Healthy Sex Drive - Hard Muscles - Less Fat - Ambition - Good Mood - Energy
Testosterone increases sex drive, muscle mass and energy levels - and as you age your testosterone levels decline. It is possible to lose the desire for sex when your testosterone levels drop. It is very common for a middle-age man to experience excessive weight gain combined with muscle loss, and to feel exhausted even with a full night's sleep. As irritability and depression set in, family, friends and colleagues notice a difference and relationships may begin to suffer. Testosterone Therapy may be able to help. With over 20,000 patients served, we are the Testosterone Replacement Therapy specialists. Find out if you have Low T and if Testosterone Therapy is right for you.
Testosterone Replacement Therapy can help!
Treat Low Testosterone Symptoms. The tiredness, extra belly fat, flabby muscles and loss of libido are the first symptoms a man may notice due to low testosterone. Loss of desire, less interest in sex due to softer erections, or the inability to have sex at all gradually occurs over time. One of the first symptoms of Low T that impact a man's sex life beyond the weight gain - are the loss of morning erections or softer than normal erections. Testosterone is linked to a healthy sex drive in women, too.
If you are experiencing symptoms due to Low T (Low Testosterone Levels), contact us for A Free Consultation at 1-888-274-9424. LA Health & Rejuvenation physicians are the Testosterone Therapy Experts with over 20 years experience diagnosing and prescribing testosterone injections for LOW T in both men and women.
Testosterone is the Hormone of Desire and Strength
Testosterone Injections Boost Sex Libido, Make Muscles Harder, Improve Confidence & Drive. After injecting testosterone many men with low testosterone report increased energy levels, a boost in sex drive and performance, enhanced mood, better sleep, harder muscles and improved sense of well-being.
Testing for Low T. If you have been feeling lethargic or fatigued, have been gaining excess weight especially around the middle, have lower or lost the desire to have sex, are experiencing erectile dysfunction, bursts of anger, irritability insomnia or depression - you should go have your blood tested for Low T.
Your Hormone Doctor Can Help. With testosterone level testing, you and your hormone physician can ascertain if you are suffering from low levels of testosterone.
What to do if you have a Hormonal Imbalance? If it is discovered that you have a testosterone or other hormone imbalance, your doctor will perform a physical exam and complete health assessment in order to better discuss with you the variety of testosterone replacement options available. This would include the types of testosterone, the cost of testosterone therapy, the dosage and frequency of treatments.
Testosterone Therapy Methods & Options. Testosterone Treatment is available in a variety of hormone delivery methods, however, Testosterone Injections tend to be one of the most effective forms of male hormone replacement.
Each of these testosterone treatment methods have pro and cons but your physician will ensure you are restoring your testosterone levels back up into the normal range that is optimal for you and your body. Adjustments to hormone dose and frequency of application are common as your body get accustomed to proper levels of hormones in your bloodstream.
If for any reason you experience too slow hormone medication absorption, incomplete relief from symptoms, side effects or any other concerns come up - you should always contact your medical provider immediately.
Types of Testosterone Injection
Testosterone Enanthate is an oil based injectable hormone steroid. Testosterone Enanthate is designed to be slowly released from the injected site so that blood serum concentrations of the injected hormone will rise for several days and remain elevated for about two weeks.
Because of the gradual release, it could take up to three weeks for the affects of this testosterone to fully leave your system. Testosterone enanthate is one of the most popular testosterone therapy's prescribed to treat Male Hormone Deficiency or Hypogonadism (LOW T). It can also treat other symptoms related to androgen deficiency (Andropause). Testosterone Therapy patients like the fact that this testosterone drug is longer lasting than other types and effectively reduces the number of injections that have to administered.
Testosterone Cypionate Testosterone esters in oil injected intramuscularly are absorbed slowly from the lipids so Testosterone Cypionate can be injected at intervals of two to four weeks. Testosterone in plasma is 98 percent bound to a specific testosterone-estradiol binding globulin, and about 2 percent is free. Generally, the amount of this sex-hormone binding globulin in the plasma will determine the distribution of testosterone between free and bound forms in the body.
Inactivation of testosterone occurs primarily in the liver. The half-life of Testosterone Cypionate when injected intramuscularly is approximately eight days. Testosterone Cypionate Injections are prescribed for replacement therapy in males with symptoms of deficiency (Low T) or the absence of testosterone. Primary hypogonadism or testicular failure, vanishing testis syndrome; or Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism, idiopathic gonadotropin or LHRH deficiency, or pituitary-hypothalamic injury.
Testosterone Injection Dosage
Testosterone Dosage. The dosage of testosterone injections depends on your size, weight, age, gender, signs and symptoms. No patient is exactly alike and your physician will carefully evaluate and monitor your dosing. Before you start Testosterone Therapy, your doctor will have performed a comprehensive medical exam and this with your blood test results and medical history will enable your physician to formulate a testosterone therapy program with the proper starting dosage and frequency of administration.
There is normally a small adjustment to the original dose to optimize the amount injected to your body's specific needs. If you are taking too little testosterone or if you are taking too much testosterone unadjusted dosages can cause several adverse health side effects.
Some of the most common are acne, gynecomastia in men, a hoarse voice and facial hair in female patients.
The Most Popular Testosterone Injections. There are two main types of Testosterone Intramuscular Injection: Testosterone Enathate and Testosterone Cypionate injections, although you will also hear about Testosterone Propionate as well. The most commonly used for Testosterone Replacement are cypionate testosterone injections, and many athletes and bodybuilders frequently use the cypionate or enanthate injectable form.
Weekly Injection Dose. The average dose of testosterone injections is 500mg per week when on a weekly injection protocol. Of course, depending on the testosterone deficiency diagnosed - doses may vary from 50 to 600mg or more, and could be injected once or twice a week depending on the protocol you and your physician have you on.
Testosterone prescriptions should only be provided for those with a testosterone deficiency and injections should not be used strictly for bodybuilding or sport's performance enhancement. Injecting 400 to 800mg of testosterone would be most likely be enough to increase an adult man's body mass, and some athletes inject 1g to 2g's of testosterone every week! This, in spite of physician warnings that too high a dose of testosterone may cause adverse side effects.
LA Health Testosterone Hormone Physicians prescribe only the highest quality testosterone from the following FDA-Approved brand name testosterone hormone manufacturers: Paddock, Watson, Pfizer Upjon, Sandoz, Depo-Testosterone, Testosterone Cypionate, Testosterone Enanthate, Testosterone Propionate, Androgel, Androderm, Testim, Testoderm, Testopol, Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Axiron, Delatestryl, and Striant Testosterone Buccal Tablets
Testosterone levels decline naturally in men as they age over decades. Adverse health signs and symptoms appear gradually over time. Read more about Low Testosterone Symptoms below.
Low Testosterone Symptoms
The Symptoms of Low Testosterone include:
If you have symptoms of low testosterone and hormone tests show you have a low testosterone level, you owe it to yourself to seek out treatment. Our Mayo Clinic® trained hormone doctor can help you with hormone treatment.Please don't hesitate to contact us at LA Health and Rejuvenation 1-888-274-9424. We are the Testosterone Replacement Experts having successfully treated thousands of men who have low testosterone levels.
Many men with low testosterone discover that their other hormone levels are low as well such as Human Growth Hormone. They find that when they include an HGH Therapy program with growth hormone injections as part of their Testosterone Replacement program, they see even better results.