ARC Leander Physician Describes Low T Symptoms

Male hypogonadism, also called low testosterone or low T, is a condition in which the body doesn't produce enough testosterone — the hormone that plays a key role in masculine growth and development during puberty — or has an impaired ability to produce sperm or both.

Dr. Rodolfo G. Gutierrez-MaciasFamily Medicine physician at ARC Leander says, “Symptoms include moodiness, feeling depressed, fatigue and lack of energy, an increase in body fat, reduced muscle and bone mass, and even hair loss.”

“If you have some of these symptoms and think you might have low testosterone, talk to your doctor today, ” suggests Dr. Gutierrez-Macias. Hear his complete message on this podcast.

If you would like to talk to a physician about your testosterone, make an appointment with Dr. Gutierrez-Macias at ARC Leander. Request an appointment online or via MyChart, or by calling ARC Leander at 512-259-2198.

For more health tips from ARC doctors, tune into the weekly ARC Healthcare Minute on KLBJ News Radio 590AM/99FM at 7:29am and 8:29am. You can also listen to podcasts from past episodes on the ARC website.

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