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The Facts about Testosterone and Andropause

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Testosterone and Andropause Andropause

Testosterone is the primary hormone responsible for deep voices, muscle mass, sex drive, and some of the male patterns. As men age and get older, the level of testosterone in the body and the production of sperm gradually becomes lower, and they experience physical and psychological symptoms as a result of these low levels of testosterone, which is part of the natural aging process. 

Andropause is a condition that is a symptom of decreased male hormone testosterone. Approximately 80% of men in their 50s will experience symptoms of andropause caused by low testosterone levels. A person suffering from andropause may have some symptoms related to the condition and could be at risk of other severe health conditions. 

Causes of Testosterone and Andropause

The decrease in testosterone is an essential factor in men having andropause problems. As men age, the body starts making less testosterone, and the levels of other hormones like (SHBG) “Sex Hormone Binding Globulin,” which pulls usable testosterone from the blood, begin to increase. (SHBG) Also Binds some available testosterone circulating in the bloodstream. 

The available testosterone not linked to the SHBG hormone is described as bioavailable. 

Men who experience symptoms associated with andropause and low testosterone have lowered amounts of bioavailable testosterone in their bloodstream. Therefore, The tissues in the body stimulated by testosterone receive a smaller number of it, which may cause physical and possibly mental changes in a person, such as mood swings or fatigue.

Complications and Symptoms of Testosterone and Andropause:

  • Thyroid
  • Cellulite
  • Decrease Motivation
  • Sex Drive and Desire
  • Lack of Energy
  • Depression
  • Irritability and Mood Swings
  • Loss of Muscle Mass
  • Memory Loss
  • Hot Flashes
  • High Cholesterol
  • Hair Loss
  • Sleep Disturbance
  • Slow Recovery From Wounds Healing and Illness

Complications associated with andropause include an increased risk of cardiovascular problems, osteoporosis (brittle bones), and more.


Treatment and Prevention of Testosterone and Andropause

Testosterone Injections are the most common treatment for men going through andropause. This therapy may provide help and relief from the symptoms and help improve the quality of life. Lifestyle changes such as increased exercise, stress reduction, and proper nutrition also help. Testosterone therapy is available in different forms; ask your doctor. He will help determine which treatment is best for you. 


This treatment involves doses of bioidentical (Testosterone Cypionate, Testosterone Enanthate, and Testosterone Propionate). 


People who wear a piece containing testosterone receive the hormone through the skin. The patches allow a slow, steady release of testosterone into the bloodstream. 


This treatment is also applied directly to the skin, usually on the arms. Because the gel may transfer to other individuals through skin contact, a person must wash the gel from the hands after each application. 


This is yet another option for testosterone replacement. Men with liver disease, poor liver function, severe heart or kidney disease, or too much calcium in their blood should avoid testosterone capsules. Follow-up visits with your doctor will be necessary after the initial treatment begins. At follow-up visits, your doctor will check your response to the treatment and make adjustments if necessary. Anybody with prostate or breast cancer should not take testosterone therapy. If you have heart disease, liver disease, enlarged prostate, or kidney, contact your physician whether or not treatment is proper.

**NOTE** The content in this blog is subject to interpretation and is the opinion of the content writer. We do not claim it to be fact. We encourage you to consult a medical doctor before taking any prescribed medications or supplements.


Supporting Hormones health is essential for overall well-being and vitality. By incorporating regular exercise, proper nutrition, adequate sleep, stress management techniques, and IV therapy, you can help maintain optimal testosterone levels and lead a healthy, balanced life. Always consult a healthcare professional before making significant changes to your lifestyle or starting any new treatments to ensure they suit your needs.

At AAI Rejuvenation Clinic, we advise anyone to think seriously about beginning Hormone treatment if there is no medical need for it. However, we will take every precaution to ensure that you read your program’s positive benefits by providing the latest at-home hormonal mouth-swab testing to ensure we are continually monitoring your progress and aware of any adverse side effects. Fill out the Medical History Form, or if you need more information, call us at (866) 224-5698 or (866) AAI-Low-T. 

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