TRT Therapy at MetroMD

Here at MetroMD we have been offering Testosterone Therapy for over 10 years. This treatment involves a brief consultation with our doctors along with some minor blood tests. Typically patients come in when they experience Low T, it’s typically different than symptoms of women’s menopause. However, some of the most common symptoms men may notice include:

  • Excess weight gain or pockets of fat in the abdomen
  • Hair loss
  • Wrinkly, deflated skin
  • Fatigue
  • Decreased libido or loss of sex drive, leading to erectile dysfunction (ED)
  • Anxiety, depression, and other nervous habits
  • Lack of mental clarity, motivation, emotion

Symptoms of Low T gradually develop over time, and is related to the decrease in your body producing testosterone and progesterone, while an increase in estrogen. It may also be contributed to a decline of human growth hormone production as well.

MetroMD is a trusted source for those who are experiencing symptoms of low testosterone or andropause. Reach out to our office today to set up a consultation and see if TRT therapy is right for you.

Posted on February 14, 2019 by:

Here at MetroMD we have been offering Testosterone Therapy for over 10 years. This treatment involves a brief consultation with our doctors along with some minor blood tests. Typically patients come in when they experience Low T, it’s typically different than symptoms of women’s menopause. However, some of the most common symptoms men may notice

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HGH for Sports Recovery

HGH or Human Growth Hormone is used for many purposes here at MetroMD. Human growth hormone (HGH) is a complex protein naturally produced by your pituitary gland near the brain. This protein directly controls the metabolic rate of cells to reproduce and repair cells, primarily to maintain a healthy body. It also helps advance childhood growth, while continuing to provide a healthy function to your heart, organs, tissues, muscles, and bones throughout the entirety of your life. HGH is instrumental in repairing the body and leading a healthy life.

HGH has shown recently at a study conducted at Michigan has shown that HGH can improve protection for tendons and ligaments by naturally promoting connective tissue growth. HGH is a hormone that stimulates cell growth and cell regeneration so naturally, it obtains healing capabilities.

The study showed that Subjects in their 20s were fitted with a hip-to-ankle cast for two weeks. Half of the men self-administered daily HGH, the other half a placebo. After the casts were removed, the group that took HGH had lost less muscle than the placebo group. And after six weeks of exercise, the group that took the hormone was able to regain full leg strength, while the placebo group never did. This study is from http://www.medicineatmichigan.org.

To learn more about our HGH Therapy contact our office at 323-285-5300 or email us at info@metromd.net

Posted on February 1, 2019 by:

HGH or Human Growth Hormone is used for many purposes here at MetroMD. Human growth hormone (HGH) is a complex protein naturally produced by your pituitary gland near the brain. This protein directly controls the metabolic rate of cells to reproduce and repair cells, primarily to maintain a healthy body. It also helps advance childhood

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Is HGH Therapy at MetroMD right for you?

Human growth hormone (HGH) is a complex protein naturally produced by your pituitary gland near the brain. This protein directly controls the metabolic rate of cells to reproduce and repair cells, primarily to maintain a healthy body. It also helps advance childhood growth, while continuing to provide healthy function to your heart, organs, tissues, muscles, and bones throughout the entirety of your life. HGH is instrumental in repairing the body and leading a healthy life.

Most individuals are unaware that they may be suffering from an HGH deficiency. Here are some of the signs and symptoms of low HGH production:

Muscle weakness in extremities
Fat accumulation in the midriff region
Osteoporosis
Fatigue, depression, or difficulty concentrating
Loss of libido (decrease in sex drive)
Poor wound healing
Hair loss
Broken or weak nails
Dry and brittle skin

At MetroMD our team takes time to understand an individual’s needs before prescribing HGH. This includes a comprehensive consult and blood test. Once our team determines your eligibility our doctors will prescribe you a specific dosage along with a tailored lifestyle plan to improve your overall diet and health so the HGH can have the most valuable effects.

To schedule your consultation today call us at 323-285-5300!

Posted on January 26, 2019 by:

Human growth hormone (HGH) is a complex protein naturally produced by your pituitary gland near the brain. This protein directly controls the metabolic rate of cells to reproduce and repair cells, primarily to maintain a healthy body. It also helps advance childhood growth, while continuing to provide healthy function to your heart, organs, tissues, muscles,

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Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Like women, men also experience age-related hormone levels, including testosterone deficiency, commonly known as “Low T.” Low T is a hot topic for males today. Beginning as early as the age 30, testosterone production begins to decrease, and men lose testosterone through a process called andropause.

Low testosterone can affect libido, energy levels, and sex drive. A few symptoms of Low Testosterone include:
-Excess weight gain or pockets of fat in the abdomen
-Hair loss
-Wrinkly, deflated skin
-Fatigue
-Decreased libido or loss of sex drive, leading to erectile dysfunction (ED)
-Anxiety, depression, and other nervous habits
-Lack of mental clarity, motivation, emotion

These symptoms gradually develop over time, and is related to the decrease in your body producing testosterone and progesterone, while an increase in estrogen. It may also be contributed to a decline of human growth hormone production as well. When men experience Low T, it can affect their everyday lives and productivity.

