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The Urban Definition of Low Testosterone


urban dictionary low TYou’ve got to love the Urban Dictionary for all the fabulous descriptions that get published on there but sometimes they can hit a sore nerve with sufferers of medical conditions.

Take the above description about Low T, for example. Low T means low testosterone, which is an actual medical condition and effects millions worldwide.  Testosterone is the male sex hormone responsible for what’s considered all things manly, like watching the footie, drinking beer and doing push ups.

Eating a salad for lunch does not mean that you have Low Testosterone, neither does doing cooking classes or taking care of your appearance! There’s also much more to Low T than experiencing loss of libido or having fewer erections!

You could have Low T if you’re feeling a little depressed, have decreased energy, have put on a little weight, are experiencing a bit of hair loss and are getting a little sweaty without exerting yourself too much ….. mmmmm…… not so funny now is it? How many of you who chuckled at the Urban Dictionary description can relate to these symptoms?

Rather than making fun you might consider taking a Testosterone test yourself to check if your T is on the low side. Low testosterone can effect men of all ages  so it’s worth taking note of the symptoms and doing some research into Hormone Treatments.

Test your T now! It’s fast and it’s FREE.

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  • this is just bullshit,your product have helped me greatly

    lars 6 March, 2014 4:43 PM Reply
    • Hi Lars, we couldn’t agree more, Androforte is an excellent choice of treatment and we’re happy to hear that your life has improved because of it.

      Sara Flack 10 March, 2014 4:19 AM Reply
  • No, Saul, NOT at all! They can’t even detect levels, for women, unless they are WAY high. As for Men, any time I see a ‘reference range’ of 300-1200, I consider the test to be wothless. And “>200 WITH symptoms is a recognition that they are Men with >200
    BUT WITHOUT SYMPTOMS, which again says to me they (test results) are MEANINGLESS, particularly with hormones!

    ‘We’ know that hormones are not weight dependent, like medications; you CAN’T dose them according to weight. So, it follows that lab results would be eaqually meaningless.

    Basically, when it comes to “Hormone Replacement Therapy”, ‘we’, collectively, are like a bunch of 6 year olds, with crayons, attempting to draw a diagram of the DNA ‘double helix’, without any model or picture to work from; we are just scribbling on paper!

    I AM happy, so far, with your Testosterone cream, hence the re-order

    The ignorance of the recognition of the importance of testosterone for women, is tragic. Heart attacks and cancer, from ‘excess’ estorgen, (and lack of Testosterone), the ‘damage’ from B.C. pill use, etc. Boy, what IDIOTS ‘we’ are, collectively! Jim

    Jim 6 March, 2014 4:10 PM Reply
    • You’re right Jim, there is a ignorance surrounding the importance of testosterone in women and we’ll be doing our best to increase recognition of the issue over the coming months. People just presume that Low T only effects men and don’t take the issue in women seriously…… mood swings, depression, low energy levels and decreased libido – they are all such common symptoms and it’s presumed that they are more associated with the stresses of everyday life and running a family than a testosterone issue.

      Sara Flack 10 March, 2014 4:25 AM Reply
  • The Urban Dictionary Low-T definition was seriously funny. OMG, I even drive a Prius.


    Ron 7 March, 2014 4:21 AM Reply
    • 🙂 Ron, we’re happy you liked our humor!

      Sara Flack 10 March, 2014 4:17 AM Reply
  • The recent newsletter (Feb 14) has some helpful and important news items.
    Firstly, the change of site application for Testofeme 1%.
    Secondly, the linking of larger breast size with increased cancer risk, pointing out the need to keep exercising, stay fit, and watch the diet.
    Thirdly, a humorous definition from the Urban dictionary on the subject of Low Testosterone.
    Reliable facts plus humour always a great way to learn!

    William Critchley 7 March, 2014 6:52 AM Reply
    • Thanks for the feedback William, we’re happy you liked our new newsletter format! We came across the Urban Dictionary definition and decided to share. Sometimes having hormone issues can get you down but it’s always good to be able to have a chuckle along the way to recovery 🙂

      Sara Flack 10 March, 2014 4:16 AM Reply
  • I can tell you from a perspective of having a near zero testosterone level on testing that these products make all the difference in my physical, mental and emotional well being. While I also disagree with some of the conclusions of these studies I will tell you that even if these products caused a slight increase in heart disease I would take the benefit over the risk-it makes that much of a difference.
    Clark B. MD

    Clark B 10 March, 2014 12:46 PM Reply
    • Thanks for sharing your opinion Clark, it’s great to hear how much the low testosterone treatments are helping you!

      Sara Flack 11 March, 2014 2:53 AM Reply

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