Low Testosterone Solutions for Men.

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Revitalize your libido, your energy and your life. Testosterone therapy for men can improve energy levels, low libido, and erection problems. Testosterone therapy can also improve blood sugar regulation in diabetic patients.

As we age our total testosterone may be in the “normal” range or become low but the free testosterone (also known as bio-available testosterone) declines. Your testosterone levels began to decline about 1% per year starting when you turned 30 years old.As we age our total testosterone may be in the “normal” range or become low but the free testosterone (also known as bio-available testosterone) declines. Your testosterone levels began to decline about 1% per year starting when you turned 30 years old.

Your age and other health history will help us to determine what lab tests we may want to do initially. For most male patients as an initial screen we measure your total testosterone, free testosterone, and PSA levels. For younger male patients it is more important to measure luteinizing hormone (LH). If you have diabetes then we may measure estradiol (E2) with the initial labs because it tends to be higher in those with metabolic diseases and can easily be reduced with medications like anastrazole, an aromatase inhibitor that prevents testosterone from converting to estrogen. This conversion occurs in fat cells and other cells in your body.Men who have received testosterone therapy before without seeing major benefits may be converting too much testosterone is to estrogen and thus preventing the benefits.

“You age because of hormone decline, not the other way around.” – Ronald Rothenberg, MD. Your testosterone levels began to decline about 1% per year starting when you turned 30 years old.

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Take the TESTOSTERONE QUIZ to determine if you may be experiencing symptoms of low testosterone.

1. Have you experienced a decline in libido over the years?
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2. Have you had any decline in your energy levels?
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3. Have you had a decrease in your strength and endurance?
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4. Is exercise becoming/has been more difficult and less effective?
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5. Do you have difficulty losing weight or have poor body composition?
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6.Have you experienced a decrease in your overall enjoyment of life?
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7. Do you fall asleep after dinner or in meetings?
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8. Has there been a decline in your overall performance?
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9. Do you have weakened erections or little or no morning erections?
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10. BONUS- "if the only thing stiff in the morning is your back that's a sign of testosterone deficiency" - Ronald Rothenberg, MD
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