Low testosterone level is not a condition that arrives suddenly with a flare. It is gradual process that starts as you approach the age of thirty (30), and your testosterone level declines approximately 2% per year thereafter.
It is a chronic disease, but it can be effectively controlled with treatment.
Treatment should be monitored very closely by a healthcare professional with experience in treating low testoserone. It is not something that you should treat without the proper lab support and physician monitoring.
Warning Signs: Decrease in sex drive and performance - less energy - loss of muscle strength - weight gain -difficulty in concentrating - depressed feelings - bone loss, and low T has negative impact on other health conditions and organs. If you have any of these symptoms, you should have your testosterone level checked immediately.
MEDICARE/MEDICAID AND MOST PRIVATE INSURANCES COVER THIS TREATMENT.
BETWEEN 13 AND 17 MILLION MEN HAVE THIS CONDITION
LET BETHESDA HEALTH PROFESSIONALS CHECK YOUR TESTOSTERONE LEVEL
COVERED BY MOST INSURANCE COMPANIES