Decreased Libido? Erectile Dysfunction? You May Have Low Testosterone

Issues like decreased libido and erectile dysfunction (ED) can be frustrating and embarrassing, disrupting your quality of life, leaving you feeling downcast or even depressed. But these conditions aren't just potential personal problems. These symptoms might also indicate that you have low testosterone, a potentially serious medical condition. The good news is, treatments are available. At Balance Hormone Center of Norman, Oklahoma, our care team is ready to support you with issues like low libido or testosterone with compassion and discretion.

Low libido and other symptoms

Your hormone levels naturally fluctuate over the course of your life. Testosterone, the sex hormone most associated with masculinity, increases in the bodies of men and women during puberty. In males over the age of 30, testosterone levels begin to decline. While some decrease in your testosterone levels due to age is normal, if your testosterone drops below healthy levels (less than 300 nanograms of the hormone per deciliter of blood) it can have serious impacts on your well-being.

The best way to detect low testosterone (low-T) issues is by paying attention to your symptoms and getting treatment instead of staying silent. Some signs of low-T issues include:

You might also have well-being issues like:

Hormone rebalancing for better health

In addition to detrimental effects on your libido, sex life, and mood, low testosterone can sometimes lead to serious long-term health problems. Men with very low testosterone levels experience weakened bones and an increased risk of osteoporosis, leaving them vulnerable to injuries. Some studies have also shown a link between low testosterone and a heightened risk of death from medical causes including heart disease.

The good news is, reliable treatments are available to rebalance your hormones. Hormone therapies come in a wide range of strengths and applications, from patches to gels, creams, and oral medications. At Balance Hormone Center, we can diagnose your testosterone levels, and work with you on a customized plan to bring them up to healthy levels that will leave you feeling great. Healthy hormone levels contribute to your overall sense of well-being and vitality. And being able to express yourself sexually will have extensive beneficial impacts on your health and psyche.

If you have symptoms of low testosterone like decreased libido or ED, contact Balance Hormone Center today. With early diagnosis and the right treatment, we can get you back on the path to hormone health. A simple blood test often gives us enough information on your hormone levels to get started with treatment therapies. To schedule a consultation appointment, call our office, or book online.

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