Contact a Testosterone Doctor

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Contact a Testosterone Doctor

Contact a Testosterone Doctor specializing in Male HRT. You can make an appointment with your family doctor or seek the help of one of our urologists or endocrinologists, who specializes in Male Hormone Replacement Therapy, ED Therapy, Human Growth Hormone Replacement with Somatropin, male sex organs, sexual health and wellness solutions for men and women.

If Male Fertility is an issue, you can talk to a reproductive endocrinologist. Our Age Management Physicians and Anti-Aging Medicine Doctors are Cenegenics® Clinic and Mayo Clinic trained endocrine professionals. They treat hormone imbalances in both men and women including HGH Human Growth Hormone Deficiency and Androgen Deficiency, menopause symptoms and Andropause symptoms.

How Urologists and Endocrinologists treat low testosterone?

Diagnosing Low T. To get a diagnosis of low testosterone, you may need more than one early morning testosterone hormone blood test and, sometimes, tests of pituitary gland hormones. If you have symptoms of low testosterone, your doctor may recommend Androgen Replacement Therapy and set up a personalized Male HRT program designed to treat Andropause or hypogonadism in men. To talk with an experienced endocrinologist or urologist, contact our TRT Medical Center so one of our male hormone experts can help find the cause of your symptoms and properly treat Low T.

Why Contact a Testosterone Doctor?

Low T Specialists are urology and endocrine experts dealing specifically with men’s urological and endocrinological health issues including low male sex hormones, erectile problems and other endocrine disorders. A Testosterone Physician has experience diagnosing Andropause, hypogonadism, ED and prescribing the best medical protocol to ensure a successful treatment result.

Why is my Testosterone Low?

Why testosterone is low? Causes of low testosterone in men younger than 50 include prescription drug or excessive alcohol use, anabolic steroid use, pituitary gland tumors, HIV infection, and radiation treatment or chemotherapy for cancer. In middle aged or older men, a natural decline after the age of 30 results in Low T Levels.

Testosterone Doctors categorize causes of low testosterone as primary or secondary. Primary hypogonadism stems from a problem in the testicles. Secondary hypogonadism stems from problems in the pituitary gland and other testosterone signaling hormones FSH and LH.

Lower Than Normal Testosterone Levels in Men

Lower than normal levels of Testosterone in men can result from disease or injury of the testes, or malfunction of the specialized Leydig Cells and is categorized as primary hypogonadism. Injury or disease of the pituitary or hypothalamus  is categorized as secondary hypogonadism. The distinction between these testosterone disorders is made by hormone blood testing and measurement of the serum concentrations of Luteinizing Hormone (LH) and Follicle-Stimulating Hormone (FSH

Can Low T be cured?

With the right hormone treatment, hypogonadism can be effectively treated but not fully cured. The type of testosterone treatment depends on at what age the hypogonadism first appears. For children and adolescents, hormone replacement therapy can help stimulate puberty, leading to normal development of secondary sex characteristics. In aging men Low Testosterone Therapy using bio-identical androgen therapy is normally the prescribed course of treatment. Contact a testosterone doctor to learn more. 

How much does it cost to treat low testosterone?

For Male HRT patients choosing a comprehensive testosterone treatment option, testosterone replacement therapy costs around $300 to $500 per month which includes medical consultation,  hormone tests and lab work,  medical evaluation, testosterone prescription, HCG injections, aromatase inhibitors and testosterone injection therapy.

 How Safe is Testosterone Use

While Low testosterone can have adverse or negative health effects on a man, especially on a man’s sex life, overuse or improper use of testosterone can also pose health risks. Testosterone use is not for everyone, a man must qualify for testosterone therapy by getting a blood test, physical examination and complete medical evaluation to ensure safe testosterone treatment. The FDA expressly warns against androgen supplementation when a man has coronary disease, cancer or prostate problems and a licensed physician should always be consulted before taking any hormone or anabolic steroid such as testosterone.

 When men search for a Testosterone Doctor

Men with low testosterone may have lost libido and trouble getting and keeping an erection. The erections they do have may be weak or soft, and come less often and not last as long as before. Male sexual health symptoms prompt many men to seek Low T Therapy but androgen replacement therapy should only be taken as part of a medically-supervised TRT program.

What are the Side effects of Taking Too Much Testosterone

Taking testosterone in a physician-supervised Male HRT Program is important to avoid taking too much Testosterone to avoid unwanted side effects. A doctor can test and measure your progress over time making any needed adjustments to the prescribed dose. What are the side effects of too much testosterone?

Negative Side Effects seen with too much testosterone:
  • Acne or oily skin.
  • Prostate problems and swelling.
  • Breast enlargement due to aromatization (gynecomastia).
  • Worsening of sleep apnea (trouble breathing while sleeping).
  • Edema, Swelling and Bloating due to fluid retention.
  • Decreased testicle size and reduced sperm count.
  • Unhealthy increase in red blood cells.
  • Overly aggressive behavior or wide mood swings.

Using Real Testosterone vs Natural Testosterone Boosters

Real Testosterone is an anabolic steroid hormone that is prescription strength and pharmaceutical grade. For men with Low T, especially aging males needing Testosterone Replacement, prescription testosterone is the only effective form of treatment.
Many natural Testosterone Boosters  are simply amino acids which can slightly increase testosterone and HGH Human Growth Hormone levels. While these amino acid compounds can stimulate your body to produce more testosterone and to support muscle growth, they simply aren’t as effective as Male HRT therapy.  The best Testosterone Programs for Men use genuine androgen drug medicines approved by the FDA.
A male hormone treatment plan that utilizes low dose androgen supplementation, HCG, AI’s (Aromatase Inhibitors) such as Anastrozole (Arimidex), and somatropin HGH if medically indicated, are the best treatment plans for men with clinical androgen hormone deficiency. 
Testosterone and Human Growth Hormone HGH are the main hormones associated with lean muscle mass, strength and stamina, and increased sex drive. While there are many male enhancement pills out there promising to boost your natural production of testosterone, only prescription grade testosterone should be used for TRT