Typically, we think of lower testosterone levels as being an issue for men who are around 50 years of age or older. However, it is possible for men much younger to experience low testosterone. Given that there is so much paid publicity circulating through the media about testosterone therapy, a younger man may seek this treatment without realizing that it is not the best medical solution to his issues.
The best way to treat any medical problem is to have that problem properly diagnosed. There are a number of reasons a younger man's testosterone level may dip. A doctor, who is the chairman of the urology department of a New York City hospital, says that one of the possible culprits could be type 2 diabetes.