WebMedley is now working with Abundant Living Medical Clinic to help increase their online exposure. If you live in Lexington and haven’t seen their television commercials or the radio spots, you must be living under a rock. I’m not going to give you the full sales speech to get you to give them your business. I’m going to tell you my experience with them.
I had a meeting with Michael Betts to discuss some advertising plans and the new website. At one point during the meeting, he asked if I had any problems with them drawing my blood to see what’s going on. I’m willing to try new things, so I figured at worst it would be a learning experience. He decided he wanted to put me on his Complete Care Plan that would cover all my vitamin/supplement needs, doc visits, blood work, etc. for an entire year. That’s a really nice perk seeing as how the CCP is $2,577/annually.
While I’m talking with Michael, a nurse comes in to draw my blood. 7 vials later, they give me a vitamin B-12 injection. B-12 works with a body’s metabolism and helps with energy production. Anyone who knows me should be able to imagine what this did to me for the rest of the day. It was awesome!
The next day I went to lunch with Michael and the guys from ALMC. They had part of my blood results back and were happy to say that my testosterone level was higher than average. Well, sort of. An average man in his early 30s has a testosterone level of 400. Back in the 1930s it was 1400. Our bodies aren’t producing as much testosterone naturally because we’re always supplementing with coffee, espresso, Red Bull, etc. ALMC has a strong focus on testosterone replenishment and rightfully so. There are a bunch of symptoms of having a low testosterone level that you can read on their website, but I was very interested in tiredness, poor sleep, anxiety, and memory loss.
The following week I went in for the full blood work analysis. All my vitamin levels are good except vitamin D, which apparently is a nationwide problem right now. My estrogen level is higher than what it should be. I wouldn’t have noticed this if they wouldn’t have told me – it’s not like I’ve got man boobs or am all emotional or anything. Everything else seems to be normal.
Side Note: the only time I joked with them about being quacks is when they told me I must not drink much because my kidney and liver functions are looking great. Me not drink much? Yeah, that’s GOT to be it… Then they confirmed they don’t believe I’m a raging alcoholic. I accept that.
“Alright, Patrick, we have two ways to handle the testosterone levels. We have a topical cream that you can apply twice a day or we can give you testosterone pellets.” I’m thinking, go with the pellets because I’m an idiot and forget things all the time so there’s no way in hell I’ll put a topical cream on twice a day. Besides, I can just take the pellets when I take the other vitamins they’re going to give me, right?
Dr. Phil explained to me how this was going to go down.
- I would get a small injection of something that would make the next shot not burn so badly.
- I would get another injection of lidocane to help numb my butt cheek.
- Dr. Phil would make a small incision on my right butt cheek and insert a hollow tube.
- Testosterone pellets would be added into the tube and a plunger would push them into my body.
- Once all of them were in, he would dress the incision and I would be on my way.
Ummm… alright then, not quite what I was expecting, but I was eager to get it done. I mean, when you go to the ALMC office, you’ll notice that EVERYONE is high energy, good moods, and rocking and rolling with the work. Yes please, I’ll have what they’re having.
The next day was a little rough. My booty was kind of sore and I couldn’t sit down normally, so most of my day was spent on the couch. The next three days things were sore. ALMC gave me some “do’s and don’ts” and I followed them so my healing process would be quick. I asked Michael via email how long it would take before I could feel a difference and he said most clients notice it in about 2-3 weeks.
About a week later, I sent this email to him:
I don’t know if the testosterone is kicking in already, if it’s the B-12, or a combination of everything, but my energy level for the past 48 hours has been awesome! I ran full throttle yesterday for 19 hours straight, slept for 5 hours, and am wide open again today!
Awesome brother…your testosterone is KICKING in
You won’t be supper-human…but the ride will be much more fun, energetic and focused!
For the next several days, I was running wide open for 18 hours a day on average. I’ve mellowed out a LITTLE bit since then, but a lot of that could have to do with elevated stress at work and the death of a friend. I am noticing a much deeper sleep. I usually don’t dream much at all, but I’ve had vivid dreams for the last seven nights. My energy level isn’t off the wall, but I don’t get the afternoon lull like I used to and I do have ample energy to work out when I get home. Actually, my work out routine is increasing because I’m not exhausting myself as quickly as I once was.
The other benefit I’ve seen is in my libido. Lately, my performance would rival anything I could have done in my early 20s. Yes, I am a big fan.
Whatever they’re doing, I feel better and get more done and I’m only 2 weeks in. I will continue to be a customer even after this year is up. I know it’s a touch over $200/month, but how can you put a price tag on constant energy, being able to knock down more work in a day, being in a better mood, and having increased sex drive? I’m sold.
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