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Testosterone is Prescribed to treat Andropause, ED and Low Libido in Men. Learn why and How Testosterone is used.

Signs and Symptoms of Low Testosterone and ED - Erectile Dysfunction require medical treatment.

Many medical treatment options exist to help men increase low sex hormone levels, boost sexual desire, performance and function.

If you think you are experiencing signs and symptoms of age related hormone decline, erectile problems or sexual health issues, contact experts at the Male Health Specialists at the Men's Medical Treatment Center - 1.888.663.1777 or fill out the Testosterone for Men's Health Info Form - Men's Low T Info Form

Main Causes of Low Testosterone

What could be causing Low T levels and how to fix it.

The most significant conributing factors of Low T Causes:

  • Aging or over the age of 40
  • Lack of exercise or daily acitivity
  • Obesity and too much adipose body fat
  • Too much sugar and unhealthy carbohydrates
  • Prescription drug medications or supplements
  • Drinking excessive amounts of alcohol
  • Estrogen dominance or testicular dysfunction

Age, weight, lifestyle choices mad health problems can contribute to lower testosterone levels in men. Hormone Replacement Therapy can help Fix Low T.

Hypogonadism Medical Topics

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Types of Hypogonadism in Men

Hypogonadism - Primary and Secondary

Hypogonadism is a clinical conditon causing androgen deficiency in men as opposed to lifestyle or solely age-related loss of natural or depressed testosterone production. Causes of low testosterone in men younger than 50 include pituitary gland tumors, infections, cancer and radiation treatment or chemotherapy for cancer. Doctors categorize causes of low testosterone as primary or secondary Hyogonadism. Primary hypogonadism stems from a problem in the testicles or the specialized Leydig cells that are responsible for secreting natural testosterone in men... In men over 50 years of age a natural decline in testosterone levels results in lower than normal levels of unbound androgen hormone circulating in the blood stream. Other hormonal imbalance such as in DHEA and Human Growth Hormone also impact healthy testosterone levels.

Causes of primary hypogonadism include

  • Pituitary or other endocrine disorders including damaged testes
  • Autoimmune disorders, such as Addison's disease and hypoparathyroidism
  • Genetic disorders, such as Turner syndrome and Klinefelter syndrome
  • Infections, tumors, chemotherapy, liver and kidney diseases
  • Hemochromatosis when the body absorbs too much iron
  • Anabolic steroids abuse to enhance athletic performance or bodybuilding

Testosterone Deficiency

Why Loss of Androgen Matters

Testosterone is the principal male sex hormone and is largely responsible for male growth and development. It has many functions within the human body and should not be taken for granted. When dealing with low testosterone you must get to the root of the cause. So although testosterone levels slowly decline with age, there are many other things that can cause a lowering of this vital hormone.

Why is testosterone medication prescribed?

Testosterone cypionate (Depo-Testosterone), testosterone enanthate (Delatestryl), testosterone undecanoate (Aveed), and testosterone pellet (Testopel) are forms of testosterone injection used to treat symptoms of low testosterone in men who have hypogonadism (a condition in which the body does not produce enough natural testosterone). Testosterone is used only for men with low testosterone levels caused by certain medical conditions, including disorders of the testicles, pituitary gland, (a small gland in the brain), or hypothalamus (a part of the brain) that cause hypogonadism. Your doctor will order certain lab tests to check your testosterone levels to see if they are low before you begin to use testosterone injection. Testosterone enanthate (Delatestryl) and testosterone pellet (Testopel) are also used to stimulate puberty in males with delayed puberty. Testosterone enanthate (Delatestryl) injection may be used in certain women with a type of breast cancer called mammary cancer that has spread to other parts of the body. Testosterone is in a class of medications called hormones. Testosterone is a hormone produced by the body that contributes to the growth, development, and functioning of the male sexual organs and typical male characteristics. Testosterone injection works by supplying synthetic testosterone to replace the testosterone that is normally produced naturally in the body. When used to treat breast cancer, testosterone works by stopping the release of estrogen.

