1 Male Menopause: Disease or Pseudoscience? March 4, 2015 story: FDA to require warning on labels of testosterone products ; web William E. Winter, MD University of Florida Departments of Pathology and Pediatrics
2 Learning objectives: At the conclusion of this presentation, the laboratorian will be able to: 1. List the forms of testosterone (T) that circulate. 2. Explain how total and free T are best measured. 3. Describe how free T falls with advancing age. 4. Recall the symptoms of late-onset hypogonadism. 5. Diagnose late-onset hypogonadism. 6. Anticipate the clinical demand for T testing. 7. Explain the risks of T replacement. 8. Plan appropriate monitoring for men treated w/ T. 9. Discuss the benefits and risks of T replacement tx.
3 To fulfill your responsibilites as a man, despite your insecurities and constant ability to place yourself in embarrasing and un-manly scenarios.
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5 In what forms does testosterone circulate in the body? Free 2% Biologically active Bound Albumin - Loosely (weakly) bound 54% 98% SHBG - Tightly bound* 44% Bioavailable T (BAT) * Precipitable w/ ammonium sulfate (T total T ASP = BAT) Effect of androgens on SHBG: Decr. (-- > incr. free T) ASP = ammonium sulfate precipitable testosterone; T distribution reference: Lepage R. Measurement of testosterone and its sub-fractions in Canada. Clin Biochem Feb;39(2):
6 How should testosterone be measured? Age group Adolescent males and adult men Children and women Method Immunoassay is satisfactory Mass spectroscopy (need lower limits of detection)
7 How can free testosterone be determined? Dialysis equilibrium Ultrafiltration < --- definitive method (labor intensive) < --- definitive method (labor intensive) Analog methods Free androgen index Calculated from total T & SHBG
8 How can free testosterone best be determined in routine clinical laboratories? Total T & SHBG (+/- albumin) --- > calculate free T Concentration Testosterone = FT(free) + Alb-bound-T + [SHBG]-bound-T Testosterone = [S] + [S A ] + [SP] Albumin [S A ] = constant = K A x C onc. Alb = 3.6x10 4 x 43g/l = 22.4 [S] =(molecular weight alb.) K A = = 3.6x104 for an average albumin conc. of 4.3 g/dl or [S A ] = [S] [S] + [S A ] = ( )[S] = [S] (1) SHBG [P] = free SHBG [SP] = steroid bound SHBG K = 10 9 M [S] +[P] «[SP] or [S] = [SP] (2) [P] [K] [P] + [SP] = [SHBG] or [P] = [SHBG] [SP] (3) Bioavailable [Bio T] = [S] + [S A ] Source: J Clin Endocrinol Metab 84: , 1999 A critical evaluation of simple methods for the estimation of free testosterone in serum
9 When should testosterone be measured during the day? Age PM (1600) versus AM (0800)T y/o 20-25% lower 70 y/o 10% lower 2008 Guidelines: 7 AM 11 AM
10 What are the reference intervals for testosterone? Developmental Testosterone Stage (ng/dl) I <3 II <3-432 III IV V Adult male >19 y Source: Lab Corp
11 1143 Japanese men y/o The mean total T by age range decreases only to 80% of the young adult mean even during presenile and senile periods, when LOH occurs most frequently. International Journal of Urology (2009) 16, ; LOH = late-onset hypogonadism
12 1143 Japanese men y/o...free T level shows a linear decrease with aging and drops to 50% of the young adult mean. International Journal of Urology (2009) 16,
13 Critical issues in measuring testosterone & FT 1. Reference intervals among laboratories should NOT be interchanged (need lab-specific ref intervals). 2. There is uncertainty in all methods & measurements. 3. There is intra-individual variation. 4. For repeated measurements, use the same lab. 5. Measure in the AM (and the ~same time w/ every repeated measurement). 6. Low T dx (T & SHBG) requires confirmation: 2 samples 2 wks apart w/ CV i <20% (CV i =>20% - repeat again).
14 What are the symptoms of late-onset hypogonadism? (i) LOH is a syndrome characterized primarily by: (1)The easily recognized features of diminished sexual desire (libido) and erectile quality and frequency, particularly nocturnal erections, (2) Changes in mood with concomitant decreases in intellectual activity, cognitive functions, spatial orientation ability, fatigue, depressed mood and irritability, (3) Sleep disturbances, (4) Decrease in lean body mass with associated diminution in muscle volume and strength, Source: Nieschlag E, Swerdloff R, Behre HM, Gooren LJ, Kaufman JM, Legros JJ, Lunenfeld B, Morley JE, Schulman C, Wang C, Weidner W, Wu FC. Investigation, treatment and monitoring of late-onset hypogonadism in males ISA, ISSAM, and EAU recommendations. European Urology. 2005;48:1 4.
