Low T | Low Testosterone
Sexual: low libido, lack of morning or spontaneous erections, weak erections
Physical: loss muscle mass and weakness, weight gain, and loss of body hair
Mental: fatigue, low energy, irritability, poor sleep, depression, moodiness, lack of motivation, poor or weak memory, lack of concentration and focus
Urinary: urgency and frequency, weaker urine stream, and sensation of incomplete emptying
Misc: Hot flashes and night sweats
Diagnosing low testosterone is a combination of subjective symptoms or objective signs with serum blood levels confirming the diagnosis. Typically, it is best to have two morning laboratory blood levels drawn between 7-11 a.m. on two separate days.
We offer different types of therapies including pill, injection, transdermal gels and pellet forms. The type of therapy a person chooses is a direct result of the patient and providers collaborative treatment plan.