Male hormones regulate bodily functions and processes in men. When these hormones are imbalanced, they can have serious effects on the body. Learn more about the symptoms of hormone imbalance in men below.

What are the Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance in Men?

Ranging from mild to severe, the symptoms of an imbalance in male hormones are frustrating and can affect everyday life. Some of the symptoms of hormone imbalance in men may include:

  • Low energy*
  • Inability to sleep*
  • Weight gain*
  • Brain fog*
  • Inability to maintain muscle mass*
  • Low mood*
  • Anxiousness*
  • Acne*
  • Unstable blood sugar*
  • Low blood pressure*
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The reproductive symptoms of hormonal imbalance in men may include:

  • Decreased sexual performance*
  • Low libido*
  • A lack of interest in sexual activity*
  • Low self-esteem*

Patients can choose three common paths for a course of medical treatment for a hormonal imbalance in men. The first is doing nothing to solve your patient’s problems and hoping that they will feel better. The second is going the conventional medicine route and prescribing medication after medication to treat their symptoms. The third is to consider the perspective of preventative medicine by optimizing hormones with the Biote Method.

What Therapy Does Biote Use to Optimize Male Hormones?

Patients have reported that one path to the relief of their hormone imbalance symptoms is through bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, or BHRT. Biote Certified Providers use pellets, which can be inserted during an office visit in only a few minutes. Within up to two to four weeks after pellet insertion, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) may begin to relieve some symptoms of hormonal imbalance in men. Many report feeling the full benefits of BHRT after their second insertion.

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Price Increase

Dear Valued Patient, 

Since opening our doors June 2016 we have made every effort to avoid raising our prices for any of our services.

It’s no secret that the economy has had some sharp upturns in the past 2 years; it is due to these upturns that we have found the need to raise our Pelleting and Self Pay pricing in order to continue to provide the same level of care.