Testosterone, an androgen hormone, is an important hormone in women and men. It is important to the integrity of skin, muscle, and bone.
Testosterone's role in hormone replacement therapy may include the following:
It’s not unusual for men to experience a decrease in testosterone levels that correlate with hormonal changes just like many women experience at menopause.
However, men generally experience a slower and more subtle hormonal decline, and symptoms can occur over time. When the hormones are replaced or restored to physiological levels, men can experience an improvement in overall well-being.
Testosterone replacement therapy may improve the following:
Hormone replacement therapy in men may also include a combination of customized treatment options such as: testosterone, dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), zinc, selenium, and other supplements.
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