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About Low T


Symptoms of Low T

Low testosterone, or "Low T," is a condition that affects as many as 13 million American men. It occurs when the body is unable to produce sufficient quantities of testosterone. The medical name for low testosterone in men is hypogonadism. It can be caused by many factors, including certain genetic conditions, testicular damage or infection, and exposure to toxins, radiation, or chemotherapy.

Low testosterone is often associated with aging for both men and women. Yes, women also suffer from low T levels. Women have many of the same symptoms as men: obesity, diabetes, or hypertension may be twice as likely to have low testosterone levels.

Physicians see more effects from testosterone deficiency as a woman approaches and enters menopause. The ovaries produce the majority of testosterone and estrogens. With the cessation of 80% of hormonal production, a peri- menopausal woman suffers from estrogen, progesterone and testosterone deficiency. The replacement of estrogen alone does not correct an absent sex drive, loss of muscle tone and general lack of mental get-up-and-go. The decrease in sex drive in women is often due to oral contraceptives which suppress all sex hormone production (testosterone, estrogens and progesterone). The treatment is relatively simple: add back some testosterone.

The goal of testosterone replacement therapy is to return testosterone levels into the normal range and relieve symptoms.

Men and women with low testosterone may experience symptoms such as fatigue or low energy, a decrease in sex drive and sexual function, and increased irritability or depression. Men with low testosterone may also notice a loss in muscle mass, decreased strength, and more fat around their abdomen. Longstanding low testosterone can cause a decrease in bone mineral density, increasing the risk for osteoporosis (loss of bone mass).

These symptoms are often explained away as "I’m just getting older." However, the real problem may be low testosterone. Because the symptoms of low testosterone are often subtle, and similar to those caused by other medical conditions, Low T often goes untreated, with only 1 in 20 men (and even less in women) with the condition receiving treatment.

On the brain:

  • Sex drive and performance decrease
  • Energy level decrease
  • Irritability and depression increases

On the body:

  • Lean body mass (muscle) decreases
  • Fat mass- abdominal fat increases
  • Bone mineral density decreases

Low T and Erectile Dysfunction:

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) can be caused by physical and/or emotional factors. It has been estimated that the prevalence of ED in U.S. men could be up to 30 million. ED has been associated with age, with a prevalence of 52% in men aged 40 to 70 years old. According to a recent study, one out of five men with ED had low testosterone. Low testosterone is often associated with a loss of sexual desire, as well as a number of other symptoms.

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