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Hormones for Men

The male menopause, also known as Andropause affects many men from as young as 35. Testosterone levels decline in men from their mid 30’s and onward.

Many young men in their 20’s – mid to late 30’s who are overweight, have low energy and sex drive and can’t seem to get in shape may have low testosterone and high oestrogen. These hormones are not optimal and not ideally balanced.

The same can also be said about older men age 40 and above. This is again due to an in-balance in testosterone but also a decline in certain hormones that start to occur with age. Combine this with high levels of stress hormones such as cortisol and you have a recipe for ill health both in the present and future.

I can provide you with a thorough consultation and assessment which includes a blood profile to show accurate levels of all your important hormones combined with a proper tailored and supervised medical treatment that will get you feeling better than you would have ever possibly imagined.

I was able to finally feel like myself again.

Peter

I saw a noticeable increase in energy after bio identical hormone therapy which really allowed me to live my life again.

Roy

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