Understanding Low Testosterone and Treatments for Low T

Low T Treatment Experts

The latest research suggests that guys without enough of the hormone face a higher risk of several serious illnesses, including diabetes, osteoporosis, and cardiovascular disease.

**Currently seeking volunteers for a Low Testosterone research study.**

Learn more about the clinical trial at Manhattan Medical Research

Why is Low Testosterone a Problem?

Low Testosterone, unlike menopause is rarely discussed. Low testosterone is a real issue impacting some men as they age. And, even though a man’s testosterone level will normally decreases with age, not all men require treatment. It is important to see a healthcare provider experienced in the treatment of Low T to determine what’s right for you.

There are sexual and non-sexual signs of low testosterone.

Sexual signs of Low Testosterone include:Low Testosterone Expert
-Low sex drive
-Poor erections (weaker and fewer)
-Wanting sex less often

Non sexual signs of Low Testosterone include:
-Increase in body fat
-Lower energy
-Reduced muscle mass
-Feeling depressed
-Anemia (low iron)
-Loss of calcium from bone

Depending on your symptoms and blood profile, we may first recommend lifestyle changes; getting more exercise, eating a nutritious healthy diet, losing weight, and managing stress.

Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT)

In the event that lifestyle changes fail to improve symptoms, the next option may be testosterone replacement therapy (TRT). The result of TRT will bring testosterone levels back to normal and help improve signs and symptoms of low testosterone.

Testosterone replacement therapy is available in a variety of forms.

  • Gel applied topically to skin
  • Skin patches
  • Injections
  • Implants
  • Oral Tablet applied to gums

Do not attempt to treat Low T with over-the-counter supplements and herbal remedies. It is important that you leave the diagnosis and treatment of Low T to medical experts. The symptoms of Low T are synonymous with many other conditions – some life threatening. The only way to be certain you have Low T is through a thorough exam and blood work.

Dr. Jed Kaminetsky, Clinical Assistant Professor at NYU Medical Center and Board Certified Urologist, is a national leading authority on the treatment of Low T.

Contact University Urology for a consultation to discuss your condition and determine if you require treatment for Low T.

Clinical Research Study is underway!

Qualification Criteria:
Must be a male 40 or older
Must have low testosterone level

Study Participants Will Receive:
All study-related medical care and study medication at no cost
Possible compensation for their time and travel

Learn more at: Manhattan Medical Research

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New York, New York 10016
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Dr. Jed Kaminetsky, M.D. is a Clinical Assistant Professor at NYU Medical Center and a Board Certified Urologist.

Our mission here at University Urology Associates is to render the absolute best in urologic specialty care to our patients through decades of experience, cutting edge technology, and medical research

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