Testosterone Therapy

What To Expect From a Testosterone Therapy Clinic

A testosterone clinic is the ideal place for you to have your testosterone levels evaluated. A testosterone clinic will be able to tell you if you are a candidate for testosterone therapy.

If you are a man between the ages of 35-55 testosterone therapy may change your life!

Low testosterone and testosterone therapy has been in the news a lot lately. Chances are you have heard about testosterone therapy; you may even know some friends who are on testosterone therapy.

At Testosterone Clinic.com we know you probably have a lot of questions about testosterone therapy. Primarily you want to know if testosterone therapy works, and is it safe.

Here at the Testosterone Clinic, we will address any and all of your concerns about testosterone therapy, and can help get you on a path to a younger, stronger, more vital, YOU!

Testosterone Therapy

Although testosterone therapy is generally safe for most men, there remain many misunderstandings about testosterone therapy. Most of these misconceptions surround a mistaken belief that testosterone therapy is risky, even deadly!

Nothing could be further from the truth! A lot of the confusion comes from the illegal use of steroids by body builders and other athletes. Doctor-prescribed testosterone therapy is nothing at all like that.

Beyond that, there have been reports that even proper medical use of testosterone therapy increases your risk of heart attacks or cancer.

However, in the last 2 years there have been several major studies in respected and peer reviewed medical journals that have found neither of these is true. Men undergoing testosterone therapy have no greater risk of getting prostate cancer than the general population. A recent study found that testosterone therapy does not increase the risk of heart disease. In fact, that study concluded that long term testosterone therapy could even prevent heart attacks!

Testosterone therapy is a safe and effective way to regain your vitality and get more out of life.

While the true risks are low, testosterone therapy should only be given by a skilled and experienced physician.

Testosterone Therapy can be given in a number of ways. Testosterone can be administered as injections, skin-patches, creams, oral medications, or any combination thereof. Your physician will decide which is the best testosterone therapy for you based on your individual diagnosis, needs and lifestyle.

Why Do I Need Testosterone

Testosterone plays a very vital role in your body. As you may know, testosterone is the “male sex hormone.” Testosterone is mainly responsible for all of the characteristics we usually associate with being a guy – deeper voice, body and facial hair, bigger muscles, etc. Testosterone also plays a major role in sexual maturity, fertility and sexual performance.

You need testosterone you whole life. In fact testosterone production begins in male babies in the womb!

Most men hit their peak of testosterone production around the age of 17. Your testosterone level will remain pretty close to that peak level throughout your 20s. Once you hit your 30s, testosterone begins a steady decline, and it will start to drop significantly in your 40s. By the time you are over 70, your testosterone level could be less than half of what it was at its peak.

Not every man is effected by this lowering level of testosterone. Some men continue to function very well. But most men start to feel it, and many experience the condition known as “Low-T.” Men with Low- T could benefit from testosterone therapy.

The Benefits of Testosterone Therapy

If you have low testosterone, also known as Low-T, andropause, or “male menopause,” you will feel its effects in four aspects of your life. Lack of testosterone impacts your physical wellbeing, your ability to perform sexually, your cognitive abilities and your emotional states.

If you have low testosterone you may be experiencing:

  • Weight gain and muscle loss
  • Fatigue, tiredness and a general sense of weakness
  • Sexual issues including loss of libido and/or sexual dysfunction
  • Disturbed sleep
  • Memory loss, and/or other cognitive difficulties

If you are feeling any or all of the above, testosterone therapy my help return you to the man you once were.

The above list of symptoms could indicate Low-T, but the only way to find out if you really are a candidate for testosterone therapy is to have your testosterone levels checked.

A true measure of your testosterone level can only be done with a blood test. Some of our competitors use saliva testing to determine testosterone levels, however these kinds of simple swab tests, are nowhere near as accurate as a blood screening for testosterone.

Once we do the appropriate blood work, we will set up a program of testosterone therapy tailored to your particular needs and lifestyle.

Your program of testosterone therapy will be carefully monitored by our testosterone replacement doctors, and our wellness coaches. Our wellness coaches will work with you to also suggest diet, fitness and lifestyle changes that can maximize the results of your testosterone therapy.

Contact us today to see if testosterone therapy is the boost your life has been waiting for!