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Maintain Vitality, Treat Low Testosterone (“Low T”)

If you feel like you’re losing your edge, we can help you fix the root causes. Male sex hormones (androgens) can start to decline at age 30 when men, on average, lose 2% to 3% of their testosterone per year. Our practice addresses issues like Low Testosterone (or “Low T”) and other symptoms of “male menopause” (called andropause).

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If you’re experiencing symptoms like lower energy levels, irritability, decline in concentration, fewer sexual thoughts and loss of early morning erections, request an appointment with Dr. Ebanks to see if “Low T” or Low Testosterone might be the cause.

Hormone Replacement Therapy for Men

We offer Hormone Replacement Therapy for men using Bioidentical Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT). Not only can it help with erectile dysfunction (ED), improve sexual desire, but also reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, dementia, prostate and colon cancers. If you’re tired of struggling with symptoms of male hormone imbalance or deficiency, come talk to us. We can help.

Health Implications of Low Testosterone in Menlow-t-test-cta2

  • Increased risk of death in older men with testosterone insufficiency. (Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 2008)
  • Long-term testosterone replacement therapy reduces risk factors for cardiovascular disease and diabetes, improves fatty liver disease, metabolic syndrome, and lowers C-reactive protein. (The Endocrine Society’s 91st Annual Meeting in Washington, DC June 2009)
  • Increased mortality especially with cardiovascular disease and  cancer. (Circulation, The Journal of the American Heart Association, 2007 and Archives of Internal Medicine, 2007 as well as Archives of Internal Medicine, 2006)
  • Associated with diagnosed depression and dementia. (Endocrinology Practice, the Journal of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, 2007)

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