What is andropause?

Andropause, sometimes called male menopause, is a gradual age-related decline in testosterone and other hormones in men. It can cause symptoms similar to female menopause, including:

Unlike female menopause, andropause doesn't involve an abrupt shutting down of the reproductive system. Instead, hormone levels fall slowly, which is why symptoms often develop slowly over time.

The decline of testosterone and other hormones starts around age 30 but symptoms may not appear until age 50 or later. Contributing factors can include:

If you think you may be experiencing andropause, get checked out by your doctor. A simple blood test can measure your testosterone levels to determine if they are abnormally low.

Getting on a customized hormone replacement therapy (HRT) program can help restore optimal hormone levels, thereby relieving symptoms. The experts at Hormone Harmony specialize in HRT programs tailored to each patient's unique needs.

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