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Low Testosterone Causes

Low Testosterone Causes

There are two main causes of low testosterone. The one that we focus on in the How to Increase Testosterone page is low testosterone resulting from secondary hypogonadism resulting from conditions that we can control or change. Only a doctor can properly diagnose the cause of your low testosterone. 1. Primary hypogonadism: […]

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Normal Testosterone Levels

Normal Testosterone Levels

Below is a chart of normal male testosterone levels.  It’s important to note the large range of testosterone levels in healthy adult males, even if your testosterone is on the lower end of the range there are many things you can do to increase your testosterone before resorting to hormone replacement therapy.  Naturally is […]

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Testosterone Tests

Testosterone Tests

Home Testosterone Test Most current home testosterone tests are saliva based.  A home testosterone test generally requires the following steps: Collect saliva in the morning and put in the containers included in the testosterone test kit Mail saliva collection to a lab for testing, usually a prepaid package is included […]

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Low Testosterone Treatment

Low Testosterone Treatment

While there are several FDA approved low testosterone treatments, please, please, first implement the recommendations in How to Increase Your Testosterone. See what you can accomplish by increasing your testosterone naturally before using expensive and potentially dangerous testosterone replacement therapy. Remember, once you go on these drugs your body will stop […]

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Signs & Symptoms of Low Testosterone

Signs & Symptoms of Low Testosterone

First off, let’s discuss the difference between symptoms of low testosterone in men verses signs of low testosterone in men. A symptom is something you feel. A sign is something you see. According to the Mayo Clinic, the following are the most common symptoms of low testosterone (also know as […]

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What is Testosterone?

What is Testosterone?

Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone and anabolic (growth) steroid, it is primarily made by the testicles in men. As men, we know the importance of testosterone. Testosterone plays a key role in the development of male reproductive organs (the testicles and prostate) and secondary sexual characteristics (basically the external […]

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Testosterone and Risk of Death, Heart Attack, and Stroke

Testosterone and Risk of Death, Heart Attack, and Stroke

An important study titled “Normalization of testosterone level is associated with reduced incidence of myocardial infarction and mortality in men” was recently published in the European Heart Journal. The objective of the study was to examine the association between testosterone replacement therapy and all-cause death and adverse cardiovascuar events defined […]

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