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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Your doctor may also recommend certain lifestyle or other changes to help with some symptoms of male menopause. These include:
It was this testosterone deficiency that would be taken up by physicians in their reconceptualization of male menopause as Andropause in the years to come.
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