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 Testosterone Therapy: Is Testosterone Replacement Therapy Right for You?

Testosterone can help men with Low T Levels

Testosterone Therapy boosts low T levels up into the normal range. Many men with low testosterone who take the male sex hormone report improved energy levels, sex drive, and mood after testosterone treatment. If testosterone is low, why not replace it?

Low Testosterone Levels and Required Treatment

A low testosterone level by itself doesn’t need treatment. Testosterone replacement therapy can have side effects, and the long-term risks and benefits aren’t known. Only men with symptoms of low testosterone and androgen blood levels that confirm this as the cause of symptoms should consider testosterone replacement therapy. Talking with your doctor is the only way to know if testosterone therapy is right for you.

Symptoms of Low Testosterone

The symptoms of low testosterone are sometimes obvious, but they also can be subtle. Testosterone levels decline naturally in men as they age over decades. But certain conditions can also lead to an abnormally low androgen level. Symptoms of low testosterone include:

Testosterone Therapy Programs

Anti-Aging and Hormone Replacement Therapy for Men with declining levels of testosterone, symptoms of Low T, Erectile Dysfunction, HGH deficiency or age related androgen deficiency.

“TRT Programs help Treat Andropause, Erectile Dysfunction, Increase Sex Drive, Boost Energy and Motivation, and Improve Men’s Health.”

Testosterone Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) Programs include Male Anti-Aging Treatments, Growth Hormone, HCG, ED and Testosterone Treatments. These Bio-Identical Hormone Therapies are usually prescribed for men with symptoms caused by Low T, Andropause or Erectile Dysfunction. For our best hormone program pricing, ask about our HGH Therapy Programs and Testosterone Program Specials this Month – Hormone Replacement for Men and Women. Also ask about Testosterone for Women.

Testosterone Hormone Therapy Programs with special pricing include:

  • Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT),
  • HGH Human Growth Hormone Therapy (Injectable HGH),
  • Bioidentical Hormone Replacement,
  • Injectable Testosterone Products
  • HCG Injections Therapy
  • IGF-1 Injections,
  • GHRH Peptide Injections,
  • Sermorelin Injections,
  • DHEA,
  • Caverject Impulse®,
  • TriMix, BiMix, QuadMix and
  • Tri-Blend or MultiBlend Testosterones such as Sustanon and Omnadren.
  • Other popular BHRT programs include Estrogen Replacement, Progesterone, Natural Thyroid Therapy (T3 and T4 Replacement), Menopause Treatment and Andropause Therapy.

Optimal Men’s Health Testosterone and Anti-Aging are the leading Male Hormone Treatment specialists and with over 25,000 patients served nationwide our Low T Centers can provide the best service and pricing for Low T Treatment. Contact our Testosterone Center at 877-783-7331 for more Men’s Health information.

Testosterone Hormone Health Treatments can be effective in treating Andropause (hypogonadism) referred to as “Low T”, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, infertility or impotence if the cause is due to low testosterone levels. A simple blood test and physical examination can help tell you if you have a urological or endocrine health problem, hormone deficiency, prostate or blood flow issues. Contact us at Optimal Health Therapy Men’s Clinic to schedule a Free Sexual Health Consultation, and to get Men’s Testosterone Health Info.

TRT PROGRAMS: Testosterone Replacement Therapy, HCG Injections, ED Treatment and HGH Replacement Therapy.

The most common Male HRT Programs comprise Cypionate, Enanthate, Propionate, TriMix/Bimix, Caverject, EDEX, HGH (Human Growth Hormone) and Undecanoate Programs. HGH Human Growth Hormone Therapy using Injectable Somatropin, the bioidentical form of HGH, helps enhance Testosterone Treatment results and benefits.

Many men prefer Testosterone Injections Therapy as it is one of the most effective and affordable forms of natural androgen supplementation.

TRT or Testosterone Replacement Therapy is not for everyone and a patient must qualify for treatment by following a strict process of medical evaluation and testing. If Testosterone is to be prescribed, close physician supervision and monitoring is required in order to ensure treatment success and to avoid any unwanted side effects or health problems that can occur androgen supplementation. Most men prefer the injectable form of testosterone but androgen creams, topical gels, adhesive gums, pellets and patches are also very popular forms of testosterone supplementation.

Talking to your Doctor about Low Testosterone Symptoms or Sexual Health Problems, Erectile Dysfunction.

Men and women find discussing hormonal health problems and in particular sexual health issues difficult. For your physician to help you, you need to discuss your symptoms and explore the various forms of natural or Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy available,

Your Endocrinologist, Anti-aging Physician or Urologist should have experience with the forms of Testosterone Supplementation, the benefits of Testosterone Therapy, side effects and  risks of using androgen and anabolic steroid drug medicines.

Testosterone Therapy or Natural Testosterone Replacement is not he same as taking performance enhancing anabolic steroids as many bodybuilders and athletes do. Medical Testosterone Replacement uses low-dose androgen prescription drugs to increase low testosterone levels back up into normal or optimal ranges. 

Many men with low testosterone who are on TRT report improved energy levels, dramatic boost in sex drive, more fit body including bigger and stronger muscles, more drive and motivation to do things, especially social and physical activities, sharper focus, better sleep and mood during and after testosterone treatment. 

When should I talk to my doctor about Low T?

If you have any of the following hormonal symptoms that are affecting your daily work life or personal relationships: Low sex drive or lost libido; Erectile dysfunction including weak or soft erections;  Extreme fatigue, feeling tired all day everyday, and very energy levels;
Decreased lean muscle mass and very flabby muscles; Frequent body and facial hair loss;
Difficulty focusing, remembering or concentrating; Continuous sleeplessness; Sudden sadness, withdrawal and depression; Bursts of anger, irritability and wide unexplained mood swings;
Loss of a sense of well-being and complete lack of enthusiasm for social, physical or professional activities.