropoiesis during male puberty.1 Hemoglobin levels are similar in prepubertal boys and girls but increase in boys after age 13 years, mirroring changes in testosterone concentrations. Interestingly, boys with delayed puberty have hemoglobin levels similar to those of prepubertal boys and girls, and treatment with testosterone normalizes hemoglobin levels to those observed in the late male puberty.2,3 These data suggest that testosterone contributes to the 1- to 2-g/dL difference in hemoglobin concentration between adult men and women. If testosterone stimulates erythropoiesis in adults, it is reasonable to hypothesize that a decline in testosterone levels with aging may negatively affect erythropoiesis. Accordingly, men with hypogonadism or those taking anti-androgenic drugs frequently have anemia.4– 8 Conversely, diseases characterized by high testosterone levels and testosterone replacement therapy often produce a rise in hemoglobin levels that sometimes reaches the level of erythrocytosis.9– 14 However, whether older men and women with low testosterone levels are at higher risk for anemia has never been fully investigated.

Using data from a population-based sample, we tested the hypothesis that older men and women with low testosterone levels are more likely to be affected by anemia and to develop anemia over a 3-year follow-up period than women with normal testosterone levels. Understanding the causes of anemia in older persons is important because anemia in older persons is frequently unexplained15 and is associated with a high risk of disability and accelerated decline of physical function.16– 18

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Testosterone therapy does not raise risk of aggressive prostate cancer

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Men with low levels of the male sex hormone testosterone need not fear that testosterone replacement therapy will increase their risk of prostate cancer.

This is the finding of an analysis of more than a quarter-million medical records of mostly white men in Sweden, research led by investigators at NYU Langone Medical Center and its Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Center. The international team of study authors will present these results on May 9 at the annual meeting of the American Urological Association in San Diego, Calif.

In the study, researchers found that, as a group, men prescribed testosterone for longer than a year had no overall increase in risk of prostate cancer and, in fact, had their risk of aggressive disease reduced by 50 percent.

“Based on our findings, physicians should still be watching for prostate cancer risk factors — such as being over the age of 40, having African-American ancestry, or having a family history of the disease — in men taking testosterone therapy, but should not hesitate to prescribe it to appropriate patients for fear of increasing prostate cancer risk,” says lead study investigator and NYU Langone urologist Stacy Loeb, MD, MSc.

Loeb points out that much of the concern over cancer risk is that, as part of standard therapy for advanced prostate cancer, tumor growth is decreased by drugs that drastically reduce rather than increase male hormones. “But when used appropriately by men with age-related low testosterone who are otherwise healthy, testosterone replacement has been shown to improve sexual function and mood.”

The researchers say use of testosterone therapy — taken by mouth, gel patch, or injection to treat “low T” — has skyrocketed in the past decade. Its popularity is a consequence, experts say, of an aging “boomer” population and heavy drug industry marketing, and has come about despite its unknown, long-term health risks. According to some surveys, use of testosterone therapy has more than tripled since 2001, with more than 2 percent of American men in their 40s and nearly 4 percent of men in their 60s taking it. Testosterone levels drop naturally by about 1 percent per year in men past their 30s.

Specifically, the current study found that 38,570 of the men whose records were examined developed prostate cancer between 2009 and 2012. Of these men, 284 had prescriptions for testosterone replacement therapy before they were diagnosed with prostate cancer. Their records were compared with 192,838 men who did not develop prostate cancer, of whom 1,378 had used testosterone therapy.

Researchers noted that while their initial analysis showed an uptick (of 35 percent) in prostate cancer in men shortly after starting therapy, the increase was only in prostate cancers that were at low risk of spreading and was likely a result from more doctor visits and biopsies performed early on. The authors stressed that the long-term reduction in aggressive disease was observed only in men after more than a year of testosterone use, and the risk of prostate cancer did not differ between gels and other types of preparations.

“Overall, our study suggests that what is best for men’s health is to keep testosterone levels balanced and within a normal range,” says Loeb, who suggests that men with testosterone levels below 350 nanograms per deciliter and symptoms should seek medical advice about whether they should consider testosterone therapy.

For the study, researchers matched and analyzed data from the National Prostate Cancer Register and the Prescribed Drug Register in Sweden. The country is one of the few in the world that collects detailed information on cancer and medication prescriptions for its entire population, and for which no comparable North American data source exists.

Loeb says the team next plans further studies to determine why low testosterone levels might trigger aggressive prostate cancer and why maintaining normal levels may protect against aggressive disease.

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Declining testosterone levels in men not part of normal aging, study finds

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A new study finds that a drop in testosterone levels over time is more likely to result from a man’s behavioral and health changes than by aging. The study results will be presented Monday at The Endocrine Society’s 94th Annual Meeting in Houston.

