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    TRT Dr in Sacramento area

    I'm a Kaiser TRT patient and I'm done with them.

    I'm looking for a TRT doctor in the Sacramento Area that is reasonably priced and
    has a protocol that is not so freaking conservative or disruptive as Kaiser

    I googled and found some, but they are $495.00 for the Dr. Visit...$385.00 for labs and meds are 40-80 a month for testosterone only

    Isn't there a better/cheaper way?

    Yes, I read the sticky on finding a TRT physician, but that thread does everything but list doctors with contact info.

    I'm not new to this. 49 Male, would like 250 mg/week test cyp. HCG and some sort of estrogen blocker. Would like other hormone levels checked too which might alter my protocol. My natural Total test score is about 60...yes 60. I was buying via the web more test cyp and taking 350/week and my total test score was still only 535. I was taking HCG and liquidex. Why do I only know Total test and not Free...because Kaiser won't test anything but that. AHHH..

    Help me out please.

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    Have you tried the A4M Doctor Finder? Or maybe Defy Medical? It's a clinic but just in case you can't find a suitable doctor. The doc's there, Saya and Crisler are two of the best in the business.
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    I created a spread sheet to compare Defy Medical to my other options. Although Defy isn't covered by insurance (visit, BW or Scripts), it is still much, much cheaper within just the second visit. Also, they are more professional than my current doc and will add items to my Blood Tests as per my request.

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    Thanks for the feedback. Are these sources in the end cheaper then what I stated above? Labs? Consult? Etc?

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    As of today
    Freq of visits: 1st, then three months, then 3 or six(if BW is stable)
    freq of BW: same
    They are flexible on BW-they'll add stuff if you want. For example, DHT costs an additional $50. (my doc is inflexible)
    They are flexible with how you fill scripts (my doc is not)
    The initial visit with lab work is less than your initial visit without lab work.
    The costs of medication are low as well.
    follow up visits are cheaper than the initial visit.
    Lab work costs stay the same.

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    Anything else?

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    nope.
    editing a post is giving me fits

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