Men's and Women's
Specialty Health Centers
Hormone and Infertility Clinic in Noblesville, Indiana

Men's Overview

Why Testosterone (Low T) Therapy?
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Two years after its Nobel Prize-winning discovery, Testosterone was first clinically used for hormone replacement in men in 1937. Since then, Testosterone therapy has been prescribed for millions of men with the numbers of symptomatic men seeking treatment rapidly increasing.
Before receiving Testosterone pellets I was fatigued constantly for about 2 years. Then after my energy levels returned I feel fantastic, energy is there. I am able to play with my children, workout, and enjoy life. I was also moody prior to pellets, and after which my mood has returned to normal allowing me to enjoy life again. Thank you!
Reduced, deficient or low testosterone syndrome has been labeled with various names: Low T, Low Testosterone, Testosterone Deficiency, Andropause and Androgen Deficiency in the Aging Male (ADAM), to name a few.
Testosterone prescriptions increased 5 fold during the 1990’s alone. Currently, Testosterone hormone replacement therapy is prescribed nationally with the healthcare cost billed at two billion dollars per year.
As men age, a decline in testosterone occurs as early in his mid-30’s, this condition can result in serious health risks. Testosterone deficiency can also lead to a number of disturbing symptoms, all leading into a loss of quality of life that can affect not only your health but limit your activities you once enjoyed. The good news, if you do have low testosterone, it can be restored to normal levels through physician supervised treatment plan individualized for you.
Free Screening
A simple blood test drawn at our office M-F 8AM-12:30 is available, or visit any MACL drawl site listed on the map below. We will provide you with the necessary lab orders in order to have your results for the new patient appointment. Call us at 888-811-8741 or use the contact form to get started or find a MACL location below.
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David McLaughlin, MD