In order to maintain a healthy endocrine system in men, physical activity and good nutrition are important.
As men age, testosterone levels decrease. There are any number of issues with the endocrine system that may lead to low testosterone in men of any age and these ought to be corrected to ensure that the body has the correct levels of testosterone.
Prior to beginning any course of treatment, the reason for the low levels of testosterone needs to be completely analyzed.
“Endocrinologist” diagnose the root cause of Male Hormonal Disorders and prepares a treatment plan.
Male Hormonal Disorders include:
In order to determine whether low levels of testosterone are due to a pituitary or testicular disorder needs to be established by a blood test, performed by an endocrinologist before any course of treatment is prescribed.
Symptoms and signs may suggest low testosterone, or androgen deficiency, in adult men:
* Reduced sexual desire (libido) and activity
* Incomplete sexual development
* Decreased spontaneous (night-time and morning) erections
* Loss of body hair, reduced shaving
* Breast discomfort or enlargement
* Very small or shrinking testes
* Low or zero sperm counts
* Height loss, low bone mineral density, easily broken bones
* Hot flushes, sweats
* Reduced muscle bulk and strength
* Mild depression
Testosterone replacement therapy is advocated when a man regularly has low levels of the testosterone hormone.
There are several ways to replace testosterone:
Injections into the muscle
Gel or solution preparations
Our expert doctors will decide the suitable program for you depending on your physical, social and financial conditions.