Testosterone levels naturally decline with age. But you don't have to live with it. 

What is Low Testosterone?

Low Testosterone, or Low-T, refers to any situation in which the body’s levels of the testosterone hormone fall below the range of levels considered by the medical community to be “normal.” Low testosterone, can be the cause of health and sexual problems, but it can also be the result of other health issues or treatments.

Testosterone is a naturally occurring hormone that is most prevalent in men. It helps regulate and control a variety of sexual functions, but also contributes to muscle and bone strength. Thus, while low testosterone can lead to a variety of sexual problems, it also has implications for men’s total health.

Testosterone levels are frequently checked in a variety of standard blood tests. However, men whose testosterone levels fall within “normal” range may still experience the common symptoms of low testosterone.

What causes Low-T?

As men age, their testosterone levels tend to decrease naturally in comparison to when they were younger. Usually, this reduction in testosterone is a typical occurrence and doesn't affect their sexual health or daily routines. However, in certain situations, men may have grown accustomed to living with lower testosterone levels, which could be corrected through proper hormone balancing by a licensed medical provider.

How is it Diagnosed?

A simple blood test is used to analyze testosterone levels.

How is Low-T Treated?

Rocky Mountain Men's Clinic offers a range of treatments, including hormone therapies and replacements, to tackle low testosterone. Our medical experts collaborate closely with each patient to identify the best course of action tailored to their unique requirements.

Why Seek Treatment?

If you experience any Low-T symptoms, such as a loss of libido (sex drive), fatigue and decreased energy levels, muscle loss, weight gain, erectile dysfunction, memory loss, or depression, contact us today. By balancing your testosterone levels, you could experience a more fulfilling and energetic life. At Rocky Mountain Men's Clinic, our licensed and trained medical providers can examine your testosterone levels and suggest suitable treatment options.

Potential Side Effects?

At Rocky Mountain Men's Clinic, we keep a close eye on our patients' blood levels to detect any potential side effects early and take corrective measures if necessary. Some of the possible side effects of treatments for low testosterone may include worsening of prostate issues such as BPH and prostate cancer, alterations in red blood cell count, cholesterol levels, hormone levels, and PSA levels. Other potential side effects include hair loss, mood swings, breast growth, testicular shrinkage, decreased sperm count, and acne. Furthermore, treatment may worsen sleep apnea and may or may not increase the likelihood of heart attack and death, irrespective of whether the patient has a history of heart disease.


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