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Men’s Low Testosterone Treatment in Danville

Testosterone is a natural hormone that can serve as a catalyst for sex drive, bulking up muscle strength and mass, and providing men with the energy level necessary to lead a healthy and productive life.

Men’s Low Testosterone Treatment in Danville

After turning 40, most men start to experience a gradual decrease in their testosterone levels, causing disturbing symptoms that affect a man’s physical, mental, and emotional aspect.

It is estimated that less than 10 percent of men suffering from low testosterone seek treatment for their symptoms. You don’t have to accept the psychological and physical changes you’re experiencing as an inevitable result of aging. Contact Hormone Therapeutics todays and get on your way to improved sex drive, increased energy, and the boost in confidence that our testosterone therapy can provide. 

Symptoms of Low Testosterone

The changes in your body and personality are not as random as they seem. The hormones produced in your testes, called testosterone, begins to decrease by the time you reach your early 20s. Some men experience no effects of testosterone decline, while others seem to experience several symptoms. You may feel fine in your 20s and 30s, but in your late 30s and early 40s, you start experiencing several low testosterone symptoms, and it seems like your body is falling apart.

Although you don’t necessarily feel and look old, you don’t feel as good as you used to. Do any of these symptoms sound familiar?

  • lack of energy and a feeling of chronic fatigue
  • decline in motivation for work and physical activity (exercise)
  • decline in physical fitness
  • decreased sexually activity
  • irritability (“a grumpy old man”)
  • decline of mental functions
  • impaired memory
  • impairment of sexual desire (libido)
  • decrease in the amount of muscle mass, muscle strength, and endurance
  • an increase in fat mass (especially in the stomach area)
  • decreased concentration
  • loss of erection (especially in the morning) and a drop in sexual stamina
  • extension of recovery time between two erections and orgasms
  • changes in the body composition
  • mood swings
  • depressive reaction
  • anxiety
  • pain in the muscles, tendons, occasional night sweats, occasional undulant fever, insomnia, hair loss, and so on.

If you notice any of these symptoms in your life, contact us today to setup a free consultation appointment with one of our doctors to discuss these symptoms and discuss our treatment options. Our experienced hormone and testosterone specialists will help you identify the issues regarding your Low-T and place you on a treatment program that will help you get your life back on track.

Getting our Low Testosterone Therapy in Danville

If you suspect that you may be suffering from Low-T in Danville, please contact us today for a free private consultation with our experts. In this first consultation, our experts will discuss your symptoms and how they are affecting your daily activities. Based on your symptoms, our experts will also help you identify the right treatment options to get you maximum results.

Next, we will arrange a blood test to have a clearer picture of your hormonal profile. This blood test will be scheduled at our partner location below:

After receiving the results of your blood tests, our experts will put together a treatment solution for you. This complete treatment plan is based on your blood testosterone levels, low testosterone symptoms, and medical history.

You will receive this complete treatment solution for only $199 a month. This will include medical prescriptions shipped to your home or office as well as continuous consultation to monitor your progress and treatment.

Contact us today by calling us at 1-855-898-8898 or filling out the form on the right, to schedule your first consultation appointment with our experts. We are here to help you in getting an energized and passionate life back.

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