Low Testosterone (Low T)
Testosterone is a hormone produced primarily in the testicles which helps maintain a man’s sex drive, muscle mass, fat distribution, bone density, and body hair.
As men get older testosterone levels gradually decline, typically about 1 percent a year after the age of 30 or 40. In addition, certain medical conditions such as heart, kidney, and liver disease, diabetes, and obesity are contributing factors.
Signs and Symptoms of Low T
What is Low T Caused by?
What are the Treatment Options for Low T?
Questions About Low Testosterone or Treatments?
If you think you have Low T or have questions about Low Testosterone (Low T) treatments, contact our adult urology experts at Advanced Urology Associates at 815.409.4930 or request an appointment.