Gonadorelin is a vital component of most TRT programs. To date, the team at Royal Medical Center has worked closely with compounding pharmacies in order to test the efficiency of Gonadorelin. In doing so, patients go through a series of lab panels for about 4 months.
Royal Medical Center is the only clinic that has conducted trials to further prove the effectiveness of Gonadorelin for our patients.
Additionally, we are very precise when it comes to measuring the dosing. When the right dosage is administered, it will boost your LH levels.
Full Benefits of Gonadorelin
The following are some incentives that patients benefit from when using Gonadorelin as part of their treatment program:
- Prevents testicular shrinkage
- Increases LH
- Helps to boost libido
- Regulates and normalizes your testosterone levels
If you would like more information about Gonadorelin and its effectiveness, you can coordinate with our team at Royal Medical Center, to ensure that you are fully informed on your TRT regimen.
Lab Work For Gonadorelin & Testosterone
Our clinic at Royal Medical Center has completed hundreds of labs for our patients, in order to showcase the effectiveness of Gonadorelin. To see how the lab results should look when you’re a patient of ours on a comprehensive regimen, click here:
Beware of Testosterone Clinics
If you were to call one of these clinics, they would be extremely vague about their pricing. They will do everything within their power to get you in their front door without ever disclosing what the end pricing will be. The majority of these claims are just what they are, claims.
Beware of Supplements
If you have ever been to a vitamin store, you have seen the ads with the over-sized bodybuilder promoting a miracle pill that guarantees to increase testosterone levels and lean muscle mass while maximizing sexual performance. The truth is, the only good thing about these supplements is their advertising.
Men, Beware of Creams and Gels
Don’t be fooled by the hype of the TV commercials. The truth is, Testosterone Creams and Gels simply do not deliver enough testosterone to elevate your levels to optimal range. For that reason, the doctors at Royal Medical Center do not prescribe them.