14 Jan Stop Low Testosterone Before It Starts: Popular Treatments to Try in 2020
Low testosterone is a serious condition that impacts many men today and can come with several severe side effects. These side effects come from having a lesser amount of testosterone in the system than average. This condition typically impacts middle age to senior men and can only get worse with age. Typically, those with low testosterone struggle with side effects, including:
- Low libido
- Issues getting an erection and maintaining an erection
- Hair loss
- Low energy
- Unexplained increase in body fat
- Low muscle mass
- Irritability and mood swings
Low T can come with all of these side effects, and if not treated, these side effects can only get worse. The good news is, there are now treatments available that can help men restore their testosterone levels and regain their usual quality of life. A popular treatment is in the form of testosterone pellets.
These pellets can help restore your normal testosterone levels and help you get rid of those unwanted low T side effects. These pellets are a type of hormone replacement therapy that is placed underneath the skin. They will then deliver a low, steady even stream of testosterone therapy in the body. Typically, they can last for up to 6 months at a time before you need to go back in for another appointment.
Pellets are one of the more popular of the hormone replacement therapy options out there because they are convenient and require very little maintenance. Plus, they have minimal side effects and risks when compared to other treatment options as they deliver natural hormones into the body that replicate your real testosterone.
If you have questions about testosterone pellets—give LT Men’s Clinic a call today. You can reach us at 817-369-3605 to schedule an appointment and learn about your options and about what this testosterone treatment can do for you. We will start with a blood test to check your testosterone levels so we can determine if low testosterone is really to blame for your symptoms.
Our team of doctors can then help determine if you are an ideal candidate for low T and if pellets can help change your life for the better and get you on a regimen that will work for you.