15 What are the symptoms of late-onset hypogonadism? (ii) (5) Increase in visceral fat, (6) Decrease in body hair and skin alterations, (7) Decreased bone mineral density resulting in osteopenia, osteoporosis and increased risk of bone fractures. Source: Nieschlag E, Swerdloff R, Behre HM, Gooren LJ, Kaufman JM, Legros JJ, Lunenfeld B, Morley JE, Schulman C, Wang C, Weidner W, Wu FC. Investigation, treatment and monitoring of late-onset hypogonadism in males ISA, ISSAM, and EAU recommendations. European Urology. 2005;48:1 4.
16 What is the definition of late-onset hypogonadism? Many definitions: LOH is defined as a total testosterone level <300 ng/dl combined with the presence of three sexual symptoms: Decreased frequency of morning erections Erectile dysfunction Decreased frequency of sexual thoughts Source: Rivas AM, Mulkey Z, Lado-Abeal J, Yarbrough S. Diagnosing and managing low serum testosterone. Proc (Bayl Univ Med Cent) Oct;27(4):321-4.
18 Does male menopause (manopause, male climacteric, late-onset hypogonadism) actually occur? FACT: Total and free T decline w/ incr. age Symptoms of hypogonadism: ~ lack specificity & can be accounted for by other comorbidities: chronic illness, depression, etc. It is likely that LOH does really occur (as does normal aging) Diagnosis of LOH: Symptoms (+) low total T if total T: WNL --- > measure free T
19 How common is late-onset hypogonadism? The actual prevalence of hypogonadism has been estimated to be 39% in men aged 45 years or older presenting to primary care offices in the United States. Source: Rivas AM, Mulkey Z, Lado-Abeal J, Yarbrough S. Diagnosing and managing low serum testosterone. Proc (Bayl Univ Med Cent) Oct;27(4): Massachusetts Male Aging Study: Total T: <400 ng/dl (+) 3 signs/symptoms of low T: Prevalence of 6% to 12%. Source: O Donnell AB, Araujo AB, McKinlay JB. The health of normally aging men: The Massachusetts Male Aging Study ( ). Exp Gerontol 2004;39(7):
20 When should testosterone replacement be considered in symptomatic men? Total T: <230 mg/dl Tx ed men usually benefit >350 mg/dl Tx not required mg/dl Measure free T or BAT (especially for obese men) International Society of Andrology (ISA) International Society for the Study of Aging Male (ISSAM) European Association of Urology (EAU) European Academy of Andrology (EAA) American Society of Andrology (ASA) Wang C, Nieschlag E, Swerdloff R, Behre HM, Hellstrom WJ, Gooren LJ, Kaufman JM, Legros JJ, Lunenfeld B, Morales A, Morley JE, Schulman C, Thompson IM, Weidner W, Wu FC. Investigation, treatment and monitoring of late-onset hypogonadism in males: ISA, ISSAM, EAU, EAA and ASA recommendations. Eur J Endocrinol Nov;159(5):
