Testosterone is a hormone found in humans, both male and female. The testicles primarily make testosterone in men. Women’s ovaries also make testosterone, though in much smaller amounts.
The production of testosterone starts to increase significantly during puberty, and begins to dip after age 30 or so.
Testosterone is most often associated with sex drive, and plays a vital role in sperm production. It also affects bone & muscle mass, the way men store fat in the body, and even red blood cell production. A man’s testosterone levels can also affect his mood.
Low testosterone levels
Low levels of testosterone, also called low T levels, can produce a variety of symptoms in men, including:
decreased sex drive
feelings of depression
less body hair
While testosterone production naturally tapers off as a man ages, other factors can cause hormone levels to drop. Injury to the testicles and cancer treatments such as chemotherapy or radiation can negatively affect testosterone production.
Chronic health conditions and stress can also reduce testosterone production. Some of these include:
Medications Pure Pharmaceuticals offers:
-Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (5,000 IU and 10,000 IU)
-Testosterone topical cream
-Testosterone Cypionate Injection
-Clomiphene Citrate tablets