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Low Testosterone (Low-T) (cont.)

When should a person seek medical care for low testosterone?

A person should seek medical care if they notice any of the symptoms (as previously discussed) that are associated with low-T. Males that have erectile dysfunction should seek medical care and not rely on medications or cures advertised on TV or the internet, or from anywhere else to self-treat the problem.

Females who have symptoms should discuss them with their OB/GYN doctor or an endocrinologist.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 12/17/2014

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