Boston Testosterone Partners Testimonials and Reviews

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Robert from outside of Boston recently shared his results with the Boston Testosterone Partners/CORE Medical Staff…

Boston Testosterone Partners Testimonials and Reviews

Boston Testosterone Partners Testimonials and Reviews

I am a 70 year old guy who has always been extremely active, bicycling 4000 to 5000 miles / year , hiking, skiing, and working out in the gym.  Over the last few years, I have noticed a gradual drop in my athletic performance, slower recovery from exercise, and a loss of muscle mass.  Even more distressingly, I had begun to have increasingly frequent incidents of erectile dysfunction.  Given that my diet and exercise level was obviously not the issue and that I had no other health issues, these symptoms strongly suggested low testosterone.  I decided to contact Core New England and Charlie Blaisdell.  My initial blood work showed that I had the free testosterone of an 85 to 100 year old man.

Based on the results, and a discussion with ever helpful Charlie, I began testosterone replacement therapy with testosterone cypionate, HCG, and anastrozole.  As a scientist, I reviewed the available literature, which further confirmed the basis for each of these recommended prescriptions, and so I began treatment.  My response was immediate. The following note is excerpted from an email that I sent to Charlie after two weeks on his recommended therapy:

I just wanted to give a quick update on my results so far (after two weeks). Athletically, I feel better than I have in several years. I am finding that when cycling I am in at least one gear higher with the same perceived effort.  Last weekend, my wife and I cycled 45 miles over Brandon Gap and Middlebury Gap in Vermont. Ride was easy with no fatigue!  I am waking up with morning wood, and the sexual issues are gone.  I am getting results from my gym workouts now.

All in all, it is like a miracle!

Update after first ten weeks of therapy:

I continue to feel GREAT!  My wife and I have been biking in Colorado and New Hampshire this summer, and I feel stronger that I have in 20 years!  We did a 77 mile road bike loop through Pinkham Notch, Crawford Notch, routes 115 and 2 through Gorham and back to Pinkham two days ago and the ride was easier for me that it was when I last did it 10 years ago.

After three months:

The results continue to be amazing.  On a recent strenuous hilly week of cycling in Italy, I had no problems keeping up with men 20 years  younger than me, and in all ways I feel at least 20 to 30 years younger that before beginning testosterone replacement therapy.  I have regained the muscle mass that I had lost over the last few years, and I recover from strenuous exertion in the way I did when I was much younger.  Erectile dysfunction is a thing of the past.

Charlie is always available to for advice and to answer questions.  If you suspect low testosterone, my advice is to contact Core New England and Charlie immediately.  It can transform your life!  It did mine!

Low total testosterone levels are associated with an increase in death for men aged 20 through 79 – Boston Testosterone Partners

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Boston Testosterone Partners

BTP/CORE New England
Men’s Health Centers
920 Washington Street
Norwood, MA 02062
www.BostonTestosterone.com
781.269.5953

bannerad-bostontestosteronepartners-02-160x600-Ver.02Studies over and over show that low hormones are deleterious to ones health.  When levels are off, one strives to correct the same.  If cholesterol levels are high, you lower.  If thyroid levels are high or low, you correct them.  And, likewise, if hormones levels are off, you balance and optimize them.

This study shows that men aged 20–79 who have low testosterone levels below 8.7 nmol/L (250 ng/dL) have a more than two-fold increased risk of mortality from all causes, compared with those with higher serum testosterone levels. This risk is independent of age, waist circumference, smoking habits, high-risk alcohol use, and physical activity.

Background

The association of low serum testosterone levels with mortality has gained strength in recent research. However, there are few population-based studies on this association.
Objective
This study examined whether low serum testosterone levels are a risk factor for all-cause or cause-specific mortality in a population-based sample of men aged 20–79.

Methods

We used data from 1954 men recruited for the prospective population-based Study of Health in Pomerania, with measured serum testosterone levels at baseline and 195 deaths during an average 7.2-year follow-up.

A total serum testosterone level of less than 8.7 nmol/L (250 ng/dL) was classified as low.

