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Low testosterone, also called male hypogonadism, can be a very concerning medical condition. It can affect sex drive. Article covers low testosterone symptoms and causes.
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There is really only one option for treating hypothyroidism, and that is thyroid hormone replacement therapy. T4 supplements are the standard form of treatment, but there are other forms available. Article describes importance of therapy.
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