How can the andropause be treated?
Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT)
TRT is one of the most common andropause treatment methods and there are several ways in which it can be administered. It can involve taking medication in the form of intramuscular injections, topical creams or transdermal patches.
There are many factors that affect testosterone levels, and they may involve everyday issues such as; stress, lack of sleep or a poor diet. Making small changes to your routine can often have a positive effect and decrease the likelihood of experiencing andropause.
What andropause treatment services do we offer?
- In-depth assessment: Mr. Baldo, our Consultant Urologist will carry out a detailed assessment with you, including screening bloods (additional charge) and discuss treatment options with you. He may suggest replacing your testosterone with medication as a way of improving your levels along with non-medical/lifestyle actions.
- Mental health support: We understand low testosterone levels can affect your mental health. We have an experienced, understanding team to support our patients at all stages of the andropause treatment. Mr. Baldo works closely with Dr. Barker, our Consultant Psychologist to address the psychological symptoms of the andropause.
- Tailored consultations: Everyone’s experience is unique, and we’ll work with you to create a consultation programme that meets your needs. Mr. Baldo does also offer virtual follow-up appointments to work around your schedule.
For an initial assessment and investigations into possible low testosterone symptoms, please book through our website.