(PRWEB) January 23, 2013
MedicationDiscountCard.com is pleased to announce that their prescription discount card now functions as an Androgel coupon.
Androgel is a topical hormonal treatment for men. Because of its high price, it is sometimes out of reach even for patients who demonstrate a medical need. That's when an Androgel coupon can save the day. Low testosterone can cause decreased muscle-mass in men, as well as low energy, depleted sex drive, irritability, and even decreased cognitive function.
Studies have demonstrated that Androgel effectively combats signs of low testosterone. Regular prescribed use of Androgel has been shown to decrease risk of high blood-pressure and heart attack, as well as increased energy level, libido, and muscle tone/strength. With all of these benefits, it's distressing to realize that Androgel is cost-prohibitive for many of those who need it.
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