Low Testosterone (Low T) Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on March 26th, 2020
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As testosterone levels decline, many men feel as though they're "getting old" much faster. In fact, many symptoms, once considered a natural part of the aging process like lethargy, depression, irritability, sexual dysfunction, and mood swings, may actually be the low testosterone symptoms. Sound familiar? In men, the low testosterone levels lead to Andropause, often referred to as "Male Menopause".

300 nanograms/dl is the standard testosterone limit below which it is termed as low testosterone level. Testosterone decline and low testosterone symptoms are common with the aging process. Starting around the age of 35 to 40, testosterone levels (Total Test) in men, decline by roughly 1% each year.

In medical terms, Hypogonadism is a decline in the normal production of testosterone hormone. Its categorization according to the problem area is as under:

Low testosterone levels involve many worst low testosterone symptoms that deteriorate the life of a suffering man. Few symptoms of declining testosterone are,

 

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