If you feel you have low testosterone levels contact our office at 323-285-5300 to set up a consultation.

Posted on January 18, 2019 by:

Like women, men also experience age-related hormone levels, including testosterone deficiency, commonly known as “Low T.” Low T is a hot topic for males today. Beginning as early as the age 30, testosterone production begins to decrease, and men lose testosterone through a process called andropause. Low testosterone can affect libido, energy levels, and sex

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How to AntiAge with HGH

HGH Therapy has many benefits; the growth hormone in HGH heals and rejuvenates skin, muscles and can improve overall energy levels. This makes HGH a great treatment for anyone is aging and dealing with the difficulties that evolve over time. This can include, smaller muscle mass, weaker stamina, and lower libido or overall energy.

The bodies natural slowdown has triggered an interest in using synthetic human growth hormone (HGH) as a way to stave off some of the changes linked to aging, such as decreased muscle and bone mass.

HGH could be a good alternative for anyone is dealing with the pains and aches of their older age. At MetroMD we take a look at your entire lifestyle and daily habits. This in addition to blood work will help our Doctors determine if HGH is a viable treatment for you or not.

For more questions on HGH you can check out this article: HGH At MetroMD

Give us a call with any questions 323-285-5300!

Posted on November 8, 2018 by:

HGH Therapy has many benefits; the growth hormone in HGH heals and rejuvenates skin, muscles and can improve overall energy levels. This makes HGH a great treatment for anyone is aging and dealing with the difficulties that evolve over time. This can include, smaller muscle mass, weaker stamina, and lower libido or overall energy. The

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HGH for Skin Rejuvenation and Hair Growth

HGH therapy can effectively restore hair loss and skin elasticity while reducing wrinkles and improving energy restoration.

Hair restoration, even to the point of hair color being restored, has been found as a result of the clinical trials of HGH administration. The skin becomes more hydrated and soft and there have been cases of up to 38% improvement in hair growth. People have even reported it growing faster and thicker than before. This effect has also been shown in studies in nail growth.

HGH can replace the growth hormone we normally produced growing up. It can be very effective in the renewal of energy and even vitality that has been lost as a result of aging. The best way to receive effective treatment is through a physician because they know how much to inject and when. Physicians are educated to know the proper doses used in clinical studies for the most effective results.

If you are experiencing these symptoms call for a consultation today to see if you might be a perfect candidate for HGH treatments. It might just improve more than your hair, skin and your nails. While also helping boost your overall energy levels.

We have been offering HGH here at MetroMD for over 10 years. This treatment would begin with blood tests to determine your eligibility, from there the doctor would determine if HGH is a good fit for you. Once we have determined you are qualified we can begin your therapy!

Posted on October 10, 2018 by:

HGH therapy can effectively restore hair loss and skin elasticity while reducing wrinkles and improving energy restoration. Hair restoration, even to the point of hair color being restored, has been found as a result of the clinical trials of HGH administration. The skin becomes more hydrated and soft and there have been cases of up

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HGH to Help with Menopause

HGH can be used to help women who struggle with low levels of hormones. As women age, and particularly during menopause, hormonal production tends to decrease, which can result in mood swings, elevated risk of disease, increased aging, and other complications. With the help of hormone therapy, women can combat many of the negative menopausal symptoms, and keep their bodies youthful and healthy.

During menopause, many women are at risk of developing HGH deficiency, which can be easily remedied through the use of synthetic HGH supplementation. Some of the symptoms that HGH hormone therapy can mitigate include:

Excessive weight gain and weight retention
Brittle hair and nails
Mood swings and depression
Insomnia
Osteoporosis
Muscle depletion
Physical fatigue or lack of concentration

Menopause is a difficult time for women, as it comes with its share of physical and psychological challenges. Fortunately, by receiving regular HGH injections, women can help to offset the negative symptoms of menopause, enabling them to lead a healthier and longer life.

Posted on September 26, 2018 by:

HGH can be used to help women who struggle with low levels of hormones. As women age, and particularly during menopause, hormonal production tends to decrease, which can result in mood swings, elevated risk of disease, increased aging, and other complications. With the help of hormone therapy, women can combat many of the negative menopausal

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HGH Therapy for Injury Recovery

HGH therapy has been a staple in the MetroMD practice. Patients have come to us
for years with diagnosable growth hormone deficiencies and have undergone HGH
therapy under our guidance. However, many of these patients as a secondary benefit
see old injuries repairing themselves. This is due to the fact HGH is a major hormone
responsible for tissue repair and recovery and when a patient levels are normalized
they can see themselves healing at a quicker rate.

We have seen countless patients over the years report this affect that old injury
recovery has taken place once they start an HGH program. For instance, many
patients report joints that have been aching for years starting to feel normal after
starting an HGH program.

