You may have heard of low testosterone being a problem that seems more common these days. Well, this is no surprise to us here at AXOXA. Testosterone levels for men start to decline steadily by approximately 1% per year from about the age of 30 to 40 onward. This is true regardless of other factors, though there are risks that make some men more prone to low testosterone than others. That’s the bad news. The good news is that with our Lenox Hill T pellets, there is something you can do about it. Some of the reasons for developing low testosterone, other than the natural process of aging, include any testicular injury, obesity, kidney or liver disease, abnormalities of the pituitary gland or hypothalamus, due to radiation treatments in the groin area, and as a side-effect of certain medications.
Unfortunately, many men can have low testosterone and not even be aware of it. Just because you don’t know, of course, doesn’t make you immune to the effects of it, which can include decreased muscle tone, loss of sex drive, loss of energy, difficulties with memory or mental clarity, fatigue, depression, anxiety, irritability, mood swings, sleeping problems, and thinning hair. If you have noticed that you have one or more of the listed symptoms, you should schedule an examination at our office. A diagnosis of low testosterone will lead our doctor to outline the available treatment options for you. Perhaps that simplest and most effective of them are our Lenox Hill T pellets.
The appropriate low testosterone treatment for you will be determined by the severity of it, your unique circumstances and medical history, and other factors that will play into how effective a given treatment may be for you as an individual. Our Lenox Hill T pellets have the benefit of only having to be done every three to four months. Other types of treatment have to be done more frequently, from every couple of months to every couple of weeks to some of them that are daily obligations. Our low testosterone specialist will implant the pellet under your skin and the medication is released slowly, lasting several months before you have to come back.