Low T Info
We’ve written hundreds of articles on low testosterone, Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT), and how testosterone and other hormones interact, affect your health, and can be kept in balance — this page collects all that information in one place so you can begin your research into Low T, info on which there seems to be relatively little that’s trustworthy on the web these days.
Read through all our Low T information here, educate yourself on what it means to have Low T, on how Testosterone Replacement Therapy works, on what can be done to reverse or mitigate the effects of Low T, and, when you’re ready, contact us to set up a free consultation.
Basic Low T Info
These articles will help you understand the basics of low testosterone — what it means to have low testosterone, how it manifests in different people, and what symptoms you can look for in yourself to see if you need to get a blood test to determine your free and total testosterone levels.
What It Means to Have Low T
What We Consider to Be “Low T” (Video — 5 mins)
Normal Testosterone Levels
Symptoms of Low T (Video — 5 mins)
The Symptoms of Low T (Article)
Take the Low T Symptoms Quiz
Basic Testosterone Replacement Therapy Info
Once you’ve determined if low testosterone is the possible cause behind the way you’ve been feeling lately, it’s time to learn more about treatment — what does Testosterone Replacement Therapy look like? How will it help you and your body? What side effects are possible? How does TRT work for women? Read these articles to get a firm understanding of the answers to these questions and more.
The Basics of TRT (Video — 20 mins)
What Is TRT (Video — 2 mins)
The Science Behind Testosterone Replacement Therapy
The Benefits of Testosterone Replacement Therapy
The TRT Process
What to Expect From Your First Visit
The Potential Side Effects of TRT (Article)
TRT Side Effects (Video — 14 mins)
How Long Until TRT Should Start Working for You
Info on Bioidentical Hormones
TRT for Women
Choosing the Right TRT Provider
If you feel confident that low testosterone may be causing your symptoms and that Testosterone Replacement Therapy might be right for you, then you need to choose the right provider for your therapy. Unfortunately, the level of quality for TRT providers can vary widely, so we’ve come up with a list of questions you should ask your provider to ensure you get the therapy you need.
Given the state of healthcare today, many people are also rightly concerned about the potential cost of therapy and how their health insurance might handle treatment. Read these articles to learn more about health insurance and Testosterone Replacement Therapy.
Questions to Ask a Potential TRT Provider
How Much TRT Should Cost You
Health Insurance and TRT
Common Testosterone Replacement Therapy/Low T Concerns
Testosterone Replacement Therapy has been wrongly associated with a variety of negative health effects — the truth is that therapy, provided or monitored by a trained professional with clinical experience, is going to be effective and avoid the majority of potential negative side effects.
That being said, we’ve addressed all of these concerns in great detail in the articles below. Read more about the safety of TRT, TRT and heart disease, TRT and prostate cancer, and more.
Safety of TRT
TRT and The Aging Process
TRT Does Not Cause Prostate Cancer
TRT and High Blood Pressure
TRT and Heart Disease
TRT and Libido
TRT and Weight Lifting
TRT and Erectile Dysfunction
Vasectomies and Low Testosterone
Low Testosterone and Balding
Low T and Your Thyroid
Although we’ve collected a large amount of information on this page, we’ve truly generated an incredible number of resources on Low T and Testosterone Replacement Therapy — our resource center features some of our most important articles, but you’ll also find videos on Testosterone Replacement Therapy, downloadable ebooks, and more.
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