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After a few weeks of treatments you’ll start to notice a little extra energy, a mood lift, and increased sex drive. Some say you’ll feel like a kid again, and that’s not far from the truth.
What to expect when you're on testosterone
More muscle, less fat
Start to see some pay-off for the time you're putting in at the gym or on the clock
Increased sex drive
Kickstart your libido and rekindle the intimacy of your youth
Better performance in the sports and activities you love
Get firmer, more satisfying erections that remind you of your younger self
Say goodbye to the blues and recapture your zest for life
Increase bone mineral density and reduce the risk of stress fractures and osteoporosis
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What is testosterone?
Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone (androgen). It is responsible for the normal growth and development of male sex organs, and plays an integral role in: libido; mood; energy level; bone density; cognitive functions like memory and concentration; and secondary sex characteristics such as voice change, bodily hair growth, muscle mass, and fat distribution.
While men will naturally experience diminished testosterone levels as they age, even young men can struggle with low testosterone, or low T. Imbalanced testosterone levels can signal an underlying health concern. it’s always important to talk to a doctor if you begin showing signs of low T.
How can you tell if you have low testosterone?
Testosterone deficiency, is characterized by low testosterone and any of the following symptoms:
- Low energy
- Afternoon fatigue
- Decreased strength
- Decreased endurance
- Loss of muscle
- Low sex drive
- Reduced erection strength
- Increase in fat in your midsection
- Feeling depressed
- Excessive irritability
- Decreased productivity at work
- Decreased response to exercise
- Decreased sports performance
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