How should this medicine be used?

Testosterone cypionate, testosterone enanthate, and testosterone undecanoate injection come as a solution (liquid) to be injected into a muscle by a doctor or nurse in a hospital or clinic. Testosterone injection is also comes as a pellet to be injected under the skin.

Testosterone injection may control your symptoms but will not cure your condition. Your hormone doctor may adjust your dose of testosterone depending on the amount of testosterone in your blood during your treatment and your reaction to the medication.

Ask your pharmacist or doctor for a copy of the manufacturer's information for the patient. Prescribing information has many helpful guidelines. Learn how to get a testosterone prescription and how much does testosterone therapy cost. Experienced endocrine specialists and anti-aging medical professional can help you with prescription testosterone injections, and also issue an online prescription for refills of testosterone drugs. Learn how to get a testosterone prescription online.

Other uses for this hormone medicine

Testosterone is prescribed by low t doctos, urologists and age management physicians who treat the symptoms of low testosterone in men who have low testosterone due to aging (age-related hypogonadism).

This medication may be prescribed for use with human growth hormone and HCG or Human Chorionic Gonaditropin to stimulate androgen secretion, ask your doctor or pharmacist for more information regarding the benfits of HGH and HCG for treating men with Low T.

What special precautions should I follow?

Before receiving testosterone injection,

  • tell your doctor and pharmacist if you are allergic to testosterone, any other medications, or any of the ingredients in testosterone injection products. Ask your pharmacist for a list of the ingredients.
  • tell your doctor and pharmacist what prescription and nonprescription medications, vitamins, nutritional supplements, and herbal products you are taking or plan to take. Be sure to mention any of the following: anticoagulants (blood thinners) such as warfarin (Coumadin, Jantoven); insulin (Apridra, Humalog, Humulin, Lantus, Novolin, others); medications for diabetes; and oral steroids such as dexamethasone, methylprednisolone (Medrol), and prednisone (Rayos). Your doctor may need to change the doses of your medications or monitor you carefully for side effects.
  • if you are male, tell your doctor if you have breast cancer or have or may have prostate cancer. Also tell your doctor if you have heart, liver or kidney disease. Your doctor may tell you that you should not receive testosterone injection.
  • tell your doctor if you have or have ever had sleep apnea (breathing stops for short periods of time during sleep), benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH; an enlarged prostate), high blood levels of calcium, diabetes, or lung disease.
  • women should not receive this medication if they are or may become pregnant or are breast-feeding. Testosterone may harm the fetus.

What special dietary instructions should I follow?

Unless your doctor tells you otherwise, continue your normal diet.

What side effects can this medication cause?

Testosterone injection may cause side effects. Tell your doctor if any of these symptoms are severe or do not go away:

  • acne
  • breast enlargement or pain
  • hoarseness
  • deepening of voice
  • pain or redness at injection site
  • tiredness
  • difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
  • mood swings

Some side effects can be serious. If you experience any of these symptoms or those listed in the >IMPORTANT WARNING section, call your doctor immediately:

  • lower leg pain, swelling or redness
  • shortness of breath
  • swelling of the hands, feet, ankles, or lower legs
  • slow or difficult speech
  • dizziness or faintness
  • weakness or numbness of an arm or leg
  • chest pain
  • difficulty breathing, especially during sleep
  • erections that happen too often or that last too long
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • difficulty urinating, weak urine flow, frequent urination, sudden need to urinate right away
  • yellowing of the skin or eyes

Testosterone injection may cause a decrease in the number of sperm (male reproductive cells) produced, especially if it is used at high doses. Talk to your doctor about the risks of using this medication if you are a man and would like to have children.

Testosterone may increase the risk of developing prostate cancer. Talk to your doctor about the risks of taking this medication.

Testosterone injection may cause the bones to mature more quickly than normal in children who come into contact with the medication. This means that the children may stop growing sooner than expected and may have a shorter than expected adult height.

