T-shot or Testosterone Injections

When it comes to restoring healthy levels of testosterone for both men and women who are suffering from Low T symptoms, testosterone injections, otherwise known as T Shots in Denver, really can’t be beat–provided, of course, that they are administered as part of a quality treatment program. At Thrive Health Solutions, we can prescribe self-administered injections of safe and effective bioidentical testosterone in doses tailored to your unique needs and symptoms. Contact Thrive Health Solutions today if you want to use T Shots to banish those Low T symptoms so you can feel like a whole new person.

There are several important reasons why T Shots are considered an effective means of delivery in testosterone hormone replacement therapy.

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Why We Recommend Injections:
  • Precise Dosages: Injections provide the ability to measure out precise amounts of the hormone, so you get the exact dose you need.
  • Steady Testosterone Supply: Injections mimic how the body normally receives testosterone by creating a pool of the hormone in muscle tissue that can be slowly released into the bloodstream.
  • Less Prostate Stress: Research has shown that DHT, the stronger form of testosterone, can stress the prostate. When testosterone is injected, the risk of DHT conversion is reduced.
  • Convenience: No need to come to the clinic for every treatment, our weekly testosterone injections can be self-administered at home.

T-Shot Options

Other BHRT Options

T-Shot FAQs

Difference between t-shots and creams?

One of our HRT specialists will determine the proper route of testosterone administration. We do this taking into account the patient’s preference of administration. For instance, we find that injectables are the most efficient and effective way to increase testosterone levels. Transdermal creams/gels have been shown to increase testosterone levels, but are not as effective and could be transmitted to your loved ones through contact.

Testosterone t-shots vs pellets?

Both methods are effective. The method you use will depend on whichever option you decide will work best for your lifestyle. Testosterone administration can be weekly injections or when using pellets roughly every 4-6 months for men or 3-4 months for women.

What is the main advantage to injections?

Convenience is one of the main factors to using t-shots. Another is that t-shots are adjustable in dose on a weekly basis, whereas with a pellet, you can not adjust the dose for several months.

To learn more about testosterone shots for men and women call or text our office at (303) 790-8446 for a free phone consultation today!

T-Shots For Men

Unlike in women, men do not have a clear-cut signpost marking the transition into andropause (male menopause), as testosterone levels can begin to drop every year starting at age 25. Often, the symptoms of imbalanced hormones in men are merely considered the signs of aging. The good news is, advances in Low T Therapy for men make this imbalance easily correctable.

Because the decline in testosterone levels is slow, physical changes occur very gradually. Yet, these changes can dramatically affect your quality of life and well-being. More importantly, decreased testosterone levels, whether due to aging or other conditions, may put you at risk for serious health problems such as heart disease and weak bones.

You may have an imbalance of testosterone or low T if you are experiencing any of the following:

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At Thrive Health Solutions, we are proud to offer Low T therapy for men in Denver and surrounding areas. With our simple blood test, we can tell you the state of your hormones within a few days. And with our customized approach to male hormone therapy and Low T therapy for men, your symptoms will be reduced or eliminated once your testosterone levels are replaced, bringing your level to an optimal state.

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T-Shots For Women

Most people typically think of low testosterone as a primarily male condition. While testosterone is the main male sex hormone, it is also important to female development and functioning. Specifically, testosterone plays a role in bone strength, muscle mass, fat distribution, and brain functioning.

Perhaps most importantly, it plays a crucial role in sex drive and libido. In women, testosterone is produced in the adrenal glands and ovaries. When chemical levels fall out of balance, it can lead to a number of undesirable side effects, ranging from mild to severe. This begins to happen naturally as an adult around the early 30s but can be quite extreme in some women. Keeping hormones at optimal levels is critical for maintaining vitality and an overall sense of well-being.

Women low in testosterone frequently experience:

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What are your options?

At Thrive Health Solutions, testosterone can be administered as injections and pellets. The method you use will depend on whichever option you decide will work best for your lifestyle. Testosterone administration can be weekly injections or when using pellets roughly every 3-4 months.

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SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT

OR TEXT OR CALL (303) 790-8446

Free consultations are provided via text or over the phone only.