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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"Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy in pellet form has been positively researched and patients' report relief and improved quality of life from the side effects of menopause or andropause (the male equivalent of menopause)," explains CarolAnn Tutera, CEO of SottoPelle.
The Effect of Testosterone on Men With Andropause. Iran Red Crescent Med J.
Our goal is to bring them back to levels before menopause, and in the case of men, andropause.
These are the same symptoms that clinically characterize conditions pertaining to the deficiency of testosterone, such as are seen in andropause onset in mid-adult life.
* When you are aging, you will first encounter menopause, if you are a woman or andropause, if you are a man.
Medicare, meanwhile, denies payment for hormone replacement treatment for menopause or andropause; has reduced payments for hospice care, home health care, physical therapy, and hospital re-admissions for seriously ill patients; and is approving fewer hip, knee, shoulder, and back surgeries.
There is increasing evidence that some men in their fifties experience what's known as the andropause.
A new position statement by the European Menopause and Andropause Society (EMAS) published in the journal Maturitas provides a pathway with the latest post-reproductive health strategies, with the aim of optimizing care at an international scale.
Testosterone replacement in men with andropause: an overview.
"Starting opioid therapy is basically inducing menopause and andropause," he said.
Cosponsoring organizations included the Australasian Menopause Society, the British Menopause Society, European Menopause and Andropause Society, the European Society of Endocrinology and the International Menopause Society.