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What is Low Testosterone? Low Testosterone is a real medical condition known as hypogonadism. Low Testosterone occurs when a man’s testosterone levels (T levels) have fallen below a level of approximately 400 ng/dL. Testosterone levels between 400 ng/dL and 1200 ng/dL are generally considered in the normal range. The brain and the testes work together to keep testosterone in this range. When levels of testosterone are below the normal range, the brain signals the testes to make more. When there is enough testosterone, the brain signals the testes to make less. If you have Low Testosterone, treating it is important to your overall health.

Many men experiencing the effects of Low Testosterone write them off as just a part of aging or simply the result of a long work day. But if you think what you're feeling is more than that, talking with our doctor is the first step. Have an open, honest conversation with our doctor. At your appointment you should discuss your symptoms and ask if you should have your testosterone levels evaluated. Then go over your results together. You could also ask questions like: What treatment options are available if I have Low Testosterone? Can diet, exercise, and lifestyle affect testosterone levels? Can we work together to set a list of goals for my treatment plan?


Once you have discussed your symptoms with our doctor, he can review your medical history and perform an exam, assess those signs and symptoms, and determine your testosterone levels with blood tests. Once our doctor gets your results back, he will be able to determine if you have Low Testosterone and other health issues. Our doctor may also order additional tests to rule out other health conditions. Our purpose is not only to optimize your hormones but to ensure your overall health is optimized.

Continuous Testosterone and Anastrozole Replacement Therapy consists of the continuous administration of these medications throughout the period of hormone replacement therapy combined with periodic lab testing to assure that the patient is prescribed the correct dosage for each medication to achieve optimal treatment results. The Testosterone medication enables the patient to achieve an optimum testosterone level while the Anastrozole tablets block the aromatase conversion of testosterone to estrogen.

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