Causes of Low-T
Normal Testosterone Levels
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Have You Lost Your Edge?
Your Just Not What You Use To Be?
You are not alone if you said yes to those two questions. Just over 45% of men over 35 years old, have Low Testosterone. Testosterone production is the single most important bodily fuction to a male. It affects almost every system in our bodies; brain function, metabolism, tissue repair, sexual function, cardiovascular health, bone density and the list goes on and on. When your testosterone is low, your total health begins to decline.
Read the Low-T Symptoms below, if any of those describe you, it may be time to have your testosterone level check. We can perform a simple blood test for you that will tell you for certain if you have Low Testosterone.
Symptoms of Low-T