• Latest Testosterone Study Finds No Heart Attack Risk

    In the latest addition to the ongoing debate over the safety of testosterone treatment, researchers report no significant increased heart-attack risk in older men treated with an intramuscular form of the therapy. The study, published online this week in the Annals of Pharmacotherapy, compared 6355 Medicare beneficiaries treated with testosterone with 19,065 who were not, […]

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  • Testosterone Pellets

    Testosterone pellets are different from other forms of testosterone replacement therapy as they do not require daily applications or frequent injections into the muscle. Additionally, pellets are administered in-office every 3-6 months. Most insurance accept them. A simple call can determine if you qualify for testosterone pellets.

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  • As Heard On 103.3 ESPN

    The goal of Low Testosterone men’s clinic is to diagnose and treat men with low testosterone, otherwise known as hypogonadism in a quick, efficient and safe manner. We believe that testosterone replacement therapy can improve overall quality of life and be done very safely in the comfort of an office whose specialty is men’s health. […]

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  • Testosterone May Drop When Men Become Dads

    September 12, 2011 — Testosterone levels drop when men become fathers, and they are lowest for the most devoted dads, new research shows. While earlier studies had also shown that fathers have lower testosterone levels than men of the same age without children, it has not been clear if men with low testosterone are more […]

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  • Low Testosterone Levels Linked to Alzheimer’s Disease in Older Men

    October 14, 2010 — The serum level of bioavailable testosterone (BT) can predict risk for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) in older men, new research suggests. Although low levels of BT were associated with the onset of AD, higher levels may offer protective value against the disease, report the researchers, led by Leung-Wing Chu, MD, chief of […]

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  • Low Testosterone Associated With Fracture Risk in Older Men

    September 18, 2006 (Philadelphia) ― Older men who have lower levels of testosterone tend to be at significantly higher risk for bone fracture, according to a study presented here at the 28th annual meeting of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research. Like other recent research, this study suggests that age-related declines in sex […]

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Our Mission

The goal of Low Testosterone Men’s Clinic is to diagnose and treat men with low testosterone, otherwise known as hypogonadism in a quick, efficient and safe manner.

How It Works

Our office is staffed and equipped to care for men just like you! Our goal is to treat men with low testosterone in an efficient, safe and quick manner.

Spouses

The symptoms of Low Testosterone can affect the relationship between a man and a woman. Educating yourselves about the symptoms associated with Low Testosterone can help you to motivate the men in your lives to consider getting tested.

WELCOME TO Low Testosterone

The information on LTmensclinic.com is for informational purposes only. Agreeing to lab work and physical exam does not guarantee a finding of clinical necessity for testosterone replacement therapy. A medical provider will review your medical history, physical exam and lab results to determine whether or not you are a candidate for treatment.

Latest Testosterone Study Finds No Heart Attack Risk

In the latest addition to […]

Testosterone Pellets

Testosterone pellets are different from other […]

Low Testosterone Promotes Abdominal Obesity in Aging Men

As men age, many become […]

Low Testosterone Levels Linked to Nocturia in Men

Research from South Korea indicates […]

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The information on LTmensclinic.com is for informational purposes only.

Agreeing to lab work and physical exam does not guarantee a finding of clinical necessity for testosterone replacement therapy. A medical provider will review your medical history, physical exam and lab results to determine whether or not you are a candidate for treatment.

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