Bioidentical Hormones for Men
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Bioidentical Hormones for Men

Men’s Health

As a man you have unique needs and goals, we are committed to providing the leading health care with cutting-edge treatment options and services.

When we think of Testosterone we think of bravado, masculinity, muscles, sex drive( libido). Facts, Testosterone does effect sex drive, virility and muscle mass. But it also effects, mood, bone strength and joints. When a man’s level of testosterone falls below normal, a doctor may prescribe shots, gels, patches or pellets.

As we age it is normal for our hormone levels to decline. For men this is called andropause or male menopause. Because the decline is gradual symptoms some men may not be obvious or cause significant problems. Others may notice a decline in muscle mass, weight gain, depression, mood swings, decreased libido, diminished erections.

Men’s Health Testosterone FAQs

What causes low testosterone?

Aging, radiation, chemotherapy, steroids, diabetes, liver disease, obesity, testicular injuries.

Who should be tested?

If you have:

  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Low interest in sex or decreased sex drive
  • Low sperm count
  • Increased weight gain
  • Decreased muscle size
What is normal Testosterone level?

300-1000, most men will become symptomatic below 600

Who should not take testosterone?

Men with:

  • Prostate or breast cancer
  • Poorly controlled heart disease
  • Untreated sleep apnea
  • High RBC count
  • Clotting disorders

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