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Is low testosterone a common precursor to evening nausea and elevated cortisol in the evening hours?


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replied August 28th, 2018
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No, Low testosterone is not associated with the issues you are concerned about.

Symptoms of hypogonadism in men, are highly nonspecific and include decreased libido, erectile dysfunction, decreased volume of ejaculate, loss of body and facial hair, decreased bone density, decreased lean body mass, increased body fat, fatigue, weakness, increased anxiety, profuse sweating, and anemia

Hence it would be recommended that you consult with a doctor and get a proper evaluation, so as to address your concerns

I hope this helps.


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