Testosterone Replacement Therapy
Andropause, or male menopause, is the result of a steady decline in testosterone and other related hormones (like thyroid, DHEA, and cortisol). This decline begins when a man is in his late 20s, and symptoms are generally felt by the late 30s to early 40s.
No man escapes andropause. It will happen to everyone. Fortunately, with proper male hormone treatment, the symptoms of andropause can be eliminated in as little as 3 to 5 weeks. And yes…male hormone treatment is safe, if it’s done correctly.
Low Testosterone Symptoms
- Depression, or a loss of enthusiasm for life
- Fatigue, and a lack of desire for physical activity
- Mental fogginess and difficulty concentrating
- Decreased desire for intimacy
- Difficulty getting or maintaining an erection
- Decrease muscle tone
- Increase in body fat, particularly around the midsection
- Hot flashes and/or night sweats
- Trouble sleeping
- Mild to moderate irritability
Types Testosterone Therapy
About 95% of our clients use testosterone injections to increase their testosterone levels. Those using topical cream tend to do so because they are needle-phobic. We recommend the use of testosterone injections for our clients who don’t have an issue with needles.
Testosterone Topical Cream:
Testosterone topical cream provides good time release of testosterone into the body through daily application to the skin. However, absorption can vary depending on the condition of the skin (i.e. composition, moisture, etc.), which makes it somewhat less precise than injections.
Methods Of Delivery Not Used in Our Treatment Programs
We do not use Testosterone Pellets or Testosterone Patches.