ED (erectile dysfunction) and Low T (low testosterone) are both common issues affecting millions of men today. Even though they share similar symptoms, they are actually two separate conditions.
ED is defined by the inability of a man to attain and/or maintain an erection sufficient for intercourse. Low T means the testicles are not producing enough of the male hormone testosterone.
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For as long as testosterone replacement therapy has been used to treat men suffering from low testosterone, or ‘Low T’, there have been skeptics arguing that it increases the risk of prostate cancer. Recent research from The Journal of Urology of the American Urological Association, suggests otherwise. Experts say if testosterone therapy is prescribed under proper guidelines,
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Men can’t help but see the barrage of low testosterone commercials strategically placed during professional football games or even the evening news. Perhaps that explains why we see a marked increase in the number of men presenting with low testosterone.
Men start to experience a gradual decline in testosterone after age 30. Low Testosterone affects 1 in 3 men over the age of 45.
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