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Signs and Symptoms of  Low Testosterone

  • Fatigue
  • Weight gain
  • Loss of mental clarity and difficulty concentrating
  • Loss of libido
  • Depression, irritability, or anxiety
  • Loss of muscle mass
  • Increased hair loss


We offer treatment for low testosterone in Akron. Low testosterone is a medical condition where the male testes produce little to no testosterone. Increasing testosterone can improve sex drive and sexual sensation, reduce fat mass, and increase lean body mass. It can also reduce the risks of developing a number of health conditions.

A decrease in testosterone levels is to be expected as men age. Other factors can also contribute to low T, including chronic health issues such as diabetes or obesity, medications such as corticosteroids or trauma. Our comprehensive health assessment tests for low testosterone levels as well as a multitude of other related issues and can be treated with customized, testosterone replacement therapy treatment plans.

Diagnosing Low Testosterone

A low testosterone consultation involves a discussion with one of our health professionals regarding the signs and symptoms you are currently experiencing. Your complete medical history will be evaluated, and questions will be asked about various lifestyle factors. You will also be asked to take lab tests to measure your testosterone levels.

After the cause of your low testosterone has been determined, your healthcare professional will recommend a course of treatment. In many cases, the best treatment option will be one of our three testosterone replacement therapies.

What is Testosterone?  Why is it important?

Without Testosterone, we as men would not be able to perform the duties of reproduction, produce muscle, or really show defining male characteristics.
Understand that the endocrine system in your body is responsible for key bodily functions like reproduction, metabolism, sexual development, growth, and mood. It’s made up of glands that produce and release hormones into your body. Having healthy ratios of hormones is also important so your body can keep functioning in equilibrium.

Testosterone helps with:

Testosterone is one of the most powerful hormones in your body and we’ll be breaking it down here fully so you understand how it affects your health and well-being.
Produced mainly in the testes and in small quantities in the adrenal glands, Testosterone is responsible for the development of male sex characteristics during development and secondary sex characteristics, such as voice deepening, sperm production, increased penis + testes size, facial hair and muscle mass during adolescence and adulthood.
Beyond these primary roles, Testosterone regulates libido (sex drive), bone mass, heart health, fat distribution, muscle mass and strength, energy levels and sperm + red blood cell production. There’s validated research, too, that Testosterone plays a role in anti-inflammation and cognitive functioning including mood, memory, and dopamine production.

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Step 1: Book a discovery call with you patient advocate

Book a convenient time to speak with one of our patient advocates. They’ll let you know if testosterone treatment is right for you, and will answer any questions you might have.

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Step 2: Receive your at home blood test

We will send you a full hormone profile blood test that you can do from the convenience from your home.  Just mail it back with the self addressed stamped envelope and we will call you when the results are in.

Step 3: Review the results of your blood work with the physician

When you blood work is completed we will book a consultation with the physician to review your hormone levels and order your testosterone and supporting supplementation