Andro Pause / Male Menopause


The symptoms include low sex drive, difficulties getting erections or erections that are not as strong as usual, lack of energy, depression, irritability and mood swings, loss of strength or muscle mass, increased body fat and hot flashes

Tests to diagnose: 

The doctor may ask questions to see if the symptoms match those of people with low testosterone. Then, a blood test is performed to check the level of testosterone in the blood.


Replacing testosterone in the blood is the most common treatment for men going through andropause, testosterone gel and injections are also given.