Testosterone

Men with low levels of testosterone (also called low T or hypogonadism) and can have a variety of symptoms that are troubling to men and to their partners.

These include:

 

- Decreased sexual desire (libido)

- Weak erections

- Reduced energy

- Fatigue

- Depressed mood

- Reduced muscle response to exercise

- Increased fat, especially abdominal fat

 

Physicians at MHB have been at the forefront of the diagnosis and management of low testosterone and sex drive for many years.

Research conducted at MHB has led to several key advances in the field, including the careful use of testosterone in men with prostate cancer.

Due to the complicated nature of diagnosing and caring for men with low testosterone, our patients travel from around the US and the world to be treated on site by our experts.

For many men, treatment is life altering, providing them with renewed energy, confidence, and a sense of wellbeing.

Meet the Founder

Dr. Morgentaler Dr. Morgentaler is an internationally recognized clinician and research authority on testosterone deficiency and its treatment and health effects.

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