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Andropause (Male Low Testosterone)

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How real is Andropause? The medical profession has long debated the existence of male menopause or the period of a man's life characterized by lower than normal testosterone levels (Low T).

Does Male Menopause really exist? If so, at what age does it start to affect men? What are the symptoms of Andropause? Are they reversible with hormone treatment? If they are, what treatment options exist? What precautions can a man take to prevent or postpone its arrival? How is it similar to or different from female menopause?

After the age of 30, testosterone declines about 1% to 2% per year. At some point, testosterone levels decrease to such a low level that a man becomes testosterone deficient. It is at this stage in a man's life that Andropause or Male Menopause has a real impact on a man's sex life, mood, work life and relationships in general. Loss of sex drive, extreme fatigue, excessive weight gain, muscle loss and weakness, inability to recover from exercise, wide mood swings, insomnia, night sweats, sadness and depression are symptoms that become an everyday occurrence. Testosterone Therapy Treatments can help! If you think you may have Low T - Contact a Testosterone Specialist

Low T and Male Aging. Most signs and symptoms of male aging coincide with testosterone hormone loss or imbalance. A simple blood test can tell you if you are androgen hormone deficient. Read more about Andropause (Hypogonadism) below, and fill out the Men's Hormone Info Form for a Free Hormone Therapy Consultation to find out more about Testosterone Replacement other hormone therapies like HGH and HCG.

Male Hormone Health. Until recently, the entire subject of men's sexual health and male menopause was steeped in confusion and controversy. While women were accused of going through middle-aged crises and menopause-related symptoms, their male counterparts got away with the myth of the 'ageless male' and boasted of sexual virility all the way to their graves. Discussion of male sexual dysfunction was taboo. Rarely, was erectile dysfunction or Low T a common discussion among men, their partners or even their family physicians.

Andropause Facts

Testosterone is the hormone responsible for sex drive, firm erections, bigger bones, deeper voices, muscle mass and a more athletic build, greater assertiveness, more stable mood, facial and body hair. As men age, especially over the age of 40, the level of testosterone produced in the body and quantity of sperm made gradually declines. Older men experience negative physical, sexual and psychological symptoms as a result of these lowered androgen levels. Testosterone loss is part of the natural aging process. In some aging men, it is estimated that up to 10% of their testosterone production decreases every 10 years.

Andropause is a male health condition that is associated with the decrease in the male sex hormone, Testosterone. It is unlike female menopause in that the decline in testosterone and andropausal symptoms is more gradual than menopausal symtoms in women which is quite sudden and dramatic. Approximately 40% of men over the age of 50 will experience symptoms caused by low testosterone levels, and 50% of men over the age of 60 will have erectile problems. Men experiencing andropause, also clinically known as hypogonadism may have a number of symptoms related to low androgen conditions and could be at risk of other serious health conditions such as osteoporosis, obesity and depression without proper treatment.

Andropause refers to the stage of a man's life when testosterone has declined to such low a level that a man is experiencing symptoms such as erectile dysfunction, rapid weight gain, low or lost sex drive, extreme fatigue all day, loose muscles, bursts of anger, night sweats, insomnia, wide mood swings and depression. Talk to one of our Low T specialists, urologists or endocrine physicians about Andropause (also called the male menopause), and symptoms caused by lower than normal testosterone levels in men. Andropause is clinically known as "hypogonadism", a health condition in older men characterized by low testosterone levels with clinical symptoms mostly sexual in nature, including decreased desire for sex, reduced sexual function and potency, fewer spontaneous erections, weak or soft erections and erectile dysfunction. Hopogonadism is the result of a gradual decrease in natural testosterone production with a steady decline in testosterone levels of about 1% per year after the age of 30.

Causes of Andropause

Primary Hypogonadism and Secondary Hypogonadism

Primary Hypogonadism is known as primary testicular failure because loss of testosterone production originates from a problem in the testicles and their specilized androgen producing cells. Secondary Hypogonadism indicates a problem in the pituitary gland that secretes specialized hormones LH and FSH that signal the testicles to produce testosterone when neede. A negative feedback loop known as the Hypothalamic Axis, tells the man's body when insufficient levels of androgen are in the blood stream. This tells the hypothalamus gland to secrete LH or Luteinizing Hormone which in turn stimulates the specialized Leydig cells in the testes to produce testosterone. The inability to secrete androgens or hypothalamic failure causes a subsequent decrease in testosterone, a major factor in men experiencing andropause.

