It is often thought that testosterone levels naturally decrease in men as they get older. However, one researcher is saying that low testosterone test results are likely a symptom of deteriorating general health, and are not necessarily connected to age.
David Handelsman, of the University of Sydney, said that many medical professionals believe that worsening health in old age may be spurred initially by low testosterone levels. Yet, after studying the correlation between age, overall well-being and testosterone, he believes that it is the other way around.
Handelsman and a team of researchers recently conducted a study in which they administered testosterone testing to a group of 325 men over the age of . . .
Which came first the chicken or the egg, who frkng cares just give me access to more test e as I age without jumping through hoops. People all bitch about legalizing Marijuana how about legalizing all forms of Test at least it belongs in the body wtf is the G's arguement.