Between the ages of 30 and 70, men lose testosterone at a rate of 1% to 3% per year. This decrease can have a number of detrimental physical, sexual and psychological effects. 

Many men unknowingly suffer from testosterone deficiency, and some may believe that the symptoms they’re experiencing are just a normal part of aging.

As an experienced private urologist, Dr. Carlos Marois is able to provide you with accurate information about this condition that affects the health and well-being of so many men. It’s worth noting that men with diabetes who are 45 and older are twice as likely to have low testosterone. Excessive body fat is an additional risk factor for testosterone deficiencies.