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Low T: Can Women Have It Too?

Many people consider testosterone a uniquely male hormone, however women produce testosterone in small amounts in their ovaries and adrenal glands. Together with estrogen, women rely on testosterone for proper growth and maintenance of their female reproductive tissue, bone mass and overall sense of well-being. Like men, women also experience a natural decline in testosterone … Continued

Erectile Dysfunction: Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

Erectile dysfunction and erectile dissatisfaction are frustrating, but take solace in knowing these conditions are not uncommon. Erectile dysfunction affects more than 30 million American men and many don’t understand how or why it happens. Symptoms of erectile dysfunction Erectile dysfunction symptoms typically include persistent: Trouble getting an erection Trouble sustaining an erection Reduced sexual … Continued

TRT Before and After: What to Expect

Testosterone is the most important male hormone for sexual and reproductive development. Not only is it responsible for sperm production and regulation of sex drive, it also regulates bone mass, fat distribution, muscle mass and strength and the production of red blood cells. Testosterone levels naturally decrease after age 30. But when they drop too … Continued

Why Testosterone Levels Are At Historic Lows and What You Can Do About It

Testosterone levels among American men have rapidly declined over the past few decades. While testosterone levels are known to naturally decline with age, studies showthat a 65-year-old male in 1987 had approximately 17 percent higher testosterone than a 65-year-old man in 2004. While the exact cause of this decline isunknown, evidence suggests there could be … Continued

How Low T Treatment Works for High Cholesterol

Testosterone therapy is used by millions of men to treat the natural decline of testosterone in men. Testosterone, while commonly known for supporting libido, muscle mass and bone density, may also play an important role in lowering cholesterol levels. Cholesterol and testosterone Cholesterol has several important functions in the body. It’s an important part of … Continued

Hypothyroidism and Low T: What Is Their Relationship?

The thyroid is an adrenal gland that produces two essential hormones: Triiodothyronine and thyroxine. These hormones are responsible for regulating many bodily processes as well as supporting hormone balance, metabolism and protein synthesis. It is located in the throat, at the base of the neck; a long way from the male reproductive system. However, these … Continued

Is Sex Better With Testosterone Therapy Treatments

More than two million men receive testosterone therapy in the United States each year. Testosterone is the primary sex hormone in men. It is responsible for maintaining muscle growth, bone density, adequate fat distribution, heart health and libido, as well as promoting the production of red blood cells. In addition to causing physical changes, low … Continued