Investigators examine the onset of puberty and testicular function in prepubertal boys treated with oxandrolone.
Clinicians should use a total testosterone level below 300ng/dL as a reasonable cut-off in support of the diagnosis of low testosterone.
A number of adverse events or side effects have been reported, but this is the first report of hyperprolactinemia as the result of ingestion of kratom.
Testosterone therapy is recommended in men with hypogonadism to correct symptoms of testosterone deficiency. Men who are otherwise healthy do not need to be screened for hypogonadism.
Researchers tested whether semen quality and reproductive function could be a marker of general health in men.
Patients attending VA clinics may experience variability in testosterone prescribing practices for hypogonadism.
At 12 years of testosterone treatment, HbA1c decreased to 5.5±0.3%.
Low adherence to topical testosterone therapy has been linked to lowered total testosterone values and poor outcomes.
There has been growing concern that testosterone replacement therapy is associated with adverse cardiovascular outcomes.
Studies published in JAMA and JAMA Internal Medicine highlight the benefits and risks of treating men for low testosterone.
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