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Depression is Common in Men with Low Testosterone

Depression is Common in Men with Low TestosteroneMany men with borderline low testosterone also have symptoms of depression, according to researchers from George Washington University.

Their study involved 200 men with borderline low testosterone, defined as total testosterone levels between 200 and 350 ng/dl.

Fifty-six percent of the men had “significant” depressive symptoms, had been diagnosed with depression, or used an antidepressant.


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The men also tended to be obese and got little exercise.

In fact, just over half the men said that except for walking, they did not exercise at all. And 82% were either overweight or obese.


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