Mesa (TRT) Testosterone Replacement Therapy

The Power of Enclomiphene in TRT

Don't Take Risks In Your Low T Treatment

Mesa TRT is a member of the Southwest Family Medical network of care

Don't Risk it

TRT Alone isn’t a good idea. The risks of undergoing TRT without Enclomiphene as a balancing agent include:

  • Reduced fertility due to low sperm count
  • Shrinking and atrophy of the testicles
  • Potential for Enlarged Prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia)
  • Increased risk of heart attack or stroke
  • Potential for blood cancer  (polycythemia vera)
  • Swelling in the hands or legs

A Safe, Effective TRT Protocol

Dr. Taylor’s TRT Protocol at Mesa TRT incorporates the use of enclomiphene as a balancing agent.

Benefits include:

  • Preservation of Testicular Function [1]
  • Preservation of  Testicular Size [2]
  • Boosted Fertility [3]
  • Hormonal Balance [4]

Already in a TRT program?

If your on TRT without a balancing agent like enclomiphene, you are at risk - Contact Mesa TRT today and get on a safe and effective TRT protocol.

TRT with Enclomiphene: The Best Protocol

At MesaTRT, we use an advanced TRT protocol incorporating enclomiphene citrate to preserve fertility and avoid side effects.

Enclomiphene stimulates natural hormone pathways for balanced testosterone production and prevents testicular atrophy while on TRT. This promotes fertility protection, stable moods, reduced heart risks, and no shrinkage.

Our patients see life-changing results without compromises.

What to Expect from Dr. Taylors Protocol

Under our TRT program with enclomiphene you can expect these transformations:

  • Mental Focus: no more brain fog, enjoy mental clarity and positive moods.
  • Muscle Growth: Gain strength, manage weight.
  • Stronger Bones: Boost density, ward off osteoporosis.
  • Heart Health: Enhance heart health with better blood cell production.
  • Enhanced Sexuality: Revive libido, improve erectile function, ensure prostate health.
  • Better Sleep: Achieve rejuvenating rest. 
  • Better Health: Lower risks from Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and strokes.

The Intake Process at MesaTRT

Step 1

Receive a patient intake form on your phone, fill it out, and send it back electronically.

Step 2

Go to a local LabCorp for blood work or skip if you have had recent labs done.

Step 3

Schedule a Telemedicine consultation with our doctor who reviews your labs and prescribes your treatment protocol.

Step 4

A TRT coordinator explains direct shipping and at-home procedures to ensure you follow the doctor’s advice.

Step 5

Follow at-home treatment, get monthly medication in discreet packaging, and do lab tests twice a year.

Get Started With Us Today

Southwest Family Medical


(480) 404-1776


2919 S Ellsworth Rd #103-B
Mesa, AZ 85212

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Fri: 8am-12pm

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Mesa TRT & Southwest Family Medical in Mesa, AZ

Mesa TRT is a member of the Southwest Family Medical network of care

Our Mission


At Southwest Family Medical, our mission is to provide personalized, compassionate, and evidence-based healthcare solutions to help you achieve optimal health and well-being. We are committed to offering innovative treatments and support throughout your journey, focusing on medical weight loss and hormone health.

Introducing Mesa TRT

Join Dr. Scott Taylor of Southwest Family Medical as he introduces Mesa TRT, our innovative approach to Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT). Discover how we simplify and demystify TRT, making it easy, safe, and effective for individuals experiencing symptoms of Low T, such as low libido, reduced muscle strength, brain fog, and fatigue.

Our seamless process includes quick paperwork, LabCorp blood work, telehealth virtual visits, and at-home injections with discreet supply delivery. We also use enclomiphene in our TRT protocols to protect testicular function. With follow-up labs and provider support, our program ensures you’re on track to improved hormonal health.

Take the first step toward revitalization with Mesa TRT, a member of the Southwest Family Medical network of care.

Low Testosterone & Mesa TRT FAQ's

In recent decades, studies have shown that American men are experiencing a significant decrease in testosterone levels. This trend is not just related to aging; it affects men of all ages, including younger adults. For example, a study found that a 45-year-old man in 2002 had lower testosterone levels than a similar man in 1987. 

