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Low Testosterone & The Health Risks

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Low Testosterone

Low Testosterone, or the lack of, is also known as Andropause. Testosterone is the most important sex hormone in the male body, and is responsible for facial hair, muscle growth and strength, deep voice and other typical male characteristics. Normal levels of testosterone also influence the production of sperm, promote sexual function and sex drive.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration estimates that 4 to 5 million American men may suffer from low testosterone, and only 5% are treated.

If you experience symptoms associated with low testosterone, you may want to get your testosterone levels checked with a simple blood test.

Health Risks of Low Testosterone

Certain health conditions are commonly associated with low testosterone in men. Aside from aging, some of the health conditions associated with low testosterone levels are:

  • Obesity
  • Anemia (lack of hemoglobin)
  • Diabetes
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • High blood pressure
  • Osteoporosis

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If you are experiencing symptoms of low testosterone give NuWave Medical a call and discuss your options. We are dedicated to our patients' health & happiness.

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The first step is to get your testosterone levels tested. It's quick & easy and we accept many insurance plans.

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