TRT in Ireland can be hard to come by. For some reason there aren’t many well known TRT clinics in Ireland. As with men in the UK, men in Ireland are often let down by their health service and struggle to get treatment.
Republic of Ireland and TRT
Optimale can provide treatment to men in Ireland who require TRT. Usually this involves a remote consultation for men under the age of 45.
If you are over 45 you will need to get a prostate exam completed before we can consult, alternatively you can visit our clinic in the UK to get this done.
As with all men you will need to have two low testosterone levels as well as further results to ensure you are safe to start treatment. You will also need to have access to blood testing in Ireland which can be done whilst on treatment. This is very important whilst on TRT to ensure your safety and to make sure the treatment is optimised for you.
What types of TRT can I get in Ireland from Optimale?
We can provide all of the main medications to men in Ireland that we provide to men in the UK.
This includes Cypionate, Enanthate, Nebido, HCG, Testogel and Sustanon as well as medication for side effect control such as aromatase inhibitors.
Contact us below for more information.
We can send blood test kits to Ireland but these are best done venously by a nurse or phlebotomist to ensure that they survive the journey back to the labs. If sent next day guaranteed then this will usually prevent the blood from clotting en route.
This allows Optimale to support patients. In some cases patients will also get a local doctor or GP to test their blood for them and send results to us.
Dr Chris Airey
This article has been medically reviewed for accuracy by Dr Airey on 12th September 2020.
Dr Chris Airey is a fully registered UK doctor with the GMC (General Medical Council) Reference No: 7490533.
He trained at the University Hospital Southampton and graduated as a Doctor with a joint Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery, plus a Masters in Medical Science, completing his research project in the Medical Neurosciences Department.
He is undertaking a Master of Science course in Endocrinology and is a member of the European Society for Sexual Medicine, and the Androgen Society.
He has personal experience with taking Testosterone Replacement Therapy and is a pioneer in UK treatment protocols for Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome.