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PRP For Hair Loss

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Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy in Hair Restoration - PRP Therapy
At NovaGenix, we’ve been providing patients PRP therapy as a proactive therapeutic option for men and women experiencing hair loss. PRP is an exciting non-surgical hair restoration option for patients who need stimulation of hair growth for hair loss conditions. Recent scientific studies within the medical community and advancements in technology have provided medical professionals with new understandings of wound and tissue healing. Because of this recent scientific research, we can recognize PRP as an all-natural autologous medical procedure conducted by physicians offices and clinics for hair stimulation as well as that of the scalp and skin.
HOW DOES PRP WORK?Contained within the human blood is mesenchymal stem cells, and autologous blood products which has essential and specific growth factors that assist in tissue regeneration and healing. Medical literature and published studies from both Europe and the United States …

Testosterone Replacement Therapy

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NovaGenix.org Testosterone Replacement Therapy
Testosterone is a male hormone that does much more for men than just promote a “healthy drive”. The hormone affects many other body systems, including body fat, lean muscle mass, bone density, your red blood cell count, motivation, sleep patterns and mood. Normal testosterone levels are typically between300 and 1,000 ng/dL. When a blood test shows that one’s levels are below the norm, a physician may suggest testosterone injections. This is known as testosterone replacement therapy. Testosterone injections are most often given by your physician or a clinical nurse. The injection site is often in the gluteal muscles in the buttocks. However, your doctor also could allow you to self-administer the injections. If that is the case, the injection site would usually be in your thigh muscle
Low T symptoms
Men naturally begin to lose some of their testosterone when they reach their 30s or 40s. Normal decline is around 1%-2% a year. That starts to take…