Once we hit 30, our testosterone levels (T-levels) naturally decline 1 or 2% each year. At first, the signs aren’t noticeable, but over time, they’re obvious.
Low testosterone can lead to low energy, low libido, erectile dysfunction, decreased muscle mass and bone density, irritability and anxiety. A simple lab test measures the amount of testosterone in your body, providing the most accurate measure of your health.
Ultimately, it’s about your needs and not your numbers. If you suffer from the symptoms of low T, you’ll be treated conveniently and confidentially with a plan that is tailored for your unique needs.