6 Ways to Treat Low Testosterone Levels
Are you suffering from low testosterone? Many men are, and they often face the symptoms of low testosterone such as low libido, erectile dysfunction, depression, lethargy, fatigue and loss of muscle mass. The good news is there’s a solution available that can help you. If you’re looking for help with Low T , it’s important to remember this: NOT ALL LOW TESTOSTERONE TREATMENTS ARE THE SAME .
What if I told you that Low Testosterone treatments like Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT), Androgen Deprivation Therapy (ADT) , Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) treatment, Sermorelin Acetate therapy, and even prescription testosterone creams can all be effective for treating low testosterone? Which one of these treatments would you want to try first? After reading this blog post about How To Increase Your Testosterone you’ll know what treatment will work best for you.
Here’s a little more about each type of Low Testosterone treatment:
Prescription Testosterone Creams
These creams are applied to your skin and slowly release testosterone into your body. There is also a prescription gel that goes directly on the skin, but topical creams like Androgel and Testim can be just as effective, if not more effective than injections.
This injection helps men who have low testosterone by boosting their luteinizing hormone (LH). LH is responsible for telling your testicles to make more testosterone naturally. HCG shots cause the testicles to produce more testosterone while at the same time causing them to produce more sperm.
Androgen Deprivation Therapy (ADT)
This is for men with advanced prostate cancer, but can also help men who don’t have prostate cancer fight off Low T syndrome. When you go on ADT, your testicles will stop producing testosterone because you are taking away their main source of it – the pituitary gland. Don’t worry though; once the treatment is over your body will start to produce its own natural testosterone again.
Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG)
HCG helps treat fertility issues by helping regulate the man’s reproductive system and stimulating his testicular function to make more testosterone naturally. It’s a really good idea for men going through any type of TRT or Low T treatment to incorporate HCG into their regimen.
Androgen Receptor antagonists
This class of testosterone treatment is a little different from the others in the sense that it tricks the pituitary gland into thinking there’s not enough testosterone in your system, so it produces more LH and FSH for you. The receptors keep these hormones from being released when they’re not necessary, but if there’s no testicular function, these hormones can be released with Androgen Receptor Antagonists.
TRT or Testosterone Replacement Therapy
This type of Low T treatment involves taking medication that contains artificial testosterone. TRT has been around since the 1940s and was originally used on men who had low levels of testosterone due to injury or surgery.
One of the most popular Low T treatments is Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT). It has been around for more than 70 years and is used by over 3 million men in the United States.
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