Testosterone, the male hormone: controversies of treatment

Dr Michael Lowy

The male hormone testosterone maintains good health and sexual function and a sense of wellbeing. The level of testosterone in the blood declines slowly and progressively over the years, the skill of clinicians is being able to decide when this needs replacement treatment or is an acceptable part of the ageing process (the "grumpy old man" syndrome). 

 

 

The 6th Multidisciplinary Sexual Dysfunction Biennial Conference,
Recorded in Sydney, Australia on 25 - 27 April 2014
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Dr Michael Lowy

Dr Michael Lowy is a sexual health physician specialising in men's health conditions, sexual medicine and counselling. He is specifically trained in the treatment of male sexual dysfunction (libido, erection, and ejaculation disorders), relationship and sexual problems affecting individuals and couples. Dr Lowy began his medical career in general practice, he became a sexual health physician (FAChSHM) in 1996 and obtained a Master of Psychological Medicine in 2001. In 2012, Dr Lowy became a Fellow of the European Committee of Sexual Medicine. He is a lecturer in Men's Health at the University of Notre Dame and at Family Planning NSW. He is a life member of ASSERT NSW and a founding member of Society of Australian Sexologists NSW branch.

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