Becoming a patient at Revive Low T Clinic is easy. At your first visit you meet with a doctor for about 30 minutes.
We are currently offering lab testing for testosterone levels included with your first visit. This applies to patients with and without insurance.
During your first visit we discuss your symptoms, health history, and concerns. We have time to answer any questions related to low testosterone.
Also, we perform a physical exam that includes checking your blood pressure and weight, listening to your heart and lungs, and looking for any other abnormal signs we should be concerned about.
At the end of your visit, your doctor will discuss lab testing that is needed prior to considering testosterone therapy. We can do a basic screening test just to check your testosterone levels (included in visit) or we can order a more comprehensive test to help rule out other possible causes and related conditions.
If you have had labs done by another doctor in the past year it is helpful to bring those to your visit so we avoid repeating any lab testing and save you money. We can also do a records request if needed.
In general, it is best to check your testosterone levels twice in the early morning prior to best assess for low testosterone. Testosterone levels are generally highest in the morning and can vary day by day.
We require that you’ve had your testosterone levels and PSA (prostate specific antigen) checked via lab testing within the past year prior to starting testosterone therapy. All other labs are optional but recommended and can also be done by your primary care doctor.
Lab testing can either be done at one of our clinics in Seattle, Federal Way, or Kirkland or you can go to Labcorp blood draw site near your home or work with zero added cost.
After you’ve your blood draw it only takes about two days to get your lab results back. It is best to return to the clinic to review your lab results but we do offer the option to review them over the phone for a minimal fee ($50). There is usually a $10 fee for the blood draw itself.