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Testosterone is a vital hormone for men, and sometimes, low levels go unnoticed. Here are surprising signs that will help you spot a low T.
Testosterone is a hormone that is produced in a man’s testicles. It stimulates his sperm production; controls his libido; and during puberty, it determines the growth of his penis, the deepening of his voice, and builds muscles and bones. Just as in women, where oestrogen levels go down with age, in men too, testosterone levels begin to decline with age, starting at 30. A decrease in sexual desires may accompany this decline, but men often mistakenly assume that a total lack of sexual appetite or erectile dysfunction is only because of age-related testosterone decline. The truth is, these symptoms could be due to several other reasons, such as thyroid issues, diabetes, coronary heart disease, high blood pressure, depression etc. So, while the correct diagnosis is very important, what’s more important is to know a low T when you see one. Before we begin, know that a normal range of testosterone is between 300-800 nanogram per deciliter, though the upper limit varies.
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