The relationships of low serum testosterone levels with all-cause and cause-specific mortality were analysed by Cox proportional hazards regression models.

Results

Men with low serum testosterone levels had a significantly higher mortality from all causes than men with higher serum testosterone levels (HR 2.24; 95% CI 1.41–3.57).

After adjusting for waist circumference, smoking habits, high-risk alcohol use, physical activity, renal insufficiency, and levels of dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEAS), low serum testosterone levels continued to be associated with increased mortality (HR 2.32; 95% CI 1.38–3.89).

In cause-specific analyses, low serum testosterone levels predicted increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease (CVD) (HR 2.56; 95% CI 1.15–6.52) and cancer (HR 3.46; 95% CI 1.68–6.68), but not from respiratory diseases or other causes.

Conclusion

Low serum testosterone levels were associated with an increased risk of all-cause mortality independent of numerous risk factors. As serum testosterone levels are inversely related to mortality due to CVD and cancer, it may be used as a predictive marker to improve the ability to predict health risks.

Reference:
Low serum testosterone levels are associated with increased risk of mortality in a population-based cohort of men aged 20-79.
Haring R, Völzke H, Steveling A, Krebs A, Felix SB, Schöfl C, Dörr M, Nauck M, Wallaschofski H.
Eur Heart J. 2010 Jun;31(12):1494-501

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20164245

Boston Testosterone Partners
BTP/CORE New England
Men’s Health Centers
920 Washington Street
Norwood, MA 02062
www.BostonTestosterone.com
781.269.5953

Flaws and Misinformation spread about Testosterone Therapy, Part II

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Boston, Massachusetts – The Journal of American Medical Association relayed that testosterone treatment may increase the risk of cardiovascular ailments. The basis of the study cautioned that men with pre-existing cardiovascular ailments might need to avoid testosterone. The holes in this study are so large it is beyond comprehension that any journalist or reporter could take the study seriously.

It’s been long understood that untreated prolonged low testosterone can increase the risk of cardiovascular incidence. Although prescribed testosterone, the men in this study remained at a low level state. Nearly half were never retested during treatment. Recent data shows that men with total testosterone below 550 ng/dl increase their risk of cardiovascular incidence, while men 550 ng/dl and above reduce their risk by 30%.

http://content.onlinejacc.org/article.aspx?articleid=1146860 

Most participants in this study held their testosterone levels at 332 ng/dl!  They actually had deficient testosterone!

Since recommended guidelines of treatment were not followed, there were no reports showing measurements of estradiol or hematocrit. High levels of estradiol or hematocrit can increase cardiovascular risk. However, both estradiol and hematocrit are easily managed when proper treatment guidelines are followed.

The study also showed the majority of participants used testosterone patches. Once a popular method of testosterone delivery, testosterone patches are no longer used when proper treatment guidelines are followed. Patches are highly inefficient in terms of optimizing testosterone, resulting in continued hypogonadal symptoms and increased cardiovascular risk.

Perhaps the most startling piece of the study that was missed altogether or largely ignored by most reports was the rate of reported cardiovascular events. Of those taking testosterone, 10% experienced a cardiovascular event. Of those not taking testosterone, 21% experienced a cardiovascular event. The rate of mortality was greater in those who did not take testosterone.

Studies of this nature are difficult to take seriously when their parameters do not meet standard treatment guidelines. Such studies might parallel this absurd example: Shooting a man who was given testosterone, then blaming the testosterone rather than the gaping bullet hole for his demise.  Courtesy of lowtestosterone.com.

Read also:  https://bostontestosterone.wordpress.com/2014/03/18/flaws-and-disinformation-continue-to-distort-the-truth-about-testosterone-replacement-therapy-for-men/

You too can change the vicious pattern of aging and disease by engaging the team of rejuvenation experts at BTP/CORE today.

