Think your testosterone level may be on the decline? Take this quiz to see if you have symptoms of Low T.  

Testosterone is extremely important to the human body — especially for men. It’s the primary androgenic hormone and is necessary to maintain your overall health and well-being. It plays a vital role in developing male reproductive tissues, and helps maintain muscle mass and sexual desire. When the body fails to produce normal levels of testosterone, a condition called Hypogonadism or Low T occurs. This can result in feeling fatigued, gaining weight, and experiencing other issues including erectile problems, osteoporosis and depression. 


  • Have you noticed a decrease in your sex drive? 

  • Are you lacking energy and motivation?

  • Do you tire easily, especially later in the day and after meals? 

  • Has your strength and endurance decreased?

  • Do you become irritable or sad easily?  

  • Are you becoming forgetful?

  • Do you feel less ambitious and driven? 

  • Have you lost muscle tone? 

  • Do you find life less enjoyable than you did before? 

  • Have you developed love handles or a spare tire? 

If you answered yes to two or more of these questions, you could be a candidate for Testosterone Replacement Therapy. Fill out the form below or call us at 832-321-5402 to speak to one of our health advisors and start a full assessment today. 

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