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Andropause is roughly the male equivalent of menopause in women. It refers to an age-related decline in male hormone levels and is sometimes called testosterone deficiency or androgen deficiency. The decrease in hormones and onset of symptoms in men, however, is slower and subtler than it is in women.

Testosterone is the primary male hormone; it gives men deep voices, muscle mass, and male facial and body hair patterns. As you get older, the level of testosterone in your body gradually lessens — about 1% per year from age 30 onward. This is very normal, but you may start experiencing physical and psychological symptoms from low testosterone levels beginning in your 50s.

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Andropause Symptoms

Like menopause, andropause can have a variety of symptoms, and not all men will experience the same problems. Some have no symptoms at all. Low hormone levels may raise your risk for other health conditions such as osteoporosis (brittle bones) or heart disease.

Symptoms of andropause can include:

  • Low sex drive

  • Erectile dysfunction

  • Sleep disturbances — insomnia or increased sleepiness

  • Sadness or depression

  • Lack of motivation, decrease in self-confidence

  • Irritability and mood swings

  • Trouble concentrating

  • Loss of strength or muscle mass

  • Increased body fat

  • Loss of body hair

  • Lack of energy

  • Hot flashes