What is Low Testosterone?
Low Testosterone, also referred to as “Low T” or hypogonadism, is defined by a man’s testosterone levels decreasing to low levels and causing unwanted symptoms. Low T can lead to bothersome symptoms such as fatigue, weight gain, low sex drive, and erectile dysfunction (ED).
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As men age, 1-2% of total testosterone is lost each year starting in the 3rd or 4th decade of life. There are multiple other variables that can be possible causes of Low T including:
- Sleep apnea
- Testicular injury
- Chemotherapy or radiation to the pelvis
- Chromosomal abnormalities
There are many forms of testosterone replacement available to men with Low T.
Testosterone Supplements are daily supplements for men looking to support other TRT therapy options or raise their testosterone naturally.
Nasal sprays are a daily use, at home way to increase testosterone levels without needles or frequent office visits.
Topical creams or gels
Topical therapy is a simple way to replace testosterone daily without using needles or undergoing an in-office procedure
Intramuscular (IM) injections
Testosterone is injected directly into the muscle either at home or in-office every 1-2 weeks depending on their doctor’s orders.
Testosterone pellets are a longer-lasting injection therapy. Pellets are implanted under the skin in a quick office procedure.
Indicators of Low Testosterone include:
- Low libido
- Poor sexual performance
- Decreased energy
- Weight Changes
How menMD can help
Since testosterone therapy requires a level of dedication, you should feel comfortable with the therapy you choose. menMD will work with you in coordination with your physician while starting your testosterone therapy to ensure treatment success. Whichever Testosterone Therapy choice, you should always choose the therapy based on both you and your physician’s experience and preferences.
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