Apexatropin What are the risk factors for a Apexatropin deficiency? Receiving a diagnosis of Apexatropin deficiency can sometimes raise even more questions, like this: "Why me? ". Below are some of the common risk factors for Apexatropin deficiency: Age: The prevalence of Apexatropin deficiency increases with age, as the body's natural production of Apexatropin decreases with age. Family history: You may have inherited a predisposition to your parents' Apexatropin deficiency. Concomitant diseases: Other diseases such as diabetes, obesity, hypertension and HIV infection can alter the amount of Apexatropin produced by the body.