Low down on low testosterone

Recommended by Dr. Michael White, Published on July 25th, 2014
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MEMPHIS, TN -

(WMC) - Tired, overweight, and otherwise uninterested in the bedroom? Ads on TV suggest these symptoms could mean a man is suffering from low "T," and that he should take drugs to increase his testosterone.

But is there a risked involved, not only to the him, but also his family?

The ads are everywhere and so are the men buying in.

"Your sex drive will increase whether you need it or not," said low T patient Brian Watkins.

Watkins, a Memphis insurance agent, says when he hit his 40s testosterone therapy gave him the boost he needed.

"I'm a lot more active with the children, a lot more active in my day-to-day life," he said.

At $25 per shot, he says he feels like his old self, and he's 25 pounds lighter.

It's a different story for William "Gordon" Booth.

"It took a toll on me," he said.

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