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HCG / Gonadorelin Assisted Fat Loss

30 Day – HCG / Gonadorelin without the 500 Calorie Diet!

At Hormone Treatment Centers, we employ a combination of HCG injections, comprehensive body composition analysis, structured meal planning, and personalized coaching to protect muscle mass and optimize fat loss. The use of HCG stimulates the release of stored fat, converting it into a readily available energy source.

This approach enables patients on a very low calorie diet to maintain high energy levels and reduces feelings of hunger. The outcome is a fat-burning experience characterized by low calorie intake and heightened energy levels. On average, our patients achieve significant results through this program.…

  1. Females metabolize .30 to .80 pounds of stored fat per day 
  2. Males metabolize .80 to 1.2 pounds of stored fat per day

Why is Body Composition Analysis Important with HCG / Gonadorelin Treatments?

In our pursuit of optimizing our patients’ weight, we strive to determine the ideal balance of body fat mass, lean muscle mass, and total body water. Merely focusing on “losing weight” without considering the specific composition of weight loss can be both devoid of meaning and potentially detrimental to one’s health. To ensure the highest level of care, we closely monitor our patients and make necessary adjustments to minimize any potential loss of muscle mass during the course of our treatment.

To initiate the program, we commence with a thorough examination and preliminary screening, meticulously reviewing your symptoms and medical history. Additionally, we provide training on the proper utilization of HCG/Go, including detailed instructions on administering the hormone through injections. More about Body Compostion Testing…

For body compostion testing we make use of the InBody 570 Body Composition Analyzer 

HCG / Gonadorelin Program Components

  • 6000 IU HCG Kit, (Injectable HCG / Gonadorelin Hormone, Needles, Swabs)
  • 4 Consults with Coach
  • Meal Plan
  • 4 Body Composition Readings
  • Daily text communications or “as needed” with coach

Program / Dietary Adjustments Based on Individual Performance!

The type of weight gained or lost is carefully monitored and recorded during each consultation using one of the most precise Bio Impedance machines available. The resulting reports are easy to understand and allow our coaches to focus on maximizing fat loss, minimizing muscle wastage, and maintaining the highest possible metabolism.

The metabolism is represented as a real number on our reports. Achieving optimal fat loss requires personalized eating plans that are tailored to each patient’s unique experience and results. We understand that effective body management programs cannot rely on one-size-fits-all meal plan templates but must be customized for each patient to achieve the best outcomes. During the low-calorie phase, we often make adjustments to the meal plans on a weekly or bi-weekly basis.

NOTE: The FDA has not approved Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG / Gonadorelin) for use in the treatment of obesity or to aid in weight loss. Due to the lack of scientific evidence on such unapproved uses of HCG.

Unveiling the Essence of Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) for Women

As women age, their bodies gradually produce lower levels of hormones compared to their younger years. BHRT involves replacing these depleted hormones with natural ones, just like the body used to produce.

This approach promotes longevity and vitality by addressing hormone deficiencies. Restoring these hormones can often alleviate and reverse the symptoms associated with hormone imbalance. Women who undergo hormone replacement therapy often report feeling rejuvenated, with renewed passion and zest for life.

When Do Perimenopause / Menopause Symptoms Begin? 

Perimenopause and menopause symptoms can occur at different stages in a woman’s life. At our clinic, we’ve observed that symptoms typically manifest between the ages of 39 and 45. During this period, women may experience variations in menstrual cycles, with a difference of seven days or more between consecutive cycles. Additionally, there is a slight increase in FSH levels, while estradiol levels remain relatively stable.

Menopause symptoms commonly emerge during the perimenopause transition, occurring at a median age of 47, which is four to six years before natural menopause. Vasomotor symptoms, including hot flashes, are most likely to occur within two years after the last menstrual cycle. This menopause phase can last from one to six years after the final menses. During this time, the ovaries come close to follicular exhaustion, resulting in decreased production of estradiol and an increase in follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) levels.

It is not uncommon for perimenopause and menopause symptoms to be mistaken for other age-related medical conditions, making the transition challenging to recognize and treat.

Furthermore, symptoms can persist long after menopause, hysterectomies, and ablations, as these procedures and the natural course of the body’s transition lead to increased FSH levels.

