Low Testosterone Treatment
According to the Cleveland Clinic Men’s Health Advisor,” by age forty your ability to produce testosterone begins to decline leading to a deficiency that can result in low sex drive and decreased sexual function, loss of lean muscle mass, chronic fatigue, impaired concentration, depression and sadness, irritability, loss of bone mass, and an increase in fat mass that can increase the risk for heart disease and diabetes. That’s why men with Low T often say that they feel like they’ve “lost their edge.”
Whether Testosterone Therapy is safe and effective depends on a lot of complex factors that are unique to the individual, which is why we do a complete hormonal blood work panel and a consultation prior to beginning any treatment. We will work with you to address any potential risk factors, as well as to set expectations and assess the potential efficacy of your treatment.