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symptoms of low t - 03-07-2015, 07:21 PM

hey guys what r all the symptoms from having low test i am 44yrs old and my free test=20 and my total test = 120 i was also told on a routine mri that i have a tumor on my pituitary gland. but after six months its not showing up so doc said we will ck it out every 6 months anyways getting back to my question what r the symptoms of low t thanks j i have an appointment with my endo next week
   
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9 Warning Signs of Low Testosterone

What is Low Testosterone?
Low testosterone is diagnosed when levels fall below 300 nanograms per deciliter (ng/dL) (NIH, 2012). Andropause—decline in testosterone production—is the male counterpart to menopause. But while women experience a drastic decrease in estrogen at a certain age, the production of testosterone in men decreases gradually. If it decreases more than it should, men can experience a wide range of symptoms.

Low Sex Drive
Testosterone plays a key role in a man’s libido. As men age, most of them experience a decline in sex drive to varying degrees. However, someone with low T will likely experience a more drastic drop in his desire to have sex—which is often noticed by him or his partner. During sex, low levels of testosterone can also make it difficult to achieve an orgasm (womenshealth.gov, 2011).

Difficulty Achieving Erection
Testosterone stimulates a man’s sex drive—and it also aids in achieving an erection. Testosterone alone doesn’t cause an erection, but it stimulates receptors in the brain to produce nitric oxide—a molecule that helps trigger an erection. Low T is also linked to many conditions that cause erectile dysfunction, including obesity, diabetes, and atherosclerosis.

Low Semen Volume
Testosterone plays a role in the production of semen, the fluid that aids in the motility of sperm. It’s pretty simple: the more testosterone a man has, the more semen he produces. Men with low T will notice a decrease in the volume of their sperm during ejaculation.

Hair Loss
Testosterone plays a role in several body functions, including hair production. Balding is a natural part of aging for many men. However, men with low T may experience a loss of body and facial hair

Fatigue & Lack of Energy
Men with low T have reported extreme fatigue and a noticeable decrease in energy levels. If you are tired all of the time, despite getting plenty of sleep, or if you are finding it harder to get motivated to hit the gym or exercise, you might be experiencing symptoms of low testosterone.

Loss of Muscle Mass
Because testosterone plays a role in the building and strengthening of muscle, men with low T might notice a decrease in both muscle mass and strength, especially in their arms, legs, or chest (Mayo Clinic, 2012). Those who try to reverse the muscle loss through weight training might find it difficult to build or rebuild muscle.

Increase in Body Fat
If losing muscles wasn’t bad enough, men with low T also experience an increase in body fat. Although the reasons behind this are not entirely clear, research has shown that the genes that control body fat percentage are also responsible for circulating testosterone levels in men.

Decrease in Bone Mass
The weakening of bones—called osteoporosis—is often thought of as a condition that happens only in women. However, men with low T can also experience bone loss because testosterone aids in the production and strengthening of bone. Men with low T—especially older men who have had low T for years—are more susceptible to bone fractures, usually in the hip, feet, ribs, and wrists.

Mood Changes
Women often experience changes in mood during menopause, when their levels of estrogen drop. Men with low levels of testosterone can experience similar symptoms. Testosterone is often described as “fuel” for men. It drives many physical processes in their bodies. But it also boosts their mood and mental capacity. Research has shown that men with low T are more likely to experience depression, irritability, or a lack of focus (Mayo Clinic, 2012).
   
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03-08-2015, 11:12 AM

Yep, forklift covered it completely. 120 ng/dl serum test level is going to probably get you a script. If not, you need to see a different doctor. If you like injectable test vs the gels, etc. Make sure you tell the doctor that. Mine was going to put me on androgel until I told him I prefer to inject my testosterone. He said ok and wrote out a script for cyp.
   
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03-08-2015, 02:44 PM

Forget the GEL its horrible! I have a closet full of it. I give it to my friends who dont train and they think they can body build from it!! LOL....They ask me Ranger this is what you use right? OH yes,,,,,sure I do, HAHA ding dongs......


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03-10-2015, 06:17 PM

Also if the doc is trying to give you gel. Tell them your worried about it getting on you lady friend/wife or even your children if you have them. Gel is wak for TRT!!! Need to get some nice Sandoz Cyp 200!
   
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A lot of times, low test levels can be confused for depression. My doc thought I was depressed and I had to argue with him that I wasn't until I made him do my bloodwork... to find out I had the levels of a 65 year old man.
   
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