The role SHBG or Sex Hormone Binding Globulin plays in Adnropause.. As men age, not only does the body start making less of its own natural testosterone, but the levels of another protein binding hormone called sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG) increases. SHBG binds to biologically active testosterone in the blood making it unavailable or inactive, and therefore, unable to be used by the body's tissues and cells. As SHBG binds to the available testosterone circulating in the blood, the Free or Bio-available Testosterone decreases. The testosterone that is not bound to the SHBG hormone or bioavailable testosterone is about 2% to 4% of the total testosterone. Men who experience symptoms associated with andropause, have lowered amounts of bioavailable or Free Testosterone circulating in their blood.

Male Hormone Receptors. Another cause of decreasing androgen levels in aging men is that the hormone receptor cells become less efficient and no longer effectively respond to the tesosterone molecule as they once did. This combined with increasing SHBG, ensures that tissues in a man's body that are stimulated by testosterone including the penis, muscle and brain cells, receive a lower amount of it. In addition to sexual dysfunction, androgen deficiency causes the various physical and mental changes in a man such as hot flashes, rapid weight gain, loose muscles, bursts of anger, sleep disturbance, severe mood swings, extreme fatigue and depression.

Men are now more aware of the facts regarding Andropause or Male Menopause. They are more ready to discuss sexual health problems with their doctor and get tested for Andropause. There is no longer any doubt that a man's sexuality, potency and sexual function changes with advancing age. Low T, male enhancement and erectile dysfunction have become a widely accepted topics of discussion. In older men, erections become weaker and less frequent. Some aging men experience penile insensitivity and morning erections may no longer occur.

With advancing age, the urge for sex is reduced as libido wanes, erections take time to come on, and the penis requires more direct stimulation in order to get aroused. in addition, erections may not be as firm, angled and prolonged while ejaculation becomes less plentiful and more feeble. Fertility declines as the quantity and potency of sperm declines The refractory period or interval between erections gets significantly prolonged and the frequency of sex becomes less and less. With declining testosterone levels, softer erections, sexual performance problems and even erectile dysfunction become more common requiring medical intervention. In some men, sexual desire and the need for intimacy becomes so diminished that their personal relationships or marriage become troubled.

How is Andropause Treated

Treatments for Hypogonadism in Men inlcude Androgen Supplementation, HGH Growth Hormone Supplementation, Vasodilators and Prostaglandins. Since Testosterone is the male sex hormone, urologista and endocrinologists prescribe Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) for androgen insufficiency caused by hpogonadism. While testosterone is widely used for treating andropause or hypogonadism in males.

Low T Treatment Options

Men get testosterone replacement therapy by the following methods:
  • Injectable Testosterone
  • Transdermal Adhesive Patch
  • Topical Androgen Gel or Cream
  • Buccal Gum Adhesive Tablet
  • Surgically Implanted Pellets
You can find testosterone injections, androgen gel and creams, patches, pellets and testosterone pills. Therapeutic doses are determined by your lab work results. In the United States, you can only obtain legal testosterone with a prescription. Contact a TRT physician for treatment info at a testosterone clinic near you. At our Anti-Aging Treatment centers you can find a hormone replacement therapy specialist to diagnose low testosterone and prescribe the proper hormone treatment. Our physicians have the experience and knowledge you want in a TRT specialist. Our Low T Centers also offer the most affordable treatment options for Low T and other types of hormone deficiency including Human Growth Hormone. Contact us for a free consultation to discover if Andropause Therapy with Testosterone is right for you.

Is a Mid-Life Crisis Real in Men

Middle age and the aging process. Is impotence and symptoms of sexual dysfunction all because of the maturation or aging process? Is it because by middle-age man has had enough sex so as not to be preoccupied with it any longer? Is ED inevitable because a man's wife has aged somewhat, and is no longer as attractive or interested in sex as before? Or can it be because of the pressures in the work-place, the demands of parenthood, financial pressures, weight gain, unhealthy lifetstyle, alcohol or drug use, stress or pre-occupation with the lives of children and aging parents? The answer is, all of these factors can contribute to symptoms of Low T in men as well as erectile dysfunction. Male impotence can be caused by androgen deficiency, and vasodilators and protaglandins such as Erectile Injections Trimix, Bimix, The P-Shot® (Priapus Penile Shot for Men - P-Shot for ED), Caverject Impulse®, Edex® and Muse® along with testosterone or blends of testosterone (multi-blend) may be prescribed. Read more about the use of Testosterone for ED.

