Low Testosterone & Low Sex Drive Symptoms

Low testosterone levels can lead to erectile dysfunction. This can affect your sex life and overall mental  and physical health. Erectile dysfunction is difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection suitable for sexual intercourse. Because ED has many different causes, it can be difficult to correctly identify.

One of  the most common causes of ED is reduced blood flow to the penis. This can be caused by high blood  pressure, high cholesterol, and others. ED can also be caused by psychological issues and stressors, such  as depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and more. Because erections depend on testosterone, many  patients seek testosterone replacement therapy for ED. However, some men can have healthy erections despite testosterone levels below average.

Low T levels have been linked to similar conditions that also  affect ED, such as type 2 diabetes, obesity, and heart disease.  

We’ll go over symptoms of erectile dysfunction, low testosterone levels, and the types of therapy and  treatment we offer at BioRestore Health. For more information, schedule an appointment at our  Nashua, NH office.

Erectile Dysfunction

Sometimes called “impotence,” ED is defined as the inability to get and maintain an erection that is  adequate for satisfactory sexual intercourse. Some may also note ejaculatory dysfunction, which is the  inability to orgasm or lack of emission, which is a decrease in the volume of fluid expressed during  orgasm.

Low Sex Drive

Also known as “libido,” a sex drive can be decreased by low testosterone levels. One of the more  common symptoms of having decreased testosterone and andropause is to have a decreased sexual  desire.

Symptoms of Low Testosterone Levels

There are many symptoms of low testosterone levels. And they vary greatly between each patient. You  may be experiencing one, many, all, or even none of these symptoms, even if you have low T levels.  Some of the symptoms include: 

∙ Decreased sexual drive 

∙ Decreased lean muscle mass 

∙ Difficulty sleeping 

∙ Fatigue throughout the day 

∙ Difficulty finding motivation 

∙ Weight gain 

∙ Depression 

∙ Irritability 

∙ Frequent mood swings 

∙ Erectile dysfunction 

∙ Hair loss

Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Patients who suffer with low T levels can benefit from natural testosterone replacement treatments at  BioRestore Health. There are many different ways to replace testosterone in your body. As each patient  has different symptoms and needs, a unique approach will be needed for them.

Some of the therapy  procedures are pellet injection, transdermal through the skin, injection, oral, and intranasal. When you visit our Nashua health partner office, we’ll walk you through our process. It’s simple, fast, and efficient  in helping our patients feel like themselves again. Our process includes: 

  • Conducting a blood test and evaluation 
  • Providing you with our in-depth evaluation 
  • Customizing your treatment to your symptoms, needs, and health

How Does It Work?

Testosterone deficiencies can be treated using natural testosterone replacement therapy. There are many different ways and styles of TRT that we can adapt to meet your needs. The benefits of  testosterone replacement therapy can include: 

∙ Increase in energy 

∙ Ease or relief of feelings of depression 

∙ Increased overall sense of wellbeing 

∙ Lowered feelings of anxiety 

∙ Improved concentration, memory, and focus on work and recreational tasks ∙ Increased sex drive 

∙ Weight loss 

∙ Improved sleep patterns 

∙ Increased sexual performance 

∙ Lowered risks of blood clots

Take the first step today and have your testosterone levels evaluated.