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Andropause Therapy in Topeka, KS, to Restore Your Vigor

As we age, our bodies stop producing the various hormones we need to perform at our best. While you’ve likely heard of menopause -- in which the ovaries suddenly stop producing estrogen, among other things -- andropause is less well-known. Andropause is a slower, more gradual process in which testosterone levels decline until symptoms like physical changes, emotional changes, and changes in sexual function become apparent.

Fortunately, you do not have to live with these changes. At Aspire Rehab Center, we offer safe and effective andropause therapy in Topeka, KS, to restore your vigor. Contact our clinic today to schedule an appointment and find the right solutions for your concerns.


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The Signs of Andropause

Whether you call it andropause, male menopause, or testosterone deficiency syndrome, the condition is always marked by low testosterone levels. The only way to know for sure that your testosterone levels are low is to get a blood test. However, you may have andropause if you’re experiencing symptoms like:

  • Muscle Loss
  • Headaches and Backaches
  • Weight Gain
  • Irritability
  • Anxiety
  • Mood Swings
  • Depression
  • Lack of Libido or Erectile Dysfunction

It is important to note that while it’s natural for testosterone levels to decline due to aging, aging is not the only thing that may decrease your levels. These external factors are also linked to testosterone reduction:

  • Excessive Alcohol Consumption
  • Poor Diet
  • Certain Medications
  • Stress
  • Lack of Sleep
  • Illness

To find out if you are a candidate for andropause treatment, visit our clinic. We’ll discuss your current symptoms and medical history with you and perform a blood test to determine whether you’d benefit from andropause hormone replacement therapy.


How Hormone Replacement Therapy Works

Hormone therapy for andropause operates on a very basic principle: since your natural levels of testosterone are low, your symptoms may be corrected by raising your levels again. Testosterone can be administered a variety of different ways, depending on your needs. Some forms are an injection, gel, pellet, and patch.

Testosterone therapy is safe and effective for most patients, but it must be conducted under a doctor’s supervision to avoid unwanted side effects. The team at our clinic will monitor your hormone levels and symptoms to ensure you are receiving the correct amount of testosterone for your body. Every person is different, so there is no one-size-fits-all dosage. Get started today by calling our center to set up your initial screening appointment. 

Contact us to find out whether you’re a candidate for andropause therapy. We have offices in Topeka and Lawrence, Kansas, and serve patients from throughout the surrounding area.