Testosterone Replacement Therapy is the most common treatment to address the symptoms of andropause. The good news is that in many cases the therapy produces effective results. The goal of this therapy is to restore sexual drive, improve sexual functioning, enhance a sense of well-being, optimize bone density, restore muscular strength, and improve mental functionality.
HRT to treat andropause can be performed in a number of ways. Depending on the patientís condition, the therapy can be done in the form of capsules or tablets, injections, slow release pellets with long action, and transdermal treatment through gels and patches. Therapy performed through the skin is usually considered to be the most effective, and also the safest with minimal risk of side effects.