Low Testosterone (Low T)

Low Testosterone (Low T)

Low testosterone is a common condition among men of all ages that can negatively affect your quality of life. Symptoms may include:

  • Decreased interest in sex (low libido)

  • Decreased concentration, focus and/or memory

  • Fertility issues, addressed with testosterone-stimulating drugs only as you and your partner try to conceive, because testosterone therapy can decrease sperm production

  • Irritability or moodiness

  • Low energy and fatigue; decreased exercise capacity

  • Problems with sex, including erectile dysfunction

  • Sleep disturbance

  • Weight gain and/or loss of muscle mass

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Call a convenient OU Health urology location near you to request your appointment with a low testosterone specialist.

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Personalized Low T Treatment Options

Feel like yourself again when you get expert care for low testosterone from the men’s health and urology specialists at OU Health. You’ll collaborate with your doctor to develop a treatment plan that fits your specific needs, with options such as

  • Injectable testosterone, including testosterone enanthate and cypionate – Learn to inject yourself at home and reduce the need for frequent office visits
  • Topical testosterone – Various formulations; often covered by insurance
  • Subcutaneous pellets – Tiny pellets placed under the skin of the buttocks slowly dissolve for four months of continuous treatment
  • Long-lasting injectable testosterone – Administered by a healthcare professional; five shots per year maintains appropriate treatment levels
  • Testosterone patches – Topical treatment avoids the risk of transferring medication to a loved one; may create skin irritation around patch site
  • Testosterone-stimulating alternatives – Medications (hCG, clomiphene citrate, anastrozole, others) administered to stimulate production of your own testosterone or used with injectable testosterone, depending on your condition and goals

You benefit from a comprehensive approach to treatment that includes continuous monitoring and management of testosterone replacement therapy to optimize your care and avoid potential side effects or health problems.

Get a comprehensive evaluation and individualized treatment recommendations for low testosterone by contacting a convenient OU Health urology location near you.

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