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01 November 2010

Testosterone not always the culprit

A new study has added to evidence that men's levels of testosterone can vary quite a bit without causing sexual problems such as impotence and decreased libido.

A new study adds to evidence that men's levels of the hormone testosterone can vary quite a bit without causing sexual problems like impotence and decreased libido.

Its level dwindles with age, for instance, and fluctuates between countries, races and individuals - even from one hour to the next.

 
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