SAN DIEGO — Men with borderline low testosterone levels who are referred to an endocrinologist often show signs of clinical depression or depressive symptoms, researchers reported here. 

Of 200 men in a study, 56% had significant depressive symptoms, had a known diagnosis of depression and/or were using antidepressants when they were seen by Michael Irwig, MD, associate professor of medicine and director of the Center for Andrology at George Washington University, Washington. 

“Over half the men referred for borderline testosterone levels have depression,” Irwig said…


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