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Low T’s Effect on Family Life

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Remember the days when you were the Man of the House? In those days, you felt like you were in control all the time. Your kids had a healthy “fear” of you, and they respected you and what you had to say. In the bedroom, you and your wife had a wonderful relationship, and she always said that you made her feel great. Your sex life was very fulfilling, and that made you feel like a king. All in all, your family life was very good, and you felt like you were playing the exact role you were designed to play.

However, recently, things have changed. Now, instead of feeling in control when it comes to your kids and disciplining them, you feel like they overwhelm you. Unless they are sitting perfectly still, they irritate you. Your wife has started to notice the lack of intimacy in the bedroom, and she doesn’t seem to be as happy as she once was. You feel exhausted, and you just know something is wrong.


Is It Low T?

Perhaps you’ve read about some of the testosterone issues that men face, and you’ve been asking yourself, “Is it Low T?” There are a few things you can check yourself to determine if you think it might possibly be low testosterone that’s giving you so many problems.

Low T can cause a great deal of irritability, so if you’re having a hard time allowing your kids to be…well…kids, then Low T could very well be the culprit. Low T can also make you feel like you’d rather just stay in bed all day, instead of getting up and overcoming the many challenges that await you at work, like you used to. Of course, feeling exhausted and mentally drained is going to spill over into your family life too. When you feel so tired all the time, it can leave a great deal of your family responsibilities to your wife, which is difficult for her after a while.


In The Bedroom

What about your performance in the bedroom? In addition to feeling tired, exhausted and irritable, it’s very common for men with Low T to report a lack of libido AND a dissatisfaction with the quality or endurance of their erections. Remember how you used to feel? You were ready for sex at any time. In fact, you might have been ready for sex a little too often back in those days. Now, you’re feeling like you aren’t interested in sex at all, and it’s a relief for you to be able to roll over and go to sleep without having to suffer through another failing performance.

If you have noticed, believe me, she has too!


Help Is Available

If you’ve been wondering, “Is it Low T?” you’re in luck. Here at the Testosterone Centers of Texas, we specialize in answering that question and providing a definitive answer and treatment plan. We have helped many men understand their Low T condition, and we provide the treatment you need to get back to being yourself again.

Instead of zeroing in on your Low T symptoms, we examine your entire health profile for anything that might be contributing to your condition. Many men suffer from other illnesses that make them feel sick. Conditions like diabetes and malfunctioning thyroid glands all play a part in a man’s testosterone levels, and we feel it’s important make sure that you are properly treated for everything that could be contributing to your Low T.

Wouldn’t it be great to be in charge at your house again? Wouldn’t it be great to enjoy making love to your wife again, knowing that you’re satisfying her, as well as satisfying your own sexual desires? We may be able to help you get back to that place again. Contact us today!

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(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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