How low testosterone could be deadly

Recommended by Dr. Michael White, Updated on January 5th, 2018

Experiencing a low sex drive?

It's more common than you think. Low testosterone affects both men and women.

Both sexes also experience a lack of energy and a decrease in bone density and muscle mass.

It is not unusual for women to seek help with a doctor, but it is for men.

Men generally start to lose testosterone after the age of 40, as our bodies produce less and less every year.

About 95 percent of men with low T go untreated. Now, research has found that can have deadly consequences.

I knew there was something wrong. I just couldn't put a finger on what it was, said Jon Yaskowitz of Glendale. He has been struggling with low levels of testosterone for almost 20 years.


Jon experienced typical symptoms like fatigue, sadness and a general lack of energy.

It was getting incredibly difficult to do normal activities that I used to do, said Jon.

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