Nearly all women with a uterus experience changes in their menstrual patterns during the perimenopause and menopause years due to hormonal fluctuations prior to ovarian follicular depletion.

What are the Symptoms of Menopause / Perimenopause Due to Hormone Depletion?

  • Sleep Problems: Poor sleep quality and disturbances in sleep patterns.
  • Emotional Changes: Feelings of depression and a decreased sense of well-being.
  • Hot Flashes: Sudden episodes of intense heat, often accompanied by sweating.
  • Night Sweats: Excessive sweating during sleep, leading to discomfort.
  • Vaginal Dryness: Dryness and discomfort in the vaginal area, which can worsen during arousal and cause itching.
  • Migraine Headaches: Severe headaches accompanied by sensitivity to light and sound.
  • Mood Swings: Irritability and sudden changes in mood.
  • Fatigue and Apathy: Persistent tiredness and a lack of motivation.
  • Decreased Libido: Reduced sexual desire and diminished interest in sexual activities.
  • Cognitive Issues: Mental fog, forgetfulness, and difficulties with concentration and memory.
  • Weight Gain: Increase in body fat, particularly around the midsection.
  • Anxiety and Palpitations: Feelings of anxiety and occasional rapid heartbeat.
  • Crying Spells: Episodes of unexplained crying or emotional outbursts.
  • Insomnia: Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep throughout the night.
  • Decreased Bone Density: Accelerated loss of bone density, leading to conditions like osteoporosis and osteopenia.
  • Joint Pain: Discomfort and pain in the joints.
  • Decreased Muscle Tone: Loss of muscle tone and reduced exercise tolerance.
  • Weakened Immune System: Increased susceptibility to illnesses and infections.

What Are the Differences in Hormone Replacement Care?

When considering hormone replacement care, it is crucial to take into account the differences in treatment approaches:

  • Bioidentical Hormones: Do they use bio-identical hormones instead of pharmaceuticals?
  • Comprehensive Hormone Approach: Does the provider address all hormones and comprehend their interrelationships?
  • Personalized Treatment Plans: Do they develop unique treatment plans tailored to each patient’s symptoms, lab values, and medical history?
  • Optimal Symptom Interpretation: Do they interpret lab values to optimize symptoms rather than solely relying on “normal ranges”?
  • Individualized Adjustments: Do they understand the relationship between symptoms and hormones, enabling individualized adjustments for each patient?
  • Appropriate Delivery Systems: Do they utilize the appropriate delivery system for each hormone (e.g., injection, pellet, creams, tablets, troche), as this can
  • significantly impact outcomes?
  • Correct Hormone Dosage: Is the dosage of each hormone correct?
  • Suitable Treatment Frequency: Is the treatment frequency suitable for the patient’s body metabolism?
  • Effective Side Effect Management: Do they effectively manage potential side effects?
  • Comprehensive Risk Management: Do they appropriately address risk factors?

What are the Benefits of Hormone Replacement Therapy “HRT”?

Reverse menopausal symptoms: hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, and vaginal dryness

  • “Loss of hormones at menopause results in significant genital atrophy, vaginal dryness, introital stenosis, and painful intercourse.” Family Practice News 2005 March;58-59

Enhance sexual response, sexual desire, and level of sexual arousal

  • “Loss of testosterone causes loss of libido, energy, strength, sexual function, memory, cognition, muscle and bone. Testosterone replacement, as far as quality of life is concerned, is tremendous.” Medical Crossfire 2001 Jan;Vol.3 No.1:17-18

Increased motivation and sense of emotional well-being

  • “Estrogen protects against neuron-degeneration, changes in mood, cognition and behavior.” Clinical Genetics 1998 May;6(5):15-19.

Maintain and build bone (prevents/reverses osteoporosis)

  • “The largest study to date, the Nurses’ Health Study, demonstrated a 100% decrease in heart disease and cancer for estrogen users. It is never too late to initiate estrogen therapy to arrest the progression of osteoporosis and hip fractures.” Female Patient 2004 Oct;Vol 29: 35-41.

