Treatments for Low T in Dallas-Fort Worth

Guys, Is Your Factory Setting Out of Whack?

Time can be cruel. Your once-flat abs grow a little fleshier. Your laser-sharp mind gets a little fuzzier. Sadness and grumpiness cloud your friendly demeanor. Your robust love life fizzles. You feel tired all the time. You might think they’re all inevitable parts of aging. In truth, they could be signs of hypogonadism—better known as low testosterone or Low T.

The Lowdown on Low T

Don’t ignore it. Do something about it. At UPNT, we are the Low-T experts. Using a personalized treatment approach, we’ll restore your testosterone level to the sweet spot so you can enjoy life with more energy, a more robust libido, better erections and a better mood. 

What is Low T?

Low testosterone (male hypogonadism) is a condition in which the testicles don’t produce enough male sex hormone—testosterone. This hormone stimulates the development of male characteristics, including sex organs, muscle mass, bone density, sperm production and sexual function.

What causes Low T?

Low T occurs due to one of two reasons: The internal testosterone signaling mechanism in the brain isn’t functioning properly, or the testes produce less testosterone. Lots of guys struggle with it. Nearly four out of 10 men have Low T by the time they’re 45. It’s not surprising when you consider testosterone starts to drop about one percent each year after the age of 30. By the time a man is 60, his level may have dropped 30 percent.

What are some of the risk factors?

Medical conditions and lifestyle choices can also trigger a drop in testosterone. Risk factors include:

  • Poor Sleep
  • High stress
  • Obesity
  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Type 2 diabetes 

How is Low T diagnosed?​

A simple blood test can determine if your testosterone level is too low. The National Institute of Health defines “normal” as levels that fall between 300 to 1,000 nanograms per deciliter, but your doctor will evaluate what level is best for you based on your age and health.

Tap Our T Team

We understand all the issues that can affect a man’s well-being. With trust, conversation and testing, we create a personalized treatment plan to get you back to feeling more like yourself.

Testosterone Therapy

For men with Low T, testosterone therapy is a game changer. Men can choose testosterone replacement therapy or treatment to boost their own natural testosterone production. Both deliver results. 
Treatment options include:

  • Topical Creams
  • Intranasal Gels
  • Subcutaneous Pellets
  • Intramuscular
  • Injections
  • Oral Pills

All deliver a controlled dose of testosterone.

UPNT is also pleased to offer the latest testosterone therapy oral medication—Kyzatrex™, a unique capsule formulated to be easily absorbed while bypassing the liver to prevent liver damage. In clinical studies, 96% of men with previously low testosterone had normal testosterone levels after taking the twice-a-day capsule for 90 days.
Your UPNT care provider will create a treatment plan that’s right for you, and monitor you closely during your testosterone therapy.
With testosterone therapy, men notice significant improvement in their energy level, libido, erections and mood. They’re just some of the benefits delivered by a healthy dose of T.

We Are Your Low-T Experts

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