Melbourne: A study by Australian scientists has found that age does not play a role in the dropping of testosterone levels in healthy older men.
The modest decline in blood testosterone among older men, usually coupled with non-specific symptoms, such as easy fatigue and low sexual desire, may be due to symptomatic disorders that accumulate during aging, including obesity and heart disease," he said. It does not appear to be a hormone deficiency state," he stated, The message for patients and their doctors, Handelsman said, is "older men with low testosterone levels do not need testosterone therapy unless they have diseases of their pituitary or testes". ANI
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