Decrease body fat/ increased muscle ton

  • “Estrogen lowers cortisol which in turn reduces abdominal fat.” Female Patient, 2001April; 26:18-24.

Improved cognition/ brain function

  • “Higher testosterone levels increase cognition and memory.” Neurology 2005 Mar. 8; 64-5:866-71.

Do I Have Hormone Imbalance? 

Hormone Treatment Centers: Clinic Introduction

Unlock Vitality: Restoring Testosterone Levels for Men of All Ages

As men age, their bodies naturally produce less testosterone, which is the primary male hormone. Many people attribute the symptoms of testosterone deficiency to the aging process and do not consider it a condition that can be treated. However, it is possible to treat testosterone deficiency with bioidentical Testosterone, which is structurally identical to the testosterone produced by the body. Treating the depletion of testosterone can effectively manage most of the negative side effects.

Men who experience signs of andropause, also known as “male menopause,” which can occur as early as 30 years old in some cases, can benefit greatly from testosterone replacement therapy. Each patient has unique starting hormone levels and symptoms, as well as a unique response to treatment. Therefore, our medical staff works closely with each patient to develop individualized treatment plans and make necessary adjustments to optimize their blood chemistry.

At Hormone Treatment Centers, we approach patient care with a philosophy of proactive empathy. We understand the detrimental impact of aging and strive to reverse as many age-related issues as possible. Our primary focus is to restore hormonal deficiencies associated with aging and then address the symptoms caused by hormonal depletion.

This comprehensive approach provides relief from a wide range of symptoms, including some that are not commonly associated with hormonal depletion. Our patients often report unexpected resolution of negative issues in various areas of their lives. They are more enthusiastic than we are about recognizing the positive impact our treatment has on their overall well-being. We are delighted to restore vitality and effectively manage the aging process for our exceptional patients.

What Are the Medical Benefits of Low T / Male Hormone Therapy?

TargetEffects Of Testosterone
Male Sex OrgansGrowth, development, maintenance of secondary sex characteristics, sperm production, erections and prostatic function
BehaviorImproved libido, mood, memory and energy
BoneLinear growth, closure of the epiophyses, increases bone mineral density
Fat tissue Body and abdominal fat reduction
MuscleAnabolic, increases muscle mass and strength
LiverStimulates production of serum protiens
KidneyStimulates erythropoietin production which increases blood counts
HeartDilates blood vessels in the heart
BloodSuppression of clotting factors (II,V,VII), low HDL-cholestrol
BoneStimulates stem cell production
HairInfluences body hair growth, especially facial hair

Navigating Andropause: Detecting the Warning Signs of Testosterone Deficiency in Men

  • Fatigue is low and chronic.
  • Optimism decreases, and there is a mild apathy and lack of drive.
  • Forgetfulness increases.
  • Irritability and depressed mood occur.
  • Libido diminishes.
  • Erectile dysfunction is experienced.
  • Body fat, particularly visceral belly fat, increases.
  • Lean muscle mass and strength decrease.
  • Bone density is lost, leading to osteoporosis.
  • Insomnia is present.
  • Joint pain and backache are felt.
  • Mental fatigue and inability to focus are experienced.

Reclaim Your Vitality: The Life-Changing Effects of Bioidentical Testosterone Replacement Therapy (BHRT)

  • Mood and sense of well-being are elevated.
  • Libido is restored and enhanced, along with the ability to achieve and maintain erections.
  • Testosterone replacement therapy improves various aspects of life, including libido, energy, strength, sexual function, memory, cognition, muscle, and bone (Medical Crossfire 2001Jan;Vol.3 No.1:17-18)
  • Lean muscle mass increases.
  • Inflammation is reduced, leading to decreased joint stiffness and joint pain.
  • Body fat, especially visceral (belly) fat, is reduced.
  • Vitality and zest for life are restored, while mood is elevated.
  • Energy levels, as well as mental and physical stamina, increase.
  • Insulin resistance is reduced.
  • Testosterone supplementation lowers cardiovascular risk by reducing abdominal fat and improving insulin sensitivity. It also lowers cholesterol. (Diabetes Metab 2004 Feb;30(1):29-34)
  • Memory is restored, and concentration improves.
  • Higher testosterone levels are associated with increased cognition and memory. (Neurology 2005 Mar. 8; 64-5:866-71)
  • Metabolic syndrome can be reversed.
  • BHRT helps protect against heart disease by decreasing total cholesterol, LDL, and triglycerides. (Atherosclerosis 1996 Mar;121(1): 35-43)
  • Bone density increases, leading to improved calcium retention.

