What is Low T AndropauseMen have an ongoing drop in their testosterone levels from their 20s onwards. As the testosterone drops noticeably in the 40s into the 50s, doctors have started referring to this as Andropause. Other names for the male version of menopause are male hypogonadism, androgen deficiency, Male Menopause, or age-related low testosterone (Low-T). Low Testosterone is a condition in which the testes (testicles, the male reproductive glands) do not produce enough testosterone. In men, testosterone helps maintain and develop Sexual features, Muscle mass, Adequate levels of red blood cells, Bone density, Sense of well-being and Sexual and reproductive function. On the cellular level, the hormone testosterone helps the body operate as expected. Low testosterone (Low T), issues include a number of outward symptoms and over time, can be the cause of many physical issues. Some men will not even notice the change because it happens over many years or decades. Low testosterone affects almost 40% of men aged 45 and older. It is difficult to define normal testosterone levels, because levels vary throughout the day and are affected by body mass index (BMI), nutrition, alcohol consumption, certain medications, age and illness. But, the male body is resilient and it works efficiently when given the right components.


Feel supported and get the care you need from Optimal Bio’s Care Team, led by Dr. Brannon. With appropriate lab testing, we can help you identify the specific cause of your disruptive symptoms and design a treatment plan that best suits you as an individual. The key to your optimal health is balancing hormones at the ideal levels, adding high-quality nutraceuticals, and adopting a healthy diet. Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) boosts your hormone levels, naturally, and can help relieve some symptoms of low testosterone. We can help you feel better than you ever dreamed possible at any age! Low-T, Andropause, Male Hormone Replacement Therapy treatments are provided at all locations. Schedule a Consult Today. 


  • Initial consultation and ongoing consultations with your Optimal Bio Care team, led by Dr. Brannon
  • Comprehensive lab testing to determine key hormone levels for optimal health
  • Prescriptions for replacement hormones or other medications you may require
  • Recommendations for a proper diet to best address your individual needs
  • The best possible supplements for your condition will be recommended
  • Detox information to clean and heal the body from the inside out


BHRT PelletAt Optimal Bio, pellets are the preferred method of hormone replacement delivery. Small pellets, roughly the size of a grain of rice, are placed in fatty tissue of the buttocks or lower back area. To develop the pellet we are using for men, we use organic yams as the precursor to the testosterone. The pellet is 99.5% pure yam-hormone. The other 0.5% is composed of stearic acid acts as a lubricant, holding the pellet together in its proper form. (It is important to note that this stearic acid is not absorbed at all into your system.) If the pellet had been too hard it wouldn’t dissolve properly. If the pellet had been too soft, however, it would have disintegrated in the body. The ratio that we currently use is the best possible pellet for our purposes.

SYMPTOMS OF LOW TESTOSTERONE depend on the age of person, and include the following:
Low sex drive
Erectile dysfunction
Decreased sense of well-being
Depressed mood
Difficulties with concentration and memory
Moodiness and irritability
Loss of muscular strength

Other changes that occur with low testosterone include:
A decrease in hemoglobin and mild anemia
A decrease in body hair
Thinning of the bones (osteoporosis)
Increased body fat
Breast development (gynecomastia)

Low Testosterone & Andropause treatments are provided at all Optimal Bio locations. Schedule a Consult Today!

SOURCE: https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/15603-low-testosterone-male-hypogonadism

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