TESTOSTERONE LEVELS WITH AGE
Testosterone levels are at their peak in early adulthood. By age 30 your level begins to decrease by 1% per year. Normal testosterone levels are between 300-1,000 ng/dl. The T level can fluctuate throughout the day, so it is ideal to draw blood between 8-8:30 am for men <45 yrs old and before 2 pm for men >45 yrs old to obtain the most accurate reading.
A low testosterone level can have dramatic effects on your mind and body:
ESTROGEN/PROGESTERONE LEVELS WITH AGE
Around the age of 50, the amount of estrogen and progesterone that a woman's ovaries produce, starts to decline. This triggers an increase in follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), which the pituitary gland produces to try and compensate.
Although menopause is a normal part of aging, it's effects can be life-changing and sometimes dangerous.
Symptoms can include:
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