Treatment for Low Testosterone

If the results of a blood test have verified that you have low testosterone levels, effective treatment options are available. In most cases, low testosterone levels can be successfully treated using hormone replacement therapy (testosterone medications).
A number of testosterone medications are available. The one that is most appropriate for you will depend on several factors, such as:
  • Cost and insurance coverage
  • Personal preferences, such as injections versus patches
  • Other medical conditions you may have.
Some of the approved medications for treating low testosterone levels include but are not limited to:
Regardless of the product used, testosterone replacement should be done only under the careful guidance of your healthcare provider.
(For a closer look at this topic, click Low Testosterone Treatments. This article provides more detailed information on possible treatments for low testosterone, including nonprescription and nontestosterone options.)
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