Low Testosterone

Treating Low Testosterone

Regardless of the cause, low testosterone can usually be treated successfully using replacement therapy (testosterone medications). Of course, if the low testosterone is due to another medical condition, addressing that condition as well may be important. In general, testosterone replacement medications should be used only when a man has possible symptoms and low testosterone levels, not just one or the other.
There are a variety of different testosterone replacement medications. The specific medicine your healthcare provider recommends will depend on:
  • Personal preferences, such as injections versus patches
  • Cost and insurance coverage
  • The particular medical condition being treated (not all products are approved for every use)
  • Other treatments you have tried
  • Other medical conditions you may have.
(Click Low Testosterone Treatments to learn more about managing this condition, along with general outcomes.)
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