Testosterone is the main male hormone that is responsible for all the characteristics associated with the male gender. It is associated with strength, energy, muscle mass, hair growth, male reproduction.
With just a simple blood test, we can find out, and give you your results within minutes. Then what are the options? If you have symptomatic low testosterone the treatment options we offer look to identify the root cause and treat.
Fatigue and lower energy levels
Depression, irritability, and inability to concentrate
Loss of muscle mass
Reduced sex drive.
Bones becoming prone to fracture
Testosterone is very important for cellular functioning, so it’s not just sexual symptoms — it can affect your cognitive ability, energy level, strength, vitality, bone health. All of these things can be reduced if someone has low testosterone.
Nearly 39% of men ages 45 years and older have low testosterone, 12% in their 50s, 19% in their 60s, 28% in their 70s, and 49% in their 80s
Men's health allergy primary care
How we help
Testosterone replacement therapy is used to give measured doses of testosterone typically via injection to replace the testosterone that your body is not making. Other forms of testosterone replacement are available.
Working with diet and exercise as well as nutritional supplementation to assist your body making and using its own testosterone more effectively.
All approaches attempt to uncover the underlying reason for the low testosterone prior to picking a treatment.