Learn about our proprietary Preventative Medicines, stop age-related disease and get into the Greatest Health of your Life with www.BostonTestosterone.com

For for more information on getting started please contact Clinic Director Charlie Blaisdell at CBlaisdell@CoreNewEngland.com

BTP/CORE New England
920 Washington Street
Norwood, MA 02062
www.BostonTestosterone.com
CBlaisdell@CORENewEngland.com
Clinic: 781-269-5953
Direct: 617-869-7961
Fax: 617-336-3400

Boston Testosterone Partners Reviews

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The Testosterone Replacement Therapy here at Boston Testosterone Partners is renowned for our Reviews and Testimonials, as well as offering the low TRT costs.

Here’s one of our recent testimonial from our Boston Testosterone Facebook Testimonial Page:

My name is James Love and I want to thank Clinic Director Charlie Blaisdell and the entire medical staff at BTP for all bannerad-bostontestosteronepartners-02-160x600-Ver.02they have done to improve my quality of life. I highly recommend you contact them to get yourself tested.Let me explain, I’m a on call mechanic and I work a minimum of 12 hrs a day, I also have always tried to follow a workout routine to maintain my health and enjoy playing the strength sports. Over the last few years its become considerably more taxing on my body and it has become so easy to cut the most important aspects of my workouts out.As a result my body fat had gotten out of control and so had my blood pressure, and I just couldn’t make myself break the cycle. I kept watching TV and seeing Low T commercials so I read up on it and yes sir , that was me. I spoke to my doctor about testing my hormone levels but was informed he was opposed to testosterone treatments period. I was left out in the cold by him. That’s when a friend of mine referred me to the doctors of BTP. I joined the clinic and did everything as it was told to me by their doctors. The clinic director, Charlie Blaisdell, was there for whatever I needed and for every step of the way, from the doctors appointments, to the blood work reading and to helping me understand the meaning of the different therapies they offer.

I have now been with the group since mid January 2014 and I want you to know, I feel GREAT!! I married my fiancé we got a small gym in the garage and a room set up for cardio work, I now do my cardio at least 4 times a week as well as all my accessory work and reps, I started doing work with my church on my days off as well as some work within my community with some local kids. And a small home business to keep me busy on my off days and a little extra money. My blood pressure is now down as well as my body fat. Just knowing that I was taking this step forced me to reevaluate my diet so I eat lots of fresh vegetables and fruit with my BTP Superfood supplement.

I refer almost everyone I know to BTP. Honestly, if you are not feeling right anymore, you owe it to yourself to contact this group. I have noting but the highest praise for their skill, care and professionalism. I’m so enthusiastic about the way the BTP medical group has helped me that I am getting my wife in for therapy too.

One more thing, for a long time I felt I couldn’t afford this but I know now it’s not that expensive at all. And we should never put a price on our happiness and well-being.

Testosterone Replacement Therapy has gained in popularity among aging men.  Therapies offered at Boston Testosterone Partners improve sexual function, libido, energy, your overall sense of well being, lean muscle mass, fat decreases and strength. Testosterone Therapy has also been found to be beneficial in preventing heart disease, diabetes, and Alzheimers Disease.

Have you got your levels tested?  Primary Care Doctor shrugged you off when you asked?

Contact BTP to find out how you can get tested today! Read our testimonials posted to our Facebook Wall for more information on BTP and what our patients experience from optimized testosterone levels.

For more information and appointments, please contact Clinic Director Charlie Blaisdell at CBlaisdell@CoreNewEngland.com

BTP/CORE New England
920 Washington Street
Norwood, MA 02062
www.BostonTestosterone.com
CBlaisdell@CORENewEngland.com
Clinic: 781-269-5953
Direct: 617-869-7961
Fax: 617-336-3400

FDA Approves new Testosterone Replacement Therapy Injectables

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There’s only one way to do Testosterone Replacement Therapy, that’s with Injectable protocols.

Creams, gels and patches do not work well at all.

Contact us at www.BostonTestosterone.com for more information on our TRT protocols!

Read more about the new FDA Approved Testosterone Injectable:  http://goo.gl/DHnV3a

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Can Testosterone Cypionate Injections be done subcutaneously (sub-Q)? – Boston Testosterone Partners

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The question gets asked by many men when they begin testosterone therapy with BTP.  The answer is yes!   The risk is always in forming an abscess, but in our experience, using .5 mls of less per sub-Q shot leaves very little risk of that.

