Testosterone levels in China

In China after 2000, the average male testosterone level is 521 ng/dl.

In China after 2000, the average male testosterone level is 521 ng/dl. It is 593 ng/dl among Uygurs in Xinjiang, 566 in Fangchenggang, 507 in Tibet, 486 in Zunyi, 443 in Shanghai, and 436 in Fucheng County

Chinese locations vary in Testosterone

  • 593 ng/dl among Uygurs in Xinjiang
  • 566 in Fangchenggang
  • 507 in Tibet
  • 486 in Zunyi
  • 443 in Shanghai
  • 436 in Fucheng County

Testosterone levels in the eastern half of China versus the western half

Over 90% of people in China live in the eastern half. (source) Testosterone seems to be lower in the eastern half than in the outlying western parts of China, Xinjiang and Tibet.

Is China experiencing testosterone decline like the rest of the world?

Most of the world is going through a strange, unexplained decline in testosterone over the last few decades. The populated eastern part of China is no exception. The drop in testosterone is pretty similar to the rest of the world’s drop.

Note: On our graphic, if the data is from the same location, it is connected with a dotted line.

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