Let’s Talk Low Testosterone

A Clinical Trial may provide more options for people with Low t (Low Testosterone)!

Are you suffering from low Testosterone levels and want to be a part of a clinical trial? Fill out our form and get enrolled in our Low T study for a novel TRT study medication, Nasal Testosterone Gel .

When you think about Low Testosterone, you probably think about a geriatric suffering from the condition. However, testosterone insufficiency can strike at an earlier age far more often than most men believe. Some of the most commonly reported symptoms include low sex drive, erectile dysfunction, fatigue and anxiety.

We’re investigating a study drug (nasal testosterone gel) that may be able to help you with your Low T symptoms.

You may be able to qualify for the Low T study if you:

  • Are between 18 years to 80 years of age
  • Have been diagnosed with Hypogonadism (Low T)

Prime Revival Research Institute is conducting clinical trials on an innovative study drug (nasal testosterone gel), to determine its safety and efficacy when given to males who are suffering from Low T. The goal of the clinical trial is to test whether the investigational drug, a nasal gel can help elevate your testosterone levels.

*Other criteria may apply
*Participation in the Low T clinical trials is free of cost to both you and your insurance company. To see if you qualify for the study, please fill the form. Someone from our research staff will give you a phone call and they might ask you questions about your medical history and information about any medications you take.
**If you qualify and decide to participate, you will receive study-related care from experienced healthcare professionals including Endocrinologists and nurses.

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About The Low Testosterone Study

The aim of the Low Testosterone study is to treat adult males who suffer from hypogonadism (Low T). The investigational product for this clinical research trial is a Nasal Testosterone Gel and it has been approved for use in the USA by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Existing testosterone therapies are taken by mouth and have presented an association with causing blood pressure to increase. Therefore, this clinical trial is being conducted to determine if using the Low Testosterone gel has any effect on blood pressure as compared to its existing counterparts.

For participants to be included in this research study, they need to be:

  • 18 years of age and above
  • Diagnosed with hypogonadism
  • Willing to comply to the application instructions of the study drug

Participation will last approximately 4 months and will include about 7 study visits within the research center. During this study, you will be asked to apply the gel to the inside of both of your nostrils 3 times each day for about 120 days.

*There is no cost to you, your private medical insurance, or the public health insurance plan for study procedures. The study drug, related procedures, and visits will be provided at no charge for the duration of the study. 

About Low T (Hypogonadism)

The primary sex glands are called gonads. They are found both in men and women. In females, these glands are a pair of ovaries. The male sex glands are called Testes or Testicles. They are found in the scrotum, a pouch of skin behind the penis. Testes produce a group of sex hormones called androgens, most commonly testosterone. This hormone helps in the development of male sexual charcteristics during puberty and sperm production.

The condition in which there is low production of testosterone is called Hypogonadism or Low T. This problem can be by birth or begin later in life due to an accident, an infection or old age. Low testosterone symptoms vary depending on when the problem begins. Enlarged breasts (gynecomastia), erectile dysfunction, infertility due to low sperm count, muscle loss, bone loss (osteoporosis), and depression are some of the complications that a person with Low T has to deal with.

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RecruitingSTATUS AND CRITERIA

$ 99

Per Month
  • Age 18 – 80 years
  • Gender Males
  • Condition Low Testosterone (Hypogonadism)
  • Location Texas
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What to Expect?

Once you qualify for the Low T study, one of our clinical research representatives will reach out to provide you with more details. In this study you will be receiving Nasal Testosterone Gel as the study treatment for low testosterone (hypogonadism). If you decide to take part in the study, you will be asked to sign the informed consent form. While signing informed consent, the study doctor will tell you about the length and criteria of the study.

In this study, you will receive an ambulatory device that will monitor your blood pressure for 24 hours. Study related care will be provided free of cost. There will be detailed physical examinations, blood tests and regular follow ups as part of the study-related treatment. Safety of participants is our top most priority. We encourage participants to ask as many questions as they like before participating in the study.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. Does low sex drive mean Low Testosterone/Hypogonadism?

Although low sex drive is one of the symptoms, it does not necessarily mean that you are suffering from hypogonadism or Low Testosterone.

2. What is the normal level of testosterone for a healthy male adult?

The testosterone level should be between 300 ng/dL to 1000ng/dL for an adult male.

3. Does Low Testosterone have long term effects?

Testosterone is essential for regulating several bodily functions like sperm production, sex drive, bone density, blood cell production, muscle mass and fat distribution. Long term effects due to all these symptoms directly increase the likelihood of heart related problems.

4. Can I withdraw from a study after I’ve agreed to participate?

Yes, you may withdraw at any time for any reason. You are never obligated to continue, simply because you signed a consent form. If you decide to leave early, you might be invited to the site for a final visit to ensure your safety.

5. How do I sign up for the Low T study?

To sign up for our study call us at (214) 432-1198 or simply fill the form above. During the telephonic c
onversation, our representative will ask you questions about your current health and medical history related to our study, and if you qualify you will be scheduled for an in-person screening session.