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Male Menopause Midlife Crisis
Very intreting Quest: The issue of male menopause is a hotly debated one but the evidence is strong that men also suffer the same menopausal-like symptoms that women do.Sexual issues - fatigue - depression - mood swings are some symptomes of male menopause.Your doctor will need to test your testosterone levels and will more than likely call for blood tests. The bigger than that, please read this article. ...Read more
Menopause is defined as the absence of menstrual periods for 12 months. During menopause, the ovaries stop producing estrogen and progesterone. After the complete transition into menopause, women can no longer get pregnant. The average age for menopause is 51 years old. Symptoms include dry vaginal tissue, irregular periods, hot flashes, mood ...Read more
I know of andropause but I didn't know if it is real or just part of comedy jokes. can a man have male menopause?
Yes.: It is a controversial topic, just like Fibromyalgia . About 40 % of males 40 to 60 + years suffer from andropause. It is characterized by depression, irritability, fatigue, mood swing and difficulty maintaining erections. a few may even have low testosterone levels. The old joke was that when married men start looking for romance elsewhere that they were going through andropause. ...Read more
Yes: I believe it. Andropause is not completely like menopause as the men's testosterone production does not completely stop but there is a gradual decrease in it that it can cause some problem similar to menopause. It's not a recognized medical condition (no billable code for the doc on icd-10) but hypogonadism is a similar and more appropriate term and accepted. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, andropause: Male menopause is a slowly steady decline in male hormones such as testosterone, dhea, and growth hormone starting at about 30 and declining 1-3% per year depending on lifestyle. Symptoms are fatigue, irritibility, depression, loss of muscle mass, increase in body fat, decrease memory, focus, concentration, loss of passion and libido. Speak with your physician or a hormone specialist for help. ...Read more
Yes, sort of: In men testosterone levels decrease very slowly and eventually end up much lower than they were in young men. This is called andropause. Many men will have hot flashes and occasionally, night sweats, as testosterone levels decline similar to what many women experience going through menopause. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Andropause: When testosterone level go down and get symptoms. Decrease energy, libido, erections. Tired, you may feel depression. Unlike menopause, you can stiill get someone pregnant. Is not a recognized medical condition because of debates about specific criterias to make a spwcific medical condition. . It sounds good to say andropause. Is better to see doctor to address your specific needs. ...Read more
Andropause: In men over 45 testosterone levels can decrease to much lower than they were as young men. This is called andropause. Many men will have fatigue, grumpiness, loss of muscle and stamina, and loss of sex drive. Symptoms should be evaluated for consideration of testosterone replacement. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
40-55: Middle age and onward. Generally 40-55.Get a more detailed answer ›
Later than women: If it exists at all.Get a more detailed answer ›
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