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Low Testosterone

Low Testosterone Treatment

 

Overview

Feeling sluggish and depressed? Low T (Testosterone) could be to blame. Testosterone doesn’t just affect a man’s sex drive. Testosterone also affects a man’s appearance and helps build muscle and bone mass.

Who needs to be treated?

How low is too low? Most men begin to experience a gradual decline in testosterone, starting around age 40. If testosterone decreases lower than it should, men can experience a range of symptoms.

Symptoms of Low T can include:

  • Low sex drive
  • Difficulty with erection
  • Fatigue
  • Hair loss
  • Reduced lean muscle mass and bone mass
  • Increased body fat
  • Mood changes
  • Depression

It’s not just a part of aging

If you’re feeling fatigued, weaker, depressed, or have lost your sex drive, we can help. Low testosterone is closely associated with many other health issues, including metabolic syndrome, obesity, endothelial dysfunction, and diabetes.

What does treatment involve?

Men who are experiencing low T symptoms should talk to their primary care provider about getting a blood test to determine their testosterone levels. Treatment for Low T usually includes testosterone replacement therapy. Testosterone replacement therapy is available in several forms, including skin patches and injections. All can help improve testosterone levels. 

At Men’s Best, we make it as easy and comfortable as possible to maximize your health.

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provide primary care as of May 1st, 2020.

Please seek another provider for your healthcare needs.

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12200 Park Central Drive, Suite 110

Dallas, TX 75251

800-704-2970

 

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