21 What are the economics of pharmacologic treatment of sexual dysfunction or androgen deficiency?
22 Worldwide Viagra revenue 2013: $1.881 billion
23 Annual testosterone revenue in U.S. 2013: $2.4 billion Projected*: 2018: $3.8 billion * Prior to March 3, 2015 FDA warning
24 What is the impact on laboratory services for requests for testosterone measurements? Study group: 321, y/o men; 2009 to Result: 3.2% had a testosterone measurement for any reason! P Hz of testing: 2.5% 3.6% < % incr. in 3 yrs Malik RD, Lapin B, Wang CE, Lakeman JC, Helfand BT. Are we testing appropriately for low testosterone?: characterization of tested men and compliance with current guidelines. J Sex Med Jan;12(1): in 5 men treated w/ T: normal T - Men treated by endocrinologists & urologists: more Hz ly have a low T Baillargeon J, Urban RJ, Kuo YF, Holmes HM, Raji MA, Morgentaler A, Howrey BT, Lin YL, Ottenbacher KJ. Screening and monitoring in men prescribed testosterone therapy in the u.s., Public Health Rep Mar- Apr;130(2):
25 What are the risks of testosterone therapy? Adverse androgen effects: - Increased aggression/behavior changes - Polycythemia - Prostate enlargement - Venous thrombo-embolism - Dyslipidemia - Hypertension - AMI, stroke
26 March 3, 2015 FDA warning! Hazard ratios for MI, stroke and/or death:
27 How should testosterone-treated men be monitored? Lab Testosterone Hb/Hct Lipids AST PSA Semen analysis Comment Monitoring Risk of polycythemia Risk of dyslipidemia Risk of hepatotoxicity Concern regarding risk of prostate cancer If infertility is present: reduced sperm Non-Lab BP DRE DexaScan Salt retention, incr. BP Concern regarding risk of prostate cancer BMD should incr. w/ T tx Best Pract Res Clin Endocrinol Metab Jan;29(1): doi: /j.beem Epub 2014 Oct 2. Current topics in testosterone replacement of hypogonadal men. Nieschlag E. Author information Abstract All forms of hypogonadism - primary, secondary and late-onset - require testosterone substitution. The indication is given when the patient presents with symptoms of androgen deficiency and the serum testosterone levels are below normal. Several testosterone preparations and modes of application are available of which those producing physiologic serum levels should be preferred e.g. preferentially transdermal gels and long-acting intramuscular testosterone undecanoate. Testosterone substitution must be monitored at regular intervals, best at 3, 6 and 12 months after initiation and then annually. Parameters for surveillance include well-being, libido and sexual activity, measurement of serum testosterone levels, haemoglobin and haematocrit, PSA and digital rectal examination, and, biannually, bone mineral density. Testosterone has positive effects on comorbidities such as obesity, metabolic syndrome, diabetes type II, cardiovascular diseases and osteoporosis.
28 Does testosterone therapy benefit older men? (i) Kunelius P, Lukkarinen O, Hannuksela ML, Itkonen O, Tapanainen JS. The effects of transdermal dihydrotestosterone in the aging male: a prospective, randomized, double blind study. J Clin Endocrinol Metab Apr;87(4):
29 Does testosterone therapy benefit older men? (ii) Corona G, Rastrelli G, Maggi M. Diagnosis and treatment of late-onset hypogonadism: systematic review and meta-analysis of TRT outcomes. Best Pract Res Clin Endocrinol Metab Aug;27(4): Late-onset hypogonadism (LOH) is a relatively common conditions affecting the aging male. The aim of this review is to summarize the available evidence regarding LOH and its interaction with general health. LOH is often comorbid to obesity and several chronic diseases. For this reason lifestyle modifications should be strongly encouraged in LOH subjects with obesity, type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) and metabolic syndrome (MetS) and good treatment balance of chronic diseases. Medical therapy of LOH should be individualized depending on the etiology of the disease and the patient's expectations. Available evidence seems to suggest that testosterone replacement therapy is able to improve central obesity (subjects with MetS) and glycometabolic control (patients with MetS and T2DM), as well as to increase lean body mass (HIV, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), along with insulin resistance (MetS) and peripheral oxygenation (chronic kidney diseases). However,... it should be recognized that the number of studies on benefits of T supplementation is too limited to draw final conclusions. Longer and larger studies are needed to better clarify the role of TRT in such chronic conditions.
30 Caveat emptor (Let the buyer beware... ) Corona G, Rastrelli G, Maseroli E, Forti G, Maggi M. Sexual function of the ageing male. Best Pract Res Clin Endocrinol Metab Aug;27(4): With the progressive increase in the proportion of older people, there is an increasing interest in characterizing the modifications of sexual health and the effect of its perturbations as a function of the aging process. The aim of this review is to summarize the available evidence regarding the age-dependent modifications of male sexual function and their interaction with general health and age-dependent modification of endocrine function. Elderly patients are often affected by multiple organic diseases which can interfere with sexual function. Despite this evidence, several studies have indicated that, with advancing age, normal erections are not an absolute prerequisite to remain sexually active. Good physical health, the availability of a partner, and a regular and stable pattern of sexual activity earlier in life predict the maintenance of sexual activity in old age. Conversely, there are no convincing data that hormonal changes, associated with aging, have a primary role in underlying changes in sexual function in healthy aging men. Nonetheless, sexual dysfunctions especially in elderly people are poor investigated. Asking about sexual health remains difficult or embarrassing for many primary care physicians. In addition, many patients find it difficult to raise sexual issues with their doctor. This situation often results in sexual issues not being adequately addressed thus resulting in depression, social withdrawal and delayed diagnosis of underlying medical conditions often resulting in forthcoming cardiovascular events. Education and permission from a health care professional may help to alter such misconceptions. Information from physicians regarding normal age-related changes in sexuality and encouragement, together with advice on how to continue meaningful sexual relations, may play a key role in altering such negative attitudes.
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