There are treatments available for low testosterone
How can testosterone deficiency be treated?
Along with lifestyle changes, such as healthy eating (for example reduced intake of processed foods such as cereals and desserts, and increased intake of vegetables and berries) and more regular exercise, there are several treatments available for low testosterone. But these need to be discussed with your doctor in order to find out which is best for you.
If testosterone therapy is right for you, your doctor will suggest suitable treatment options, ranging from short- and long-acting injections, to capsules and gels/creams.
The Tackle TD campaign has been developed and funded by Bayer Plc to raise awareness of testosterone deficiency (TD)
Always speak to your doctor or nurse for personal medical advice. Health information in this website is intended as general information and for UK audiences only. It is not intended to replace a consultation with a healthcare professional, nor is it intended to provide specific medical advice. The campaign has been initiated, organised and funded by Bayer.
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