Men over the age of 65 with low testosterone are at a higher risk for anemia. A 2009 study shows that older men with low testosterone are almost five times more likely to be anemic than men with normal levels.
Risk for cardiovascular illnesses is greatly increased in men with low testosterone. This can lead to high blood pressure and arterial stiffness as well as many other cardiovascular related illnesses.
Men with low testosterone are more apt to develop diabetes later on down the road. Additionally, men with diabetes are more likely to have low testosterone.