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Solving Low Testosterone
Low testosterone, otherwise known as “low T”, is when the male sex hormone testosterone drops below normal. Your sex drive may decrease, and you may show signs of erectile dysfunction (ED).
Starting around age 35, most men lose 1% to 5% of testosterone per year – do the math and that can be about 20% every decade of life.
Over the long term, low level of testosterone is a slippery slope, not only in sexual health, but general health as well. Lower levels of testosterone can put men at risk for:
- Heart disease
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Prostate Cancer
- Lean muscle loss
This stage in a man’s life, around the early to late 40’s, is referred to as andropause, also known as “male menopause”. This period may come with a reduced interest in sex and a decrease in spontaneous erections.
At the same time, other chronic conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol may be simultaneously occurring if one is not leading a healthy lifestyle. These chronic conditions on their own are also associated with low testosterone – now you are faced with testosterone deficiency and are more than likely feeling lousy all the way around.
Signs & Symptoms of Low-T
- Decreased energy
- Lack of motivation
- Loss of confidence
- Poor concentration
- Breast discomfort or swelling
- Low libido
- Loss of spontaneous and night time erections
- Trouble sleeping
- Reduced muscle bulk and strength
Your Low Testosterone (Low-T) treatment will be performed in Cleveland Health Group‘s surgery center located in Independence, Ohio.
How We Can Help
Bioidentical Testosterone Pellet Therapy is bar none the best method of replacing low testosterone over creams, gels, patches or injections.
The practitioners at Cleveland Health Group realize bioidentical hormone replacement therapy has become the preferred treatment for men seeking to restore hormone levels to a balanced state and thereby eliminate the plethora of symptoms associated with low testosterone. We are delighted to bring relief to our patients.