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Hormone Imbalance Symptoms In Men

BioTE® Medical is here to help men who are experiencing symptoms of hormonal imbalance. Below learn more about the symptoms of male hormone imbalance and how to face this condition head-on. The signs of hormonal imbalance are not always apparent. Learn more about hormonal imbalance symptoms below.

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What Is Hormonal Imbalance?

A hormonal imbalance can occur at any point in a man’s life—even in his early 30s. Symptoms can be brought on by stress, an acute injury, illness, poor nutrition, inadequate exercise, and a host of other factors. Having too much or too little of just one hormone can have ramifications throughout the body, so it’s important to know the indicators of male hormone imbalance, such as low testosterone. Contact a certified BioTE provider today to learn more.

How to Get Started With Bioidentical Hormone Balance Therapy

First, a patient can find a certified BioTE provider near them. If their health-care provider is not listed, they can nominate a provider to become certified. Next, they schedule an office visit to test current hormone levels. Based on a comprehensive consultation and extensive lab work, providers will determine candidacy through the BioTE method. Patients will schedule a quick follow-up appointment to review their results and for pellet therapy insertion.

What Are the Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance in Men?

The most common symptoms of hormonal imbalance in men are often disregarded until they impact quality of life so severely that treatment is aggressively sought out. Some of the symptoms of hormonal imbalance in men include:

  • Low Energy
  • Sleeplessness
  • Weight Gain
  • Brain Fog
  • Decreased Sexual Performance
  • Inability to Maintain Muscle Mass
  • Low Mood
  • Anxiousness
  • Elevated Blood Sugar
  • Abnormal Heart Conditions
  • Decreased Bone Density

Do You Identify With the Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance?

How do patients learn more about the BioTE method? First, they use our find a certified BioTE provider tool to contact a certified BioTE provider near them. Providers request extensive lab work looking at current hormone levels and other indicators of a hormone imbalance. Based on a hormone consultation and a review of a blood panel, a certified BioTE provider will determine if their candidacy for bioidentical hormone replacement therapy.

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.