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New Poll Shows Men, Women Incorrectly Blame Symptoms of Low,Testosterone on Normal Aging

or at least three years (mean 19.8 years) with a man aged 35 to 65 (mean age 48.8 years) was conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of Spirit of Women, a national coalition that inspires health and wellness for women and their families on a local level by leveraging national resources.

Scientific research links decreased levels of testosterone in men to a number of significant medical conditions, including metabolic syndrome, insulin resistance, Type 2 diabetes, abnormal blood lipids, cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis.(2) The most recent research, conducted by the University of California at San Diego, found low testosterone may lead to a greater risk of death in men aged 50 and older. The study tracked nearly 800 men, 50 to 91 years old, living in California and found that men with low testosterone had a 33 percent greater death risk over their next 18 years of life compared with men who had higher testosterone.

    Other Key Survey Findings

    The survey also found:

    -- Among women with symptomatic partners, 44% of those whose partners have

       not visited his doctor predict that the barrier to visiting is that he

       thinks his symptoms are a normal part of aging.

    -- Among women with symptomatic partners, 18% have not discussed their

       partner's symptoms and 28% report that they are not comfortable

       discussing his symptoms.


    The Symptoms of Low T Negatively Affect Relationship Quality

    -- Women with symptomatic (27%) or diagnosed (48%) partners indicate that

       the symptoms of low T affect/ affected their relationship.

    -- Less physical intimacy is mentioned by women with symptomatic partners

       (72%) and women with diagnosed partners (78%) as the largest impact

       symptoms have or had on their relationship.

    -- Women with symptomatic partners also report that communication with

       their partner suffers (51%) and that they feel more lonely (47%).

    -- Two-thirds of w
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