Understand your condition
Assess your symptoms
Aging Male Symptoms (AMS)
The AMS self assessment is well suited to assist in both the diagnosis of testosterone deficiency and for the monitoring of treatment in patients using testosterone replacement therapy.
Conditions & treatment options.
What is Testosterone?
Testosterone is the male hormone produced naturally in both men and women. In men testosterone is produced by the testes, and in women the ovaries produce the hormone testosterone.
Men produce more testosterone than women.
What does Testosterone in Men do?
Testosterone (also known as the male sex hormone) is the hormone that:
- Develops reproductive tissue
- Builds muscle bulk
- Activates the growth of facial and body hair
- Deepens the voice
- Changes fat distribution in the body
- Increases bone growth
- Enables the body to retain nitrogen, calcium, sodium, potassium, chloride and phosphate
- Makes the skin less fatty
Testosterone levels also greatly effect:
What Causes Testosterone Levels to Change?
Male testosterone levels can be affected by a number of different factors. These can include external factors such as aging, smoking and alcohol abuse, or they can be the result of testicular or brain disorders.
Testosterone Deficiency Information
AndroForte® 5% Testosterone Cream is specially formulated for men with low blood testosterone levels.
AndroForte® 2% Testosterone Cream is specially formulated for men with low blood testosterone levels.