Testosterone Replacement Therapy Grand Blanc

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Testosterone Replacement Therapy in Grand Blanc

How do you treat Low Testosterone Levels? 

2REJUV treats Low T levels with Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) at our Grand Blanc Location. Elevating your Testosterone levels to a normal range can have genuine, positive effects. Most men  notice, a better overall feeling of well-being, improved strength, muscle mass and endurance, as well as a return of libido and improved sexual function. Ready to Start? Call 877-6 2REJUV or 877-627-3588 or

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy in Grand Blanc

Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is a testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) using bio-identical hormones, these are hormones that are chemically identical to those your body produces. The treatments contain hormones and other prescriptions and supplements formulated specifically for you, with dosages and ingredients based on your individual lab tests results and physical exam.

Testosterone Replacement Therapy with Testosterone Injections

The 2REJUV physician will prescribe Testosterone replacement therapy, out of our Grand Blanc location, following  blood results and an in-person physical examination and evaluation. A valid assessment of a patient for bioidentical Testosterone replacement therapy requires specific blood tests, as well as a physical evaluation and assessment for testosterone deficiency, by a 2REJUV provider.

Intramuscular testosterone injections has been used for years due to its effectiveness and low cost. 2REJUV Free testosterone has a half-life of only 10 minutes, the esterification process renders testosterone less polar and more lipid soluble, thereby prolonging its duration of action. Delivery of these esters through an oil-based depot injection allows their slow release.

Testosterone injections are used in men with conditions associated with deficiency or absence of endogenous testosterone (Low T).  Blood tests should be run before treatment begins, and periodically throughout treatment to check hormone levels, hemoglobin and hematocrit levels when receiving long-term testosterone injection treatments.


Testosterone is an androgen steroid hormone made naturally by your body and is responsible for the normal development and growth of males, as well as reproductive organs and maintenance of other sexual characteristics. Testosterone is produced primarily in the testes, the reproductive glands that also produce sperm. The amount of testosterone produced by the testes is regulated by the pituitary gland and the hypothalamus. It is the principal male sex hormone. Testosterone is essential for health and well-being as well as maintaining bone density.

The physiological actions of testosterone in males are far reaching. For example:

    •         Growth and maturation of the penis, scrotum and testes during puberty
    •         Enlargement of the larynx (voice box) that results in a deepening of the voice
    •         Stimulation of hair growth
    •         Increases in libido (sex drive)
    •         Increases in basal (resting) metabolic rate
    •         Increases in number of red blood cells and total blood volume
    •         Increases in muscle protein synthesis resulting in increased muscle mass
    •         Increased bone strength due to calcium retention
    •         Reductions in muscle glycogen breakdown during exercise
    •         Elevated mood and energy levels
    •         Increases in skin thickness



The brain and the testes work together to keep testosterone levels within normal range. Testosterone levels in men, also known as T levels, are considered normal if they are between 300 ng/dL and 1200 ng/dL. Studies estimate that today, two to four million men in the U.S. alone suffer from low testosterone levels,  known as hypogonadism. The symptoms of hypogonadism are often overlooked because they are often mistaken for ordinary signs of aging. It is estimated that only 5% of the millions of men with hypogonadism are currently being treated.

Men with Low testosterone or Low T,  may experience all or some of the following symptoms:

    •         Low interest in sex
    •         Fatigue
    •         Muscle weakness
    •         Decline in muscle mass
    •         Decreased mental sharpness
    •         Loss of motivation
    •         Small or soft testicles
    •         Erectile dysfunction (unable to maintain erections)
    •         Weight gain, particularly around the waist
    •         Loss of body hair, reduced shaving
    •         Reduced bone density
    •         Depression
    •         Anemia

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