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If you have type 2 diabetes, you are twice as likely to suffer from low testosterone as a man without diabetes.

  • Among men with low testosterone levels, 70% reported ED and 63% reported low sex drive.
  • Over 13 million men suffer from low testosterone and 90% remain untreated

First, you need to identify your symptoms.

Low testosterone can be easily identified and treated. As a starting point, take the Androgen Deficiency in the Aging Male (ADAM) symptom test below. This test may be helpful in assessing your likelihood of having low testosterone. 

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MEN: LEARN MORE ABOUT TESTOSTERONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY

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Defy Low-T is offering Testosterone testing for just $29 right now at www.DefyLowT.com.

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Defy Medical offers a wide selection of hormone, metabolic, health and overall wellness tests for your health needs.

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The Use of Tetsosterone in Women

There is so much confusion about the use of hormones in pre and post menopausal women, especially after the largest study ever undertaken using two female hormones was halted due to increased incidence of breast cancer in women.  I will try to attempt to distill issues related not only to female based hormone therapy (estrogen and progestin) but also to the use of testosterone replacement therapy in women.

Testosterone is the hormone responsible for normal growth and development and maintenance of male sex characteristics.  It also affects lean body mass, mood and sexual function in both males and females, so it is not only a "male" hormone.

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No higher risk of cancer after 9 years of testosterone replacement therapy

SAN DIEGO – Testosterone replacement therapy is not associated with an increased risk of cancer or prostate cancer in men, based on results from a large study with a mean follow-up of nearly 9 years.

"We had hoped for these results," Dr. Michael L. Eisenberg said in an interview during a poster session at the annual meeting of the American Urological Association. "Certainly people are worried about testosterone in terms of prostate cancer development."

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