Low Testosterone Treatment

While there are several FDA approved low testosterone treatments, please, please, first implement the recommendations in How to Increase Your Testosterone. See what you can accomplish by increasing your testosterone naturally before using expensive and potentially dangerous testosterone replacement therapy.

Remember, once you go on these drugs your body will stop producing its own testosterone. YOU WILL HAVE TO TAKE THESE DRUGS FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE.

Prescription testosterone

You don’t need to inject this for the rest of your life

Ugh, I hate to use all caps. But this is one of the darkest secrets in the modern pharmaceutical industry. Testosterone replacement therapy is being marketed as a cure all and fountain of youth for modern men. In reality, these companies want you to use these drugs even if they are inappropriate for you. Because once you go on these drugs you will essentially have to “rent” your testosterone for the rest of your life. At a cost of up to hundreds of dollars a month. Every month. For the rest of your life.

Ok, so if you still want to explore these, the FDA approved treatments will require a check up, blood testosterone tests, no contraindications (conditions which change the risk/benefit of low testosterone treatment) and a prescription from your physician. Again, these treatments are testosterone replacements, meaning you are taking synthetic testosterone and putting it into your body. They do not help your body produce more of its own testosterone.

The FDA approved low testosterone and hypogonadism treatments are very individualized and my consist of one or more of the following testosterone treatments:

  • Testosterone injections into your muscle
  • Testosterone patches
  • Testosterone gel
  • Testosterone tablets
  • Testosterone pellets implanted under the skin
  • Nasal testosterone spray, just recently approved

Only you and your doctor can determine what, if any, testosterone treatment is right for you. If testosterone treatment is determined to be appropriate, you will likely be monitored every 3 to 6 months to determine your response to the testosterone therapy.

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