Genetics, lifestyle choices, illnesses, treatments, age and more can all contribute to low-T.
Downsides to androgen use far outweigh the positives, unless you're a fan of liver damage.
When male breast tissue proliferates, erectile dysfunction can result. The reasons are complex.
Key differences between the primary and secondary types help determine the proper treatment.
Cortisol is essential in regulating your nervous system, but there's such a thing as too much.
The absence of testosterone and other hormones may signal future bone loss.
Gels, injections, pellets, patches: Doctors weigh in on the best treatments for hypogonadism.
While rare, this inherited disorder causes issues for men who want to have children.
When cortisol circulates in excessive levels over time, sexual function may suffer.
Loss of a testicle, or orchiectomy, doesn't have to mean dealing with low testosterone levels.
Find out if testosterone replacement therapy can restore the energy and sex drive you've lost.
You can't always prevent fertility problems, but you can avoid some of the risk factors.
It can be administered in five ways, three of which are at-home easy.
From causing bad moods to ED, low testosterone can take a toll. Here's how to help your partner.
You need to be aware of how these conditions can affect fertility.
Lowered sex drive is among the most common—but least discussed—symptoms of treatment.
A strong, healthy ticker is the foundation for strong, healthy sexual function.