• Each of the following treatment options will help men with Low T achieve healthy levels of hormone replacement. MDforMen will help you decide if testosterone replacement therapy is right for you, and which treatment is appropriate.

  • Testosterone gels and solutions are applied daily. The testosterone in the gel or solution is absorbed into the body through the skin.

  • Patches allow testosterone to be absorbed by the skin. Patches are applied daily.

  • Testosterone injections, usually in the upper buttock, are typically given every 1-2 weeks by your doctor.


  • Pellets are surgically implanted under the skin near the hip by a doctor during a surgical procedure.

  • This tablet is applied to the gum, allowing testosterone to be absorbed over a 12-hour period. They are taken twice daily.

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Signs and Symptoms of Low T

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms of low testosterone, it is likely that your body is not producing enough of this hormone. While a single symptom from this list may not indicate low testosterone, more than one may indicate that you have Low T. Here are the most common symptoms of low testosterone:

  • Inability to sustain an erection
  • Low or lowered sex drive
  • Low energy
  • Less body hair than is normal
  • A depressed or lowered mood
  • Weight gain
  • Loss of bone mass
  • Loss of muscle mass

Low testosterone causes a number of problems, and while we not do have a complete understanding of what causes low testosterone in all men, a condition called hypogonadism may be to blame for your symptoms. If you are experiencing any of the signs and symptoms of Low T, it is important that you contact MDforMen to discuss these problems, discuss having tests done, and attempt to pinpoint what causes low testosterone in your body.  

Don’t ignore what your body is telling you.  Contact MDforMen today.