Brad Butt takes a look at low testosterone levels, what they mean for patients, and what questions patients may have The dominant male androgen is testosterone. Testosterone concentrations in boys increase just after birth peaking between 2-3 months, before declining to prepubertal levels by 6 to 12 months. Testosterone levels then remain low until the
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