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Our bodies change a lot as we grow older, but help is available to counteract some of the changes that happen because of a drop in our testosterone levels. If you’ve been experiencing fatigue, problems with sexual function and libido, depression or lack of concentration, it could be a good idea to have your testosterone levels checked. Your doctor might be able to prescribe testosterone deficiency treatment to restore your hormone levels and relieve these symptoms.

Testosterone Deficiency

Talking to a Doctor
Many men feel uncomfortable talking to their doctor, especially when it comes to problems with their sexual function. However, there is nothing to feel embarrassed about when you are talking with a specialist. Your doctor is a professional who has heard all the symptoms before and who will treat you with the utmost respect and discretion. It is far better to voice your concerns and get expert advice than to worry about these problems on your own.

Getting a Diagnosis
Although you can find a lot of information online, it can still be very difficult to recognise the presence of testosterone deficiency in yourself. The symptoms can easily be confused with other conditions, some of which could be very serious. It is important to see a doctor so that you can be sure to get the right care. A simple blood test will allow the doctor to check your hormone levels.

Finding the Right Treatment
Once a deficiency has been confirmed, the doctor will help you to consider your testosterone deficiency treatment options, including the different types of hormone replacement therapy. The treatment type and dose will be tailored to your needs. Getting your testosterone deficiency treatment from an experienced doctor is the best way to ensure you will get the right results. Although there are many people online offering advice and treatments for male menopause, the only place where you can get reliable and safe, personalised care is from a doctor.