Once-daily testosterone solution 2% (T-sol) is safe and improves sex drive and energy in men with androgen deficiency.
Men using testosterone gel experienced improvements in sex drive, sexual activity, and erectile function.
Both low testosterone and sarcopenia tied to increased mortality, with low testosterone being a better predictor.
Sexual function and mood and depressive symptoms were improved in older men who received testosterone therapy.
Researchers found an increased odds of low testosterone with exposure as well as an increased odds with increasing age and comorbidities.
Eating more protein may lower testosterone levels in women.
American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists issues position statement on CV risks of testosterone therapy.
Prostate cancer is more likely to be found in men with low testosterone vs. those with normal levels.
Low testosterone may increase cardiovascular risk in middle-aged men with type 2 diabetes.
A new Endocrine Society clinical practice guideline advises against the use of testosterone in healthy women.
Lipocine announced top-line results from its Phase 3 SOAR clinical trial evaluating the efficacy and safety of LPCN 1021, an oral testosterone agent in hypogonadal men with low testosterone.
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