Have you been lagging? Feeling uninspired, tired, and disconnected from your partner? Have you gained a little weight and found yourself not performing as usual at the gym or in the bedroom? It’s time to get your testosterone levels checked—TRT therapy may be the solution you need to feel your best.
Low testosterone is a very common symptom of aging. But a man is not defined by his symptoms, and this does not have to be your normal. We can’t stop time—but every man deserves to have the vitality, energy, and confidence he needs to age greatfully.
With testosterone replacement therapy, you can reclaim that spark. Our men’s health clinic treats your symptoms with proven science and caring confidentiality, so you can be the man you know you are.
Take our low-T quiz today, and find out if your symptoms can be attributed to low testosterone. There’s no reason to live this way when the life you deserve is possible. With the help of our experienced medical providers, you can age well. You’ve earned it.
If you’ve thought, “Maybe this is just how it goes when you get older,” and then resigned yourself to fatigue, brain fog, and a lack of libido—you’ve come to the right place. You do not have to settle for a lackluster quality of life.
Testosterone replacement therapy can help you feel and live your best. This safe, effective treatment can give you benefits like:
If you are ready to start feeling better, make an appointment, and let’s tailor a treatment plan that will get you the results you deserve.
Though many different forms of testosterone are available, not all are safe and effective. The medical providers at Limitless Male are dedicated to providing the best treatment available, which is why we focus on injectable testosterone replacement. In addition, you will receive supplemental medications to ensure that your other hormones stay at optimal levels and your body continues to make its own testosterone.
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Though a gradual decrease in testosterone levels is a sign of aging, there are other contributing factors to low-T. The lifestyle choices we make have an impact on our overall health. Though there is no surefire way to prevent low-T, your best strategy—and an excellent way to maximize the results of our treatments—is to maintain a robust lifestyle. Consider prioritizing:
The American Heart Association recommends “at least 150 minutes per week of moderate-intensity aerobic activity or 75 minutes per week of vigorous aerobic activity, or a combination of both preferably spread throughout the week.” Add a moderate- to high-intensity resistance training workout 2–3 times a week to reap the full benefits.
Obesity can be a cause of low testosterone. Eat a well-rounded diet complete with proteins, fats, and carbohydrates to help support optimal hormone levels.
The American Psychological Association attributes a decrease in testosterone production to “chronic, ongoing stress.” To help keep your levels where they should be, try to find ways to reduce or remove stressors in your life.
Much of a man’s daily testosterone is released while he sleeps. If you aren’t getting enough sleep, chances are you aren’t getting enough testosterone either. Explore strategies to get more quality sleep.
Low testosterone (male hypogonadism) may have several possible causes. There are two main types of hypogonadism: primary and central (secondary). Though both types result in the same effect (low testosterone), their root causes are different.
Primary hypogonadism occurs when your testicles aren’t producing enough testosterone even though they are still receiving the signal to do so from the brain. Some causes of this type of hypogonadism could be:
Central hypogonadism occurs when there is a problem with your hypothalamus or pituitary gland. Some causes of this type of hypogonadism could be:
If you suspect you have low testosterone, it is vital to see a medical provider. With a simple blood test, they can assess your levels and begin the process of identifying the cause.
Limitless Male offers safe, innovative, effective treatments for male energy loss, trouble sleeping, weight gain, performance decline, and the other inevitable symptoms of aging. Our plans are personalized for your needs. It’s time to contact our men’s health clinic because nothing is more important than how you feel.
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We will talk to you about your goals and do a blood test.
With each visit to our men’s health clinic, we evaluate your treatment plan to get you maximum results.
For most men, the benefits of TRT far outweigh the potential side effects. Know that the medical professionals at Limitless Male are screening, observing, and testing you regularly, and we can adjust your treatments whenever necessary. If you ever have any concerns, contact us immediately.
A small number of patients may experience side effects such as:
Rarely, TRT may increase the risk of blood clots due to the overproduction of red blood cells. Our medical professionals monitor this rare complication very carefully by conducting regular blood tests.
Testosterone replacement therapy can also have an impact on fertility. We will discuss your desire to have kids at your initial consultation. If you are inclined, you will also receive Clomid with your TRT treatments to prevent fertility complications, and then HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) for additional fertility support.
Testosterone replacement therapy is an FDA-approved treatment for low testosterone and hypogonadism. TRT is very safe when taken with the guidance of a licensed medical professional who performs frequent follow-up bloodwork and examinations.
At Limitless Male, we monitor you closely and create a plan catered to your needs and responsiveness. All of this is to ensure that you are reaping the benefits of TRT. We will adjust treatments if any adverse effects arise.
Absolutely not. In fact, “recent evidence suggests long-acting injections may be associated with decreased cardiovascular risk,” per an article in the medical journal Drug Safety. “Increases in serum testosterone levels to the normal range is associated with reduced all-cause mortality.”
In other words, medically regulated testosterone injections to bring your levels back to their normal range can benefit your cardiovascular health and life expectancy.
While TRT can impact fertility, that impact is easily remedied.
Our blog post TRT and Fertility goes into more specific detail, provided by our doctor, on the potential impacts of treatment on fertility. We also make sure to discuss this at your first appointment if you are still interested in having kids. If you are, you will also receive Clomid with your TRT treatments to prevent fertility complications, and then HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) for additional fertility support.
Testosterone levels vary for each person depending on their age, symptoms, and other factors. A normal level for you may not be normal for the next patient. We still treat many patients whose levels are in the 300–600 ng/dL range who are symptomatic, and we see them have significant improvements in their symptoms. For more information on T-Levels, read our blog post Testosterone Levels as We Age.
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