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The Low T Scam?


With all of the press about the treatment of low testosterone and the role it plays in men’s health, many are beginning to wonder, “Is Low T a scam?” The answer is, “No, Low T is not a scam.” Low testosterone levels can wreak havoc on a man’s physical and emotional well-being. It can affect his relationships and can play a role in infertility if it is not properly treated by an experienced medical professional.

Once men with Low T are on the appropriatetestosterone replacement therapy, they can experience significant and sustainable results.

What is Low T?

Low T refers to low testosterone levels, the medical condition is otherwise known as hypogonadism. Even a moderate dip in testosterone can have noticeable side effects. Some of the symptoms caused by low testosterone levels include:

  • Unusual weight gain
  • Lack of libido
  • Depression
  • Irritability or mood swings
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Fatigue
  • Erectile dysfunction

The good news is that these symptoms can be improved once Low T is diagnosed and treated. Over time, low testosterone levels can lead to more serious physical health problems such as heart disease, osteoporosis, and cognitive disorders.

So, is Low T a scam? No. It is a very real condition, experienced by millions of men across the country.

What is the solution to Low T?

If you suffer from one or more of the symptoms listed above, and suspect that Low T is the culprit, take our Low T Quiz. This will help to identify whether or not your symptoms indicate lower testosterone levels. If so, you can schedule an appointment to have your hormone levels tested. If it is determined that you do have Low T, we will discuss your options and help you to make the decision that is best for you.

Testosterone replacement therapy should be specifically tailored to your specific response and your levels should be continuously monitored to ensure you are getting the right dose. Never participate in testosterone replacement therapy without having your levels checked first. Once your therapy has begun, your hormone levels, as well as indicators of common side effects, should be monitored on a regular basis.

What causes Low T?

Decreasing levels of testosterone is a very normal biological process. In fact, most men’s testosterone levels begin to decrease at a rate of about 1 percent each year after the age of 30. The problem is that environmental factors can also contribute to low testosterone, which is causing some men’s testosterone levels to fall faster than normal, earlier than normal.

Here are non-biological factors that can contribute to Low T:

Pesticides. There are studies that have shown pesticides using the chemical Glyphosate, one of the most common being Roundup, work as endocrine disrupters. Exposure to these pesticides and herbicides via ingestion or physical exposure can affect male testosterone levels as well as sperm counts.

Parabens. Take a look at your body washes, shampoos, and skin products and you may see some derivative of the word “paraben.” Parabens are also endocrine disrupters. They elevate estrogen levels while simultaneously decreasing testosterone levels. Look for products that are paraben-free before taking them off the shelf.

Stress and depression. In an era where people are always on the go, stress has become a state of being. Unfortunately, studies are showing that continued stress takes its toll on testosterone levels. The same is true for depression. If you are chronically stressed or prone to depression, you are more likely to suffer from Low T.

Be careful, there are plenty of companies out there that will take a real problem and exploit it to make a buck but does that mean that Low T a Scam? Definitely not! Do your homework, ask questions, and make sure you get the right answers!


Low T is a very real condition that is certainly treatable. Contact us to learn more about your options. 1-888-TCT-4300.




(Augie) Juan Augustine Galindo Jr. MPAS, PA-C

(Augie) Juan Augustine Galindo Jr. MPAS, PA-C started his career in healthcare as a fireman/paramedic in West Texas where he served on the Midland Fire Department from 1998-2004.   He became interested in testosterone treatment after seeing how hormone replacement doctors helped those suffering from low testosterone.   After graduating from the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Physician Assistant Program, he moved to DFW where he currently lives with his wife and three children.

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