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Expert Low-T Care

We'll create a personalized plan to help you be your best.

Low-T is Common

Data suggests that over 3 million males in the U.S. suffer from a testosterone deficiency, and only 32% seek treatment after receiving diagnosis (IJIR).  Posterity Health physicians are highly trained reproductive urologists (male experts) who specialize in hormone management – we will build your personalized plan.

Males with low testosterone may experience: 

✓ Reduced energy/endurance
✓ Fatigue
✓ Low motivation

✓ Erectile dysfunction
✓ Reduced sex drive
✓ Depression

✓ Poor concentration and memory
✓ Diminished physical performance
✓ Irritability

How Does It Work?

Schedule Your Initial Telehealth Consult

Complete Hormone Panel (lab work)

Meet with your Hormone Expert (online or in person)

Start your Personalized Plan

Benefits of Expert Support

More Energy
Optimization plans focus on bringing back youthful energy.

Improved Sexual Function
Improve your sex drive and performance in the bedroom.

Improved Sleep
Sleep is a critical part of being and feeling healthy.  Getting adequate rest may also help prevent excess weight gain, heart disease, and increased illness duration.

Sharpened Focus
Clear out the brain fog. Renew your focus and optimize your performance.

Our Approach

Our hormone management team will create a personalized plan to help you be your best. Our physician-led experts will customize your plan to optimize your health in the most effective and safest way possible. For example, we provide specialized treatment for males with low T who aspire to fathers that can improve their performance without compromising their fertility. With our hybrid care model (online and in-office) you can access our expertise and receive care wherever you’re most comfortable.



What is Low Testosterone?

Testosterone is a sex hormone produced by both males and females. This hormone is naturally much higher in males and it plays a key role in the development of many male characteristics (e.g., hair growth, vocal cord lengthening, etc.). And, of course, your testosterone levels are critical for sperm production (spermatogenesis) as well as being an excellent indicator of testicular health. 

Also referred to as male hypogonadism, Low-T can occur in any male regardless of their age. Different symptoms can develop depending on your age and the condition’s severity. You may receive a Low-T diagnosis when your blood testosterone drops to less than 300 nanograms per deciliter (ng/dL), although new data suggests that an age adjusted testosterone level may be a better assessment of testosterone deficiency.

What are the different treatment options?

We offer the most comprehensive options for exogenous testosterone. When used alone, these options will likely compromise your sperm production and negatively impact your fertility. Be sure to talk to our team about family building before starting one of these medications.

Exogenous TRT

Topical Testosterone Gels – These are the easiest and most common modalities, and are applied to your shoulders daily.

Oral Testosterone Supplements – Typically taken twice/day by mouth, oral supplements are easy, well-tolerated, and there’s no risk of liver damage.

Subcutaneous Injections – Whether you get autoinjectors or needle administration, Low-T injections will be given multiple times per week to stabilize your hormone levels.

Intramuscular Injections – This is the most common testosterone replacement strategy because it’s low-cost and effective. The injections are administered to the thigh/upper quadrant of the buttocks weekly and your options include the injections listed above and other anabolics.

Testosterone Pellets – These are administered via a quick, 15-minute in-office procedure. The pellet is inserted at a small puncture site under the skin and dissolves over 3-6 months allowing stable levels over a longer period of time.

Intranasal Testosterone – This is a fast-acting, nasally administered testosterone medication. It’s a great option for those wishing to preserve sperm production or avoid needles.

Testosterone Enhancing Treatments

Fertility-Preserving Testosterone Enhancement are designed to increase your natural testosterone production while preserving fertility. Testosterone Enhancement Treatments include:

Oral Medications:

  • Medication that increases LH and FSH signaling to the testicles to increase testosterone production and sperm production
  • Medication that blocks the conversion of testosterone to estradiol, therefore increasing testosterone levels, decreasing estradiol and indirectly increasing LH and FSH signaling to the testicles to further increase testosterone production and sperm production

Injectable Medication:

  • Medication that mimics LH and signals the testicle to increase testosterone production

Is Low Testosterone Connected to Male Infertility?

Male hypogonadism or low testosterone may be an indicator of poor testicular function. Testosterone is important for sperm production, and low testosterone can be associated with male infertility. For some men, assessing hormone levels and treating abnormalities can improve fertility.

How can exogenous testosterone therapies affect fertility?

Exogenous testosterone therapies can shut down the body’s natural production of testosterone and sperm, leading to infertility. For some men, this can even result in azoospermia, the complete absence of sperm in the ejaculate. Posterity Health reproductive urologists are experts in both testosterone treatment and male fertility, and they will design a plan that incorporates your family planning goals.

Do you accept insurance?

Our goal is to provide affordable care. Posterity Health provides care nationally for ProgynyMavenCarrot, and Kindbody members. Commercial insurance coverage varies by state and plan, we will be glad to check your eligibility.Posterity Health also provides financing through Care Credit and discounts through Livestrong Fertility. You can also use your HSA/FSA account to pay for our services.

Call Our Hormone Management Line:
(720) 513-8166