LOW T CAN LEAD TO A LOSS OF SEX DRIVE, REDUCED ENERGY, DECREASED MOTIVATION, MOOD SWINGS, & MUCH MORE
Andropause, known commonly as low testosterone (low T), can significantly impact a man’s quality of life. Testosterone is an essential androgenic hormone for males (and even females). If your body is lacking testosterone, your health and wellness can suffer drastically.
If you exhibit any (or all) of these low T symptoms, it’s imperative to have your hormone levels checked. GameDay Men’s Health can help you get the process started!
If you have low T, we offer customized testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) gameplans suited to your specific needs. We are here to help get back on track to feeling and functioning your best.
More importantly, we only use bioidentical/natural testosterone for our low T treatments, ensuring optimal efficacy and safety.
We’ve helped countless men with low T regain their vitality and well-being. We make TRT simpler, safer, and more financially sound than any other male clinics.
When your lab results are ready, one of our licensed clinicians will go over the clinical findings of your blood work and how it ties into the symptoms you may be experiencing. You may also be asked to describe your prior medical history.
Our clinic is outfitted to make men feel right at home while maintaining a modern and professional atmosphere. Enjoy our comfortable seating, large LED TVs, and complimentary beverages during your office visit.
Take advantage of our free initial consultation offer that includes on-site lab testing. We will have your blood work ready within 15 minutes – no more waiting for hours or days just to see your results.
GameDay Men’s Health uses bioidentical testosterone for treating low T. This means you get the same exact testosterone that your body normally produces, resulting in greater bioavailability, benefits, safety.
GameDay appointments are timely, straightforward, and efficient. We’ll have you in and out of the office in just 10 minutes for your weekly injections!
Testosterone is the most important androgen in men since it plays a major role in the development of male sex characteristics. Testosterone is also one of the most potent anabolic hormones made within the body.
As such, testosterone is crucial for:
Males produce testosterone through a chemical messenger cascade conveyed via the hypothalamic-pituitary-testes (HPT) axis. If any part of this axis isn’t working correctly, the necessary signals are’t be transmitted and the body won’t synthesize enough testosterone for proper well-being. Thus, males who experience traumatic injury to the testicles often face a subsequent reduction in endogenous testosterone levels.
Testosterone is the quintessential “male” hormone. Its androgenic properties give men confidence, drive, and determination to seize each and every day. Naturally, testosterone serves a purpose in almost every aspect of a man’s life, whether it’s with regards to relationships, career goals, athletic performance, socializing, or sex.
Until about age 25, the male body usually synthesizes a sufficient amount of testosterone. However, once a man ages past this point, the body no longer produces as much testosterone; in fact, it typically produces only a fraction of what it used to at younger ages.
When natural testosterone production drops significantly, symptoms of low T are likely to manifest. These symptoms often include chronic fatigue, difficulty focusing, inability to achieve an erection, insomnia, reductions in strength and muscle mass, and others.
Fortunately, the symptoms of low T are almost always corrected after reestablishing and maintaining healthy testosterone levels (which is the objective of TRT).
The health risks of TRT are minimal as long as it’s done under the supervision of a licensed medical practitioner who specializes in male hypogonadism. This is why many males come to GameDay, as we are trained specifically to treat men with low T using bioidentical testosterone that works just like the testosterone your body produces naturally.
Lastly, we require that all potential TRT candidates complete the proper lab tests prior to beginning any sort of low T treatment. We only offer TRT to those who will benefit from it safely and with minimal health risks.
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