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Dr. David Samadi, robotic oncologist and prostate cancer expert, discusses low testosterone signs and risks. Sometimes referred to as male menopause, the gradual and natural decline in production of testosterone occurs normally with age. Level fluctuate by man, age, and even time of day. True low testosterone can present as low libido, lack of energy, and weight gain; left untreated it can lead to heart disease, high cholesterol, osteoporosis, depression, and even Parkinson's Disease. Dr. Samadi recommends that men concerned about their testosterone level have it checked through a simple blood test, repeated at various times of day. Testosterone can be replaced through gels, injections, and patches, but use must be monitored carefully.

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