Frequently Asked Questions
Have a question for us? Please read this section for some of the most commonly asked questions by our patients, from important information about our clinic to the safety of your personal information.
If you find that your question isn’t covered in this section, you may get in touch with us by calling us at 1300 092 (LOW), or sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is Bio-identical hormone supplementation?
These are taken up into the tissues and are biologically identical to the body’s normal testosterone molecule. Once bound to the receptors in the tissues of the body they identically mimic the action of the body’s natural testosterone.
Bio-identical hormones are compound from pharmacies usually from a natural substance such as sweet potato or macadamia. Acting like a chemical booster switch, the supplements help to ramp up your body’s production of testosterone. Within two weeks, many patients experience changes.
What is Low T Clinic?
The company is based in South Morang, Victoria. As we provide all our services online, we do not require clinic visits, making your orders quick and convenient.
We ensure the health and safety of our patients by prescribing only medication from Australia’s most reputable pharmacies.
Meanwhile, our processes are straightforward and transparent, so patients can rest assured that they are dealing with an honest and reputable therapy clinic.
How does the consultation process work?
First, we will ask you to fill out an online form where you will provide details about your medical history. Once you have submitted this, our medical practitioner will then review your answers. After that, you’ll undergo tests, including checking your testosterone level. If you are deemed suitable for the treatment…we will prescribe a medication suited to your condition, compound the medication, and then deliver this to the address you nominated. Finally, we will monitor your condition every six months to ensure that the medication is sufficient in helping keep your testosterone level normal.
For more information, please refer to the ‘How Treatment Works’ section of this website.