Testosterone is an essential hormone found in both men and women, although it’s more abundant in the former. While this hormone is responsible for some fantastic things such as libido, bone mass, and muscle growth when there is a deficiency of testosterone in the body, it can lead to various health problems.
This dearth of testosterone has led to the development of Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT). This therapy involves adding synthetic testosterone either via injections, patches, gels or pellets to combat its absence. The administration method depends on factors such as age, gender and medical needs
Are you feeling down ‘there’? Could be that your T levels are sagging like those old granny breasts everyone seems to be complaining about these days. If you’re actively viewing Low-T commercials during commercial breaks then reading further makes sense- by accident or not…
Why do we need TRT?
The primary reason people opt for TRT is due to low levels of testosterone production or testicular damage. It can also help improve symptoms relating to aging. Older men who face reductions in libido , energy/minimal stamina,and reduced self-confidence seek solace elsewhere their go-to remedies stopped working
TRUTH BOMB ALERT! There could also be other reasons behind dipping libidos; diet choices (Like a sudden increase intake junk-food)or lack thereof may impact weight gain & sexual drive so maintaining healthy lifestyle habits will have a much cheaper cost associated with it compared looking towards TRT right away
Who should take TRT?
It’s simple; anyone with low T-levels . Clinicians don’t recommend artificial T-injections/pills/patches/etc based off recreational desires alone (sorry bud)The treatment aims at returning your hormonal balance back to normal since reduction starts affecting more than just boning disappointing Tinder dates but rather serious physical complications.
Symptoms Of Low Testosterone
Common indications of low T count are-
Low sexual drive
Reduced muscle mass
Gradual weight gain
Fatigue ,both physical and cognitive
How is TRT Delivered?
TRT comes in different delivery methods, each with a specific administration tool
Usually administered into the muscles either bi-weekly or monthly basis.
like those nicotine patches only difference to this time they’re not for quitting from smoking addiction but rather increasing testosterone! Apply the patch once daily after your morning shower and voila!
Really unique form of treatment wherein pellets are placed under your skin widely known as an ancillary location (left backside). The slow release formula works for several months.
Potential Side Effects
Like any other medication (think Ibuprofen) TRT may come with potential side effects which can include acne outbreaks, hair loss/balding/growth all across unpredicted regions on body. Yes-hair we talking about mysterious random beard/hairy moles as well.
Female patients may also face unusual growths in their chest area (however rare), absent menstrual cycles, headaches/nausea too because Why should testosterone hinder male-exclusive health plans?
TRT can usually minimize these symptoms if caught early enough so ensure speaking with professional rightaway if experiencing such behaviors
Where do people get TRT therapy?
Although some insurance will cover it (sometimes) There are various ways to getting TRP treatments sometimes including over-the-counter options or you could always consult a physician who will take care of guiding you through process whether or not somatic action is actually justified!
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