“Declining testosterone levels are not an inevitable part of the aging process, as many people think,” said study co-author Gary Wittert, MD, professor of medicine at the University of Adelaide in Adelaide, Australia. “Testosterone changes are largely explained by smoking behavior and changes in health status, particularly obesity and depression.”

Many older men have low levels of the sex hormone testosterone, but the cause is not known. Few population-based studies have tracked changes in testosterone levels among the same men over time, as their study did, Wittert said.

In this study, supported by the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia, the authors analyzed testosterone measurements in more than 1,500 men who had measurements taken at two clinic visits five years apart. All blood testosterone samples underwent testing at the same time for each time point, according to Wittert.

After the researchers excluded from the analysis any men who had abnormal lab values or who were taking medications or had medical conditions known to affect hormones, they included 1,382 men in the data analysis. Men ranged in age from 35 to 80 years, with an average age of 54.

On average, testosterone levels did not decline significantly over five years; rather, they decreased less than 1 percent each year, the authors reported. However, when the investigators analyzed the data by subgroups, they found that certain factors were linked to lower testosterone levels at five years than at the beginning of the study.

“Men who had declines in testosterone were more likely to be those who became obese, had stopped smoking or were depressed at either clinic visit,” Wittert said. “While stopping smoking may be a cause of a slight decrease in testosterone, the benefit of quitting smoking is huge.”

Past research has linked depression and low testosterone. This hormone is important for many bodily functions, including maintaining a healthy body composition, fertility and sex drive. “It is critical that doctors understand that declining testosterone levels are not a natural part of aging and that they are most likely due to health-related behaviors or health status itself,” he said.

Unmarried men in the study had greater testosterone reductions than did married men. Wittert attributed this finding to past research showing that married men tend to be healthier and happier than unmarried men. “Also, regular sexual activity tends to increase testosterone,” he explained.

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Opioid Use Linked to Low Testosterone

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Exposure to opioids is associated with increased likelihood of low testosterone levels, with increased odds as age and number of comorbidities increase, according to a study published in Pain Medicine.

Maria Soledad Cepeda, MD, PhD, from Janssen Research & Development in Titusville, NJ, and colleagues used data from the 2011 to 2012 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey to examine whether opioid use contributes to changes in testosterone levels. Testosterone levels were compared for participants who responded that they had been exposed to prescription opioids in the past 30 days (320 participants) versus those who were unexposed (4,909 participants).

The researchers found that the odds of having low testosterone levels were higher for participants on opioids versus unexposed participants (odds ratio, 1.40). The odds of having low testosterone levels increased significantly in all categories as the age and number of comorbidities increased, after adjustment for opioid exposure. The odds of having low testosterone levels were increased for participants aged older than 70 years versus those aged 17 to 45 years (odds ratio, 1.70) and for participants with more than two versus no comorbidities (odds ratio, 1.69).

“When assessing the impact of opioids on testosterone, the effects of age and medical conditions should be considered,” the authors write.

All authors disclosed employment by pharmaceutical companies, including Janssen Research & Development, which funded the study.


  1. Soledad Cepeda M, Zhu V, Vorsanger G, and Eichenbaum G. Effect of Opioids on Testosterone Levels: Cross-Sectional Study using NHANES. Pain Medicine. doi:10.1111/pme.12843.

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Active Seniors Have Fewer Heart Attacks and Strokes

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A ten-year study of older Americans shows that those who are physically active have a lower risk of heart attacks and strokes. The study included more than 4,000 men and women whose average age at the beginning of the study was 73 years old.

Walking Reduces the Risk of Heart Attacks and Strokes:

Those who walked faster than three miles an hour were only half as likely to develop heart disease or a stroke as those who ambled slower than two miles an hour. The researchers found that those walking seven blocks a day or so cut their risk of stroke or cardiovascular disease by around 50 percent compared to people who walked five blocks or fewer a week.

Having Fun Can Help the Heart:

Active leisure activities such as yard work, swimming, biking or hiking were also protective against heart attacks and strokes. The lead author noted,

“Our study of older Americans shows that, even late in life, moderate physical activity such as walking is linked to lower incidence of cardiovascular disease.”

One of the highlights of the study is that even people who were 75 or older at the beginning of it (and thus 85 or above by the time it ended) got protection from heart attacks and strokes by being active. Just the amount of walking needed to cover seven blocks in Boston, where the study took place, was helpful.

Circulation, online Nov. 4, 2015

What Can You Do?

The take-home message here is Move! It’s never too late to start. To get the most benefit from your activity, pick something you like to do (dancing? yoga? walking the dog? all are good) so you will do it regularly and stick with it. Getting a buddy or a group of friends to join in is even better, as most people don’t want to let the gang down and so will show up for the walk. That way, all your friends can also enjoy the benefits that you will gain against heart attacks and strokes.

