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At Omniya Clinic in London

TRT treatment for men and women at Omniya clinic in London involves our experience hormone Doctors developing a personalised service to match your specific symptoms and needs.

In order to help achieve optimal health and wellbeing, balanced hormones are crucial, regardless of whether you are a man or a woman. This page covers the benefits of TRT for men and women.

For men, testosterone is the most important male hormone (androgen). Low testosterone levels can lead to many men experiencing symptoms of weight gain, decreased motivation, low libido, depression, and tiredness. This is known as andropause, which is commonly deemed male menopause. A common treatment is Testosterone Replacement Therapy available at our TRT UK Clinic.

Andropause is a decline in a man’s testosterone level that is most commonly noticeable as a man reaches his late 30’s to early 40’s and has symptomatic hypogonadism. Whilst it is not widely understood, at Omniya, we know that experiencing symptoms of andropause can be difficult to manage alone.

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What Is TRT In The UK?

Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT),  also referred to as androgen therapy, is primarily used to treat low or reduced testosterone levels. Testosterone levels can decline with age or as a result of a medical condition.

At our TRT UK clinic, treatment for men is designed to address symptoms that accompany a physiological and clinical decline in testosterone levels. Symptoms can include but are not limited to, depression, low libido, weight gain, limited body hair and more.

Testosterone Replacement Therapy is a highly specialised process that’s unique to every individual and there is no one-size-fits-all approach.

What Is Testosterone?

Testosterone is a hormone that is found in men and women (as well as other animals). For men, the testicles produce testosterone. In women, testosterone is produced in the ovaries, but in much smaller quantities. The production of men’s testosterone increases significantly during puberty and then starts to decline – typically in a man’s 30s or early 40’s.

Testosterone is commonly associated with libido and sperm production. However, it also impacts muscle mass, bone density and how we store our fat. A man’s testosterone level can also impact his mood and memory. It is also responsible for producing male characteristics, such as muscularity and facial hair, as well as the development of the male sex organs.

Low Testosterone Health Risks

Low testosterone has been linked to increased risk to health in men according to hormone research. Conditions such as metabolic syndrome, obesity and diabetes among others have shown up in research studies when looking at the increased risks associated with low testosterone. If you are resembling symptoms of low testosterone levels, speak to a Dr to get the best advice on the right testosterone treatment for you.

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What Is Andropause?

Andropause, taken from the Greek ‘andras’ (human male) and ‘pause’ (cessation), occurs when testosterone levels start to decline. It is defined as a condition that is associated with many symptoms, including mood changes, low energy, anxiety, decreased sexual satisfaction, weight gain, depression and erectile dysfunction.

Does Male Menopause Exist?

Andropause is often considered as the male version of menopause. Whilst both are associated with a decline in hormone levels (primarily estrogen and progesterone for menopause and testosterone for men), and the symptoms are life-changing, men experience a gradual decline over a longer period than is the case for women suffering from menopause. 

Advantages Of TRT In The UK?

There are several benefits that testosterone replacement therapy can provide. These can include:

Improved sexual desire (libido)

Increase in muscle mass and reduction in body fat

Increased strength

Stronger bones

Increased confidence

Improved mood

Reduction of ‘brain fog’ and better cognitive abilities

Improved sleep

Improved ability to handle stress

Improved heart function

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