How much Does TRT Cost?

Gain insights into the costs of TRT in Australia, encompassing treatment, consultations, medication prices, and blood testing fees.
Treatment Fee

$1,000 annually or $83 monthly

Unlimited consultations
Direct support
Expert oversight
Comprehensive monitoring
Medication Costs

$500-$1,200 per year

Expect $175 per resupply
3-8 resupplies annually
Dispatched from pharmacy
Express post included
Private Pathology

$500 per year

Initial testing roughly $290
Ongoing tests $140
No Dr visit needed
Results in 24-48 hours
Other Supplies

$100 per year if needed

Alcohol swabs
Sharps containers

How much does TRT cost in Australia?

In line with TGA and medical board regulations, we cannot disclose the specific price or names of individual medications. Keep in mind that each patient’s treatment plan is unique to suit their needs, which can result in different costs associated with treatment.

Expect to spend between $1,700 - $2,400 per year on your TRT treatment, depending on your individual needs and medication requirements. This breakdown provides a clear picture of what to expect, empowering you to make informed financial decisions about your TRT journey.

Common TRT pricing questions

Understanding the pricing to TRT in Australia can be somewhat confusing due to its personalised nature. Here are some answers to help you better understand how much TRT costs in Australia.

Do you offer payment plans?

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Will my health fund cover TRT?

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Can I claim on Medicare?

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What is your return & refund policy?

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TRT prescribed by Aussie doctors and delivered by partner pharmacies Australia wide

Treatment fee, medication, and private pathology for roughly $176 per month, based on the needs of an average patient.
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TRT is only available to those deemed clinically eligible after a consultation with a registered Australian doctor based on medical history, pathology investigations, and other criteria; eligibility restrictions apply