Low testosterone isn’t just a problem for a guy. What exactly do we mean by that? Oftentimes, it’s an issue that frustrates many couples together. Facing the fact that you have low testosterone as a guy, may be tough. You may feel so many different emotions that you just aren’t ready to face. However, it’s important to realize that if you are in a relationship, it’s not just impacting you, but could be impacting those around you, especially your significant other.
Having low testosterone doesn’t mean you can’t perform in the bedroom. Those stereotypical commercials often make it hard to imagine that there are actually dozens of other symptoms that stem from low t. Take a look below. Do you or your significant other have any of these symptoms? If so, it may be a good time to call our office for a free same-day consultation to explore if you may be a candidate for testosterone replacement therapy.
As you age, things start to look and feel different. You may find yourself asking, “Why am I tired all the time?” or “Why can’t I think clearly?” You may not have the energy levels you once had, you may not be able to lose weight like you used to, you can’t gain muscle like you used to and sometimes, your libido is seems to be dwindling. Sure, some of this can be attributed to age, but what if there was a way to keep yourself feeling young?
Symptoms of Low T
- Brain Fog
- Restless Sleep
- Diminished sexual desire
- Clinical depression
- Less energy
- Weight gain (especially around the middle)
- Difficulty losing weight or gaining muscle
- Loss of bone density which will appear as a loss of height
- Weaker erections
- Decreased strength due to depleted muscle mass
- Obesity, type 2 diabetes, or problems with the thyroid
- Less semen during ejaculation
- Testicle shrinkage or numbness in the testicles
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, you may be a candidate for testosterone replacement. Call or text Lisa today at 973-998-7770 to set up your consultation and get your health back on track.