Because men do not go through a well-defined period referred to as menopause, some doctors refer to this problem as androgen (testosterone) decline in the aging male, or what some people call low testosterone. Men do experience a decline in the production of the male hormone testosterone with aging, but this also occurs with conditions such as diabetes. Along with the decline in testosterone, some men experience symptoms that include fatigue, weakness, depression, and sexual problems. The relationship of these symptoms to decreased testosterone levels is still controversial.
Many people think that man don’t have menopause. Many orthodox people will use this point to underline the fact that man is superior.Man does not have a definite point where the menopause occurs. He may not show definite sign like menopause in females where she stops menstruating.In old age many men develop gynecomastia. Some develop loss of libido or sexual desire. Some old men suddenly develop phenomenon of losing affinity towards life. Some manifest strange phenomenon of increased libido. But I will call it a cry of dying masculinity. It is self-limiting. May be it is a last try of T to utilize its vanishing resources which is so closely linked with manhood. Hence the menopause is there but it is gradual and subtle. At menopause Physical changes towards opposite gender, start appearing Now the death occurs at this particular juncture. But there is just one thought, what if death is delayed by a considerable time. To what extent these changes will take place?. REF. MAN IS THE EXTENSION OF WOMAN
Menopause is a hormonal change in women, that focuses on specific hormones and bodily functions inside of women, many of which men do not have. Men's bodies can't do the same things that women bodies do, and even if they experience a change that is like menopause, that doesn't mean that it is menopause.