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Aging male syndrome

Author(s): Valer Donca | Antonia Macarie | Luminiţa Paşca | Elena Buzdugan | Constantin Bodolea | Dan Rădulescu | Sorin Crişan | Laurenţiu Stoicescu | Bogdan Neacşu | Steliana Donca

Journal: Human & Veterinary Medicine
ISSN 2066-7655

Volume: 4;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 97;
Date: 2012;
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Keywords: aging | male | testosterone

Aging Male Syndrome is a medical condition through which men could pass between the ages of 35 and 65, when testosterone levelsin their body decline considerably. Androgen deficiency in the aging male has become a topic of increasing interest and debate throughout theworld. In contrast to female menopause, the process of aging in the male genital system is slow and highly variable between individuals. Thecharacteristic symptoms of Aging Male Syndrome include weakness, depression, fatigue and changes in body hair and skin, decreased sexualdesire, decreased lean body mass accompanied by increased visceral fat, decreased bone mineral density. Aging Male Syndrome is usually diagnosedby testing the blood for testosterone levels. The usual treatment method for Aging Male Syndrome includes testosterone injections,testosterone patches, testosterone gels and oral preparations.

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