Normal Levels of Testosterone in Men
The normal levels of testosterone range between 300 and 900 nanograms per deciliter, but testosterone has been shown to reduce with age. Some men are at greater risk than others – hypogonadism odds are higher amongst people with hypertension, diabetes, obesity or prostate disease. Testosterone is a hormone produced in the testicles and is necessary not only for the proper development of male sexual features but also for maintaining muscle mass, bone growth and sexual function. Currently, the best way to tackle testosterone deficiency is testosterone replacement therapy. Testosterone treatment can be administered in a number of ways including but not limited to intramuscular injections, testosterone gel applications, subcutaneous pellet or via a testosterone stick that is applied like deodorant under the arm. Mouth patches are also a common way of administrating testosterone in patients, diagnosed with low T, and work by continuously releasing testosterone into the blood. All of these options are efficient low T-therapies and can enhance both your sexual function and general well-being.