Testosterone is a natural male hormone which effects many aspects of the male body. While we relate testosterone most commonly to sex drive (libido), it benefits many more aspects of our life. For those who have low levels of this hormone, or have any signs or symptoms, please contact Summit Male Medical Center and learn about the options we have to help.
Symptoms of Low Testosterone
Decreasing testosterone is a natural part of aging for men, but for many of us, it starts happening too soon. This can lead to a loss of sex drive, premature hair loss and can contribute to erectile dysfunction. Many of our patients come in saying they feel weaker, become fatigued easily and lose motivation for physical activity, including sex. Sometimes, men who are normally easygoing and relaxed start experiencing feelings of depression or anxiety that didn’t exist before. They are surprised to learn that so many adverse health impacts can be linked to LowT.
Potential Benefits of Hormone Replacement Therapy
- Increased libido
- Increased muscle mass
- Increase in energy levels
- Increase rest and recovery
- Reduce belly fat
- Increased mental clarity
- Improve overall well-being
We Provide Low T Treatment in Phoenix and the Surrounding Area
You can start feeling more like yourself today with hormone replacement therapy. Our experienced physicians will provide you with a testosterone test to determine whether your symptoms can be relieved through our effective treatments. You should not have to feel like your best days are behind you, or that you are being stripped of your sex drive and ambition far too soon. There are options and we can help. Many of our patients report feeling better on the very first day of low testosterone treatment.
Let Us Help You Increase Your Sex Drive
Many men over the age of 45 have low T levels, and the prevalence of low hormone levels only increases as a man ages. With an examination, medical history, and blood test, our physicians at Summit Male Medical Center can determine if you are suffering from low hormone levels. There are several treatment options, and once our physicians conclude that you have low T levels, we can help select the ideal treatment for you. Please contact our medical center in Tempe to learn more.Contact Us