Low Testostrone

Were you looking for more information about Low Testosterone? Low testostrone is a common misspelling of low testosterone.
Before making a diagnosis of low testosterone, a healthcare provider should order certain blood tests. It is important that a diagnosis not be based on symptoms alone; a simple blood test can verify this condition most accurately.
Some possible causes of low testosterone may include infections in the brain or testes, certain genetic conditions, or various medications. Testosterone replacement therapy (medication) is used in a majority of the cases, and is generally a successful treatment option for this condition.
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