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Of the many symptoms related to andropause, or low testosterone, depression is among the most threatening.
Andropause, the male menopause is characterized by a number of uncomfortable symptoms.
Andropause symptoms due to declining hormone levels are common in men as they age.
Male hot flashes by definition are the same as female hot flashes; the difference lies in the cause.
Night sweats, which are characterized by excessive sweating at night, are one of the most prominent symptoms of menopause.
Irritable Man Syndrome or Irritable Male Syndrome (IMS) is the term used to describe the mood swings in men.
Decreased libido is a common symptom of andropause. Just as low levels of testosterone can lead to erectile dysfunction.
Foggy thinking and difficulty concentrating are common signs of hormonal imbalances.
The Mayo Clinic defines metabolic syndrome (Syndrome X) as “a cluster of conditions that occur together, increasing your risk of heart disease, stroke, and diabetes.
Male muscle loss is a common symptom of andropause and it manifests itself in the loss of muscle strength and overall muscle mass.
Experiencing varying urinary problems including benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), interstitial cystitis or painful bladder syndrome and urinary incontinence?