Low T can impact a man’s life and result in a loss of sex drive, decreased energy levels, reduced motivation, mood swings, and so much more.
Low T, also known as andropause, is known to have a huge impact on a man’s quality of life. Testosterone is a major androgenic hormone for both men and women. A lack of testosterone can seriously affect your health and wellness.
If you notice that you have one or all of these symptoms, then get your hormone levels checked right away. GameDay Men’s Health can help you get started with it. If you suffer from low testosterone levels, we provide personalized testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) strategies that suit your specific needs. We’re here to help you get back on your feet so you can feel and look your best.
The best part is that we use only bioidentical or natural testosterone for our low T treatments. This not only helps to ensure maximum efficacy but safety as well.
Our TRT treatments have helped many men regain their vitality and well-being. We make TRT a lot easier to understand, safer, and reasonably priced compared to other male clinics.
There are several ways to tell if you are suffering from low testosterone levels, and they are:
First, you get in touch with the GameDay office in Bellevue and schedule an appointment. During the initial consultation, the staff will perform a simple blood draw. The results will be given to you in less than 15 minutes. All that’s left for you to do is to sit back and relax, watch a game or enjoy their complimentary drinks while waiting.
If you are a good candidate for TRT, you can get started with a customized low-T treatment plan right away. GameDay provides weekly in-office visits for bioidentical testosterone injections or similar treatment plans that you can perform by yourself, whichever you prefer.
Our clinic is designed to make men feel comfortable and at home while keeping a modern and professional feel. Our clients can enjoy our comfortable seating while waiting and watching shows while sipping on free drinks during their office visits.
At GameDay Men’s Health, we only use bioidentical testosterone for the treatment of low T. This means that you’ll receive the same testosterone that is normally produced by your body, which leads to greater bioavailability, benefits, and safety.
GameDay appointments are always on-time, efficient, and straightforward. You won’t stay longer than 10 minutes in the office for your weekly injections!
Testosterone is considered the most important androgen hormone in men. Why? Because it plays a significant role in the development of male sex characteristics. Testosterone is also among the most powerful anabolic hormones produced in the body.
Testosterone is necessary for the following:
Men produce testosterone through a chemical messenger cascade carried over through the hypothalamic-pituitary-testes (HPT) axis. If any part of the HPT axis fails to work properly, then it is not able to transmit the signals the body needs to synthesize enough testosterone for its health. As a result, men who have had traumatic injuries to their testicles often end up facing a huge reduction in endogenous testosterone levels.
The hormone testosterone is the prototypical “masculine” hormone. Its androgenic characteristics give men the confidence, motivation, and resolve to seize each day. So naturally, testosterone affects nearly every element of a man’s life, including relationships, job ambitions, physical performance, social interaction, and sex.
Until approximately age 25, the male body typically produces adequate amounts of testosterone. Once a guy reaches this age, though, his body ceases to make as much testosterone; in fact, it typically produces only a quarter of what it did when he was younger.
Symptoms of low T are common when natural testosterone production decreases. Insomnia, weakness, loss of muscle mass, inability to get or keep an erection, and chronic exhaustion are a few common manifestations of these conditions.
Good news: low-T symptoms almost often disappear after normal testosterone levels are restored and kept up (which is the objective of TRT).
Testosterone is named the quintessential “male” hormone for a reason. Its androgenic properties help men feel confident and give them the drive and determination they need to function every day. Testosterone serves a natural purpose in almost every part of a man’s life, whether it concerns their career, relationships, athletic performance, social life, or sex.
The male body usually synthesizes enough testosterone up until about the age of 25. But as soon as a man goes beyond 25 years old, his body no longer produces the same amount of testosterone as before. In fact, the male body produces only a fraction of what it used to as soon as it reaches 25 years old and above.
You’re most likely to observe symptoms of low T when your natural testosterone production decreases. These symptoms often include:
The symptoms of low T are, fortunately, almost always easily corrected once you have re-established and maintained healthy testosterone levels, which is basically the main point of TRT.
The health risks associated with testosterone replacement therapy are minimal so long as it’s performed under the supervision of a licensed medical practitioner who handles male hypogonadism. This is why many men come to GameDay because our staff is trained to treat men with low T using bioidentical testosterone, which is similar to the testosterone your body produces.
All potential TRT candidates need to undergo and complete proper lab tests before starting any kind of low T treatment. GameDay only provides TRT to those who need it and benefit from it.
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