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Although the causes of low testosterone are poorly understood, it’s generally accepted that testosterone levels start to decline around age 30. By your forties and fifties, testosterone levels are plummeting, which is when most men notice the profound effects.
Aging Doesn’t Have to Mean Decay
Chronological aging is inevitable, but there’s no longer a reason why you must accept a decaying sex drive, poor sexual performance, weight gain, loss of energy and a host of other problems as a “natural” part of getting older – not when safe and effective treatments are now available.
Decreasing testosterone levels affect more than “just” your appearance and libido. Eventually, they will take a toll on your overall health.
Known causes of low testosterone include:
An injury or infection of the testicles
Chemotherapy or radiation treatment for cancer
Genetic abnormalities such as Klinefelter’s Syndrome (extra x chromosome)
Hemochromatosis (too much iron in the body)
Dysfunction of the pituitary gland (which produces important hormones)
Medications, including hormone analogues (used to treat prostate cancer) and steroids
Cirrhosis of the liver
Chronic renal (kidney) failure
Inflammatory diseases such as sarcoidosis (a condition that causes inflammation of the lungs and other organs)
Congenital conditions, Kallman’s Syndrome (low hormones, inability to smell and other abnormalities)
Regardless of the cause, the only way to treat Low T is with testosterone replacement.
Together with you, Dr. Bissoon will review all options for testosterone replacement therapy and create a plan tailored to your symptoms and your overall wellness goals.