Testosterone injection may cause other side effects. Call your doctor if you have any unusual problems while taking this medication.

If you experience a serious side effect, you and your doctor may need to adjust the dosage or type of medication you are taking including the administration method and frequency or place of body application or injection site.

Proper dosages

Keep all appointments with your doctor and the laboratory. Your doctor may order certain tests to check your body's response to testosterone injection. Specialists who deal with hypgonadism and symptoms of low T have testing and treatment options readily available including the best place for you to buy testosterone. Low Testosterone Clinics and Doctors.

Before having any laboratory test, tell your doctor and the laboratory personnel that you are receiving testosterone injection.

It is important for you to keep a written list of all of the prescription and nonprescription (over-the-counter) medicines you are taking, as well as any products such as vitamins, minerals, or other dietary supplements or herbal supplements. These include natural testosterone boosting products. You should bring this list with you each time you visit a doctor or if you are admitted to a hospital. It is also important information to carry with you in case of emergencies.

Brand names

  • Aveed®
  • Delatestryl®
  • Depo-Testosterone®
  • Testopel®

Other testosterone names

Getting Testosterone Prescribed

Will my doctor prescribe me testosterone if I have men's Low T Symptoms

Low testosterone and Hypogonadism are fairly common conditions in men reaching their forties but can easily occur in the thirties as well. As you age, your energy, sex drive, drive, enthusiasm and physique all begin to decline due to a declining level of testosterone, DEHEA and HGH, Human Growth Hormone in the body. Testosterone plays a major role in the male body, fueling the male libido, building of strong muscle mass and bone, male fertility, proper fat distribution, and blood cell production.

Androgen hormones also regulate men's mental alertness, drive, ambitions and emotions. That is why when testosterone is too low, mood swings, bursts of anger, sadness and depression can become problematic symptoms. Other common symptoms of low testosterone include trouble sleeping, a reduced libido, reduced energy, depression, tender breasts, reduced muscle mass, and even hair loss. While it’s natural for many men to experience a regular decline in testosterone as they age, for many the symptoms can become hard to live with. Whether this is because of the impact symptoms of low testosterone can have on their romantic relationships, or simply because of the noticeable decline in their energy, many men seek treatment form their symptoms. The most common treatment for low testosterone is Testosterone Replacement Therapy. When preparing our patients for testosterone therapy, we first perform a series of test to find out their hormone levels. This allows us to provide a more comprehensive and individualized treatment plan for each patient. These tests include a blood panel testing that covers things like: FSH, LH, Estradiol, PSA, Testosterone Total and Testosterone Free. Once your doctor has the results of these testosterone lab tests, the physician can begin to determine your endocrine function as well as your testicular function allowing for a diagnosis to determine if your symptoms are the result of low testosterone, and if so, what is causing the decline.

Androgen Levels for Good Health

What is the normal testosterone level for men?

normal testoserone range in males. In general, the normal testoserone range in males is about 270 to 1070 ng/dL with an average level of 679 ng/dL. A normal male testosterone level peaks at about age 20, and then it slowly declines. Testosterone levels above or below the normal range are considered by many to be out of balance.

Replacement Therapy Options

Testosterone Treatment Options

There are five main treatment options for low testosterone:

  • Hormone Steroid Injections: Injections require regular intramuscular administrations to ensure proper treatment.
  • Transdermal Topical Administration: Transdermal administrations include topical treatments such as creams or gel.
  • Transdermal Adhesive Administration: Transdermal adhesives administrations include topical treatments such as patches and buccal gums.
  • Hormone Pellets: Pellets require an injection, in which a time released testosterone pellet is placed underneath the skin to slowly release the hormones.
  • Pill, Tablets and Sprays: Tablets, or capsules, are administered orally or nasally, and are the most non-invasive method of administering testosterone.
  • What Benefits are there to bio-identical Testosterone Therapy?

