While the debate about “male menopause” rages on, the physical changes caused by reduced testosterone are very real. Unlike in women, men do not have a clear-cut signpost marking the transition into andropause, as testosterone levels can begin to drop every year starting at age 25. Often, the symptoms of imbalanced hormones in men are merely considered the signs of aging. The good news is advances in testosterone therapy for men make this imbalance easily correctible.
Because the decline in testosterone levels is slow, physical changes occur very gradually. Yet, these changes can dramatically affect your quality of life and well-being. More importantly, decreased testosterone levels, whether due to aging or other conditions, may put you at risk for serious health problems such as heart disease and weak bones.
You may have an imbalance of hormones or decreased hormone levels if you are experiencing any of the following:
|Reduced Libido||Erectile Dysfunction|
|Reduced Muscle Bulk||Weight Management Issues|
|Reduced Cognitive Function||Heart Disease|
At Tampa Rejuvenation, with our simple blood test and on-staff physicians, we can tell you the state of your hormones within two weeks. And, with our customized approach to male hormone therapy, your symptoms will be reduced or eliminated once your testosterone levels are replaced bringing your level to an optimal state.
Simple Steps to Feeling Younger and Healthier
Our medical team will customize a hormone-balancing treatment plan based on the results of your tests. We also support your testosterone replacement therapy with an exercise regimen and a nutrition program developed by our on-site nutritionist. Our integrative approach will help you achieve and maintain an energetic and healthier state of well-being.
Natural hormonal replacement has been shown to significantly improve sexual performance, libido, energy, mood, brain function, muscle strength and tone, bone density, and an overall sense of well-being with a re-found sense of confidence. You”ll quickly feel younger, healthier, and happier.
How is Testosterone Administered?
Testosterone can be administered in creams, injections, sublingual tablets, and pellets. The method you use will depend on whichever option you and your doctor decide will work best for your lifestyle. Testosterone administration can be applied daily, weekly or when using pellets every 6 months.
How do I get started?
Call to schedule your free consultation to learn more about testosterone replacement therapy and whether it’s right for you. If you decide its right for you, we can get started that day with blood work that is done in office. Once we get the results of the test, the doctor will interpret the test, and meet with you to discuss your course of treatment.
Call to schedule your free consultation to learn more about testosterone replacement therapy and whether it’s right for you.