412-432-7909 info@hormonecenter.net

Low Testosterone Treatment in Pittsburgh

We treat the cause...not the symptom

Common Symptoms

of Low Testosterone:

»Erectile Dysfunction

»Reduced Libido

»Fatigue

»Muscle Weakness

»Increased Body Fat

»Mood Changes

»Difficulty Concentrating

»Low Self-Esteem

»Hot Flashes

»Decreased Hair Growth

»Changes in Sleep Patterns

 

What is Low Testosterone or "Low T"?

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Low testosterone, also known as hypogonadism, is a medical condition characterized by an insufficient level of testosterone, the primary male sex hormone, in the body. Testosterone plays a vital role in various aspects of male health, including the development of male sexual characteristics, the maintenance of muscle mass and bone density, and the regulation of mood and energy levels. Testosterone levels in men tipically begin to decrease a bit each year starting in early to mid 30s.

How Is

Low Testosterone  treated?

At The Hormone Center, we begin with a comprehensive questionnaire to help us assess your endocrine function. We prescribe thorough saliva and blood testing to get a comprehensive analysis of your sex hormones, as well as thyroid and adrenal hormones. Our providers then utilize these test results to establish a treatment plan to address any dysfunction or imbalance as well as nutritional deficiencies. Our treatment plans consist of a combination of traditional medicine, integrative medicine, high-quality nutraceuticals, and bioidentical hormone therapy through creams, injections, or pellets. 

We serve patients In person and via telemedicine

with Secure video consults, on your terms.

We serve patients In person and via telemedicine

with Secure video consults, on your terms.

Have a question about what we do?

 

Call

(412)-432-7909

Email

info@hormonecenter.net

Address

102 Broadway Street

Suite 101

Carnegie, PA 15106