TestosteroneReplacement Therapy

TRT is an acronym for testosterone replacement therapy, sometimes called androgen replacement therapy. It’s primarily used to treat low testosterone levels, which can occur with age, as the result of a medical condition or because of a genetic disposition.

 

At Project Alpha, we improve men’s testosterone levels by using a personalised approach to alleviate symptoms and enhance your quality of life.

ErectileDysfunction

Erectile dysfunction is when a man cannot maintain a solid erection and is therefore unable to sexually perform. It is possibly one of the most common and embarrassing issues a man can face, with the majority of men experiencing it at least once or twice in their lifetime. Erectile dysfunction can be caused by a number of different factors from lifestyle issues (including alcohol use and stress) to hormonal imbalances, and we will work with you to identify what’s causing your problems to help solve them.

HairLoss

Hair loss is a multi-faceted, common and, for some, embarrassing issue. There are numerous factors attributing to hair loss in men such as heredity baldness, hormonal changes, medical conditions or ageing. At Project Alpha, we understand that a full head of hair makes a man feel younger and generally better about himself. With 1 in 4 men aged 30 and older in the UK experiencing hair loss we understand that it is a massive issue for many.

FertilityTreatments

Infertility is defined by the NHS as the inability to conceive after a sustained period of trying for a baby. 84% of people will conceive naturally in the first year of trying with a further 50% of the remaining couples conceiving in year two. If you fall outside of this, or think you might have low fertility, don’t worry you’re not alone. It is estimated that 1 in 5 otherwise healthy men have fertility issues and Project Alpha is here to help every one of you.

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