    While low testosterone can be a natural part of many men’s aging process, the symptoms can impede of many men’s lives, fortunately testosterone therapy can help many of these men get their youthful energy and sex drive. Testosterone therapy directly combats the negative health symptoms of low testosterone by regulating the androgen hormone levles in your body. Testosterone therapy has many benefits, and when used as prescribed by your doctor in the proper dosage can:

    • Increase Energy & Strength
    • Boost Sex Drive & Sexual Function
    • Increase Muscle Mass and Muscle Tone
    • Improve Focus, Concentration and Memory
    • Improve Sleep Patterns, Mood and Drive
    • Reduce Body Fat Especially around the Belly

    To get information on low t therapy, buying testosterone and the various testosterone treatment options, visit the Low T Treatment Options for Men

    Also ask about using Human Growth Hormone Therapy with androgen supplementation as a complementary HRT treatment to increase the effects of the testosterone hormone. HGH Therapy

    Using Testosterone for ED

    Choosing Testosterone Options for Low T Men with ED

    Solutions for Low Libido in Men. Loss of sex drive is normal as a man gets older especially after the age of 35. As you approach 40 years of age you will begin to notice a gradual decrease in your sex drive. With age, your libido will decline and symptoms of ED or erectile dysfunction will start to appear. At first weaker and softer erections will be noticed. Then less frequent sex becomes common as desires decreases over time. The degree and speed of testosterone decline varies with lifestyle and health considerations. Alcohol, smoking, prescription drugs, obesity, and other age-related health problems like diabetes can impact libido. While most men maintain at least some amount of sexual interest as they age, a lack of ability to maintain an erection can make sexual relations and intimacy difficult.

    When loss of sex drive is related to an underlying health condition, treating the health condition can help. Loss of testosterone also known as hypogonadism or Andropause which is the most common male endocrine disorder can also be a major factor in lost libido and erectile dysfunction. Sexual health issues can cause depression and added stress often contribute to ED symptoms and further exacerbate loss of sex drive in men. In addition to reduced sexual desire, most men contact their physician with complaints of fatigue, irritability, mood swings, hot flashes and weight gain. If you have lost your desire or ability to have sex, contact the Sexual Health and Wellness experts at the Men's Medical Health Center - 1.888.663.1777 or fill out the How to Boost My Sex Drive Info Form.

    Prescription Drugs Depress Sex Drive

    Prescription drugs can be a major contributor to reduced sex drive in men. As men get older and have other medical health problems which require prescription medications, loss of sex drive may be a medication side effect. If you're concerned about loss of sex drive especially if it is negatively impacting your personal relationship, or the reduction in libido is sudden, consult your doctor or call our Men's Health Center at 1.888.663.1777. Our Male Hormone Specialist will take a detailed medical history from you, help schedule a laboratory blood test and physical exam to help determine what's causing the loss of your sex drive and other erectile symptoms. Once the underlying medical health factors are identified, your doctor can diagnose and recommend the best treatment options for you.

    If loss of sex drive or erectile dysfunction is related to stress or depression, psychotherapy alone or in combination with antidepressant medication may help. Some medical conditions, such as obesity and obstructive sleep apnea, can cause an unusually low testosterone level, and treatment can return your testosterone level and sex drive to normal. If no medical health condition or disease is found but rather hormone imbalance or deficiency exists, then treatment options may include testosterone replacement therapy. If a certain medication is contributing to loss of sex drive, your doctor may be able to suggest an alternate prescription drug. Insufficient free testosterone levels can cause lowered libido and ED. Men in particular have a hard time discussing sexual health problems like impotence with their doctors but effective treatments are often available for a loss of sex drive, so it's worth it to have an open and honest talk with your doctor.

    What is the P Shot?

    The P-Shot® also known as the Priapus Shot uses a natural process to restore better function to the penis and can also help with increasing penile sensitivity, strength and firmness. To learn more about how this treatment can help with improving men's sexual health, visit the section on the P-shot - The P-Shot for Men's Sexual Health

    Prostaglandins and Vasodilators

    What is Trimix?

