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The Science

Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Male Testosterone Levels by Age

Hormone Balance and Quality of Life

After age 40 all men experience gradual decline in testosterone levels of about 1% a year. This decline can be accelerated by many factors such as stress, lifestyle, physical/mental condition and health history.

Through testosterone replacement therapy, we help men increase their sex drive, energy, decisiveness, weight, physique, sleep patterns and much more. Our programs are medically sound, comfortable.

LowTdoc is an all-inclusive testosterone replacement program designed for men over 40. Our unique, safe, convenient testosterone therapy protocol allows us to offer the highest quality treatment at an affordable price.

Signs and Symptoms

  • Decline in feeling of general well being
  • Feeling that you have passed your peak
  • Depressed mood
  • Nervousness
  • Anxiety
  • Sleep problems
  • Increased need for sleep
  • Decreased Muscle Strength<
  • Exhaustion
  • Aches and pains
  • Decreased frequency of morning erections
  • Decreased sexual stamina/performance
  • Decreased sexual desire
  • Excessive sweating or hot flashes
  • Hair loss of the outer calves
  • Paleness
  • Fat accumulation in the abdomen, thighs, breasts<
  • Thinning of the muscles especially around shoulders
  • Shrinking of the testicles

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Cortisol

The Stress Hormone It is vitally important for our bodies to be able to adapt to changes in our external or internal environment be it change in temperature outside or an infection or an attack of a predator.

Thyroid hormone

The Metabolism Hormone Thyroid regulates the speed of all functions in our body from thinking processes to bowel movements.

Testosterone

The Masculinity Hormone Testosterone was called a King of Hormones and Hormone of Kings. It is what makes a man strong, hairy, dominant risk taker with deep voice and strong body odor.

DHEA

The Anti-Stress Hormone DHEA is the most abundant steroid in our body. It is produced by adrenal glands and is released in blood during stress together with cortisol opposing and modulating cortisol’s action. It has some androgenic and anabolic properties.

Progesterone

Progesterone is what we make most of our steroids from. It is produced in Adrenal glands from Pregnenolone and is precursor of all Adrenal Steroids except DHEA. It is also childbirth hormone as it is produced in ovaries right after ovulation and in placenta during pregnancy.

Estradiol

The Feminine Hormone Like Eve was made from Adam’s rib estradiol is made from testosterone. It is hormone that makes females, enlarging breast and hips with fatty deposits, maintaining uterine lining, tuning brain to motherhood.

HGH

The Human Growth Hormone 

Melatonin

The Clock Hormone Melatonin is involved in the regulation of circadian rhythm, and weight, as well as having antioxidant properties.