TRT Eligibility Made easy

Am I Eligible For TRT In Australia

At TRT Australia, customers seeking Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) are first required to undergo comprehensive pre-blood work or provide an eligible bloodwork panel taken within the last 4 months. Successful completion of these tests allows customers to proceed to a free consultation, where their results are reviewed, and potential treatment options are discussed. This process ensures that TRT is both appropriate and safely tailored to the individual’s specific needs. At TRT Australia, we make it easy for you to complete the necessary blood work for TRT eligibility. We offer multiple convenient options to ensure this critical step is accessible and straightforward for everyone. The options below are tailored to accommodate various personal circumstances.

1. Private Or GP Blood Work Done

Explore the two methods provided below for completing your bloodwork, either privately or with your GP’s assistance. It’s strongly recommended to have this bloodwork done prior to arranging your complimentary consultation. Doing so can significantly speed up the time it takes to process your eligibility approval.

2. Book Your free consultation

Once you’ve obtained your bloodwork, schedule your free consultation and upload either your recent eligible bloodwork or documents within 4 months old that meet our criteria. Booking is straightforward: just click the link provided. After securing your consultation slot, fill out a brief health form, taking less than 5 minutes. This quick step helps our team efficiently determine your eligibility for TRT, often on the same day, ensuring a swift onboarding process.

OPTION 1.

PRIVATE BLOOD WORK
(Recommended Method)

Fastest, Easier and most hassle free method is this option.

Our private bloodwork is comprehensive, covering testosterone levels, kidney and liver functions, lipid profiles, glucose levels, and more. It’s specifically designed for individuals considering or undergoing TRT, ensuring no essential markers are missed. This attention to detail is crucial, as GP-ordered tests may sometimes overlook important markers, potentially affecting TRT evaluations. This thorough analysis is key to determining TRT suitability, addressing the issue of omitted tests that could lead to being denied TRT. For more detailed information, please visit the provider’s website directly.

Option 2.

BLOOD WORK THROUGH YOUR GP

As stated above, we do not endorse this method. However, if you want to get bloodwork through your GP you can download the following document that contains all required test for our medical staff to grant you eligibility to testosterone replacement therapy. Simply print off the document below and present it to your doctor. NOTE: All tests on the document MUST be complete. Missing a parameter will result in you not being eligable for TRT. If you’re if your GP will athorise the below test, please download the document from option 1, to guarantee the correct lab tests to be performed.

If you haven’t checked your hormone levels yet, talk to your doctor and ask for these tests;

  • Free and Total Testosterone, SHBG
  • E2, FSH/LH, Prolactin, Progesterone
  • Dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEAS)
  • Insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1) + growth hormone (GH)
  • Iron Studies
  • Cortisol
  • Magnesium
  • Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) / Thyroid function tests (FT3 / FT4)
  • Liver Function (LFT)
  • Kidney Function (UEC)
  • Cholesterol/TG/HDL/LDL
  • Glucose
  • Full Blood Count (FBC)

How do i quality for TRT?

Blood Work complete.

Now what?

 

1. Upload Your Blood Work

Simply upload your blood work on our consulation form OR email your bloodwork with your full name and our team can get your bloodwork reviewed within 24 hours (sometimes even in the same day!)

2. Await Doctors Approval

We conduct a thorough consultation, exploring your medical history, identifying the root cause of your low testosterone, and devising a holistic health plan.

3. Ongoing Treatment

conduct a thorough consultation, exploring your medical history, identifying the root cause of your low testosterone, and devising a holistic health plan

It’s That Easy!