Are you a man who feels tired, irritable, and not like yourself? If so, you could be suffering from low testosterone. The team of experts at Urology Clinics Manchester offers comprehensive urology services, including diagnosis and treatment for this.

Testosterone is a hormone produced in both the male and female body. In men, it’s produced in the testicles and affects several different physical features and functions. In men, it stimulates sex drive, sperm production, and the development of muscle and bone mass. It also triggers hair growth, the voice to deepen, and other male features.

Low testosterone does not always present symptoms, and some people only learn about it after a routine physical examination with blood work.

How can you tell if you have low testosterone? These are some of the most common signs and symptoms for you to recognise:

  • Fatigue and decreased energy
  • Reduced sex drive
  • Difficulty achieving and maintaining an erection

These are some of the ways low testosterone can affect your body:

  • Decreased bone density and increased fracture risk
  • Depressed immune function and more frequent illness
  • Loss of muscle tone and decreased skin elasticity

Males experience a gradual decrease in testosterone as they get older. The older you are, the more likely that you’ll have low testosterone. Fortunately, we are able to diagnosis and treat those who suffer from low testosterone.

It is important that we treat this issue so we can be ourselves again, having balanced levels mean a better quality of life for you. You will enjoy:

  • An increased sex drive
  • Boosted energy and stamina
  • Improved muscle mass and muscle tone
  • Enhanced mood
  • Increased motivation and productivity
  • A stronger immune system
  • Improved memory and ability to concentrate
  • Improved skin elasticity and tone

No matter what your age. If you are concerned about low testosterone. It’s time to talk with your urologist. To diagnose this issue, your doctor will often perform a physical evaluation and review your symptoms. Your doctor may also request testing to look for additional signs. Contact us today to see how we can help.