Low T FAQ’s

Are all the problems of aging due to low testosterone?

Certainly not. It is not wise to attribute every problem a man experiences to a Low T condition, because some by-products of aging are inevitable whether Low T is a factor or not. That is why Low T testing is so important before testosterone replacement therapy is prescribed.

What can testosterone replacement therapy do for me?

Every man is different, but some of the most common benefits of Low T treatment include:

  • Regained muscle mass, strength and bone density
  • Increased sex drive
  • Better energy
  • Improved moods and a more positive outlook
  • Noticeably better cognitive functions

These can significantly improve health, wellness, occupational performance and quality of life.

How can I get my testosterone level checked?

If you are experiencing the symptoms of Low T, take our quick Low T quiz for a simple self-screening. Then, make an appointment at New York Testosterone to have your T level formally evaluated by a physician.

Should all men undergo testosterone replacement therapy?

No. Not all men have a true Low T condition. We live in a different culture than our fathers and grandfathers; those societal changes have impacted our lifestyles and altered the environmental factors that affect our health. Our evaluation can determine whether Low T is the source of each man’s symptoms.

Can you be too young for testosterone replacement therapy?

Young men do require testosterone replacement therapy from time to time. If you are a man under age 30 who is already experiencing the symptoms of Low T, we invite you to schedule a consultation appointment, which includes screening and testing services.

Can you be too old for testosterone replacement therapy?

There is no age limit for testosterone therapy, as it has produced some benefits in older men. However, we still require older men to undergo a screening and testing prior to receiving Low T treatment.

Does testosterone replacement therapy stimulate the natural production of testosterone?

No, it does not. Low T treatment replaces lost testosterone, but it does not cause the body to produce more.