testosterone replacement therapy

Testosterone replacement therapy is now a multi-billion dollar business. Treating a condition, propagated by marketers as "low T" or "manopause," carries the risk of serious adverse cardiovascular outcomes and other concerning side effects.
It s just another futile search for the Fountain of Youth. In recent years, the idea that low levels of testosterone (T) were responsible for multiple afflictions in older males has spurred a cottage industry in testosterone replacement therapy in both traditional pharmaceutical and supplement companies. On some level it makes at least a little sense. As men age, their production of testosterone does decline. But is this something that should be fixed, and if so, how? There is not yet a definitive answer to this question.
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