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How can a person keep their endocrine system maintained at 65?

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Dr. Mark Sacher
Pain Management 35 years experience
Frequent bloodwork: Frequent bloodwork to determine thyroid function, testosterone level in men. Esrogen and Progesterone levels in women. Our overall function starts decreasing 1%/year after age of 70. So hormone levels should be checked after 45 years old.
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