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Testosterone Replacement Therapy

We recognize the critical importance of testosterone in men's health and understand that hormonal imbalances can affect many aspects of your life. We are committed to providing accurate assessments and personalized solutions to effectively address each individual's specific needs. Whether you are looking to boost your energy levels, improve your sexual health, or address testosterone deficiency symptoms, our clinic is here to provide you with a comprehensive service, backed by the latest medical advances. Find out how we can help you reach your full potential and enjoy a full, healthy life.

What is Testosterone?

Testosterone is a male sex hormone. It is produced in the testicles. Hormones are important for physical and mental health.When men have low testosterone levels, or symptoms of low testosterone, this is called testosterone deficiency (TD).Testosterone decreases with age after 40 years, and also in people with health problems such as insulin resistance and/or obesity.Some patients present symptoms of low testosterone levels, but have “normal” levels according to the laboratory scale,However, today, we understand that optimal testosterone levels are unique to each patient and do not necessarily follow established numbers. Each man has his “unique” number where the resolution of symptoms occurs.

Low Testosterone Symptoms

  • Reduced libido (sexual desire): One of the most common symptoms is decreased sexual desire.

  • Erectile dysfunction: difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection during sexual activity.

  • Fatigue: Persistent feeling of tiredness and lack of energy.

  • Depression: Low testosterone levels can contribute to mood swings, including feelings of sadness or depression.

  • Decreased cognitive abilities: Some people may experience difficulties with memory, concentration, or mental clarity.

  • Reduced muscle mass: Testosterone plays a role in maintaining muscle mass, so low levels can lead to a decrease in muscle volume.

  • Increased body fat: Low testosterone levels can contribute to increased body fat, especially around the abdomen.

  • Decreased bone mass: Testosterone is important for maintaining bone density and low levels can lead to bone loss.

  • Hair loss: Low levels can contribute to hair loss, particularly on the scalp.

  • Mood swings: bad mood, irritability or increased stress levels.

  • Sleep disturbances: in some cases insomnia or alterations in sleep patterns may occur.

  • Reduced physical performance: decreased strength, endurance, and athletic performance.

How do I start treatment?

  • Schedule your appointment: calling, texting or using WhatsApp (901) 453-5161

  • An interview will be conducted to understand your symptoms and laboratory tests will be ordered prior to your consultation.

  • A plan will be created for you once your labs return.

  • Once we test your labs and you accept the plan, the medication will be sent directly to you monthly.

  • Initially, we will perform lab tests every 4 to 8 weeks until we reach the best dose for you, at which time we will switch to lab tests every 6 months.


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