What is Hormone Replacement Therapy?

Men, are you experiencing any of the following symptoms?

  • Difficulty achieving or maintaining erections
  • Hair loss
  • Reduced bone mass
  • Reduction in testicle size
  • Reduced semen production
  • Sleeping difficulties
  • Diminishing sex drive
  • Muscle mass loss
  • Hot flashes
  • Low energy levels
  • Increased body fat
  • Changes in mood such as depression, focus, irritability

What is Testosterone Replacement Therapy “TRT” or “Low T” Treatments for Men all About?

  • As the male body ages it begins to decrease production of the primary male hormone testosterone. The symptoms of testosterone deficiency are often attributed to aging and therefore not considered by many to be a treatable condition. Testosterone deficiency is treatable with Bio-identical Testosterone (structurally identical to the testosterone the body already produces). Once the condition of testosterone depletion is treated most if of the negative side effects can be managed.
  • Testosterone replacement can be highly effective for men who have the signs of andropause “male menopause” which begins as early as 30 in some. Every patients starting hormone levels and symptoms are unique, as well as, their response to treatment. As a result our medical staff works closely with patients to provide unique treatment plans and make appropriate adjustments to optimize the patients blood chemistry.

What Are the Medical Benefits of Low T / Male Hormone Therapy?

TargetEffects Of TestosteroneMale Sex OrgansGrowth, development, maintenance of secondary sex characteristics, sperm production, erections and prostatic functionBehaviorImproved libido, mood, memory and energyBoneLinear growth, closure of the epiophyses, increases bone mineral densityFat tissueBody and abdominal fat reductionMuscleAnabolic, increases muscle mass and strengthLiverStimulates production of serum protiensKidneyStimulates erythropoietin production which increases blood countsHeartDilates blood vessels in the heartBloodSuppression of clotting factors (II,V,VII), low HDL-cholestrolBoneStimulates stem cell productionHairInfluences body hair growth, especially facial hair

What Are the Symptoms of Testosterone Deficiency During Andropause or “Male Menopause”?

  • Low energy / chronic fatigue
  • Loss of optimism, low-grade apathy and lack of drive
  • Increased forgetfulness
  • Irritability: Depressed mood
  • Diminished libido
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Increase in body fat, especially visceral belly fat
  • Decrease in lean muscle mass and strength
  • Loss of bone density (osteoporosis)
  • Insomnia
  • Joint pain and backache
  • Mental fatigue and inability to maintain focus

What Are the Benefits of Bio-identical Testosterone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) for Men?

  • Elevated mood and sense of well being
  • Restore and enhance libido as well as ability to achieve and maintain erection
  • Increase lean muscle mass
  • Reduces inflammation; Decrease joint stiffness and join pain
  • Rejuvenate the immune system
  • Reduce body fat; especially visceral (belly) fat
  • Restore vitality and zest for life, elevate mood
  • Increase energy as well as mental and physical stamina
  • Reduce insulin resistance
  • Restore memory and improve concentration
  • Reverse metabolic syndrome
  • Protect against heart disease (decrease in total cholesterol, LDL, and triglycerides)
  • Increase bone density (increase calcium retention)

NIA Research on Male Hormone Treatments with Testosterone

The NIA conducted a study on testosterone in the body where the levels of 108 male patients were raised from 370 to 640 ng/dl for 36 months. Each man, on average, lost six pounds of fat and actually increased five pounds of lean muscle over that period. Additionally, there was improvement in bone density. This study demonstrated that a man’s body composition could improve, even if the starting testosterone level (at 370 ng/dl) was above the low-normal range for males.

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