Rhode Island Low Testosterone Clinics for Low-T and Comprehensive Hormone Therapy

Rhode Island Low Testosterone Clinics for Low-T and Comprehensive Hormone Therapy

If you’re visiting this website, you’re probably concerned about your Testosterone Levels, or those of a man that you love. Testosterone Deficiency is a serious medical issue which has a profound impact on overall wellness. Unlike what you may realize, Testosterone affects far more than your sexual health and desire. Low-T is reaching epidemic levels among aging men, especially those that don’t maintain active lifestyles, or those that are overweight. Of course, because of the nature of Andropause, the male Menopause, no man is safe from the effects of Low-T if they manage to live long enough.

Our Rhode Island  Low-T Treatment Center offers its services to male patients of at least thirty years of age that suffer from diagnosed Testosterone Deficiency. Our professional Hormone Doctors can also help you tackle a number of other health and hormone issues, including adult-onset Human Growth Hormone Disorder.

Symptoms of Low-T and How to Recognize the Signs

Idiopathic Testosterone Deficiency is a multifaceted disorder that has powerful effects on various systems all throughout the human body, most notably, the reproductive system. The issues go far beyond sex and sexuality, however. Low-T is a serious health disorder which can impact both your quality of life and your mortality risk.

Men with Testosterone Deficiency are more likely to experience heart attack, stroke, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, and more. Men that have Low Testosterone Levels are also more likely to experience anxiety, depression, poor sleeping habits, fatigue, and loss of muscle mass. Don’t let Low-T take over your life and prevent you from living the way you choose. Contact us today to speak to a Rhode Island  Hormone Specialist in your area!

Treating Testosterone Deficiency in Rhode Island

Even though Low-T poses a significant risk to patients, it can be treated easily and less expensively than ever. Our Rhode Island  HRT Clinic helps reduce the burden by specializing in Testosterone and Hormone Therapy, reducing the cost to the patient. We also work with our affiliates to streamline the path from consultation to prescription while also providing you with the accurate diagnosis that you deserve.

If your blood test shows that you can benefit from Testosterone Therapy and your physical proves that you are healthy enough for treatment, we will work with you to design a specific Low-T Therapy regimen with your needs, budget, and lifestyle in mind. Most Andropause Patients choose from one of three options: Low-T Injections, Testosterone Creams, or Testosterone Replacement Patches.

Low-T Patches are applied directly to the skin, usually to the upper arm or abdomen, and deliver a 24 hour stream of Testosterone directly from the patch to the bloodstream. Testosterone Creams are massaged into the skin once daily, often under the arms, in order to boost T-Levels. Testosterone Enanthate and Cypionate remain quite popular, especially among those looking for the most cost-effective option, or those that prefer receiving treatment once or twice per month rather than every day. It’s all up to you!

Rhode Island  Comprehensive Testosterone and Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy

When you get your results from our Rhode Island  Testosterone Clinic, we may recommend other treatments in combination with your Low-T Therapy. This is completely optional, but could significantly benefit you as a patient. We regularly find that patients with Testosterone Deficiency simultaneously suffer from another form of Hormone Imbalance known as Somatopause, or Age Related HGH Deficiency. Both become more common as men pass the age of thirty.

If you are qualified and interested, we can supply you with Bio-Identical Growth Hormone Therapy along with your Prescription Low-T Medication. The two treatments are safe to take together, and both treatments complement one another, further improving your results. We will also test Insulin Levels, Thyroid Hormone Production and a number of other factors in order to treat all of your needs as a patient as simultaneously as possible!