Todd M. Tartavoulle, MN, RN; Demetrius J. Porche, DNS, PhD

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Journal for Nurse Practitioners. 2012;8(10):778-786. 

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Low T Prevalence

Approximately 2.4 million men age 40 to 49 have low T levels, with a new diagnosis of about 481,000 androgen deficiency cases a year. Other estimates propose a hypogonadism prevalence of about 13 million American men.[2] Low T levels are associated with aging; an estimated 39% of men 45 or older have hypogonadism, resulting in low T levels.[1]

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