Middle Age Crisis in Men

Is there really something called a middle-age crisis? If so, how is it different from Andropause (male menopause)?

Yes, there is something known as a mid-life crisis. This is often a time in life when stability has been achieved and the struggles that were once a large part of life are now at an end. This new awareness that a life change has taken place can sometimes trigger a crisis. For some men, new-found stability may signify an end to vitality or youth. Many men find that after spending a lifetime working towards the goals of family and peers, the end result is un-fulfilling. Energy and vitality starts to wane. A good night sleep is hard to find. Rapid weight gain and night sweats happen suddenly. Sexual interest is at an all time low or worse, the ability to achieve erections impedes intimacy. Loss of motivation and drive coupled with depression, bursts of anger and mood swings seems to characterize the mid-life crisis.

What many men don't realize is that this period of life is also characterized by declining testosterone and HGH levels. This is not only a time of physiological or hormonal change but major shifts in career, marriage and parenting often occur during this same time period. Along with the physical signs of aging comes a realization of impending old age, retirement and eventually death. This time of life can become a crisis if the changes become too difficult to cope with. TRT or Testosterone Replacement Therapy can help. Review Low T Treatment Options and TRT Programs

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MEN'S SEXUAL HEALTH NOTES: A Mid-Life Crisis, is essentially a problem of psycho-social re-adjustment where lower libido due to stress factors can be treated. A Mid-Life Crises need not necessarily have an adverse bearing on a man's sex life as long as sufficient libido and testosterone levels exist. When testosterone levels reach below lower than normal levels and symptoms appear, an intervention with testosterone hormone replacement may be necessary to alleviate symptoms. Andropause (hypogonadism) or the male menopause is not synonymous with Mid-Life Crises, although there is frequently a superimposition of male menopausal factors in middle-aged men who do have a testosterone deficiency who are also going through a crises - and this can cause some confusion.

Male menopause or Andropause, is a distinct physiological and biological phenomenon as opposed to a psychological one that is in many ways similar to, yet in some ways quite different from the female menopause - and is caused by the decline in testosterone production.

Menopause is a condition most often associated with women. It occurs in a woman when she ceases to menstruate and can no longer become pregnant (usually). Men experience a different type of `menopause' or life change. It usually occurs between the ages of 45 and 60 - but sometimes as early as age 30. Unlike women, men can continue to father children, but the production of the male sex hormone (testosterone) diminishes gradually after age 40.

Testosterone is the hormone that stimulates sexual development in the male infant, bone and muscle growth in adult males, and is responsible for sexual drive. It has been found that even in healthy men, by the age of 55, the amount of testosterone secreted into the bloodstream is significantly lower than it is just ten years earlier. In fact, by age 80, most male hormone levels decrease to pre-puberty levels.

One hundred and fifty years ago, a German Professor called Berthold showed that transplant of a cock's testis prevented atrophy of the comb after castration. In 1944, what we now describe as the male menopause was reported in a key article by two American doctors, Carl Heller and Gordon Myers. They compared the symptoms with those of the female menopause, and did a blind controlled trial showing the effectiveness of testosterone treatment. Unfortunately, like many pioneering efforts, these went unnoticed. Men were unwilling to accept that they could attain `menopause' and such research was often hurriedly brushed under the carpet. Men with genuine symptoms were told that `this is just a mid-life crisis' - just like men with erectile dysfunction were told that `it's all in the mind'. Besides, testosterone therapy had come into disrepute because of its abuse by athletes and the concept of testosterone replacement therapy for male menopausal symptoms was not received very well. Further, there was much hype about the side effects of testosterone, especially prostate cancer.

It was only after HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy) with estrogens produced tangible symptomatic improvement and `aging reversal' in post-menopausal women that men sat up and, not wanting to get left behind their women folk, began to take notice.


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