Treat Low T Symptoms w/ Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Recommended by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 25th, 2018
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Testosterone is the principle male hormone. It appears in men in quantities up to 8 times the amount seen in women. In men, testosterone is a hormone produced mostly by the testes and is responsible for the proper development of male sexual characteristics. Optimal testosterone levels are essential for sexual activity and energy, muscle and bone mass growth, and even the prevention of osteoporosis. It promotes the primary sexual characteristics of men and is responsible for greater health, longer life and general well-being.

Low-T, also referred to as low testosterone or andropause, begins occurring in men as early as age 30, though symptoms are usually first noticed closer to age 40. Testosterone levels gradually decline at a rate of about 1-2% per year starting in your late 20s and continues throughout your life.

Because this happens so slowly, men often do not notice thesymptomsassociatedwith hormonal imbalanceand do not realize how low their testosterone actually is until years later. Most men in their late 30s and older are operating at about 50% oftheir optimal range. We usually treat males who are over 35 years of age but there are some exceptions.

A large percentage of men who have been told their testosterone is fine actually have Low T. Often the total amount of testosterone is read as adequate, but the amount of usable or free testosterone is low. Men suffering from Low T may have subtle to profound symptoms, ranging from poor motivation, anxiety, weight gain,a lost sense ofwell-being to profound depression, and loss of sex drive. Men with Low T cannot only enjoy an improved quality of life with malehormone replacement therapy, but will alsobenefit froma significant decrease in therisk for heart disease, cancer, diabetes and death.

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) estimates 4 to 5 million American men may be suffering from hormonal imbalance, but only 5% are currently treated. This translates into approximately 250,000 men being treated. This means that there is over 4,750,000 men who are untreated. If you are reading this you could be one of them.

The only accurate way to detect this condition is to measure the amount of testosterone in your blood. Many men suffer needlessly because their hormone levels are eithernever checked, they are in the range, or the wrong test is ordered. Men as young as 25 to 30 years in age are presenting hormone levels associated with andropause, which was not the case 10 or 20 years ago. Thiscan bethe result of environmental toxins, plastics, pesticides, pollutants and/or xenoestrogens in the environment.

The earliest Symptoms of Testosterone Deficiency involve physical, mental, sexual and general health.

By undergoing hormone replacement therapy, or HRT, you can increase your testosterone levels and correct the other aspects of your health as you reach an age of maturity. This will reduce your risk of Alzheimers, osteoporosis and prostate cancer while simultaneously giving you a renewed vigor in life. Within a matter of weeks from the start of therapy, men experience heightened sexual activity, greater and faster brain responsiveness, reduced fat, a healthier heart and an overall renewed body.

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