Some of the most common symptoms associated with Andropause include:
It is still uncertain if these conditions are directly caused by low testosterone or if decreased production is simply a result of preexisting conditions. For example, erectile dysfunction is usually the result of restricted arteries, but the condition is almost always accompanied by decreased levels of testosterone.
The most obvious therapy for treating the loss of testosterone levels is to increase them again through Testosterone Replacement Therapy or Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT). This increase can be received through a variety of methods. Some of them include:
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