Is it andropause? Recognizing androgen deficiency in aging men.

Abstract

In primary care practice, it is not unusual to encounter male patients in their 50s or older who report having loss of libido, erectile dysfunction, fatigue, and depression. Such signs and symptoms may signal an age-related decline in androgen levels, which commonly begins after age 40. However, psychologic problems and medical illness often confound the… (More)

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@article{Tan2004IsIA, title={Is it andropause? Recognizing androgen deficiency in aging men.}, author={Robert Tan and Shou-Jin Pu}, journal={Postgraduate medicine}, year={2004}, volume={115 1}, pages={62-6} }