Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) in Ocala

Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) in Ocala is here and available via telemedicine!

If you’re starting to feel weaker or less athletic, this is most likely due to a drop in your testosterone levels. You might be looking for ways to boost your energy, increase your testosterone, and do it safely. Luckily, there are many options available depending on your individual situation, and one of the most popular is TRT. 

What Causes Low Testosterone in Men?

Low testosterone in men can be the result of many scenarios. 

If you’re a man over 30, you may have noticed that you’re not quite feeling like yourself as of late. This could be due to a drop in your testosterone levels. 

This isn’t uncommon, as a man’s sex hormone usually peaks between 25 and 30. After that, most men begin to experience a slow, steady drop in their testosterone levels of approximately one to two percent per year. However, some experience low testosterone levels that can leave them:

  • Feeling weak
  • With little to no sex drive
  • Feeling irritable

While there are several reasons for symptoms such as these, many men experience them due to low testosterone, which can be caused by a number of different scenarios. The most common include:

  • Inflammatory conditions
  • Aging
  • Obstructive sleep apnea
  • Obesity
  • Trauma/injury
  • Excessive estrogen
  • Chemotherapy
  • HIV/AIDS

One of the most common causes of low testosterone is a condition known as male hypogonadism, a condition in which the body simply doesn’t produce enough testosterone.

How is Low Testosterone Diagnosed?

To diagnose low testosterone, a physician will usually order a blood test that checks for the amount of testosterone in a man’s system. This might also include asking about symptoms and their daily lifestyle to help them better understand the underlying cause of the problem. 

Patients will also undergo a physical exam to look for signs of something that may be causing their low testosterone levels. They might be asked to have a urinalysis done, to screen for possible underlying conditions that don’t appear on a physical exam. 

As part of the blood work, the patient may need to have multiple samples drawn at different times to ensure that readings are consistent. The medical team will then determine testosterone levels present in the sample. 

Normal testosterone levels fall around 300 nanograms per deciliter (ng/DL). Small variations in these numbers aren’t usually anything to worry about. However, if the number falls too far below 300, then your doctor will likely diagnose you with low testosterone.

What are the Benefits of TRT?

Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is a popular method for improving the symptoms of low testosterone levels. The benefits of TRT are far-reaching and have helped millions of men improve their overall health.

In men diagnosed with low testosterone, it’s most common to receive a prescription for testosterone to help boost their symptoms. Studies show that TRT can help to improve overall health in many ways, such as:

  • Better job performance due to increased energy
  • Changed body composition
  • Decreased body fat
  • An overall sense of happiness
  • Decreased fatigue and more restful sleep
  • Improved cognitive function
  • Improved muscle mass
  • Higher quality of life
  • Increased bone mineral density
  • Boosted energy levels
  • Increased libido
  • Greater strength
  • Mood elevation

What are the Risks of TRT?

While TRT offers a wide range of benefits, there are some risks involved. The risks are typically minimal, but they may be detrimental to specific patients. TRT risks include:

  • Abnormal testicular growth
  • Adverse effects on the liver 
  • Altered sexual functions
  • Blood clots
  • Changes in blood pressure
  • Changes in body hair (especially facial hair)
  • Depression
  • Heart disease
  • Increased risk of prostate cancer
  • Reduction in the amount of oxygen in the blood 
  • Stroke
  • Unexpected changes in body fat, size, and shape
  • Vascular diseases

At the end of the day, it’s vital that patients understand the risks of TRT before beginning treatment. This is why it’s crucial that you are open and honest with your prescribing doctor, so they can make the best recommendation for you.

TRT in Ocala, FL with PeakPerforMAX

Dealing with the effects of low testosterone is often challenging, and many men are unaware that there are options that can help alleviate their symptoms. TRT is one of the most popular methods. Luckily, PeakPerforMAX can help, allowing men to improve their symptoms safely and effectively. 

If you’ve recently had blood work done (within the last 12 months), then to get started, you can simply send those results to us. From there, we can schedule a telemedicine visit to talk about your results and determine what is best for you. However, if you haven’t had any recent lab work done, you’ll need to do that before scheduling your consultation. 

Once you’re ready, our team of talented staff will help you find the perfect solution to your low testosterone. 

Ready to get started? Book your free consultation today

Ocala TRT Clinic

Receive treatment at home or at our Ocala men’s health clinic or other Florida locations.

Call us or request your free consultation to increase energy, virility, and overall health.
Phone: (877) 732-5629

Ocala TRT Clinic Hours

Monday: 8:30AM – 6:30PM
Tuesday: 8:30AM – 6:30PM
Wednesday: 8:30AM – 6:30PM
Thursday: 8:30AM – 6:30PM
Friday: 8:30AM – 6:30PM
Saturday: 8:30AM – 6:30PM
Sunday: Closed

Telemedicine appointments are available outside of regular hours.

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