andropause

(an´dro-pawz) a variable complex of symptoms, including a reduction in Leydig cell numbers and a decline in androgen production, occurring in men after middle age, purported to be analogous to menopause in women.
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andropause

andropause, viropause The end of virility; a blend of virility and menopause. Context and Source: 'Andropause or viropause, the end of virility', Newsweek, September 16, 1996.
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andropause

Type: Term Pronunciation: an′drō-pawz Definitions: 1. Decreased function of male gonads with increasing age, analogous to female menopause.
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Andropause

The period of time in a man's life, similar to the female menopause. It generally occurrs usually between the ages of 45 and 55 and is characterized by a drop in testosterone levels. Body changes occur and may be accompanied by changes mood, fatigue, a loss of energy, sex drive and physical agility....
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Andropause

the male menopause
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Andropause

Andropause or male menopause, is a name that has been given, in some parts of the English-speaking world, to a set of effects that appears in some aging men, and which have some superficial similarities to menopause effects in women. The condition `andropause` is currently not recognized by the World Health Organization and its ICD-10 medical cl..
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Andropause

A natural emotional and physical change that occurs with age caused by a decrease in male hormones. Symptoms of andropause include: low sex drive, difficulties getting erections or erections that aren't as strong as usual, lack of energy, depression, irritability and mood swings, loss of strength or muscle mass, increased body fat and hot flashes.
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