Debunking Myths: Separating Fact from Fiction about Testosterone Therapy Treatment

  • Myth: TRT is only for bodybuilders or athletes. Reality: Some people think TRT is exclusively for bodybuilders or athletes, but that’s not true. TRT primarily aims to treat individuals with low testosterone levels due to medical conditions or aging.
  • Myth: TRT leads to aggressive behavior or “roid rage.” Reality: Some people believe that TRT causes aggressive behavior, commonly known as “roid rage.” However, there is no scientific evidence supporting this claim. TRT is intended to restore testosterone levels to a normal range under medical supervision, not to promote excessive aggression.
  • Myth: TRT causes prostate cancer. Reality: It is a misconception that TRT directly causes prostate cancer. Studies have not established a direct causal relationship between the two. However, individuals with a history of prostate cancer or other prostate-related conditions may need careful monitoring while undergoing TRT.
  • Myth: TRT will make you infertile. Reality: Some people think that TRT causes permanent infertility, but that’s not entirely accurate. TRT can temporarily suppress sperm production, but it typically does not lead to permanent infertility. In fact, in some cases, TRT can even improve fertility for men with low testosterone levels who are experiencing infertility.
  • Myth: TRT is a magic solution for all age-related problems. Reality: While TRT can improve symptoms associated with low testosterone levels, such as low energy, reduced libido, and decreased muscle mass, it is not a cure-all for all age-related issues. The effectiveness of TRT may vary for different individuals, and it should always be used under the guidance of a qualified healthcare professional who can tailor the treatment to specific needs..

NIA Research on Male Hormone Treatments with Testosterone

The National Institute on Aging (NIA) conducted a notable study focused on male hormone treatments involving testosterone. In this study, the NIA examined the effects of raising testosterone levels in 108 male patients over a period of 36 months. The initial testosterone levels of these participants were measured at 370 ng/dl, which was within the low-normal range for males.

Throughout the course of the study, the participants’ testosterone levels were increased to 640 ng/dl. The results of the study were significant and demonstrated several positive outcomes. On average, each participant experienced a loss of six pounds of fat and gained five pounds of lean muscle mass over the duration of the study. This indicates that increasing testosterone levels within the body can lead to favorable changes in body composition, with a reduction in fat and an increase in muscle mass.

Moreover, the study also revealed improvements in bone density among the participants. This finding suggests that elevated testosterone levels may have a positive impact on bone health and density, which is particularly important as individuals age and are at a higher risk of developing osteoporosis or experiencing bone-related issues.

One of the noteworthy aspects of this study is that it demonstrated the potential for body composition improvements even when starting with testosterone levels that were already within the low-normal range. This implies that individuals with testosterone levels considered normal or slightly low may still benefit from hormone treatments to enhance their body composition and overall well-being.


How Much Does it Cost to Start Testosterone Treatments?

TRT, or Testosterone Replacement Therapy, is a personalized treatment tailored to your specific needs. As a result, the total cost of TRT can vary from person to person. In certain instances, it may be possible to utilize your insurance coverage to help cover the expenses. During your consultation with the team at Hormone Treatment Centers, we will assist you in assessing the expected cost of your TRT, taking into consideration your individual requirements.

On average, male patients who undergo basic TRT treatments typically incur costs ranging from $150.00 to $200.00 per month. However, it is important to note that these figures serve as a general guideline and may differ depending on your unique treatment plan. Rest assured, our team will work closely with you to provide a more accurate estimate based on your specific needs and circumstances.

Is TRT the Same as Steroids?

No, TRT (Testosterone Replacement Therapy) is not the same as using steroids. Although both TRT and steroid use involve the administration of testosterone, there are significant distinctions between the two.

