Treatment Options Table
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Compare low testosterone treatments to find the one that is right for you.

Find out what men like you can do to treat low testosterone.

If you think you may suffer from low testosterone, it is important to first take a look at your lifestyle. Your everyday decisions can have a big impact on your overall health. Making healthy choices such as eating a well-balanced diet, not smoking, exercising regularly, and trying to reduce day-to-day stress all work together to help improve your health.

While making healthy lifestyle choices can have a positive effect on your overall health, testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is the only pharmacological way to improve testosterone levels. TRTs aim to bring testosterone levels in your body back into the normal range and improve symptoms that may be impacting your quality of life. There are several ways you can take your treatment, as TRTs can come in different forms. These include:

Topical medications

These treatments deliver testosterone through your skin and are available as solutions, gels, and patches.

Oral medication

This treatment is absorbed from the gut, delivering testosterone into your bloodstream.

Injections

These treatments deliver testosterone through an injection into your gluteal muscle.

 

Doctor Discussion Guide
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If you think low testosterone - AKA "manopause" - is affecting your sex drive, energy, and mood, it may be time to talk to your doctor.

Fact versus Myth Module
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You may think low testosterone is all about sex drive. There’s much more to it than that.