Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) for men is a treatment to replace or treat Testosterone levels that are out of balance for symptom relief.

Bioidentical Testosterone Replacement Therapy helps in maintaining the balance of testosterone in your body using Bioidentical Hormones that are derived from plant extracts and closely resembles the molecular structure of human hormones.

Benefits of BHRT for Men

Research has shown the benefits of TRT (Testosterone Replacement Therapy), for instance:

  • Libido increase
  • Energy level increase
  • Improvement in bone density
  • Increased strength and muscle mass
  • Cardioprotective effects.

Other reported benefits include:

  • Reduced body fat
  • Improved mood
  • Reduced anxiety
  • Increased muscular strength
  • Boosted sexual performance
  • Maintenance of lean body mass


The Door W4 are very excited to partner with The Marion Gluck Clinic for hormone balancing therapy and functional medicine, to improve the wellbeing of both men and women with hormone-related conditions.

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Frequently Asked Questions


If you experience physical and psychological symptoms from Testosterone Deficiancy, it may be time to take control of your health.

BHRT has shown benefits as a result of stabilising your testosterone levels. There are potential side effects associated with TRT. However, TRT is generally safe and beneficial in men. An open discussion with our Doctor about existing comorbidities can help determine the right dosage and avoid potential risks.

Here at The Door W4, we use BHRT for TRT to help men with low testosterone levels. We follow a step-by-step process to give you a personalised treatment plan – from symptoms diagnosis to blood tests – so you can achieve the best results possible.

Since testosterone levels vary by person, BHRT offers more customised and individualised doses for your treatment. Our Doctor will conduct a consultation with you, and order tests and blood work to determine the appropriate dosage for you.

The doses will depend on your symptoms and needs. Doctors may recommend any one of the various forms (skin patches, topical gels, oral therapy, pellets, and injections). A consistent follow up will be scheduled to monitor and adjust your dosage if necessary.

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy is administered on a case-by-case basis after thoroughly assessing each patient’s individual hormonal status.

Based on medical history, symptoms, lab work as well as other factors, each patient’s hormonal deficiencies and imbalances are determined and a course of treatment is prescribed accordingly.

Then, as treatment progresses for approximately 8 – 12 weeks, modifications are made according to continued testing results and clinical response. After the resolution of initial symptoms, semi-annual evaluations will continue to monitor the patient’s response. Often therapy will be readjusted after periods of stress or other physical changes.

Some side effects may occur after the first dose. These side effects get better as the body adjusts to the new levels of hormones. Some common side effects include:

  • Worsening sleep apnea
  • Breast enlargement
  • Acne or other skin reactions
  • Stimulating non-cancerous prostate enlargement
  • Limited sperm production
  • May stimulate red blood cell production, which may contribute to the formation of a blood clot

A study highlighting TRT’s update indicates that TRT is generally considered a safe and beneficial option in improving health-related quality of life in men. At present, some research has contradicted results regarding the nature of TRT and cardiovascular diseases. However, men with existing comorbidities should talk to their doctor about hormone therapy to side with caution.

Prescriptions may include individual hormones or multiple hormone combinations. Hormones commonly prescribed to men are:

  • Progesterone
  • Biest – a combination of Estriol and Estradiol
  • Estriol
  • Estradiol
  • Testosterone
  • DHEA

Bioidentical hormone prescriptions are available in different dosing forms. These include:

  • Transdermal creams or gels applied to the skin
  • Patches (estradiol) applied to the skin
  • Pellets (testosterone or estradiol) inserted just under the skin in the buttocks
  • Troches or lozenges
  • Sublingual drops

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The Door W4 offers treatments for a wide range of health issues and some treatments will include medication prescribed by one of our experienced medical practitioners. The Door W4 does not routinely prescribe medication which is unlicensed for use in the UK. However, depending on your particular health condition, your treating medical practitioner may recommend a medicine that is unlicenced for use in the UK. If this is the case, the doctor will explain the reasons for this in advance of proceeding with treatment. You will be provided with information about any recommended unlicenced medicines, so that you can make an informed decision about your treatment; one of which will be an option to decline such treatment.