TRT is a medical treatment prescribed by healthcare professionals to individuals with clinically low testosterone levels. The primary objective of TRT is to restore testosterone levels to a normal range, addressing symptoms such as low energy, decreased libido, and muscle loss that are associated with low testosterone. TRT is typically administered under the supervision of a healthcare provider in a regulated and controlled manner.

On the other hand, steroid use generally refers to the illicit or non-medical consumption of anabolic steroids. Anabolic steroids are synthetic substances designed to mimic the effects of testosterone in the body. They are often used by certain athletes or bodybuilders to enhance performance or promote muscle growth beyond natural capabilities. In this context, steroids are frequently taken in significantly higher doses than those prescribed for TRT, and they are often obtained without a legitimate medical prescription.

It is crucial to understand that TRT is conducted under the guidance of medical professionals with the aim of restoring testosterone levels to a normal range and improving overall well-being. In contrast, the non-medical use of steroids is illegal and can potentially pose health risks. If you are considering testosterone treatments, it is always recommended to consult with a qualified healthcare professional to discuss your specific needs and ensure the highest level of safety and effectiveness.

What Are Normal Testosterone Levels? 

The normal testosterone levels can differ depending on various factors, including age and gender. Here are the typical ranges for normal testosterone levels in adult males:

  1. Total Testosterone Levels: In adult males, the usual range for total testosterone levels falls between 300 and 1,300 ng/dL (nanograms per deciliter).
  2. Free Testosterone Levels: Free testosterone refers to the amount of testosterone not bound to proteins in the bloodstream. The normal range for free testosterone levels can vary, but it generally ranges from 50 to 210 pg/mL (picograms per milliliter).

It’s important to understand that these ranges serve as general guidelines, and individual testosterone levels may deviate. If you suspect you have low testosterone or experience symptoms associated with low testosterone, it is advisable to seek guidance from a healthcare professional. They can assess your symptoms, conduct appropriate tests, and offer personalized advice based on your specific circumstances.

Does TRT Shorten Your Life? 

RT, or Testosterone Replacement Therapy, does not shorten your lifespan. In fact, it may have potential benefits that can contribute to a longer lifespan. Research suggests that TRT can help reduce the risk of certain health conditions such as coronary artery disease and Type II diabetes. Additionally, TRT may aid in reducing visceral fat, which is associated with various health risks.

Furthermore, TRT can enhance your overall quality of life. It has the potential to increase energy levels, boost sex drive, and assist in achieving and maintaining erections, which can positively impact sexual well-being. These improvements in vitality and sexual function can contribute to an enhanced quality of life.

It’s important to note that the effects of TRT can vary among individuals, and the therapy should be administered under the guidance of a healthcare professional who can assess your specific needs and monitor your progress. While TRT offers potential benefits, it’s essential to have a comprehensive understanding of the treatment and its implications, and to consult with a qualified healthcare provider to determine the suitability of TRT for your individual circumstances.

Does Low Testosterone Cause ED?

Having low testosterone levels can lead to erectile dysfunction (ED). When testosterone is insufficient, it can affect the normal functioning of the reproductive system, causing difficulties in achieving and maintaining healthy erections.

However, Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) offers a potential solution by restoring and optimizing testosterone levels. TRT aims to bring testosterone levels back to normal, providing the necessary hormonal support for optimal sexual function.

By addressing the root cause of ED, which is often low testosterone, TRT may help improve sexual performance and restore erectile function. It’s important to keep in mind that the effectiveness of TRT for ED can vary from person to person. Therefore, it is crucial to seek guidance from a healthcare professional who can assess your specific situation, conduct appropriate tests, and provide personalized advice.

If you are experiencing erectile dysfunction or suspect that low testosterone may be a contributing factor, it is recommended to consult with a qualified healthcare provider. They can evaluate your symptoms, discuss potential treatment options such as TRT, and guide you towards the most suitable approach for addressing your individual needs.

Can Testosterone Replacement Therapy Improve My Sex Drive?

Yes, Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) has the potential to improve your sex drive. Testosterone is a key hormone involved in regulating sexual desire and arousal in both men and women. When testosterone levels are low, it can negatively impact libido or sex drive.

By undergoing TRT, which aims to restore testosterone levels to a normal range, individuals with low testosterone may experience an improvement in their sex drive. Increasing testosterone levels through TRT can help enhance sexual desire, making it easier to feel sexually aroused and interested in engaging in sexual activity.

