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Testosterone Therapy For Men

Testosterone for men is a hormone that helps a man stay strong and active physically, mentally, emotional and sexually.


The hormone is produced in the body in the man’s testicles mostly, as well as his adrenal glands, which are located just above the kidneys. The majority of testosterone comes directly from the testes, with just a small amount from the adrenals. The pituitary gland in the brain tells the body when to release testosterone into the body when it is needed.

As all people grow older, their bodies start to slow down in their functioning. This includes the testicles and adrenals in men leading to less production of the vital hormone testosterone. In this case, as a man ages, he may start to feel some signs of low testosterone that can make him look and feel less than desirable.

A man can only discover if the symptoms he is feeling are caused from low testosterone (or low T) if he gets a blood test taken. A professional doctor can diagnose low T from this blood sample and then prescribe testosterone replacement therapy (TRT). TRT has been clinically proven to decrease or even completely eliminate low T signs and symptoms within a matter of six months with proper therapy, including medical supervision and on-going testing.

Testosterone for men is something that is getting more and more attention these days as doctors are making male health more of a priority. There is no longer any reason that a man should suffer because his body is no longer producing enough testosterone hormone. Therapy can replace what is missing and bring a man to optimal health.


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There are many different signs of low testosterone that men can experience. It is important to note; however, that not all men will have all symptoms of the condition. In addition, not all men will experience the issues of low T at the same age or at the same severity level. In fact, some men may not be bothered by symptoms, while other men lose a great amount of their quality of life.

Below is a list of eight of the more common symptoms of low testosterone in men:

  • Fatigue
  • Low sexual drive
  • Difficulty with erections
  • Decrease in bone mineral density
  • Loss of muscle mass
  • Increased body fat
  • Hair loss
  • Mood changes
  • Let’s take a closer look at each of the above symptoms that can be caused from low testosterone levels.

Fatigue: One of the first signs of a man having low testosterone levels is his experiencing fatigue. When the body does not produce enough testosterone; leading to a testosterone deficiency, tiredness, lethargy and lack of energy can set in rather quickly.

Fatigue can lead to other issues such as weight gain because exercise ceases as well as gaining a lack of stamina, endurance and motivation. Some men lose the desire to even get out of bed in the morning. All this can cause problems on the job and for interpersonal relationships.

Low sexual drive: Another very common symptom of low testosterone in men is a decreased or absent sexual drive. As sexual libido decreases, this can cause problems with a man’s selfesteem and ultimately in his personal relationship.

When a man is not knowledgeable that low T can be the cause of low sexual drive, this can be extremely damaging to not only himself, but to his partner as well. Either the man or woman can question the level of attractiveness they have to their partner and wonder why sexual excitement is not occurring. When lack of libido enters a relationship, this can even lead to separation or divorce.

Difficulty with erections: Having difficulty with erections is also called erectile dysfunction (ED). This can be very damaging to a man’s ego and then eventually his relationship. When not enough testosterone is produced in the body due to aging, erections can be more difficult to get and/or to maintain.

If neither partner understands that ED can be a symptom of low testosterone, they may believe that the inability of the man to have an erection is because of them. This insecurity of lack of attraction or connection with each other, can cause terrible relationship problems; whether it is the man or his partner feeling it.

Decrease in bone mineral density: A decrease in bone mineral density caused from low T can become very dangerous. As bones become weaker and more brittle, they are more prone to fracturing or breaking. If this occurs, it can lead to more serious concerns.

Osteoporosis is a disease that is caused by lack of bone mass. There is no cure for the condition and it can become painful and reduce quality of life quite significantly if it is not treated. Therapy can help prevent the condition from worsening and strengthen the bone that is still present.

Loss of muscle mass: As a man grows older and his testosterone levels start to dip, he can begin to lose his muscle mass. Not only is this a natural phenomenon, but experiencing lethargy can also stop exercise and increase lack of mobility. This can be what leads to loss of muscle tissue as well.

Without exercise due to fatigue or lethargy, muscle mass will discontinue growing. The fact is, that if muscles are not used, they can atrophy. Increasing testosterone in men can also reverse loss of muscle mass.

Increased body fat: With a natural decrease in testosterone levels will usually come a slower metabolism and increased body fat. This body fat will mostly show around the abdominal area in men.

Again, body fat will also increase due to lethargy that can often lead to inactivity. A man must exercise daily for optimal health and body weight. Increased body fat is extremely common amongst aging men with low T, according to expert sources.

Hair loss: Loss of testosterone levels can bring about hair loss, thinning hair and total balding. This is just low T in aging men running its course and preventing it can only be accomplished by helping the body to replenish testosterone levels.

Hair loss can lead to many other self esteem issues including insecurity and a poor self image. Balding or thinning hair is often associated with aging and can lead indirectly to depression if not treated.

Mood changes: Mood swings, depression, anxiety, irritability, agitation and anger outbursts are very common emotional symptoms that accompany low testosterone levels. Often, men with low T have more difficulty controlling their emotions and can be quite moody, according to experts.

Experiencing mood changes can lead to troubled relationships, difficulty at work and feeling badly about oneself. Emotions can stabilize with properly prescribed testosterone replacement therapy with the right doctor and clinic.


The role of the hormone testosterone in male puberty has a huge part in the maturing male. Testosterone effects male puberty by helping the following physical, emotional and sexual changes to happen as a boy becomes a man:

  • Helps the penis and the testicles to grow
  • Increases sexual desire and sexual libido greatly
  • Makes body hair to grow on the face, arm pits, the genitals, arms, legs and chest
  • Increases a male’s competitive nature and aggression or assertiveness
  • Helps muscles to grow faster and to become more pronounced
  • Increases strength
  • Helps the voice to deepen

The years a boy goes through puberty to become a man can be some of the most challenging and important years of his life. The rise of testosterone can bring about many changes in the mind and body as listed above. Males need good role models to keep them on track and out of trouble as their sexual desire rises, they become more competitive and experience all of the physical changes as well.

Late onset puberty or puberty occurring too early can lead to self esteem problems, according to experts. As previously mentioned, teen-age boys do best when positive adults surround them to help with answering questions about the changes they will experience as they grow into adult men.


When a man has low testosterone or low T, this means that his body is not producing enough of the hormone and the body will usually feel and show its effects. Low T usually means that the body is growing older (anytime after 30 years old) and its organs and glands are slowing down too.

Low testosterone can mean that a man’s testes are not producing enough testosterone because they have slowed down with age. In addition, a small amount of the hormone is produced in the adrenal glands and they reduce their activity with age as well.

When a man has low testosterone or low T, this can also mean that many negative symptoms that mimic those of the natural aging process can occur. However, some men can experience truly life altering problems that can greatly diminish his quality of life if they are not treated.

Testosterone replacement therapy has been clinically proven to help men to raise their low T levels to a “normal” range for his age, body chemistry and body composition. With raised and balanced testosterone levels, the man can actually look and feel better than he did when he was in his 20’s. This has been proven in many medical studies throughout the years.

For more information about testosterone for men, please reach out to us. Call us toll free or fill out our simple online contact form to get in touch with an expert clinical advisor quickly. Learn all you need to know about how testosterone effects men, how to find out if you have low T and how you can get help if you do.