Low testosterone levels pose significant health issues like decreased libido, low energy, decreased mental quickness and depression. When left untreated, low testosterone leads to significant health problems, including osteoporosis, muscle atrophy, alopecia and erectile dysfunction.
Common low testosterone symptoms include irritability, mood swings, low libido, fatigue and unwanted body changes, such as muscle atrophy and high cholesterol levels. Luckily, you can treat low testosterone with human choriogonadotropin (HCG) injections or testosterone therapy, including injectables, topical gels or creams or subcutaneous pellet implantation.
Typically lasting about two hours, initial consultations for low testosterone treatment include a thorough medical history evaluation, psychological assessment, penile functioning assessment and two diagnostic tests, biothesiometry and a Doppler Ultrasound. The attending physician will then formulate a personalized treatment plan.