Here are additional studies that report a decline in testosterone levels in men over time:

  1. A study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism observed a “substantial” drop in U.S. men’s testosterone levels since the 1980s.
  2. A study reported in Urology Times found that testosterone levels have declined at an unprecedented pace in the past few decades. The study provided data showing that mean total testosterone decreased from 605.39 ng/dL in 1999-2000 to 424.96 ng/dL in 2011-2012​.

What Are Common Symptoms of Low-T?

Weight Gain. Lack of Interest, not just in sexual activity but in daily activities. Many patients report ADD-like symptoms and lack of focus. When a patient in his mid-30’s reports a lack of focus or brain fog that he hasn’t before experienced in his lifetime, he may have Low-T.


The symptoms of Low T can also include reduced muscle strength, fatigue, aches and pains, muscle loss, depression, erectile dysfunction, and reduced bone density. Low T can also impact mood and cognitive function.

How Do I Qualify For And Start Treatment Remotely?

  1. You get your blood draw done at LabCorp
  2. You have a Telemedicine consultation with our doctor who reviews your labs, diagnoses, and prescribes your treatment protocol.
  3. A TRT patient coordinator will reach out to you and discuss our Direct Shipping and At-Home procedures so you feel comfortable and confident you are following your doctor’s recommendation.
  4. Stay on track with your at-home treatment—receive your monthly medication and supplies in discreet packaging. With positive progress, lab tests are required only twice a year.

Do You Offer Financing?

Yes, we offer financing through Cherry. You could qualify for 0% Interest Monthly Payments. Select the Financing option from our website menu or click here to learn more.

Are there any side effects of TRT?

Patients usually notice an increase in libido, while their partner’s libido remains the same. Some patients may also experience facial acne.

How often are testosterone injections prescribed?

We prescribe all members of our TRT program to self-administer injections twice a week. While it’s not a rule, we recommend Monday and Thursday. This keeps testosterone levels balanced throughout the week.

Can I still get my partner pregnant when I am on TRT?

TRT can affect sperm production, which may impact fertility. If you are trying to conceive, it is possible to adjust the treatment protocol within a 90-day window to increase sperm count.

Is TRT safe for testicular function?

Yes. Dr. Taylors TRT protocols includes the use of enclomiphene, which stimulates testicular function and effectively supports and preserves testicular health and function while on TRT.

Does TRT treat erectile dysfunction (ED)?

TRT can help improve erectile function in men with Low T by increasing libido and improving the brain’s ability to stimulate penile nerves. Additionally, TRT may improve blood vessel and penile tissue health, resulting in stronger erections or increased ease of achieving erections.

How long does it take to see results from TRT?

A patient typically starts to notice improvements in symptoms such as morning erections within 2 to 3 weeks of starting TRT. Other benefits, such as enhanced brain function, stronger muscles, healthier bones, better heart health, revitalized sexual health, and vibrant skin, may become more noticeable over time as treatment continues.

How is low testosterone diagnosed?

To qualify for TRT you need to have a blood draw. This can be done at any local LabCorp. We review your labs and determine if you indeed have Low-Testosterone and can benefit from treatment.

Can TRT cause prostate cancer or worsen existing prostate conditions?

TRT is generally not recommended for men with a history of prostate cancer or active prostate conditions, as it may stimulate the growth of prostate tissue and potentially worsen existing conditions.

What are the potential benefits of TRT?

TRT has many benefits, including improved mood, confidence, memory, focus, and cognition; muscle growth, increased strength, endurance, and abdominal fat loss; increased bone density; lower cholesterol levels and decreased blood pressure; increased sex drive and improved sexual performance; promoted hair growth, collagen production, healthier skin, and reduced wrinkles; and lower risk of cognitive impairment, Alzheimer’s Disease, diabetes, stroke, and allergies.

Will I need to be on TRT for the rest of my life?

The duration of TRT will depend on individual factors, including the underlying cause of Low T and the patient’s response to treatment. Some men may require long-term TRT to maintain optimal testosterone levels, while others may undergo a shorter course of treatment.

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