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How Low Testosterone Affects Health,
Mood, and Sex

Low Testosterone: Getting a Diagnosis and Treatment

What does having low testosterone mean?

Find out when testosterone replacement therapy is an option.

How Low Testosterone Can Affect Your Health

How Low Testosterone Can Mean Losing Your Sex Drive
If your sexual drive is getting low as you age, it may be due to a lack of testosterone. Find out if low testosterone is causing the problem.
Medical Problems Associated With Low Testosterone
Men who are overweight or have diabetes or high blood pressure may be more likely to have low testosterone levels. What's the link?

Low Testosterone: Having a Conversation With Your Doctor

How to Ask About Low Testosterone
Talking about low testosterone with your doctor doesn't have to be embarrassing. Use these questions to get the conversation going.
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