Hormone Replacement Therapy for Men in New Hampshire
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Your doctor may order a blood test to check your hormone levels and evaluate treatment options.
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Hormone Replacement Therapy for Men
Balancing Hormones Can Help
- Increase Muscle Mass
- Strengthen Erections
- Improve Energy
- Lower Body Fat
- Sharpen Focus
- Improve Sleep
Typical HRT Treatments for Men
- Optimize Testosterone Levels
- Provide Endocrine Stimulants
- Add Estrogen Blockers
Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance in Men: Overview
Someone with low testosterone may also become more irritable to their family or coworkers, and may have lost some of their mental clarity and interest in work. Additional symptoms can include physical changes like weight gain, breast development, urinary problems, hair loss or hot flashes. Diminished restful sleep cycles can amplify all of these symptoms, contributing to an overall feeling of low energy and lost enthusiasm.
Common symptoms include:
- Loss of concentration or memory
- Muscle Loss
- Weight Gain
- Hot Flashes
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Lower sex drive
- Hair loss
- Urinary problems
- Night sweats
- Adrenal fatigue
Where Can I Get HRT in New Hampshire
Diagnosing and treating hormone deficiencies and imbalances in men requires the attention of a physician specializing in adult male hormone replacement therapy. Every woman is an individual, and likewise, will have to be treated as an individual. An HRT physician will take into consideration your individual medical history, symptoms and comprehensive lab results to determine the correct treatment protocol tailored specifically for you.
It is important to note that not every adult male will be a candidate for Hormone Replacement Therapy. This is why it’s very important that you speak with a doctor who specializes in treating Hormone Imbalance in men to discuss the right treatment for you.
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What Is Hormone Replacement Therapy For Men?
Lost testosterone can be replaced – as a medication that commonly is applied to the skin in gel or slow-release patch form according to a dosage and regime to suit a man’s individual makeup. It’s also sometimes given as a troche to be dissolved under the tongue.
What are the Benefits of Hormone Replacement Therapy for Men?
For men with diminished testosterone levels, HRT can bring a reversal of the symptoms of testosterone diminishment, including:
- Weight loss, decreased waist size and BMI
- Improved libido, erectile function, and sexual satisfaction
- Addressing testosterone decrease-related increased risk of serious health conditions such as heart disease and diabetes
- Better cognitive functioning, memory and focus
- Increased energy, motivation, and sense of well-being
- Improved relationships
- Elevated muscle tone and physical ability
- Return to undisturbed sleep
What is Andropause?
While women experience Menopause, all men starting around the age of 30, will experience a male form of Menopause, also known as Andropause. Testosterone levels deplete overtime, and inevitably men start experiencing the symptoms of aging.
What are the Symptoms of Andropause or Male Testosterone Depletion?
- Muscle Loss
- Weight Gain
- Hot Flashes
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Lower Sex Drive
- Hair Loss
- Urinary Problems
- Night Sweats
- Adrenal Fatigue
- Thyroid Health
What are the risks of Testosterone Replacement in Men?
Some patients could experience side effects and many of them are linked to dosage which may need changing over time. It is always recommended that you communicate side effects to your physician to be promptly addressed. These effects may include:
- Increase in red blood cells – This can be beneficial patients with anemia (low blood counts). However, it can cause blood vessel blockage and lead to a heart attack or stroke.
- Irritability – Some men and women have reported increased aggressiveness or irritability at the start of testosterone hormone therapy. These issues are generally resolved as levels become balanced.
- Prostate effects – Prostate issues can arise with higher levels of Testosterone. If you have an enlarged prostate, referred to as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), testosterone may worsen your symptoms, particularly if you are more than 50 years of age. If you have a history of prostate cancer, you cannot receive testosterone therapy.
- Infertility – This is common in young men when sperm production is reduced but usually reversible after stopping testosterone therapy.
- Sleep apnea – This is a condition that disrupts breathing during sleep. Although uncommon, it is a reported side effect.
- Fluid retention – Although uncommon, you must use caution if you have a history of heart failure or kidney disease.
- Other – Acne, oily skin, increased body hair and flushing have also been reported. Occasionally, hormone therapy patients will complain of itching or redness at the injection or insertion site, bit these symptoms diminish as the body adjusts to treatment.
What are normal levels of Testosterone?
Testosterone levels (also known as T levels) between 350ng/dL and 1000ng/dL are considered normal, however you may still fall within this range and still be considered to have low T. The brain, pituitary gland, hypothalamus and the testicles work together to keep testosterone in the normal range. If testosterone levels are below normal for your body, the brain signals the testicles to produce more. When testosterone levels are adequate, the brain signals the testicles to produce less. If one of these areas is not functioning properly it is likely to reduce testosterone production.
Is Testosterone therapy effective at treating infertility?
No. It can have the opposite effect. Introducing additional testosterone can reduce the amount of sperm the body produces. Other treatments can help the body to produce more sperm.
Is there a correlation between testosterone levels and the amount of body hair?
Body hair is mostly tied to genetics and hereditary backgrounds. Men with Low T can experience a reduction in hair but testosterone therapy does not stimulate hair growth in areas you previously did not have hair.