Men on testosterone

For guys without hypogonadism, a wait-and-see approach may make the most sense. "We just don't have the data to prove that raising testosterone in men who already have normal levels confers any real benefit," says Dr. Robert Mordkin , a urologist in Arlington, Virginia. Furthermore, Mordkin adds, "Natural waxes and wanes of testosterone as we age may have some not yet entirely understood protective effects." In addition to making us better fathers, as the Northwestern study infers, declining testosterone "may lower our vulnerability to prostate cancer at a time in our lives when we're at the greatest risk for it." That said, if you have classic symptoms of hypogonadism – low libido, fatigue, erectile dysfunction – "it's probably reasonable to check your testosterone. And for those guys whose blood levels come under definitions of low testosterone, it's probably reasonable to try the therapy for a while. But that's very different from saying testosterone is the fountain of youth."

The BodyLogicMD process starts with simple yet thorough testing to identify not only the levels of testosterone in your body, but also a series of other hormones that may be causing similar symptoms and problems. If you are low on testosterone, your BodyLogicMD affiliated physician will prescribe customized testosterone hormone therapy for bioidentical testosterone replacement. Common treatments include testosterone creams or under the skin pellets. Furthermore, an individualized nutrition, supplement and fitness program will be suggested to help you maintain your new hormone balance. Getting older is inevitable, aging is not. Hair loss, low sex drive, erectile problems and a loss of muscle mass may be avoidable with the help of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy with BodyLogicMD.

Men on testosterone

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