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Low-T Treatments for Men

You’ve heard of women going through menopause, but did you know the same thing can happen to men? Referred to as “male menopause” or “andropause,” testosterone levels begin to drop after age 30, then dip significantly around age 40-55. This hormonal imbalance can leave men with unpleasant symptoms as well as cause very real health concerns.

Low testosterone (“Low T”) can cause ED, loss of libido, fatigue, depression, loss of muscle mass, weight gain (especially around the middle), joint pain, anxiety, “brain fog” and more. While this does not happen to all men, even young men can experience low testosterone.


The great news is that Hormone Replacement Therapy for men is changing lives – restoring sexual performance, energy and vitality! 

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What is Testosterone Therapy?

Testosterone Therapy, often referred to as Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT), simply aims to restore the testosterone levels in your body. Once your testosterone level is balanced, you can experience more energy and drive, improving mood, sleep, memory, improved physique along with other great benefits.

Enclomiphene (Clomid) is a prescription tablet that stimulates your body’s own natural testosterone production. Pregnenolone improves energy. Building Blocks fills your nutritional gaps. No inconvenient injections, messy creams, or testicular shutdown associated with other testosterone treatments.

What are Symptoms of Low T?

Unlike women and menopause, men do not have a clear marker indicating the transition into andropause, because the decline in testosterone levels is usually very slow, and physical changes occur gradually. Often, the symptoms of imbalanced hormones in men are merely considered or even dismissed as signs of aging.


Yet, these gradual changes can dramatically affect your quality of life and well-being. More importantly, decreased testosterone levels, whether due to aging or other conditions, may put you at risk for serious health problems such as heart disease and weak bones.

Common symptoms of Low T can include:


• Low libido
• ED
• Reduced muscle mass and Joint pain
• Troubles losing weight
• Loss of sleep
• Loss of focus
• Irritability; mood swings
• Depression


What are the Benefits Reported by Patients?

Increased energy, stamina and recovery 

Stronger libido with improved ED symptoms

Increased muscle mass and decreased fat

Clarity of mind and better memory

Decreased joint pain and illness

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Please enter your information in the form and proceed with our short self-assessment quiz which will take only a few minutes to complete. It will help determine if you might be suffering from a hormonal imbalance. Prosper Direct Health® has developed this self-assessment tool to provide our visitors the ability to have their symptoms reviewed and forwarded to our Provider for evaluation and follow-up.

Men's Hormone Imbalance Quiz

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The contents of your Quiz results are for informational purposes only and are not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or another qualified health care provider with any questions you have regarding a medical condition, and before undertaking any diet, dietary supplement, exercise, or other health program.

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At Prosper Direct Health, we customize a testosterone replacement treatment plan that meets your body’s needs.

Contact us Today for a free consultation. 

“I really struggled with weight gain, depression, and loss of interest at work. I was diagnosed with depression but didn’t feel better. I saw Dr. Robinson and he found low t. I had pellets placed and my depression is gone, I’m off depression medications and enjoying work and home again”

- James

Happy, Healthy Patients

“I can’t believe I was doing testosterone injections and living with so many ups and downs. I found out about testosterone pellets from a friend and I would never do injections again.”

- Matt

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