Does Your Voice Change a Little Due to Hormone Replacement?
Remember when your voice changed in your teen years? Although that time of your life could have been awkward, like it was for so many of us, it was also exciting. You were becoming a man, and testosterone is what made you sound and look like it. But around age 30, many men’s testosterone levels begin to decline, and that can affect both your body and mind. Testosterone helps maintain your:
- Bone density
- Fat distribution
- Muscle strength and mass
- Facial and body hair
- Red blood cell production
- Sex drive
- Sperm production
Will your voice change due to hormone replacement for Low Testosterone?
A blood test will diagnose Low Testosterone (Low T). If you undergo testosterone therapy, like many men, you may feel younger and more vigorous as you age. You may see improvements in sexual desire and function. But a change in voice is rare. In fact, very few studies have revealed significant voice changes during hormone replacement for Low T. Some concentrated studies, however, have revealed mixed results. One study of healthy men who took testosterone medications increased muscle mass, but didn’t gain strength.
Individualized hormone replacement therapy for Low T is nearby
Although millions of men are diagnosed with Low T and receive therapy, all men’s needs are not alike. This is why it’s so important for you to know that at SynergenX Health, we provide personalized, medically supervised hormone replacement in Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, and Chicago. From assessing your candidacy for testosterone replacement therapy to carefully monitoring your progress, we will be with you every step of the way on your journey back to feeling like yourself again.
To schedule an appointment, call toll-free, 888-219-7259 to find the location nearest you, or click here to use our online form.