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Low Testosterone

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Low serum testosterone, also known as hypogonadism or andropause, affects many men — up to 40 percent — after the age of 45. Your risk for low testosterone increases as you age.

You may have low testosterone if you have symptoms such as:

Risk factors for low testosterone include:

Why Choose UHealth?

Advanced research in men’s health. Our urologists are dedicated to men’s health and conduct innovative research into many conditions. Our expert team has helped develop new minimally invasive and robotic surgical procedures to treat cancers, incontinence, and more. We give you access to leading-edge treatments and clinical trials that aren’t widely available. In addition, we have established the eighth fellowship program in the nation dedicated solely to teaching physicians how to care for men’s health. 

Innovative, expert urology care. Our team of urology experts delivers advanced care for all urologic conditions. We use the latest research and the least invasive procedures to help you feel better and recover more quickly. Our experienced urologists design a personalized treatment plan to give you the best possible results.

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  • Testosterone Replacement Therapy

    Your doctor can help increase your levels of testosterone with replacement therapy. With this therapy, you will receive testosterone through gels, pills, patches, or injections.


  • Blood Tests

    Your doctor will take a sample of your blood to check your testosterone levels. They will also check levels of other hormones, such as estradiol and luteinizing hormone, that can cause low testosterone.

  • Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) Testing

    Your doctor will also use a blood test to check your PSA levels. High PSA levels may mean you have prostate cancer, which can affect testosterone levels.

Accepted Insurances

Note: Health plans that are currently contracted with UHealth are listed below. However, please check with your insurance provider to verify that UHealth is part of your provider network.