HGH works by promoting tissues to recover and repair themselves. This hormone
signals for new cells to be made which ultimately can help heal an injury. Also,
secondarily a hormone called IGF-1 is released by the liver in response to HGH
which also signals repair of tissues around the body.So, if you are a patient with Growth Hormone Deficiency you might not be able to
recovery from an injury as well as you should. Once the deficiency is diagnosed and
a program is started a patient can look out for increased healing of some past
injuries. If you have any questions regarding this therapy please don’t hesitate to
book and appointment with MetroMD today.

Posted on May 30, 2018 by:

HGH therapy has been a staple in the MetroMD practice. Patients have come to us for years with diagnosable growth hormone deficiencies and have undergone HGH therapy under our guidance. However, many of these patients as a secondary benefit see old injuries repairing themselves. This is due to the fact HGH is a major hormone

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HGH Therapy for Children of Short Stature

Over the past two decades HGH (Human Growth Hormone) Therapy has demonstrated its success in aiding growth in children of short stature. Who are these children? They are individuals who fall below the “fiftieth percentile” on the Growth Curve, the metric or measuring tool we use to evaluate a child’s growth progression.

In 1997 HGH was synthesized in the laboratory, making it for the first time available to large numbers of people. The first groups to receive the hormone were those children who failed to grow or who were well within the parameters described above. With studies and data from tracking those first individuals from over twenty-five years ago, we can see the hormone therapy is beneficial. Sadly, when twins were discovered in families provided with HGH, it was sometimes discovered that one twin was denied the therapy by parents for financial reasons. The “child left behind” became unwillingly the “control” in an unofficial study whereas the identical twin treated became the “subject receiving the therapy.”

Our experience at MetroMD demonstrates that children receiving HGH therapy often grow one and half to two inches over a six to nine month period, usually over Spring and Summer. A critical factor in those children approaching 17 and 18 years of age is the “Bone’s Growth Plates.” Those are areas in the long bones which must remain open for the bones to lengthen. As puberty ends and we approach 18 years of age, the growth plates close and our height is fixed. There are exceptions to this observation in which more growth in height occurs as late as age twenty but these are rare.

The HGH is administered in a pen form with a very small needle that delivers the correct amount daily of HGH easily and without discomfort just under the skin. The experience is quite different from that of receiving a vaccine or antibiotic injection and for that the children treated often smile and express their surprise at how little the injection hurt.

Posted on May 22, 2018 by:

Over the past two decades HGH (Human Growth Hormone) Therapy has demonstrated its success in aiding growth in children of short stature. Who are these children? They are individuals who fall below the “fiftieth percentile” on the Growth Curve, the metric or measuring tool we use to evaluate a child’s growth progression. In 1997 HGH

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Testosterone to Enhance Libido

For over a hundred years Science has shown that replacement of the male hormone,
Testosterone, restores libido. Initially, it was discovered that synthetically produced male
hormone allowed children born without it to develop normally. When applied to adults, it was
found males responded with greater interest in social contacts and their libido increased by two
to three fold. Oddly, it was also found in the 1970’s that small amounts, a fraction of what is
necessary to restore libido in males, when given to females ALSO increased their libido even
more dramatically than in males.

Today in 2018 we know the dangers of overdosing patients on hormones and we take
precautions in both males and females to avoid misuse of these powerful substances.

Individuals in the mid thirties present from time to time with complaints of depression and loss of
libido. When blood tests reveal their levels of testosterone are “low” or “low normal” we are at
first surprised. Why is that? How is it possible to have such low levels in healthy young people,
we ask.

Stress and dietary fads create issues at all ages but, especially now, in urban settings we see
males young and old buying into the adds we see on billboards. The adds encourage us to look
like the models up there on the billboards and we fill pressured to compete in the urban
environment with images we are bombarded with every day. We forget those images have been
pixelated and airbrushed and modified to look the way they do. Within months of buying into the
“Look” voilà…we have a drop in testosterone and a loss of libido.

This phenomenon worsens when we add the pressure and stress of everyday work.
Competition and a drive to “get that part” in this or that production, “to get that promotion” or to
“get ahead of the guy we are competing with” — all make the stress levels higher. That stress
releases THE STRESS HORMONE — CORTISOL. That hormone has a direct effect on turning
all of our natural energy away from the ordinary tasks of making sex hormones like
testosterone. Instead, that energy goes to make “the fight or flight” hormone — adrenaline and
the necessary proteins and energy-sugars to help us to deal with the stress. So, stress is a big
contributor to “low T” and loss of libido in young people of both sexes.

Posted on May 5, 2018 by:

For over a hundred years Science has shown that replacement of the male hormone, Testosterone, restores libido. Initially, it was discovered that synthetically produced male hormone allowed children born without it to develop normally. When applied to adults, it was found males responded with greater interest in social contacts and their libido increased by two

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