Hypogonadism (low testosterone) is a condition where a man’s body does not produce enough testosterone. Men can be born with hypogonadism or develop the condition during puberty or later in life. Hypogonadism may affect certain physical appearance, reproductive function, and cause symptoms similar to what women can experience with menopause.
Symptoms of low testosterone may include:
-Decreased sexual desire
-Changes in mood
-Loss of energy
If you experience symptoms of low testosterone, you may qualify to participate in our clinical research study using an investigational medication for low testosterone.
- Qualified participants will receive study-related care at no cost.
- Paid for time and travel.
- Insurance is not required.
Dr. Charles White is the study doctor who will oversee the care of each patient. Dr. White is board-certified in urology and has been practicing medicine since 1984. Dr. Harbour Stephens and Dr. Matthew McIntyre play an active role as study doctors for all urology and men's health trials.