How Testosterone Therapy Can Enhance Intimacy

When you have low testosterone, you can experience a number of frustrating side effects to your energy level, motivation, and overall health. Some of the most frustrating symptoms of decreased testosterone levels can be diminished sexual performance and drive, which can make intimacy with your partner more challenging.

If your low testosterone levels are hurting your relationship, the good news is that Hasan Badday, MD has a solution. By getting testosterone replacement therapy at Pacific Pain & Regenerative Medicine in Los Angeles and Irvine, California, you can reinvigorate your sex life and improve intimacy.

Here’s how getting testosterone therapy can enhance the intimacy level in your relationship.

Testosterone increases your sex drive

Men with low testosterone frequently experience a lowered libido and decreased desire to have sex. Reduced testosterone levels can also make you feel fatigued and lethargic, which further contributes to your lowered interest in sex with your partner.

Fortunately, testosterone therapy improves your sex drive, which gives you back the interest you had when you were younger. Having more frequent sex with and desire for your partner helps you experience greater levels of intimacy in your relationship.

Testosterone improves your sexual performance

When you do experience the desire to have sex, low testosterone can put a damper on things by hurting your performance during sex. Low testosterone has a number of potential sexual performance side effects for men, including:

Testosterone therapy is a solution for many issues related to your sexual performance and can reverse some cases of erectile dysfunction. You will also enjoy your orgasms more, increasing your desire for sex with your partner.

With the higher levels of energy and improved muscle mass testosterone replacement therapy brings, you’ll also have more stamina and strength to last longer during sex. This can revitalize the intimacy levels you experience with your partner.

Testosterone makes you and your partner more satisfied with sexual intimacy

As you improve your sexual performance and have the desire for sex more often, you and your partner will both find intimacy enhanced in your relationship. Longer and more frequent sexual sessions can also lead to increased affection with your partner before and after sex.

This allows you to not only have a more satisfying physical connection but also increased emotional intimacy. You’ll have the opportunity to further your bond as a couple and deepen your relationship.

Schedule your appointment today for testosterone replacement therapy

To discover if testosterone replacement therapy could be right for you, schedule a consultation at Pacific Pain & Regenerative Medicine. Dr. Badday evaluates you, tests your testosterone levels, and develops your treatment plan.

You can get testosterone therapy at Dr. Badday’s offices and return to your usual activities right after the procedure. 

If you’re struggling with diminished sexual drive and performance, call our office most convenient for you or book an appointment online today.

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