As with any disease, we want to tell you that Low T isn't "normal" but the process of aging and a decline in testosterone is normal. The condition of "low t" has become "normal" because people associate the decline in energy and drive for all aspects of life with aging. While it may be true that your levels decline, it's not always because it's "normal" it could be related to the type of work you do, your diet, and your exercise routine. Fortunately, low testosterone is treatable through a process called testosterone replacement therapy. Why would you want to continue living each day with no drive for life? Wouldn't it be great if you could have the knowledge and wisdom of your 40's and 50's but the energy levels of your 20's and 30's?
Information from the Nurses' Health Study indicated that the combination of estrogen and androgen used to treat hypoandrogenism could increase breast cancer risk. However, other studies indicated androgens may decrease breast cancer risk. Follow-up studies on the Women's Health Initiative found women who received estrogen and no progestogen showed a significant decrease in cardiovascular disease (CVD) and breast cancer. This has caused a reconsideration of androgens added to estrogens. Still, the FDA requires demonstration of CVD and breast cancer safety for any product containing androgens or estrogen plus an androgen; that has not been done.