What BHRT can do for Men

Much is known about menopause, the series of physical changes women go through in their late forties. However men go through a series of changes in their mid-forties. This is known as andropause, also known as low testosterone or low T. Some of the symptoms caused by this condition include hot flashes, sexual dysfunction, low libido, muscle loss, irritability, and low energy. These ailments are caused by decreasing levels of testosterone. A study by the International Journal of Clinical Practice stated that 40% of men over 45 are affected by this condition. Medical studies show that men can start to experience lower testosterone levels in their twenties, but this becomes more pronounced in middle age.

One problem with andropause is the symptoms are sometimes misdiagnosed as the signs of aging. But it is important to a man’s health that these easily treated conditions are properly treated. If left untreated, these conditions can lead to more serious diseases.

In 2015, the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists stated testosterone therapy had low risk, but promised great rewards. The group also stated that testosterone therapy had shown promise in reducing the effects of obesity and type 2 diabetes. In addition, the Veterans Affairs administration conducted a study of more than 80,000 former servicemen. The 2015 study found that men who used who boosted their testosterone levels were less likely to have heart attacks or strokes. Research also showed that men with low testosterone levels were 56% more likely to have increased mortality. A 2015 study conducted by a team of Italian researchers reviewed evidence from 59 trials and found that increasing testosterone levels had helped reduce obesity and other metabolic issues.

Symptoms of Low-T

  • Low energy
  • Weight gain
  • Lack of sexual desire
  • Inability to think clearly
  • Lack of patience
  • Lack of motivation
  • Muscle atrophy

What Testosterone Replacement Therapy Can Do for You

Our approach to testosterone replacement therapy is a little different from what you expect in a formal doctor’s office. Our goal is to get you in and out as quickly as possible, so you can get on with your active lifestyle. One of the first things we do is test your testosterone levels at our in-house laboratory.

If your T-levels are determined to be low, our physician will recommend a course of treatment. Patients have two options. They can choose to apply the treatments themselves in the comfort of their own homes, or treatments can be provided by our medical staff at our clinic. Patients who opt for the latter treatment set up appointments where they return to the clinic every 7–10 days to receive their testosterone injections. After that, treatments take only five minutes.

Patients who undergo testosterone replacement therapy learn that it is a safe and quick process. Each injection is placed just underneath the skin and there is little pain. Studies have shown that regular treatment reduces the effects of andropause and restores testosterone to levels similar to those of younger men.

Some of the results include:

  • 95% increased in concentration and improved mood
  • 85% energy boost
  • 65% increase in muscle mass
  • 60% boost in mental function and improvement in memory
  • 40% increase in sex drive and sexual performance
  • 35% reported weight loss

Testosterone therapy can change your life! When you need low testosterone treatment in Newport Beach, we have two options to suit your needs. Men’s hormone replacement therapy in California has never been easier!

Here are the costs:

Home administration of testosterone replacement therapy for men is $199.95 each month.

  • This includes all medications and supplies
  • As many doctors visits, phone calls, Skype/Facetime consultations as needed
  • All lab work is included
  • Regular check-in on treatment

The cost of having the treatment administered in the clinic is $249.95 per month

  • This includes medication and supplies
  • All necessary doctor visits
  • All lab is included
  • Ongoing medical treatment.