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Why TRT is a Great Mother’s Day Gift


Have you given any thought to what you are going to give your wife for Mother’s Day this year, have you thought about TRT? The usual gifts of flowers, jewelry, candy, or a night on the town will please many women, but the one thing your wife might really appreciate is a more loving, happier and younger acting husband. Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) for yourself may be the perfect gift for that woman you love.

You are probably thinking that is a pretty bizarre Mother’s Day gift. But, if you happen to have low testosterone (Low T), the symptoms and complications may be adversely affecting not only you, but your wife and family as well.

Why TRT?

Many symptoms are subtle or appear gradually, and often are just shrugged off as a natural part of growing older. Testosterone production does decrease as men age, but drastic reduction or a cessation of production can result a variety of complications.

  • Testosterone improves a man’s mood and mental capacity. Men with Low T are statistically more likely to experience irritability, a lack of focus, and depression. Problems with memory and inability to concentrate are also common complications.


  • Low T may be responsible for men experiencing an increase in their body fat. The balance between lean body mass and fat hinges largely on the maintenance of skeletal muscle, which is heavily influenced by testosterone.


  • Men with Low T may experience a loss of body and facial hair. Other symptoms may include hot flashes and an increases in breast size.


  • Bone loss is another complication. Testosterone is important in maintaining the strength of bone, and men with low levels are often more vulnerable to fractures in the wrists, ribs, feet and hips.


  • A noticeable decrease in energy levels, even extreme fatigue, is often reported by men with low testosterone.


  • Low T can cause a man to experience a drastic drop their drive toward intimacy. A man’s lack of desire to have sex is profoundly linked to low testosterone levels. It can cause smaller and softer testicles and problems achieving an erection. Occasionally, it may cause erectile dysfunction.


A Great Mother’s Day Gift

A man with diagnosed Low T may be giving his wife (and himself) a wonderful gift with TRT:


  • The gift of a man who is less irritable, is able to focus and concentrate on her needs.


  • The gift of a man who is happier and more fun to be around.


  • The gift of a man who is healthy and strong.


  • The gift of man with plenty of energy and stamina for whatever needs arise.


  • The gifts of a man with a healthy desire to have sex, and the ability to achieve an erection pleasing to both of you.


  • The gift of a man who wants to improve himself in order to make his wife happy and content.


Don’t think she hasn’t noticed. The gift of a less irritable, happier, focused, and fun “you” is what your wife deserves this year.


Don’t forget the flowers, jewelry, candy, or a night on the town for Mother’s Day, but add those items to the gift of a man reaping the benefits of TRT.




(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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