Testosterone is rightfully called the male hormone because it is this substance that is responsible for the physical strength, muscles, sexual activity, and reproductive functions of the male body. But women also need it. Today, in the scientific literature and clinical practice, interest in such a problem as Testosterone deficiency in women is steadily growing. According to recent researches, Testosterone treatment in Bangor is now increasingly considered not only as a pathogenetic therapy for men with its deficiency (also called hypogonadism) but also as a physiologically necessary hormonal therapy for women at different periods of life, especially in premenopausal and postmenopausal periods.
As with age, Testosterone levels become lower, in some cases, it is highly recommended to improve the balance of hormones by a special therapy called Testosterone replacement therapy. You are welcome to apply for the Testosterone replacement therapy in Bangor in our clinic to make your life quality higher and your body stronger and younger as in its prime.
We will be happy to help every patient with hypogonadism and natural Testosterone deficiency regain their zest for life and improve their body condition with Testosterone replacement in Bangor at our clinic. We have been engaged in scientific research in the field of hormone replacement therapy for men and women for several years already. In addition to scientific research, our specialists provide practical assistance to patients diagnosed with low Testosterone. We ourselves carry out complex diagnostics and complex tests for the level of Testosterone production, therefore, as soon as you notice the alarming symptoms of Testosterone deficiency, you can safely apply for a consultation and initial diagnosis with us. We help our patients regain youthfulness and increase the strength and endurance of the body using modern analogs of natural Testosterone as a Testosterone booster.
Testosterone replacement therapy requires not only a long study of methods, dosages, and their correction. A Testosterone doctor in Bangor also should gain a lot of experience. Only highly qualified specialists in the field of endocrinology and andrology can prescribe therapy and monitor its effectiveness because each organism is individual, and such a doctor is required to be able to select flexible methods for each patient individually. Our clinic is proud of its specialists, each of whom has been practicing Testosterone replacement therapy for a long time and receives testimonials from their patients for the effectiveness, safety, and long-term effect of the prescribed treatment.
Testosterone is a very interesting hormone, one might say insidious. The 21st century is in the yard, and there is still no understanding of how to accurately determine it - all methods have flaws. Measurement of hormone levels is carried out by immunometric methods, that is, using antibodies. Testosterone is a steroid hormone that is very small in the structure; the size of the antibody is a certain number of times larger. That is, the Testosterone figure is a very delicate matter. It must be able to interpret Testosterone levels depending on the situation, in combination with other hormones, with gonadotropins that are hormones of the anterior pituitary gland.
Besides, with aging, Testosterone level changes and this is normal. By the age of 20, Testosterone production rates reach peak values, and from the age of 30, they begin to decline slowly and for everyone in different ways but in general it is quite natural. Testosterone is produced in the testicles but it is a deep misconception to consider it a hormone created by nature only for an erectile function. Erectile function can be completely normal even with low testosterone, but libido, desire, and sexual drive are likely to be reduced. Testosterone is an anabolic of the male body, it does almost everything that distinguishes a man from a woman, it contributes to the development of not only the reproductive system but also the muscular system, the brain, and even the production of red blood cells.
And what to say about women? Testosterone circulating in the blood in a woman's body functions as a prohormone capable of conversion to 5α-DHT or 17β-estradiol in target tissues. Besides, Testosterone can be synthesized in target tissues on demand. Testosterone in women is necessary for the synthesis of cerebral neurosteroids that provide libido and pain perception, and is also actively involved in the metabolism of fatty tissue and, to a greater extent, muscle tissue, including detrusor and bladder sphincters. This is what decreases with age and needs therapy to return to a joyful and healthy lifestyle.
Without this hormone, a man acquires features that are commonly female like a thin voice, lack of body hair, flabby muscular system, obesity, tummy.
Testosterone deficiency in women can manifest itself not only in sexual dysfunctions like decreased libido, impaired sexual satisfaction, and orgasm but also other pathological symptoms, including dysphoric mood (that means anxiety, irritability, depression), poor health condition, physical fatigue, loss of bone and muscle mass (osteoporosis and sarcopenia), obesity, changes in cognitive functions, memory impairment, chronic pain, urinary disorders, including urinary incontinence, reproductive disorders. This sounds terrible but it's not an ultimate condition. Thoughtfully chosen Testosterone replacement therapy will improve the state of your body and return you to joy and a positive mood. Your muscles will become stronger, your hair will become thicker and your sexual desire will increase with it.