BIOIDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT FOR MEN
Bioidentical hormone replacement isn't just for women. Over time, hormones
decline gradually in men and need to be replaced or rebalanced to relieve
symptoms and to optimize your health and wellness.
Testosterone is the main hormone that decreases as men age, resulting in
andropause, or the "male menopause." Millions of men suffer the
symptoms that are associated with andropause as well as with other conditions of
hormonal imbalance or deficiency such as adrenal fatigue, thyroid hormone
imbalance, low growth hormone and sexual dysfunction.
The testes are the primary production centers for male testosterone. Men need
testosterone for not only determining sex characteristics, but also, as with
females, for building muscle mass, increasing libido, and increasing bone mass
to prevent frailty. Many men become androgen-deficient as they age, meaning they
have reduced levels of testosterone and the symptoms of low testosterone
interfere with your quality of life.
Fortunately, Age Management USA’s Bioidentical Hormone Replacement program
can easily eliminate your symptoms while correcting your hormonal imbalances to
improve your health and well-being and get you feeling like your old self again.
Based on your individual needs and desires, our doctors will customize a hormone
replacement program just for you and provide you with a detailed treatment plan
for optimal rejuvenation.
Here are some of the things Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy can do for
- Relieve symptoms
- Prevent memory loss
- Improve heart health
- Prevent bone loss
- Stimulate growth and repair
Andropause, or the male menopause, affects men generally between the ages of 40
and 55, similar to menopause in women. Symptoms of andropause aren't symptoms of
aging and they can be corrected.
A simple test determines your current levels of testosterone and based on
this information, our doctors will prescribe you with your own personalized
treatment plan for bioidentical testosterone replacement. It's quick,
easy, and worth it.
The marker for andropause is simply a
decline in levels of testosterone, causing mood changes, fatigue, and loss of
Low testosterone has other long term, more serious effects, such as increased
risk of cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis.
Symptoms that suggest you may suffer from Andropause:
- Decreased muscle mass and
- Increased fat mass and weight gain
- Erectile dysfunction
- Diminished libido
- Low hematocrit
- Nights sweats
- Hair Loss
- Changes in mood