Men's Health


experiencing hormonal deficiency?

Symptoms that are associated with a deficiency in testosterone in men:


  • Reduced libido

  • Difficulty obtaining or maintaining an erection

  • Difficulty concentrating or making decisions

  • Poor results from exercise programs

  • Increase in body fat

  • Loss of lean body (muscle) mass

  • Loss of bone density

  • Depression

  • Poor work performance

  • Unfavorable changes in cholesterol profile


Testosterone deficiency syndrome can also contribute to the onset or worsening of various diseases. 

  • Increased risk of cardiovascular disease.

  • Increased risk of death from a cardiovascular event.

  • Increased risk of metabolic syndrome: high blood pressure, elevated insulin levels, excess belly fat and abnormal cholesterol levels.

  • Strong association with diabetes.

  • Strong association with atherosclerotic disease of the aorta.

  • Higher incidence of prostate cancer.

  • Association with more aggressive variants of cancer.


  • Fat burning

  • Improve your sexual performance

  • Increase your energy

  • Reduces depression

  • Helps improve mood

  • Improve memory

  • ​Maintains bone density

  • Increase your libido

  • Increase muscle mass

  • Improve sleep

  • Stimulates the production of red cells

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therapy of biodentical hormonal replacement

How does it work?

Based on general consultation and the results of the laboratory to which they will be sent, the necessary milligrams in your body will be calculated

Testosterone pellets are about the size of a grain of rice and are implanted subcutaneously in the hip or buttock area. these contain crystallized testosterone, which is released gradually over about six months


The most effective method of hormone replacement. The pellets do not increase the risk of blood clots, have been shown be most effective in relieving a variety of symptoms of andropause attributing a number of benefits.