The Men’s Wellness Centers is a network of clinics specializing in treatments that improve the overall health and quality of life of our male patients in a comfortable, casual, and caring setting. Our unique treatment plans include Testosterone Replacement Therapy, Erectile Dysfunction Treatments as well as a proprietary Weight Loss and Energy Boost Program administered by a staff of licensed physicians and other medical professionals that specialize in the latest treatment options available for the needs unique to men.
First, let’s talk about testosterone. It’s the hormone that gives you your masculine characteristics, regulates your sex drive, influences your mood, and much more. A lack of testosterone (known as “low T”) can lead to a variety of physical symptoms and mental changes.
You produce less testosterone as you get older — about 1% less a year after age 30. Other lifestyle factors, like obesity, stress, and chronic illness can all contribute to low T. If lifestyle changes aren’t helping your symptoms, then Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) might be right for you.
TRT (Testosterone Replacement Therapy) can be safe for men but it depends on various factors including the individual’s health condition age and the dosage and frequency of TRT.
TRT is generally used to treat men who have low testosterone levels which can result in symptoms such as decreased sex drive fatigue depression and reduced muscle mass. In such cases, TRT can be effective in improving these symptoms. Therefore before starting TRT it is essential to have a thorough medical evaluation including blood tests to measure testosterone levels and overall health status. Men should also discuss the potential risks and benefits of TRT with their healthcare provider to make an informed decision.
Individualized answer but most patients begin to see improvement in their symptoms in as little as 8-10 weeks.
The frequency varies depending on the form of testosterone being used. Your MWC provider will match you with the best option to meet your needs.
Yes! In fact we encourage them to attend if you are comfortable. Often they offer insight that is helpful when treating patients with symptoms of low T.