A Holiday Gift Suggestion:

Early this year, researchers found that devices that track activity or count steps can be helpful in giving walkers motivation or feedback to keep going. While you don’t need a fancy gadget to do this, you might know someone who would appreciate an electronic device or even an ordinary pedometer as a gift this year. It might help ward off heart attacks and strokes.


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A large study that took place over nearly nine years has concluded that men receiving testosterone replacement therapy have a lower risk of cancer than those not receiving, or balancing, their hormones.  The study confirmed that there is no increased risk of cancer while on TRT, including prostate cancer.

This is something that many testosterone doctors have known for years but the myth has continued to propagate nonetheless.

“Men have been so concerned about the relationship between testosterone and prostate cancer development so it’s refreshing, finally, to have a solid clinical answer that there is no relationship between the two,” said Charles Blaisdell, Clinic Director at Boston Testosterone Partners, a center specializing in the treatment of Low Testosterone in men.

The study that was conducted took place that the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston by Dr. Michael L. Eisenberg and his associates.  It began by evaluating their database of men who had a baseline serum testosterone level.  Of those men, they then documented those who were on testosterone replacement therapy.  The study’s participants included 750 men who resided in Texas.  The study went on to link the records of these men to the Texas Cancer Registry to confirm or deny the incidence of cancer in all 750.

Out of the 750 men chosen for the study 333 of them were on testosterone replacement therapy and 417 of them were not.  The average age of the male participants was 47 years and the mean time frame that they were studied was 8.7 years.

“The study is important for aging men with untreated low testosterone,” says Blaisdell.  “Of the 750 men in the study a total of 55 of the men had developed some form of cancer in the almost 9 years.  But, importantly, of the 55, only 22 of the men were on those on testosterone replacement therapy while the other 33 were the men who were not receiving the benefits of testosterone replacement therapy,” he went on.

“These researchers even went as far as to adjust the age and years of therapy; they still found no difference in the risk of developing cancer of the men undergoing testosterone replacement therapy,” Blaisdell said.

When compared to the general Texas population, men on testosterone replacement therapy had an age-adjusted standardized cancer incident rate of 1.5 while those who were not on testosterone replacement therapy had a standardized cancer incident rate of 1.7.

The men who were not undergoing testosterone therapy had a much higher rate of cancer.  Blaisdell postulates, “This is simply because men who treat their hormone deficiencies have multi levels of health protections.  First, they are perfectly optimizing their testosterone and hormone levels so their hormonal health is second to none.  Next, men who undertake TRT, generally will care for themselves in all other aspects of health.  Regular physical exercise, mental exercise such as yoga or meditation and clean diets are commonplace among all our patients.  Men with perfectly optimized hormones do not sit on the couch with a beer and a bag of chips in each hand”

These researchers also undertook to analyze the incidents of prostate cancer.  As to that risk, the researchers discovered that men on testosterone replacement had an age adjusted standardized cancer incident rate of 2.6 versus a higher standardized cancer incident rate of 3.7 of men who were not on testosterone replacement therapy.

“We had hoped for these results,” Dr. Eisenberg said during a session at the annual meeting of the American Urological Association. “Certainly people are worried about testosterone in terms of prostate cancer development.”

This is not the first study to conclude that Testosterone Replacement Therapy has been reducing the risk in prostate cancer in men.  In a study reported this year also, Stanford researchers compared data of 722 men as well as the general population and concluded there was a decrease in prostate cancer incidence among those treating themselves with medical testosterone therapy.  (The Journal of Urology, Volume 189, Issue 4, Supplement , Pages e617-e618, April 2013.)

Testosterone therapy also plays a big role in lengthening the life span of men.

“Today, we recognize, based on dozens of studies, its importance relative to health issues such as diabetes, obesity, metabolic syndrome, and osteoporosis,” says Boston Testosterone Doctor, Abraham Morgentaler.  “Men with low T die sooner than men with normal levels of testosterone,” says Morgentaler, Harvard Doctor and author of the leading men’s health book Testosterone for Life: Recharge Your Vitality, Sex Drive, Muscle Mass, and Overall Health.

Boston Testosterone Partners is uniquely positioned to conduct testing for Low Testosterone for men nationwide.  If you are interested in having yourself checked for Low T you may contact Charles Blaisdell at

Boston Testosterone Partners is a Testosterone Replacement, Wellness and Preventative Medicine Medical Center that treats and prevents the signs and symptoms associated with Andropause and hormone imbalances.  With affiliates nationally, BTP offers hormone replacement therapy, weight loss protocols, erectile dysfunction (ED), Sermorelin-GHRP2 therapy and neutraceutical injectable therapies for men and women.  Their medical facilities offer physician examinations and treatment programs that incorporate the latest in medical science.   For more information, reviews and testimonials go to their Facebook Wall or call 855-617-MEDS (6337)

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