Low testosterone can cause problems life fatigue , osteoporosis and erectile dysfunction. These specific problems need to be addressed. Osteoporosis risk can be decreased* with lifestyle and dietary changes. Studies have shown that regular exercise can help increase* bone mass. Also, you need sufficient intake of the bone building mineral calcium along with vitamin D which is important for calcium absorption. There are also natural ways to boost* testosterone production in the body like lifting weights and the use of testosterone boosting supplements . Studies have shown that losing excess weight can also increase* natural testosterone production in the body.
"I like probably many people on this forum had unusually low sex drive for several years, and kept getting told my T was "normal" consistently testing in the 320-330 range. i finally did research and discovered that is not at all normal for someone in their 30s who is otherwise very healthy and who lifts heavy weights 3-4x/week. so i went to an endo and got complete tests w/pituitary MRI done and he agreed my T was low. he asked what treatment options i was interested in, and i said HCG looked interesting to me because i still wanted to have children. he said there is also low dose Clomid to consider. when i went back for results he said i had "abnormally normal" LH levels, in other words that i should have a natural pituitary response to produce more LH given my testosterone levels and that was not occurring. otherwise my system was functioning fine. he even diagnosed me with HH as a result. (i also have a weak but not nonexistent sense of smell, and my belief is that i have a milder form of Kallmann Syndrome, as although i went through puberty on time, i never grew much bodily hair and was a very scrawny kid until i hit the weights hard in my 20s. i think it doesn't get called Kallmann by the medical profession because it is rare and doesn't get diagnosed since puberty occurs)". 
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