However, it’s important to note that the effects of TRT on sex drive can vary among individuals. Factors such as overall health, underlying causes of low testosterone, and other individual considerations can influence the outcome. Additionally, TRT is typically most effective for individuals whose low sex drive is related to low testosterone levels.

If you are experiencing a decrease in sex drive or suspect low testosterone may be a contributing factor, it is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional. They can evaluate your symptoms, conduct appropriate tests, and provide personalized advice regarding TRT and other potential treatment options to address your specific needs.

Can Testosterone Replacement Therapy Help Me Feel More Energetic?

Yes, Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) can help increase your energy levels, especially if you are experiencing chronic fatigue due to low testosterone (low T). TRT aims to restore testosterone to a normal range, which can alleviate fatigue and boost overall energy. It is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional to discuss TRT as a potential treatment option for addressing low energy levels caused by low testosterone.

Can I Be Too Old For TRT?

There is no upper age limit for Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT). TRT can be beneficial for older individuals who are experiencing symptoms of low testosterone. As we age, testosterone levels naturally decline, which can lead to various symptoms such as fatigue, reduced muscle mass, decreased libido, and mood changes.

TRT can help address these symptoms and improve the overall well-being of older individuals. By restoring testosterone levels to a normal range, TRT can enhance energy levels, increase muscle mass, improve sexual function, and promote a better sense of vitality and quality of life.

Do I Have Low T? 

Hormone Treatment Centers: Clinic Introduction


Are There Non-Opioid, Non-Pharmaceutical Pain Treatment Options Available?

The Hormone Treatment Centers provide a non-opioid, non-pharmaceutical approach to pain recovery. We firmly believe in assisting patients without depending on controlled narcotics/opioids to manage pain.

We recognize the public health, regulatory, and societal concerns associated with the ongoing reliance on these controlled substances as the primary treatment for both acute and chronic pain conditions. Therefore, we actively pursue and are committed to an alternative strategy.

Options for Treating Pain and Injuries in Kansas City!

We adopt a holistic and comprehensive approach when evaluating patients, taking into account their metabolic, physiological, hormonal, emotional, and physical state. This evaluation helps us determine the extent to which these factors contribute to the persistence of their pain.

Our focus lies in implementing a non-narcotic, rehabilitative, and nutritional program that promotes metabolic balance. By doing so, we aim to facilitate the patient’s recovery and potentially surpass their previous level of functionality.

Our goals revolve around restoring and rehabilitating patients, while also maintaining hormonal and physical balance, which we believe is crucial for their emotional and spiritual well-being. We strongly believe that the continued use of controlled substances hinders progress in various aspects. Therefore, we are confident that we offer a superior alternative approach.

BPC 157  Healing Peptide “Wolverine” Pain and Injury Recovery

Body Protection Compound (BPC) 157 is extracted from human gastric juice and has shown remarkable capabilities in speeding up the healing process and reducing pain in various types of wounds and damaged regions. This includes injuries and afflictions affecting the gastrointestinal tract, such as the gut and intestines. BPC 157 effectively promotes healing and alleviates pain in diverse bodily areas that have been compromised. Learn more…

Natural Pain/Joint Injections

We provide a completely natural and safe treatment for relieving pain, inflammation, and muscle spasms associated with injuries, arthritis, and various medical conditions. Our approach guarantees the absence of tissue damage or systemic reactions, placing the patient’s well-being as our top priority.

Our treatment specifically targets the sensory nerves, effectively managing pain without impacting the motor nerves. This focused action ensures relief from discomfort while maintaining normal motor function.. Learn more…

Platelet Concentrate Injection

Platelet concentrate injections are an innovative treatment for pain and injuries. By using a patient’s blood to isolate the platelet-rich plasma, these injections stimulate healing, reduce inflammation, and alleviate pain. They have shown promise in treating musculoskeletal conditions like osteoarthritis and tendonitis, offering a non-surgical and effective alternative for pain relief and recovery. Ongoing research highlights the safety and effectiveness of PCI injections for those seeking relief from pain and injuries. Learn more…

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