Low T Testosterone

Testosterone Therapy (Low T)

Regain Energy, Reclaim Your Health
and Revitalize Your Life

As a man reaches in his late twenties, the testosterone levels in the body start decline steadily reaching to an evident depletion upon mid-life. This depletion, is referred to as andropause, and it is characterized by a number of very uncomfortable and frustrating symptoms, such as, weight gain, irritability, hair loss, muscle weakness and diminished sexual desire.

Symptoms of Low Testosterone

There are numerous symptoms of low testosterone in men that can manifest themselves in a variety of ways. It is important to note that these symptoms are usually mistaken for signs of aging. But this hormone imbalance can be averted with right treatment. Men who suffer from low testosterone levels struggle with the following symptoms:

  • Hair loss
  • Increased body fat
  • Loss of muscle mass
  • Depleted bone mass
  • Disturbed sleep patterns
  • Inexplicable moods swings, irritability or depression
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Decrease in energy levels

Men who suffer from low testosterone levels are usually not aware of hormonal imbalance in their body and they are often misdiagnosed with depression. This misdiagnosis can lead to a very distressing snowball effect of symptoms which harm your body even more in the long run. Research shows that men who have low or declining testosterone are at an increased risk of diseases, like osteoporosis and diabetes.

Bioidentical Hormone Therapy for Low Testosterone

The treatment for low testosterone is quite simple. Advancements in science and medicine can now transform the life of a man with low testosterone and make him feel less tired, motivated and energized even as he ages.

Testosterone is responsible for a myriad of bodily functions in males, it contributes in the growth of facial and body hair, performance, bone and muscle development, as well as, sexual desire. Testosterone therapy can help men restore their testosterone levels and become healthy naturally again.

Benefits of Testosterone Therapy

  • Increased Energy Levels
  • Stabilized Moods
  • Enhanced Sex Drive
  • Disease Prevention

Bioidentical Testosterone Replacement Therapy Treatment Options

Testosterone replacement therapy and it’s corresponding treatment plans are tailored to suit the lifestyle of each individual. There are two treatment methods for testosterone therapy:

Intramuscular injections given once a week

Topical Testosterone gel applied on either the wrist, inner arms or abdomen daily

Testosterone therapy offers a number of benefits to men. This therapy is combined with a comprehensive treatment plan that is designed to fit lifestyle and individual health needs.

Start living a healthy, happy and energize life today with Bioidentical Testosterone Replacement Therapy at Method Health

It’s simple. We created Method Health to improve the lives of everyone we meet by making high-quality whole-body health care accessible and convenient. Your life. Optimized.

Step 1:

Get started with a comprehensive in-office or, online doctor visit.

We begin by talking with you. And listening. You’ll have questions and so will we. From there, we help you make an informed decision so together, we can map out your best course of action.

Step 2:

Review your treatment plan.

A Method Health Provider will then review, with you, your custom program tailored to your individual needs.

Step 3:

Shipped to your door.

We’ll deliver your medication quickly and discreetly, so you can get to know your treatment in the comfort of your own home. If you have questions, we are here to help.

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