Many men, from around age 35 to 65 or so, live with ED symptoms along with low libido, weight gain, difficulty building muscle and increasing fatigue. If you’re dealing with ED and one or more of these symptoms–that means you have Low T–right? The answer is: maybe. Could testosterone therapy help you? The answer again: maybe. Don’t fall victim to all the Low T myths circulating out there. If you do, you’re risking your health. It’s always best to reach out to an expert to get the facts about how Testosterone Therapy can help you and your ED symptoms. Let’s look at the Low T Myth that Testosterone Therapy is a fix to ED.
Myth-busting: the hype about Low T–is just hype
Over the last few years, Low T has gotten tons of press attention. Unfortunately most of that press has an agenda: selling newspapers or getting clicks online and selling advertising space. Quick fixes and simple solutions make great headlines and pull readers right in–especially when they offer so-called miracle solutions for a pervasive problem like ED. That’s how the Low T myths get started. Do you see where this logic is going? Scientific research and medical experts agree, testosterone therapy alone does not “fix” erectile dysfunction. Medical studies tell us that neither Low T or ED is a simple problem, and having one doesn’t necessarily mean it is linked to the other. That’s right—no quick fix.
Luckily, this fact doesn’t mean you’re stuck with ED. You can get your life back. There is a solution to decrease your ED symptoms, but it’s likely to be a different solution from man to man.
The quick fix is a Big Risk
Every guy is different and the causes for ED vary. You need to put in a little work to find the root cause—and get the correct treatment for you. After all, even the great players didn’t make the roster with the Texans, Cowboys or Oilers overnight. And any sports great, NFL or otherwise, who takes a shortcut can get burned—ruining their career and their health. We’ve all seen the damage that quick fixes can do. Buying into the Low T myths, going for the bogus “quick fix” or one-size-fits-all solution means wasting time and money for no benefit, and worst of all, you could be risking your health. Remember quick fix = big risk.
Protect your health: Ending ED–the right way
If you have ED symptoms, you need to find the right solution for you—that means a very personalized solution tailored to the needs of your body. Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) alone may not be the answer. The endocrine system is complex and requires individual treatment, and adjustments over time to achieve/maintain the right hormonal balance. Go for the simple (and smart) solution to ED—get evaluated by an ED expert at a focused, experienced ED practice. Many men see improvement right away.
It’s time to get your life back. If you have questions about TRT or want to schedule a time to come it CONTACT the Testosterone Centers of Texas TODAY. One of our providers can answer any questions you may have about low testosterone. Walk-ins are welcome and consultations are FREE. What are you waiting for? With just one click, your new life starts today.