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Q. What are the symptoms of low testosterone in men?
A. Low testosterone in men can cause a variety of symptoms, including low sex drive, fatigue, decreased muscle mass, erectile dysfunction, depression, and loss of bone density.
Q. How is low testosterone diagnosed in men?
A. Low testosterone can be diagnosed with a simple blood test that measures the levels of testosterone in the blood. This test is typically done in the morning when testosterone levels are highest.
Q. How is low testosterone treated in men?
A. Low testosterone can be treated with hormone replacement therapy (HRT), which involves using testosterone replacement products such as gels, patches, injections, or pellets. Lifestyle changes such as exercise and a healthy diet can also help improve testosterone levels.
Q. What are the risks of testosterone replacement therapy?
A. Testosterone replacement therapy can increase the risk of certain health problems, including blood clots, heart disease, sleep apnea, and prostate cancer. It is important to discuss the risks and benefits of testosterone replacement therapy with one of our medical providers before initiating therapy.
Q. What is the role of estrogen in men?
A. Estrogen is a hormone that is present in both men and women, but men have lower levels of it. Estrogen plays a role in regulating bone density, cholesterol levels, and sexual function in men. It can also help protect against heart disease and cognitive decline.