    TriMix Injections are a formulation that is often prescribed by urology doctors and endocrine physicians for the purposes of helping male patients with Erectile Dysfunction (ED). Trimix injections are part of the potential treatment options used to relieve erectile symptoms and enhance sexual performance. Keep in mind that Tri Mix is not an FDA approved therapy but is discussed here because it is one of the treatment options that may come up as you search for erectile dysfunction solutions. Trimix Injection is a prescription compound comprised of three drugs: Alprostadil, Phentolamine and Papaverine and is usually compounded by a licensed pharmacy in a variety of customized strengths to meet a particular patient's individual needs. Read more about how you repair Low T - Fix Low T with Testosterone Repair Treatment Contact the Testosterone Treatment Clinic for more info how to get a testosterone prescription and to learn how much does a testosterone prescription cost.

    How T Replacement Therapy Helps

    Diagnosing and Treating Low T

    Diagnosing and Treating the symptoms of low testosterone can be extremely challenging for both physician and patient. Learn more about Testosterone Treatment for Men At times, it can make you feel helpless and depressed. Feeling tired all day with no energy or interest to do the things you easily used to do can have a big impact on the quality of your life. But there is no reason why you should give in to this debilitating health condition when you have a number of safe natural and medical options to treat it effectively.

    Low T, also known as Andropause or Hypogonadism, can be treated in a number of ways, natural remedies and lifestyle changes being some of the most healthy means of treating this male health problem. So, it’s time to examine of your low testosterone situation with a Low T Survey and then discover the ways in which you can treat low T naturally or with effective male hormone prescription drug medications. Testosterone Drugs for Sale. If your levels of this essential male sex hormone are extremely low, then a medical treatment program known as TRT or Testosterone Replacement Therapy using prescription androgen drugs like testosterone injections may be an effective treatment option for you.

    In middle-aged or older men experiencing age-related decreases in testosterone, symptoms may include low energy, depressed mood, low sex drive, and erectile dysfunction (ED or impotence). It's natural for testosterone levels to decline as men age, but sometimes low testosterone can cause symptoms ranging from low sex drive to depression.

    Tip#1: Stay in Good Shape - Exercise

    • Research shows that men with muscle have more testosterone and obese men have more estrogen in their system. Low testosterone with high estrogen can contribute to loss of libido and erectile dysfunction. If you are overweight, lose weight to help increase your natural testosterone levels. Men who are obese have a 60% higher chance of secreting a low volume of semen. This can lead to many symptoms of low testosterone like erectile dysfunction.
    • In addition to this, obese men can also suffer from sperm abnormalities and perhaps fertility issues.

    You can maintain your fitness levels with a minutes of 20 to 30 minutes of exercise daily. Regular workouts can go a long way in promoting your overall health and not just your low T problem.

    Tip#2: Get a minimum of 7-8 hours of sleep each and every night

    • A good night’s sleep is directly linked to optimal testosterone and HGH levels. Human Growth Hormone is at its peak during sleep as well. Learn more about HGH (the human growth hormone).
    • A study conducted by the University of Chicago showed that men who slept for about 5 hours or less on a regular basis suffered a drop in testosterone levels by 10-15%.

    So, try to get at least 6 -8 hours of solid sleep every night.

    Tip#3: Follow a high testosterone diet comprised of healthful portions of meat and proteins

    • It is imperative to follow a well planned diet to increase the level of testosterone in your body.
    • Certain medications, supplements and foods can help to deal with the symptoms of low testosterone. These include:
    1. Whole grains
    2. Dairy products
    3. Eggs
    4. Sea Foods
    5. Grapes
    6. Avocado
    • On the other hand, certain foods that promote an increase in estrogen are better avoided. If you have low testosterone, try not to have:
    1. Soy Products and phytoestrogen-containing foods like Flax
    2. Foods low in Vitamin A
    3. Vitamin D deficient foods

    Tip#4: Limit your alcohol intake and don't smoke

    Research shows that too much of alcohol consumption can have a negative impact on testosterone levels. So it is best if you restrict the amount of alcohol if you have a low T problem. Smoking can rob your body of essential vitamins and nutrients that support androgen production.

