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There are serious health risks associated with low levels of male and female hormones that should not be ignored.
As men and women age, your body’s ability to produce optimal levels of hormones decrease. In men, that means a decrease in testosterone of about 1% a year after the age of 30. Both men and women can experience symptoms of gradually decreasing levels over time to the point where those symptoms can go unnoticed.
The good news is that hormone deficiencies can be diagnosed and easily treated.
We’ve included answers to some common questions below. If you have questions regarding your own health concerns, book an appointment or give us a call today.
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A: Please contact your insurance company directly and ask if they cover the therapy you are interested in. Also, be aware of any deductible you may have as this can impact the cost.
Our blood tests are done through Quest Diagnostics or LabCorp, in which your insurance will provide standard lab work coverage (that’s no different than from your primary care provider). This is typically done at the evaluation phase, after 9 weeks of treatment, and again at 1 year of treatment.
For testosterone therapy specifically:
Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT). If they do, we are happy to provide you with receipts so that you can be reimbursed for your therapy. Please provide them the following medical codes if requested:
- CPT code: J3145 (Testosterone Replacement Therapy)
- Diagnosis Code: E29.1: Testicular Hypo-function