Low testosterone levels can mimic symptoms of depression and cause anxiety over time if left untreated. A urologist explains how these conditions relate to one another.
A lot of different issues can cause erectile dysfunction, but — despite assumptions — low testosterone isn’t at the top of the list. Here’s what to know.
Studies show a steady decline in testosterone levels. Learn what’s driving the numbers down and what you can do to keep yours healthy.
About 50 million Americans have had a vasectomy. But how do you know when the time is right to pursue one? Here’s what to consider if you’re thinking about “getting snipped.”
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Want to boost your prostate health? Then it might be time to rethink your diet. Eating more plant-based foods may reduce your risk of prostate cancer and other health issues.
Low T decreases your sperm count, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have children. While testosterone therapy can further decrease fertility, these lifestyle changes can help.
Low testosterone, or low T, isn’t treated with a magic bullet — and testosterone therapy shouldn’t be taken lightly. Here’s what you really need to know about low testosterone.
An enlarged prostate can make trips to the bathroom both a frequent and uncomfortable experience. It’s a common problem — and one that needs to be talked about more often.
Could more sex reduce your risk of prostate cancer? Some research indicates the answer could be yes.
You may have heard that taking supplements like saw palmetto, zinc, lycopene and vitamin E promotes prostate health. Do they really work?