Statistically speaking, all men's testosterone's gradually decline with age. The numbers of those men who require treatment though, are not a hundred percent. And it's not like menopause in women, which at about the age of 51 in the United States, estrogen production goes to zero. So men have this gradual decline. Some of them are symptomatic, bothered. Some are not. Therefore, actual incidents of treatable low testosterone is a little hard to put a finger on.
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