As puberty hits, boys usually begin to develop their male bodily features, such as a deeper voice, bigger muscles, and taller height. All these necessary physical changes happen thanks to a male hormone called testosterone.
Typically, testosterone levels will start to increase during one’s teenage years (10 to 14 years old) and peak at adolescence (18 or 19). It will maintain its high levels during early adulthood, then gradually decline by 1% per year once you turn 30.
Unfortunately, in some men, testosterone decline may occur more rapidly than at a gradual pace. Some may even experience extremely low hormone levels, which can be detrimental to one’s overall health. Luckily, here’s where low testosterone medications can intervene and provide medical help.
But before diving into the different low testosterone treatment options, let us first discuss the causes and symptoms of testosterone deficiency.
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