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Signs of Low Testosterone

  • Decrease in libido (sex drive)

  • Lack of energy

  • Decrease in strength +/or endurance

  • Loss of height

  • Decreased "enjoyment of life"

  • Sad +/or grumpy

  • Erections that are less strong

  • Recent deterioration in ability to play sports

  • Falling asleep after dinner

  • Recent decrease in work performance


Potential Causes 

  • Aging

  • Obesity

  • Metabolic Syndrome

  • Medications

  • Trauma

  • Pituitary Gland Disease

  • Genetic Conditions                                                                                      

Stressed Man
Drug and Syringe

Screening for Low Testosterone

  • Testosterone Cypionate​

    • Subcutaneous Injection 2x/week​

    • IM Injection 1x/week

    • Injection supplies provided

  • Follow Up Lab Panel(s)

    • Frequency of labs varies by patient​

  • Dose Adjustments Based on Response to Treatment

Treatment & Hormone Optimization

  • ADAM Questionnaire

  • Health History

  • Physical Examination

  • Lab Panel 

Lifestyle Considerations

  • Zinc

  • Magnesium

  • Vitamin D

  • Curcumin

  • Exercise 

  • High Protein/Low Carb Diet

  • Minimize/Avoid Alcohol Intake

  • Avoid Soy and Soy Bi-Products

  • Quality Sleep

  • Stress Management ​

Training with Barbell

(WebMD The Best Testosterone Boosters for Men Over 50, 11/30/2023; The Testosterone Optimization Therapy BIBLE, J. Campbell )

Steps to Booking a New Patient


New to Testosterone Replacement?

1. Schedule a free 10 minute NP Consult call.

2. Following the call, the NP will order a lab panel at Any Lab Now. 

3. Appointment will be scheduled 3-5 days after the call. 

4. Lab panel will be reviewed during the visit. If appropriate, Testosterone will be prescribed.

Currently on Testosterone? 

1. Schedule a free 10 minute NP Consult call.

2. Email most recent lab results to 

3. Your appointment will be scheduled during your consult call. 

4. If appropriate, current dose of Testosterone will be ordered during the visit. If the patient has sub-optimal response to treatment, further evaluation will be performed.

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