Male Menopause?

While some physicians scoff at the concept of male menopause, there is no question that testosterone production slows down around age 40 and steadily declines thereafter.  This decline may be marked by decreasing sexual performance or interest in sex. A trial of bioidentical testosterone replacement can help. In addition to pronounced effects on sex, testosterone replacement therapy improves bone density, muscle mass, body composition, mood, energy, cognitive function, cardiovascular health, and quality of life. Furthermore, it reduces the risk of diabetes and heart disease.

Bioidentical testosterone is provided through 200 mg injections of testosterone cypionate every seven to 10 days or daily applications of testosterone creams or gels. These are all available from compounding pharmacies.[1]

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