Advanced Urology Associates Low Testosterone (Low-T) Treatment
Low testosterone is diagnosed with a simple blood test. Once diagnosed our board-certified urologists at Advanced Urology Associates can help choose the best treatment option for you.
What is 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.