While intramuscular injections are the preferred manner of administration, sub-Q shots are gaining popularity among men across the country who restore their testosterone.

Contact Boston Testosterone Partners for more information on our Testosterone Replacement Therapies and Preventative Medicines.

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STUDY 1

Saudi Med J. 2006 Dec;27(12):1843-6.

Subcutaneous administration of testosterone. A pilot study report.

Al-Futaisi AMAl-Zakwani ISAlmahrezi AMMorris D.
Department of Medicine, College of Medicine & Health Sciences, Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman. alfutaisi@squ.edu.om

Abstract

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effect of low doses of subcutaneous testosterone in hypogonadal men since the intramuscular route, which is the most widely used form of testosterone replacement therapy, is inconvenient to many patients.

METHODS: All men with primary and secondary hypogonadism attending the reproductive endocrine clinic at Royal Victoria Hospital, Monteral, Quebec, Canada, were invited to participate in the study. Subjects were enrolled from January 2002 till December 2002. Patients were asked to self-administer weekly low doses of testosterone enanthate using 0.5 ml insulin syringe.

RESULTS: A total of 22 patients were enrolled in the study. The mean trough was 14.48 +/- 3.14 nmol/L and peak total testosterone was 21.65 +/- 7.32 nmol/L. For the free testosterone the average trough was 59.94 +/- 20.60 pmol/L and the peak was 85.17 +/- 32.88 pmol/L. All of the patients delivered testosterone with ease and no local reactions were reported.

CONCLUSION: Therapy with weekly subcutaneous testosterone produced serum levels that were within the normal range in 100% of patients for both peak and trough levels. This is the first report, which demonstrated the efficacy of delivering weekly testosterone using this cheap, safe, and less painful subcutaneous route.

PMID: 17143361 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]

 

STUDY 2:

STABLE TESTOSTERONE LEVELS ACHIEVED WITH SUBCUTANEOUS TESTOSTERONE INJECTIONS

M.B. Greenspan, C.M. Chang
Division of Urology, Department of Surgery, McMaster University,
Hamilton, ON, Canada

Objectives: The preferred technique of androgen replacement has been intramuscular (IM) testosterone, but wide variations in testosterone levels are often seen. Subcutaneous (SC) testosterone injection is a novel approach; however, its physiological effects are unclear. We therefore investigated the sustainability of stable testosterone levels using SC therapy. Patients and methods: Between May and September 2005, we conducted a small pilot study involving 10 male patients with symptomatic late-onset hypogonadism.

Every patient had been stable on TE 200 mg IM for 1 year. Patients were instructed to self-inject with testosterone enanthate (TE) 100 mg SC (DELATESTRYL 200 mg/cc, Theramed Corp, Canada) into the anterior abdomen once weekly. Some patients were down-titrated to 50 mg based on their total testosterone (T) at 4 weeks.

Informed consent was obtained as SC testosterone administration is not officially approved by Health Canada. T levels were measured before and 24 hours after injection during weeks 1, 2, 3, and 4, and 96 hours after injection in week 6 and 8. 

At week 12, PSA, CBC, and T levels were measured however; the week 12 data are still being collected. 

Results: Prior to initiation of SC therapy, T was 19.14+3.48 nmol/l, hemoglobin 15.8+1.3 g/dl, hematocrit 0.47+0.02, and PSA 1.05+0.65 ng/ml. During the first 4 weeks, there was a steady increase in pre-injection T from 19.14+3.48 to 23.89+9.15 nmol/l (p¼0.1). However, after 8 weeks the post-injection T (25.77+7.67 nmol/l) remained similar to that of week 1 (27.46+12.91 nmol/l). Patients tolerated this therapy with no adverse effects. 

Conclusions: A once-week SC injection of 50-100 mg of TE appears to achieve sustainable and stable levels of physiological T. This technique offers fewer physician visits and the use of smaller quantity of medication, thus lower costs. However, the long term clinical and physiological effects of this therapy need further evaluation.

Do I have Low T? Find out at Boston Testosterone for $49 today!!

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Not feeling your old-self? Low Energy? Weight gain? Libido loss?

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