Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy:

(305) 284-8483 – 7000 SW 97 Avenue Suite 210 Miami Fl 33173

Many of us are getting to the point where we can really start to enjoy life but our bodies seem to be less capable of delivering the level of fitness and health we desire because of lack of testosterone. We’ve begun to feel more tired and we have less enthusiasm about the world around us. We also tend not to exercise as much as we used to. We seem to get sick much more frequently. Our sexual stamina and performance are not what they used to be, and to add insult to injury, we are storing fat in places we never thought possible! See hormone symptoms below.

We specialize in Hormone Therapy for men as a preventive medical treatment focused on regaining and maintaining optimal health, vitality and vigor. Improving metabolic function and optimizing hormones like TestosteroneHGH (Human Growth Hormone Miami)DHEA and others, can give men a better opportunity for a healthy and vigorous life. Male hormone replacement therapy can have a significant and positive impact on men’s health including fitness, strength and sex drive.

What is Andropause ?

Andropause or the male menopause occurs gradually over time and is characterized primarily by low levels of Testosterone and Human Growth Hormone in men. The world of modern medicine has made enormous strides in the last 20 years. The diagnostic tools, surgical procedures and advanced research techniques have changed medical care for the better. Open-heart surgery finds the patient at home after several days. Many cancers, including prostate and colon cancer, are more treatable and have a higher survival rate. The list of these medical advances could fill several text books.  Male hormone therapy has likewise advanced, becoming more effective and more readily available in a variety of hormone medications than ever before.

Hormone therapy for men, prescribed and monitored by progressive doctors is quickly taking an important place in the medical practice and treatment of men’s health. In the past, most doctors didn’t take hormone treatments for men seriously and many had thought that hormone medications were just for women. Even today, some doctors are not aware that declining hormones like testosterone, human growth hormone, DHEA and thyroid in men can cause problems including erectile dysfunction, cardiovascular disease, weight gain, muscle loss and osteoporosis, and fail to recognize “Male Menopause” and Andropause as a treatable condition.

Andropause Symptoms (Low T & HGH)

Hormonal imbalance in men. Usually around the fourth decade of life – affected men will experience symptoms of Andropause, a hormonal deficiency that impacts their health. The first symptoms many men experience is a subtle downward shift in strength, energy and sex drive. You may lose your enthusiasm for life’s challenges in which you previously enjoyed – your work, competitive edge, or physical capacity to compete at past sporting levels. As testosterone and growth hormone levels decline, weight gain, muscle softness, inability to sustain erections, moodiness, bouts of depression and insomnia become increasingly frequent.

Low hormone symptoms in men. Common symptoms of male hormonal deficiency due to low testosterone and human growth hormone are disorders of mood – particularly anxiety, irritability or depression. Sexual function, performance and libido also decline, but urinary and prostate disorders amplify. You may prematurely age as skin thins, wrinkles and sags, eyelids droop, hair grays and thins. Your body muscle mass decreases, your breast tissue, belly and waistline enlarge as uncontrolled weight gain increases. Fatigue, sleep disorders and lack of concentration increase while drive, desire, memory and mental acuity decline. Below, is a list of the most common symptoms men experience during andropause due to a testosterone and HGH deficiency that affects men’s hormonal health.

Physical Symptoms

  • – Decreased sexual desire
  • – Weight gain or obesity
- Lack of energy or fatigue
- Muscle weakness or softness
  • – Sleep problems and insomnia
  • – Hot flashes or night sweats
  • – Skin wrinkling; thinning hair
- Muscle and bone density loss

Psychological Symptoms

  • – Lack of sexual function or arousal
  • – Depression or deep sadness
- Nervousness or anxiety
  • – Withdrawal from others
  • – Feelings of hopelessness
  • – Shyness and loss of drive
  • – Irritability and mood swings
- Memory loss and lack of focus