Male Menopause (Andropause) Treatment London

with Eve Clinics

Treatment By

Urology Surgeon

Treatment Type




Consultation Time

10 – 30 Minutes

Results Seen




Male menopause, also known as andropause or late-onset hypogonadism, refers to a decrease in testosterone levels in men as they age. While it shares some similarities with menopause in women, it is not as clearly defined. Symptoms can include fatigue, decreased libido, erectile dysfunction, mood swings, irritability, and decreased muscle mass. However, not all men will experience these symptoms, and they can also be caused by other health conditions. At Eve Clinics on Harley Street in London, Mr Richard Viney, our Urology Consultant offers a variety of different treatments to help. This includes testosterone replacement therapy and lifestyle changes.

Treatment Areas

  • Holistic approach

Treatment Benefits

  • Holistic treatment based on your concerns

  • Restores sexual confidence

  • Suitable for all

  • Male Urology surgeon

While menopause is commonly associated with women, it’s essential to acknowledge that men too experience a similar phase known as andropause, or male menopause. Dr Richard Viney, our Urology Consultant at Eve Clinics London, is dedicated to guiding men through this transitional period with personalised treatment and lifestyle enhancement strategies.

What Causes Andropause?

Andropause typically occurs as a result of age-related hormonal changes, particularly a decline in testosterone levels. Testosterone, the primary male sex hormone, plays a role in various bodily functions, including muscle mass maintenance, bone density, mood regulation, and libido. As men age, usually starting in their late 40s or early 50s, testosterone production gradually decreases, leading to the onset of andropause.

Signs and Symptoms

The signs and symptoms of andropause can vary from individual to individual but often include:

  1. Decreased Libido: One of the most noticeable changes is a decline in sexual desire or libido.
  2. Erectile Dysfunction: Difficulty in achieving or maintaining erections may become more prevalent.
  3. Fatigue and Energy Loss: Many men experience increased fatigue, decreased energy levels, and a general sense of lethargy.
  4. Mood Swings: Changes in mood, irritability, and even depression may occur due to hormonal fluctuations.
  5. Loss of Muscle Mass and Strength: Testosterone plays a crucial role in maintaining muscle mass and strength, so a decline in testosterone levels can lead to muscle loss and weakness.
  6. Weight Gain and Body Fat Redistribution: Men may notice an increase in body fat, particularly around the abdomen or the development of man boobs.

Effects on Life

The effects of andropause extend beyond physical symptoms and can significantly impact a man’s quality of life. Decreased libido and sexual function can strain relationships, while fatigue and mood swings can affect work performance and social interactions. Additionally, changes in body composition and muscle mass can lead to a loss of confidence and self-esteem.

Dr Richard Viney’s Approach

At Eve Clinics, Dr Richard Viney specialises in providing tailored treatment and advice to help men navigate through andropause with confidence. Through comprehensive consultations, either in person or via telephone or video, Dr Viney takes the time to understand each patient’s unique concerns and health goals.

Dr. Viney offers a range of bespoke treatment options aimed at addressing the specific needs of each individual. These may include hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to replenish testosterone levels, lifestyle modifications such as diet and exercise programs to improve overall health and well-being and counselling or therapy to address psychological symptoms.

Improving Lifestyle

In addition to medical treatments, Dr Viney emphasises the importance of adopting a healthy lifestyle to mitigate the effects of andropause. This may involve incorporating regular exercise routines, maintaining a balanced diet rich in essential nutrients, managing stress through relaxation techniques or mindfulness practices and building strong support networks.

Video and telephone consultations

At Eve Clinics, we recognise the importance of accessibility and convenience. Dr Viney offers telephone or video consultations for those unable to visit Eve Clinics in person. This ensures that men can receive expert guidance and support from the comfort of their own homes.

Andropause is a natural phase of life that men may encounter as they age. However, with the expertise and personalised care provided by Dr Richard Viney at Eve Clinics, men can navigate through this transition with confidence and a renewed sense of wellbeing.

Patient Confidentiality

At Eve Clinics, patient confidentiality is of the utmost importance. All personal and medical information shared during consultations and treatments is kept strictly confidential. Our clinic adheres to the highest standards of privacy to ensure a secure and comfortable experience for every individual seeking private area treatments.

Frequently Asked Questions

Male menopause or andropause, refers to a gradual decline in testosterone levels in men as they age. It’s often characterised by a variety of symptoms, both physical and emotional, similar to those experienced by women during menopause.

Symptoms of male menopause can include fatigue, decreased libido, erectile dysfunction, mood swings, irritability, depression, decreased muscle mass, and weight gain. However, not all men experience these symptoms, and they can vary in severity.

Male menopause is primarily caused by a decline in testosterone production, which naturally occurs with age. Other factors such as stress, poor lifestyle choices, obesity, and certain medical conditions can also contribute to its onset or exacerbate its symptoms.

Male menopause typically occurs in men between the ages of 40 and 60, though it can occur earlier or later in some individuals. The decline in testosterone levels is gradual, and symptoms may develop over a period of several years.

Male menopause is diagnosed based on symptoms and a blood test to measure testosterone levels. We will need to rule out other underlying medical conditions that may cause similar symptoms.

Yes, male menopause can be treated. Treatment options may include testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), lifestyle changes such as regular exercise and a healthy diet, stress management techniques, and counselling or therapy to address emotional symptoms.

Yes, adopting a healthy lifestyle can help alleviate symptoms of male menopause. Regular exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, reducing stress, getting enough sleep, and avoiding excessive alcohol and tobacco use can all positively impact hormone levels and overall well-being.

Yes, male menopause is considered a natural part of ageing, as testosterone levels naturally decline with age. However, not all men will experience significant symptoms, and the severity of symptoms can vary widely among individuals.

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