Welcome to our resource dedicated to London related testosterone replacement therapy (TRT). You'll find addresses of all the clinics, details of the plans available to you and some (hopefully) useful information about why your testosterone might be at suboptimal levels if you live in the London.
Our network or blood testing centres are spread throughout London, you'll never be too far away.
Our Optimal hormone screening plan, which also tests for IGF1 and Homocysteine, is only available in London.
As a Londoner you will be coping with specific factors which may be inhibiting your testosterone levels.
As I am quite sure you’ve read in every other online article about testesterone – levels begin to decline naturally after the age of 30.
There are loads of ways you can help to arrest this. Lifestyle, your diet, your sleep patterns, supplements. They’ll help but if you have found this page I know two things about you;
Nothing restores testosterone quite like the perfect medically supervised dose of synthetic testosterone.
Let’s not get ahead of ourselves.
To diagnose low testosterone, our doctors will need to conduct a detailed evaluation starting with a physical examination, and analysis of your medical history. If, in their medical opinion, there is reason to suspect low testosterone, you would then take a blood test. Note: you can learn a lot more about the process in our extended UK TRT page.
You can view the list of our London clinics below. We will help you book an appointment at the most appropriate clinic, you will have your bloods drawn by a professional, and not through a finger prick test you’d then send through the post. This means we can test for far more biomarkers whilst being confident in the results.
Our hormone screening packages are also shown below.
Click on the Clinic markers on the map below to show the address and a link to directions to help you get there.
|Superdrug Nurse Clinic The Strand||49-50 The Strand, London||WC2N 5LL||Get Directions|
|Effect Doctors||11 Greek Street, London||W1D 4DJ||Get Directions|
|The Doctors Laboratory||76 Wimpole Street, London||W1G 9RT||Get Directions|
|Rothleys||Fitzrovia Hospital, 13-14 Fitzroy Square, London||WIT 6AH||Get Directions|
|Medpro Aesthetics||104 Harley Street, London||W1G 7JD||Get Directions|
|Harley Street Polyclinic||104 Harley Street, London||W1G 7JD||Get Directions|
|Superdrug Nurse Clinic Marble Arch||508-520 Oxford Street, London||W1C 1NB||Get Directions|
|Get A Drip - Shoreditch Boxpark||Ground floor Unit 4 and 5, Boxpark, Bethnal Green Rd, Shoreditch, London||E1 6GY||Get Directions|
|Medpro Aesthetics||59 Leighton Road, Kentish Town, London||NW5 2QH||Get Directions|
|BMI The London Independent Hospital||1 Beaumont Square, Stepney Green, London||E1 4NL||Get Directions|
|Superdrug Nurse Clinic Shepherds Bush||92-94 Uxbridge Road, Shepherds Bush, London||W12 8LR||Get Directions|
|Get A Drip - Westfield White City||Ground floor Kiosk 2210, Westfield London Shopping Centre, Ariel Way, Shepherd’s Bush, London||W12 7GF||Get Directions|
|Rejuvence Clinic||797 Commercial Road, Limehouse, London||E14 7HG||Get Directions|
|Lyca Health Canary Wharf||1 West Ferry Circus, Canary Wharf, London||E14 4HD||Get Directions|
|Superdrug Nurse Clinic Hammersmith||65-69 King Street, Exchange Shopping Centre, Hammersmith, London||W6 9HX||Get Directions|
|Get A Drip - Canary Wharf||2nd floor Unit R 1 300, Cabot Place, Canary Wharf, London||E14 4QT||Get Directions|
|Superdrug Nurse Clinic Putney Exchange||SU6 Unit B Ground Floor, Exchange Shopping Centre, Putney, London||SW15 1TW||Get Directions|
|Get A Drip - Westfield Stratford||Ground Floor 103A, The Gallery, Westfield Stratford City, Montfichet Road, London||E20 1EP||Get Directions|
|Superdrug Nurse Clinic||91-92 The Mall, Stratford Shopping Centre, Stratford, London||E15 1XQ||Get Directions|
|The Blackheath Hospital - Circle Health Group||40-42 Lee Terrace, London||SE3 9UD||Get Directions|
The same as the Advanced offer but with additional tests on;
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Everything in the Advanced and Enhanced offers but with additional tests on;
All other things being equal, why would a man’s testosterone levels be lower in London? We’ve put together a few good reasons;
Recently we have seen the expansion of the ULEZ scheme, so efforts are being made to to reduce pollution in London.
Whether you agree with ULEZ or not, something had to be done. Work by King’s College London showed that areas in central London often breach the annual mean limit set by the World Health Organisation (WHO) for NO2 concentrations. And a study on London’s particulate matter (PM10 and PM2.5) levels conducted by The Environmental Health Group showed that, although improved over the last decade, levels still surpass those in other major UK cities such as Liverpool, Newcastle, and Belfast.
A densely packed population, extensive road traffic, and concentrated industrial activities collectively contribute to a relatively more polluted environment.
What effect does this have on testosterone levels?.
It doesn’t help, that’s for sure. Multiple studies suggest that pollutants, especially particulate matters (PM2.5 and PM10), can disrupt the body’s endocrine functions, leading to a decline in serum testosterone. These particulates can carry heavy metals and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, which are suspected to interfere with the production of testosterone.
According to the Office for National Statistics, Londoners have historically been more anxious and unhappy than anywhere in the UK (source), with those aged 45 to 64 most likely to be unhappy.
For those paying attention … that’s also the age range where testosterone decline is most apparent.
The relationship between stress and testosterone is well known. Several studies have demonstrated that chronic anxiety can lead to diminished testosterone levels in men, because stress elevates cortisol production, and cortisol suppresses testosterone synthesis.
A report which concluded people living in London are less likely to meet the recommended levels of physical activity than those in other regions of England. The report suggests that this may be due in part to factors such as high population density, limited access to green spaces, and busy lifestyles.
This survey found that people living in London were less likely to meet the recommended levels of physical activity than contemporaries living in other parts of England. The report points at factors such as high levels of commuting and a lack of time for leisure activities.
This report found that people living in London were less likely to meet the recommended levels of physical activity than those living in other regions of England. This report reasons that it could be due to factors such as the high cost of gym memberships and a lack of access to safe and convenient outdoor spaces.
This comprehensive review in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research(source) explored multiple studies done on exercise and testosterone.
The text explains that both acute and long-term resistance training can elevate testosterone levels. Aerobic and cardio exercises activities have beneficial effects on testosterone, but resistance training stands out as being particularly effective for boosting testosterone.
All packages enjoy the following benefits;