Male Hormone Replacement Therapy
You’ve probably heard about the symptoms of low testosterone on television and in popular magazines, but are you aware of the benefits of testosterone replacement therapy? Read on to learn more, and get it touch with Medela Clinic in Bonita Springs today to schedule an appointment!
Let’s start by explaining how low testosterone is diagnosed. You will probably come to your doctor with one, or several, concerning symptoms in mind. Perhaps you’re having trouble falling asleep and staying asleep every night, or maybe you’re experiencing a rapid decline in your libido. The most common symptoms of low testosterone are:
While each of these symptoms can be explained by other conditions such as depression or obstructive sleep apnea. But the best way to find if you suffer the effects of low testosterone is by measuring your testosterone level through blood test. We will be looking for an amount of less than 300 mg/dL. We recommend starting testosterone replacement therapy as soon as we diagnosed you with low testosterone levels. While there are many different forms of testosterone replacement therapy available both by prescription and over-the-counter-purchase, weekly injections of testosterone have been found to be the most effective way to improve testosterone levels. At Medela Clinic, we will schedule injections of FDA-approved, bioidentical testosterone cypionate every three to seven days to ensure that our patients receive the best possible treatment for their symptoms.
Continue to learn more about the benefits you’ll get from treating your testosterone levels. Feel the relief of testosterone replacement therapy and bring balance back to your health. Contact us today at Medela Clinic and schedule your consultation with us in Bonita Springs, Florida! We look forward to helping you learn more about this powerful treatment option.
Published Peer Reviewed Journal
Traish, Abdulmaged. “Testosterone therapy men testosterone deficiency :Are we beyond the point of no return?.” Investigative and Clinical Urology 57.6 (2016): 384-400.