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How It Works, Prescription Process
Steps to Hormone Therapy
The majority of hormone medications (HGH, Human Growth Hormone, Testosterone, HCG, Estrogen, Progesterone etc.) are available by prescription only and regulated by the FDA – Federal Food and Drug Administration.
In order for AAG Health partner physicians to prescribe these hormone medications they must establish clinical need and medical necessity, have a direct professional doctor-patient relationship, and make a diagnosis for: Adult Onset Growth Hormone Deficiency Syndrome; Hypogonadism / Andropause; Menopause; Hypothyroidism; Low Testosterone; etc.
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STEPS TO FOLLOW BY AAG HEALTH CLINIC
Call us at (866) 312-1265 for a free telephone consultation and to schedule an appointment at an AAG Health Clinic with a hormone specialist near you.
Medical Evaluation After enrollment, you will be required to go through the AAG Health Medical Evaluation which includes detailed lab testing, physical exam, and medical consultation to determine if you qualify for hormone therapy. We want to make sure that you do not have any underlying medical conditions and actually require hormone therapy based on medical necessity. Hormone therapy is not for everyone.
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* In addition to the above requirements, prospective female hormone therapy patients must also provide results of a recent Pap Smear and Mammogram.
Final Medical AssessmentAfter your medical file is complete you are ready for your final medical assessment. The AAG Health Physician (or PA-C) will discuss with you personally your symptoms, problems, medical history, and if indicated – will make a clinical diagnosis of: Adult Onset Growth Hormone Deficiency Syndrome (AGHD); Hypogonadism / Andropause (Male Menopause Symptoms); Menopause; Hypothyroidism; Low Growth Hormone, Low Testosterone (Low T), etc.Once the AAG Health Physician (or PA-C) has approved you for hormone therapy he will provide you with your individualized dosage protocol and details of your hormone therapy program.
Delivery Of Your Hormone Therapy ProgramYou can now come to the AAG Health Clinicoffice to pick up your Hormone medications and other therapy supplies, or it will be delivered to you via overnight courier. You will also receive a print out of your hormone therapy instructions and exact dosage protocol. Your AAG Health Patient Care Specialist and/or AAG Physician (or PA-C) will discuss the hormone medications and go over your individualized dosage protocol and instructions in detail.
The Best In Patient Support, Program Monitoring and Customer ServiceTo make sure your hormone therapy program is a success you are required to comply with our therapy follow-up, monitoring and re-evaluation protocols.
You must contact us 4-6 weeks
into the start of your therapy program (and every 6 months
thereafter) to discuss your progress and arrange for follow-up blood testing
and/or office visits/consultations. and the AAG Physician (or PA-C) will be at your disposal for office visits/consultations during normal clinic hours (Monday thru Friday: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm EST).Please take note that office visits/consultations with the AAG Physician (or PA-C) are available by request only.
PLEASE CALL AAG HEALTH ANTI-AGING MEDICAL GROUP AT
(866) 312-1265 FOR INFORMATION
Hormone Replacement Therapists