West Hills Anti Aging Center
Dr. Gary Bellman, Board Certified
Urologist and Anti-Aging Doctor
Formerly known as UroAntiAging.com

Enhanced Longevity, Human Growth Hormone, and Weight loss

Men who have low testosterone levels are at risk of living 3 years fewer than men who have testosterone in normal levels. Therefore, hormone replacement in men can definitely be anti-aging and enhance longevity.

When testosterone is replaced, some of it is converted into Human Growth Hormone (HGH).

Get your Growth Hormone Level checked with a simple blood test called IGF-1.

When fertility is an issue of when a man wants to stimulate his own production of testosterone, HCG (Human chorianic gonadotrophin) or clomid is often prescribed by Dr Bellman as well as arimidex to lower estradiol levels.

Testosterone replacement has been shown to help men live longer. Men with normal testosterone will live on the average 3 years longer than men with low testosterone.

Dr Bellman is uniquely suited to provide the best care to men; as both a urologist knowledgeable in the male anatomy and functioning as well as an anti-aging expert.


Low T
Low T is short for low testosterone, the important male hormone. Men who may have low T, may exhibit low energy, low sexual desire, erections that are not very strong, as well as weight gain. Any man who has any of these issues should see a physician experienced in the management of low T, to get the appropriate blood tests. If a man is found to have low T, there are several very effective remedies, including our New Testosterone Pellets with Sustained Testosterone levels for up to 4 months.
  • Do you wish you had more energy?
  • Is your sexual desire diminished?
  • Do you wish you had longer, firmer erections?
  • Do you wish you had more endurance?
If you answered yes to any of these, you may be an excellent candidate for hormone replacement!

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