Increased testosterone levels results in a leaner body in men suffering from hypogonadism. Low-T treatment patients gain typically 3 to 6 pounds of lean muscle mass in the first month of treatment.
Low testosterone is believed to cause decreased mood and well-being as well as depression. Though TRT treatment does not cure all forms of mood disorders, some studies have shown Low-T therapy improves mood and overall quality of life and reduces depression.
Low-T replacement therapy produces moderate decrease in fat mass, especially abdominal fat mass, in men suffering from hypogonadism. The decrease in fat mass is between 5 to 10 pounds in the first six months of starting (TRT) Low-T replacement therapy.
In men with low testosterone levels, Low-T treatments can improve bone mineral density and reduce the bone fracture, an effect similar to that present in women on estrogen replacement.
Most studies agree that sexual function is improved by testosterone therapy. Erectile dysfunction caused by low testosterone levels can be improved through Low-T replacement therapy.