Testosterone

Testosterone Levels Increased in Third Trimester Pregnancy in PCOS

Testosterone Levels Increased in Third Trimester Pregnancy in PCOS

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Investigators examine total testosterone, free testosterone, and sex hormone binding globulin levels in pregnant women in the third trimester with PCOS.

Low Testosterone Linked With Social Anxiety in Boys With Klinefelter Syndrome

Low Testosterone Linked With Social Anxiety in Boys With Klinefelter Syndrome

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This finding suggests that clinicians should monitor anxiety among individuals with testosterone deficiency and XXY.

Testosterone Prescribing Trends in the United States Between 2002 and 2016

Testosterone Prescribing Trends in the United States Between 2002 and 2016

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In 2014, the US Food and Drug Administration issued a safety bulletin for the use of testosterone.

Effect of Testosterone Replacement on Glycemic Control in Obese Men With Hypogonadism, T2D

Effect of Testosterone Replacement on Glycemic Control in Obese Men With Hypogonadism, T2D

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Investigators examined the effect of testosterone replacement therapy on metabolic syndrome and vascular function in obese males with hypogonadism.

Long-Term Testosterone Treatment Reduced HbA1c in Men With Hypogonadism and Type 2 Diabetes

Long-Term Testosterone Treatment Reduced HbA1c in Men With Hypogonadism and Type 2 Diabetes

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At 12 years of testosterone treatment, HbA1c decreased to 5.5±0.3%.

Increasing Bone Mineral Density in Older Men

Increasing Bone Mineral Density in Older Men

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After 1 year of therapy, men who underwent testosterone therapy experienced improvement in bone mineral density and mood.

Case Study: Adverse Cerebrovascular Event With Testosterone Use

Case Study: Adverse Cerebrovascular Event With Testosterone Use

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A 28-year-old male patient, otherwise in good health, presented with acute onset vertigo, nausea, and vomiting resulting from exogenous testosterone use.

Testosterone May Explain Gender Disparity in Rates of Asthma

Testosterone May Explain Gender Disparity in Rates of Asthma

Testosterone has been identified as a "potent inhibitor" of lymphoid cells responsible for producing proteins that lead to lung inflammation.

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