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In order to be considered for SKN Marquette's Men's Health program, you will be required to meet one of our physicians in person for an appointment, which would cover a physical exam and consultation. This would be used with your laboratory bloodwork results to identify your therapy program.

All patient therapy will be recommended by a physician based on:

  • extensive specialist blood work,

  • a physical exam,

  • patient medical history,

  • and severity of symptoms.

The appropriate form and dosage of testosterone will be used to safely increase levels. Additional medications to ensure your natural production does not decline may also be included in your therapy.

These clinically induce testosterone production in the testes, to prevent testicular shut down or atrophy. And finally, an Aromatase Inhibitor (AI) may be used to reduce the action of estrogen while taking external testosterone. The AI would be used to prevent a condition called gynecomastia, or the enlargement of glandular tissue on the male chest.


At this time SKN Marquette does not accept insurance for this treatment program.  Initial consultation is FREE and should you be accepted into the program, you'll be charged a flat, monthly fee to cover your office visits and medication.  Laboratory and other diagnostic testing services ordered by your SKN Marquette Low T physician may be covered by your insurance policy.

Patients using testosterone should seek medical attention from the a hospital Emergency Department immediately if symptoms of a heart attack or stroke are present such as:

  • Chest pain

  • Shortness of breath or trouble breathing

  • Weakness in one part or one side of the body

  • Slurred speech

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