    Tip #5: Reduce your contact with environmental estrogens

    Forms of estrogen can be found in tap water, BPA, petroleum based products, detergents, cosmetics, furniture and carpeting chemicals, and on food from agriculture chemicals like pesticides. Xenoestrogen is a chemical which acts like estrogen (the female hormone) in the body and are aslo known as endocrine disrupters. If you are exposed to excessive Xenoestrogen, your testosterone levels can reduce significantly.

    Unfortunately Xenoestrogen is found almost everywhere – in plastic (plastic bottles), toothpaste, cans and in our foods. So try to consume as much of organic foods as you possibly can, and use organic cleaning products for your household.

    Tip#6: Intense Exercise

    • Intensive burst like exercises not only increase your HGH or Growth Hormone levels, they are help increase testosterone levels. Don't overdo your exercise regimen as too much intense training can elevate your cortisol levels. This can actually lead to a decreased level of testosterone hormone in the body.
    • Try to keep your training sessions to about hour if possible.
    • Weight lifting as opposed to aerobic exercises can help you to naturally boost the testosterone level in your body .

    Tip#7: Manage your stress

    • A high level of stress can also lead to increased cortisol levels, which in turn, can lead to Low T levels. Learn about the normal range of testosterone in men. Normal testosterone levels in men.
    • Excessive stress can also lead to low t symptoms like depression, which can worsen the condition.
    • Try to manage stress by practising meditation and relaxation techniques, getting massages and taking yoga.

    Tip #8: Have sex frequently

    • Erection cause more testosterone to be secreted into the body. A satisfying intercourse can rejuvenate your mind and body, and it can also act as a great stress buster.
    • German scientists have found that morning sex is good for your testosterone levels.

    Tip#9: Take natural supplements that boost androgens

    Zinc, amino acids and vitamin D are considered to be extremely essential for testosterone production. L-Arginine, glutamine and others are well-known for helping with testosterone synthesis. So you can consider such natural supplements to promote the level of testosterone in the body.

    Try the tips to treat low T naturally and see if you notice improvements. If not, you may need to see a testosterone specialist to check your hormone levels.

    Tip#10: Get your T levels tested

    If you think you might be testosterone deficient, don't hesitate to contact an HRT clinic, urology doctor or hormone specialist to get your testosterone levels tested. Low Testosterone Testing. If your levels are low, you may be treated with a variety of testosterone treatment options. Testosterone deficiency can be treated by: Intramuscular injections, generally every week, or every two or three weeks (cypionate, enanthate and propionate injections); Testosterone transdermal patch worn either on the body or on the scrotum; Testosterone gel or cream; Testosterone pellet inserted under the skin; Mucoadhesive buccal gum material applied above the teeth twice a day.

    Enhancing Mood and Sexual Confidence

    Beyond boosting testosterone levels and normalizing estrogen levles to improve sexual desire, the hormone Oxytocin may be administered as it produces sexual mood in men and women. Oxytocin is a natural hormone secreted by the brain and it is instrumental for boosting sexual confidence and sexual enjoyment including the ability to have an orgasm. Some men may have low oxytocin levels which together with low androgen levels or too much estrogen can reduce men's sexual desire or ability to function sexually. Oxytocin is known as the intimacy hormone because it supports empathy for others enabling men to share their emotions and feeling with their partner. It works together with and balances Testosterone which tends to increase aggression while producing a feeling of enthusiasm, euphoria, ambition and drive. 0xytocin increases a man's empathy while improving a man's ability to cope with stress and manage sexually charged emotional issues.

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