Struggling With ED? Consider Hormone Replacement Therapy

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a sensitive issue for many men. Fortunately, this problem can be effectively treated with hormone replacement therapy. A variety of hormone therapy options are available if you're struggling with ED. At Low Testosterone & Weight Loss Center in Allen and Frisco, Texas, we're ready to help you get past ED an onto a fulfilling sex life.

Decreasing hormones and ED

There are a lot of factors that can contribute to ED, from lifestyle issues, physical conditions, and psychological concerns. Changes in hormone levels due to aging is one of the most common causes of ED. While not all men struggle with ED, all men experience hormonal changes due to aging.

When men reach their late 30s and early 40s, their androgen hormone levels begin to decrease by about 1% each year. And as they get older, more and more men will feel the effects of androgen deficiencies. 

Androgen hormones play a key role in erectile function, and as levels decrease, you may begin to experience ED issues. Other problems arising from decreased androgen levels can include mood changes and a sluggish metabolism.

Hormone replacement therapy

Low levels of the androgen hormone called testosterone can be successfully treated with hormone replacement therapy. Treatments come in a variety of strengths and delivery methods, including:

With hormone replacement therapy, many men don’t only see improvements in erectile function, they notice an increase in vitality and energy. They also notice a faster metabolism, which can make it easier to lose weight.

At Low Testosterone & Weight Loss Center, we offer personalized hormone level assessments. Your first testosterone test is free, and an appointment usually takes less than 30 minutes. Once we evaluate you, we will work with you to develop a customized hormone replacement plan.

With world-class therapeutic care and a discreet and welcoming environment, our goal is to get you back to feeling your best. If you struggle with ED or other symptoms of low testosterone, book an appointment online or over the phone with Low Testosterone & Weight Loss Center today.

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