male climacteric

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male climacteric

[′māl klə′mak·tə·rik]
(physiology)
A condition presumably due to loss of testicular function, associated with an elevated urinary excretion of gonadotropins and symptoms of loss of sexual desire and potency, hot flashes, and vasomotor instability.
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Treatment SO the male menopause does appear to exist but only two per cent of the 3,300 men tested in the study had symptoms linked to low testosterone, showing it's very rare.
Only nine of 32 candidate male menopause symptoms were associated in any way with low testosterone levels.
Unlike the male menopause the symptoms of IMS are not limited to middle-aged men, it can affect young men in their 20s right through to older men.
In reality, male menopause can result in some of the same challenges as female menopause, including increased fat, decreased muscle and bone mass, hot flashes, irritability, mood swings, depression, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, breast tenderness and/or enlargement.
The average age of male menopause has come down from 40s to 30s due to high stress levels in young men
London, Oct 3 (ANI): Male menopause, which is being re-branded testosterone deficiency syndrome, and affects one in five men over 50, can be cured, doctors say.
Between questions from his female patients about male menopause, a desire to do something for men and sharing his knowledge to help all enjoy fuller lives, adding male menopause treatment was a logical step.
Unfortunately, Mike Nichols' film turned out to be more of a dog than anything else, acting more as a metaphor for the male menopause and one man's emasculation in the work place than showing loads of throats being ripped out.
Back problems, high cholesterol levels and buying a too trendy racing bike are symptoms of the male menopause that were recognisable to large portions of the audience.
Some doctors advocate the use of synthetic testosterone to relieve symptoms associated with so-called male menopause, such as weakness, depression and sexual problems.
As referenced in that article, the existence of a male menopause had been understood since the early 1940s, when a journal of the American Medical Association article highlighted the condition.
It is driven by mid-life crisis and male menopause, the desperate desire to do something else.