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Key myths, facts about low testosterone you should know, to bring in 2021

30-year-olds can experience testosterone loss, according to medical experts

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If you’re feeling lethargic and unmotivated, it could be more than just the post-holiday blues.

Only 3% of men in America discuss low testosterone symptoms with their doctor, but it doesn’t have to be that way, Male Medical Group said.

The group is helping turn back the clock every day for men in San Antonio, it said.

Professionals with the group have provided some common myths and facts about low testosterone.


Myth: Low testosterone only affects men middle-aged and older.

Fact: More than 23 million men of all ages have some form of erectile dysfunction.

Myth: The primary cause of Low-T is age.

Fact: After age 30, men start to lose 2% to 3% of their testosterone.

Myth: Having low testosterone means you’ve lost your manhood.

Fact: Low-T symptoms produce an increase in anxiety and a loss of self-esteem and confidence.


According to the Male Medical Group, one in every five men older than 60 suffers from low testosterone.

Many men are reluctant to speak with their doctors about testosterone concerns. That’s why the men’s group aims to help make the conversation easier for its patients.

Are you experiencing signs of low testosterone? If you are interested in meeting with a professional, the group offers the latest treatments for its patients who are also looking to improve their image and regain their self-confidence, including services in weight loss, hormone replacement therapy and hair restoration.

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