Testosterone Replacement Therapy | Low Testosterone | Low T

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on December 1st, 2016
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TESTOSTERONE is said to be the androgen hormone that makes a man, A MAN. Though women produce testosterone too in smaller doses, between 1/7th and 1/10th the amount. We all have it in other words and we need it to function properly. However, as we age, our bodies ability to produce Testosterone declines year by year, and that decline differs between people, but is more or less an average of a couple of percentage points every year. Now, more than ever, men aged 30 and over are being diagnosed with Low Testosterone, also known as low t, but physicians properly diagnose it as hypogonadism. Low T is so commonplace, you almost cant go a single day without seeing a print advertisement or television commercial for Low T, Hypogonadism or Low Testosterone. And there are many products to treat this medical condition.

The most effective delivery method for Testosterone Replacement Therapy (or TRT) is Testosterone injections, followed by cream, gel or pellets. Testosterone Replacement Therapy typically requires weekly Testosterone injections and ancillary medications, where necessary, but depending on the esters of the testosterone product more than once a week is necessary. With cream or gel, you apply it daily, with some injectables you inject more than once a week. These T products may include medications which allow the testes to continue its natural production of testosterone while on TRT, and an Aromatase Inhibitor, typically in pill form, to suppress the body's conversion of Testosterone to Estrogen. HCG is used to keep the testicles nice and plump during a testosterone replacement program.

Every man has his own unique set of circumstances and must be treated as an individual. Therefore, our managed physicians perform physical examinations on every patient, in addition to using a combination of comprehensive, diagnostic lab work, feedback from the patient himself or herself, as well as medical history and symptomology chart to determine the patients individual Testosterone Therapy regimen. However, it is important to note that not every adult male will be a candidate for Testosterone Replacement Therapy. Just wanting to go on T is not enough, you must take a blood test and show symptoms. This is why its very important that you speak with a doctor who specializes in treating Low Testosterone in adult men. Call us today.



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