What is Low Testosterone?
What are the effects of Low Testosterone?
Low T may cause several problems such as:
• Erectile dysfunction
• Difficulty losing weight
• Increased belly fat
• Decrease in muscle mass
• Development of increased breast tissue
• Loss of bone mass
• Lack of motivation
• Low sex drive
• Difficulty concentrating
How do you diagnose Low T?
Readings of a man’s total testosterone can be tricky to accurately ascertain. Because of this, Obsidian Men’s Health uses advanced technologies, such as free testosterone assessment and bioavailable testosterone calculations, to ensure a precise diagnosis. All clients also receive our customary targeted history and physical examination. If we need further information for a precise diagnosis, we’ll get it, for example by determining your estradiol levels, which helps ensure a proper balance of testosterone and estrogen in a man’s body — a possible root cause frequently overlooked by the general medical community.
What is the treatment for Low Testosterone?
Obsidian’s treatments for Low T — custom-designed to maximize results for each client — include topical therapies such as patches, creams and gels. Injectable testosterone can also be a highly effective replacement therapy; we’ll craft a dosage regimen that will help you achieve peak sexual and athletic performance at medically appropriate levels of testosterone.
Will TRT work for me?
Can I be too old for testosterone replacement therapy?
Can I undergo TRT if I’m taking drugs for erectile dysfunction?
What are the risks of TRT?
There are risks to testosterone replacement therapy, but with regular monitoring by our urologists, board-certified by the American Board of Urology, these can be mitigated before they cause any significant complications.
• High Blood Pressure
• Elevated Cholesterol
• Elevated Red Blood Cell Count
• Sleep Apnea
• Increased Risk of Cardiovascular Disease