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Diagnosis

  • Andropause has often been underdiagnosed by physicians because symptoms can be vague and can vary a lot among individuals. Some men even find it difficult to admit that there's a problem. And physicians didn't always consider low testosterone levels as a possible cause. Doctors often concluded that symptoms were related to other medical conditions (e.g., depression) or were simply due to aging, and encouraged their patients to accept 'the inevitable.'
  • Fortunately, this situation has changed dramatically. New testing methods and an increased interest in men's aging among medical researchers has focused so much attention on Andropause that major efforts are underway to quickly share emerging scientific information with Canadian physicians.

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