Just for Men
As men age there are many conditions that affect male health such as, Andropause, Obesity, Hair loss, Decreased libido and Cardiovascular issues.
What is Andropause?
Andropause is male menopause where the hormone testosterone declines beginning in their 20s and continue to fall to half their normal range by age 40.
Is there a way to stop or slow this process?
Andropause can be countered with testosterone replacement therapy via transdermal (gel, cream or patch), injections or subdermal pellets. As testosterone is increased back to normal levels, risks, frequency and severity of other conditions decrease.
Do you suffer from any of the following?
- Loss of libido “Sex Drive”
- Impaired memory
- Loss of concentration
- Weight gain
- Bone loss
If so, Andropause might be the cause.
Hormones are usually applied to the skin daily in small doses in an effort to keep a steady level of testosterone in the system. Transdermal application is attractive to those who are not comfortable with injections.
Testosterone Injection is another option used to deal with lack of testosterone in the body. One of the main benefits associated with the use of injections is that a patient does not have to receive treatment every day and have a better response than topical agents.Half Column
Hormone pellets are tiny low-dose plant-based hormones derived from naturally occurring compounds biologically equivalent to human hormones. These pellets are painlessly placed beneath the skin and release the needed hormones directly into your bloodstream 24 hours a day. Pellets deliver consistent healthy levels of hormones for men and women. They avoid fluctuations, or ups and downs, of hormone levels seen with every other method of delivery . Hormone pellet therapy has 60+ years of documented research in hundreds of medical journals and completely safe to use.
The Purpose of HCG Injections is the Stimulation of the Male Testes to Increase Their Natural Production of Testosterone in the Same Manner as Luteinizing hormone (LH) Stimulation of the Male Testes by as the Result of Pituitary Production and Release of LH. The gonadotropin ‘Human Chorionic Gonadotropin’ or HCG is prescribed for men with low Luteinizing hormone or LH (Lutropin) and low testosterone in this therapy to increase natural testosterone production during the course of therapy as a result of the stimulation of the testes by the HCG. No testosterone medication is administered in this treatment. The treatment objective is to cause the male testes to naturally produce a higher volume of testosterone by HCG stimulation of his testes with the result that the patient experiences a continuing higher blood level of testosterone while on treatment. Another treatment objective is to avoid the use of any anabolic steroid and its adverse side effects upon the patient. Luteinizing hormone (LH, also known as lutropin]) is a hormone produced by the anterior pituitary gland.