What is the consequence of low testosterone?

Low libido & energy. Hypogonadism or male menopause can lead to decreased libido, low overall energy levels and fatigue, mood disorders including depression, and cognitive deficits including memory issues, all of which can be multifactorial in a particular patient. Correcting the deficiency on an ongoing basis can improve all of the above issues or selectively improve the consequences.

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What are the consequences of a low level of testosterone?

Depends . . . How low is low? Low but still "normal" or truly low as in below lower limits of normal. Testosterone is used by body for many things including sex characteristics & maturation. Those w/truly low T might complain of loss of energy, depression, poor concentration, lack of libido, difficulty losing fat despite eating right, difficulty gaining muscle despite exercising, etc. Bone loss, heart disease. Read more...
Here are some ... The common symptoms related with low-T are chronic fatigue, lethargy, loss of skeletal muscles, loss of bone density - osteoporosis, increase in body fat, increase in bad cholesterol, loss of libido, concentration, mood change, loss of physical strength, erectile disorder, decreased testicular size, mild anemia, etc., which may widely vary depending on age, other illnesses, and degree of low T. Read more...