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Are Testosterone Treatments Right For You?
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Jun 15, 2016 - 8:05:28 AM

(HealthNewsDigest.com) - As they get older, some men start experiencing symptoms that can be mended with testosterone treatments. The problem is, not only are the men not aware that their problems are fixable, they also do not know much about testosterone treatments. Below is some basic information about testosterone treatments, so that you can decide if they are right for you, and will hopefully lead you to having a conversation with your doctor.

What Are Testosterone Treatments?

For some men, they are no longer producing the amount of testosterone that they once used to. This could be the result of age, or some other condition. In a testosterone treatment, the patient is given additional testosterone to make up for the missing amount. In order to diagnose the need for a testosterone treatment, patients should have their doctor test their blood and see if it has the proper level of testosterone.

What Are The Symptoms Of Low Testosterone?

There are several symptoms that can accompany a low level of testosterone. They are low-energy or fatigue, low sex drive, erectile dysfunction, decreased muscle mass, loss of hair, depression, irritability, and difficulty concentrating. If you are experiencing any of these conditions, you should talk to your doctor about what might be causing them. While these symptoms can accompany a low testosterone level, they can also be the result of other conditions, or simply aging, so it is important to talk to your doctor before assuming low testosterone is the answer.

What Are The Benefits Of Testosterone Replacement Therapy?

Men who have undergone a testosterone replacement treatment have reported an increase in energy, an improved mood, and a more active sex drive. Results vary from person to person, but the aim is to remove those symptoms caused by low testosterone by adding more testosterone to your body.

What Are The Drawbacks?

There are some medical risks involved with this treatment. Some of the more minor side effects include a rash or irritation at the site of the treatment. In addition to this, there is some evidence to suggest that testosterone treatment therapy can lead to an increased risk of a heart attack or stroke. The negative impacts of this treatment are still fairly unknown, due to the lack of a large scale clinical trial. As always, it is a good idea to discuss both the pros and the cons with your doctor before committing to a treatment.

How Long Do The Treatments Take?

The length of time needed for the treatments to take effect will vary from person to person, along with the type of treatment you are getting. According to LowTRevolution.com, a St. Louis based testosterone therapy center, patients can expect to see some minor results within just a few days, with larger impacts showing up in 4 to 6 weeks after starting the program.

Is This Treatment Right For Me?

Ultimately, you and your doctor will have to decide if this course of treatment is right for you. After weighing all of the positives and the negatives, you can discuss which kind of treatment would be best for you, and when you can get started. Hopefully, after just a couple of weeks you will find that your mood has improved, along with your energy levels and libido. While a testosterone replacement treatment is not right for everyone, if you decide it is the right course of action for you, you may find that you are very pleased with the results.

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