As men age, the body naturally produces less testosterone. In some men, the drop can be dramatic enough to cause fatigue, muscle loss, weight gain, sexual problems, and depression.
Up to one-quarter of men older than 45 may suffer from low testosterone. The condition is more likely to occur as a man grows older.
Learn more about “Low T,” its effects, and the benefits and risks of testosterone replacement therapy, as Adam Shrewsberry, MD, the newest urologist to join the medical staff at Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge, discusses “Testosterone: Knowing Your Number” at Health Night on the Town. [Read more…]