Low Testosterone & TRT
Conditions and Treatments
Low-T and Testosterone Replacement Therapy
Testosterone is much more complicated than simply being a ‘sex hormone.’ It’s essential for normal body function, performance, and development in every man. Low testosterone can cause serious symptoms like fatigue, mental clarity issues, depression, loss of muscle mass, weight gain, low libido, poor erections, or the ability to gain or maintain an erection like you used to achieve.
Most men begin experiencing changes in their hormone levels starting in their 30’s, and ignoring your health, diet or a lack of exercise can make your natural hormone decline happen even faster. You may start to notice the decline in performance or your ability to achieve satisfactory erections as one of the first noticeable physical manifestations of your decline in testosterone. You should know and monitor your testosterone levels to maintain optimum health and performance. The older you become, the lower your T levels, and it declines faster for some men than for others. If you have any symptoms of low testosterone, you should get your T-levels checked.
You may also benefit from customized Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) from Revibe. Testosterone replacement and hormone management requires expertise. Your hormones are serious business, and you need a local health care professional and testosterone experts you can rely on for questions, support, and treatment when you need it – not a chatbot, or call center from an online low-cost generic testosterone website.
Revibe Men’s Health has successfully treated thousands of men with Low-T. We can address your symptoms to help deliver similar vitality and performance that you enjoyed when you were younger.
Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) aims to optimize your testosterone levels to help rid you of the symptoms of Low-T. If you’ve been diagnosed with hypogonadism or “Low T,” and do not exhibit any high-risk factors for TRT use in your medical history, your healthcare provider will be able to prescribe testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) for you.
Testosterone replacement therapy aims to restore your testosterone to optimal levels. Sometimes also called androgen replacement therapy, TRT can come in many different forms to help address issues related to low testosterone.
You may have heard testosterone replacement therapy, or TRT, discussed or written about as an all-around beneficial treatment for the broadest of symptoms for men. “Tired? Stressed? Low sex drive? Moody? Ask your doctor about testosterone replacement therapy!” The truth is, testosterone replacement therapy and issues impacting Low-T are more complex than that, and there are legitimate reasons your testosterone replacement therapy should be monitored by a healthcare provider.
Common Symptoms of Low-T
- Reduced sex drive
- Reduced erectile function
- Loss of body hair
- Less beard growth
- Loss of lean muscle mass
- Lower energy level
- Loss of endurance
- Loss of physical strength
- Loss of focus
- Difficulty finding words
- Decreased work performance
Diagnosing Low Testosterone
The need for testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is diagnosed by two factors:
- A blood test that shows low levels of the hormone.
- Symptoms associated with low testosterone.
Some men may have low testosterone levels without ever experiencing symptoms, while others can experience symptoms with relatively normal testosterone levels. Generally, when you have both low testosterone levels and associated symptoms, it is an indication that Low-T could be causing the symptoms.
Are you experiencing a number of these symptoms and think you may have low testosterone levels?
A Science-Based Approach to
Testosterone Replacement Therapy
We believe that the best treatment is tailored and customized. That is why all our treatments start with a quick, thorough, one-on-one consultation with one of our medical providers. Our providers listen to your challenges, take your history into account, and then develop a customized treatment plan designed to effectively resolve your low testosterone levels and symptoms.
You will meet with one of our qualified medical providers. You and your provider will discuss any symptoms of low testosterone levels, as well as your history and any related factors.
Unlike other doctor’s offices or men’s clinics, there’s no waiting time at Revibe Men’s Health and the process is confidential.
Testing & Treatment Plan
Depending on what your provider finds during your initial consultation, he may recommend additional testing or blood work. Then, he will use the data collected during your consultation, along with any available test results, to create a low-testosterone treatment plan that is customized to your needs.
Treatment & Monitoring
Many patients notice some benefits in a matter of weeks, while other results can take longer to appear. If you ever feel like you are not getting the results you are looking for, just talk to your provider. He may recommend follow-up testing, along with a change in your treatment.
Low-T and Testosterone Replacement Therapy Treatments
Injectable Low-T treatments are typically delivered once a week. The injections can be performed in our office, or a clinician can train you to perform the injection yourself, at home. Injections are a good option for men who do not want to deal with applying a cream every day, or who may have difficulty absorbing testosterone through the skin.
Cream Low-T treatments are typically applied daily to the skin. This daily application mimics the body’s natural testosterone production cycle. Testosterone creams are a good option for men who prefer to avoid injections, and who can easily add the application process to their daily care routine.
Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT)
Benefits and Timing
|Therapy Result||Time to Initial Results||Time to Maximum Benefit|
|Improved Libido||3 Weeks||6 Weeks|
|Improved Mood||3 Weeks||2+ Years|
|Improved Erections||3 Weeks||3-6 Months|
|Improved Sexual Satisfaction||3 Weeks||3-6 Months|
|Improved Metabolism & Insulin Sensitivity||3 Days||3-12 Months|
|Improved Cholesterol Levels||4 Weeks||1-2 Years|
|Reduced Fat Mass||12-16 Weeks||12+ Months|
|Increased Strength||12-16 Weeks||12+ Months|
|Increased Lean Body Mass||12-16 Weeks||12+ Months|
|Improved Bone Density||6 Months||3+ Years|
|Reduced Inflammation||3 Weeks||12 Weeks|
Revibe Men’s Health by Universal Men’s Clinic promises every patient a tailored treatment plan based upon individualized assessment, focused therapies, and close monitoring to maximize effectiveness and minimize side effects. With our long history of satisfied patients, we are so confident of the results you will experience we guarantee it!
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There are many symptoms of low testosterone, or what is commonly known as Low-T. If you have at least three of these symptoms, you may have Low-T. Symptoms include reduced muscle mass, an increase in body fat, decreased bone strength, fatigue, decreased energy, poor sleep quality, reduced sex drive, sexual dysfunction (such as weak or fewer erections), depressed mood, or loss of body hair.
Completing a simple exam can help your medical provider identify whether you may be a candidate for TRT. Additionally, a simple blood test will reveal your testosterone levels.
No, Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) replaces the testosterone that the individual’s body is unable to produce, optimizing their testosterone level.
Many personal physicians will treat patients for Low-T. At Revibe Men’s Health, the medical providers treat men’s sexual health and aging issues day in and day out. They take into account each patient’s individual needs and customize prescriptions in a confidential communicative atmosphere.
A confidential office visit at Revibe Men’s Health takes about 30-90 minutes. You will be asked to complete a medical history form and then have your blood pressure taken. A medical provider will then review your medical history with you and explain what medical treatments are available. Blood is drawn for a total testosterone level, PSA (Prostate-Specific Antigen), along with a comprehensive panel. A week later, the medical provider will review the lab results and adjust the prescription, if needed. Make an appointment today to get started.
Any previous diseases, current medications, and injury/surgery/family/recreational/physical activity history. Any risk factors, such as systemic diseases or certain types of medication? Does your lifestyle include exercise? What is your diet, stress, and alcohol consumption? Describe your ability to maintain an erection and the occurrence of morning erections.
All men with Low-T can benefit from healthy levels of testosterone. The benefits include stronger sex drive, improved sexual performance, a stronger sense of well-being, increased muscle mass, the ability to manage stress better, mental clarity, less belly fat, improved physical performance, and increased endurance, strength, and bone density.
Testosterone is a controlled drug that can only be prescribed by a medical provider licensed to do so. It is important that any testosterone replacement program be routinely monitored by a medical specialist to assure medical safety and maximum effectiveness.
Typically by weekly injections or by applying a topical cream daily.
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