If you were to discuss low testosterone (or “Low T” as some clever Madison Avenue huckster has dubbed it) with a medical professional, he or she would likely tell you that it is a normal part of aging. Unlike women, who experience a relatively sudden shutdown in the production of estrogen around age 50 (menopause), the decrease of testosterone in males is gradual, starting around age 30. By age 45, approximately 40% of all men are effected.
Below are some of our news stories explaining the potential dangers of Testosterone, and especially the connection to heart attacks and strokes. To learn more about the types of injuries that have been linked to this medication, and the legal claims that have been filed, click Testosterone.