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How Do You Know If You Have Low T?

Here is a short FAQ on Low Testosterone

What is Testosterone?

Testosterone is hormone found in both men and women.

Where is Testosterone produced in men?

Testosterone is produced primarily in the male testi.

Men: what does Testosterone do?

In men, testosterone is responsible for sperm production, sex drive, and bone density.

It also affects how your body stores fat, produces red blood cells, and affects your energy levels and mood.

Testosterone is the hormone that helps young men build muscle fast.

After 30, testosterone starts to decrease. This is natural, and the most common signs are loss of muscle, energy, strength and self-confidence.

Where is Testosterone produced in women?

50% of testosterone in women is produced in the peripheral tissues, 25% is produced in the adrenals, and 25% is produced in the ovary.

Women: what does Testosterone do?

Like in men, testosterone in women is responsible for muscle mass, bone density, energy levels and produces an overall sense of well being.

Sex drive or libido is what it is best known for, as well as contributing to the overall experience of sex.

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Symptoms of Low Testosterone (Low T) in Men

Bellow you can find the most common symptoms of low testosterone in men

  • Decreased sense of well being
  • Decreased sex drive
  • Decreased ability to maintain (or get) an erection
  • Decreased ejaculations, or the inability to ejaculate
  • Viagra (or other erectile dysfunction medication) does not work for you
  • Decreased energy
  • Decreased "get-up-and-go"
  • Increased irritability
  • Decreased memory or ability to concentrate
  • Depression
  • Loss of hair (body, scalp, or facial)
  • Difficulty gaining muscle or strength (even though you're hitting the gym)
  • Increased breast size (man boobs)
  • Waking up frequently through the night
  • Difficulty gaining (or losing) weight
  • Loss of self-confidence

Symptoms of Low Testosterone (Low T) in Women

Testosterone Replacement Therapy Can Also Help Women

  • Weight Gain
  • Hair Loss
  • Depression
  • Insomnia
  • Inability to orgasm
  • Decreased bone density (osteoporosis)
  • Period irregularity
  • Anxiousness
  • Depression
  • Loss of hair (body, scalp, or facial)
  • Difficulty gaining muscle or strength (even though you're hitting the gym)
  • Increased breast size (man boobs)
  • Waking up frequently through the night
  • Difficulty gaining (or losing) weight
  • Loss of self-confidence

Benefits of Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Men

Bellow You Will Find Some Of The Benefits Of Testosterone Replacement Therapy For Men

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Benefits of Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Women

Bellow You Will Find Some Of The Benefits Of Testosterone Replacement Therapy For Women

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