Current prescribing practices for testosterone therapy constitute abuse, said Ajay Nangia MD, with the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City, during the first-ever “Crossfire” session at the American Urological Association meeting. Nangia was pitted against Martin Miner, MD, with Brown University in Providence, RI. A surge in testosterone supplement prescriptions in the past few years and recent studies questioning the safety of the therapy have made the hormone treatment a hot topic in some medical circles. Low testosterone levels can lead to symptoms such as a low sex drive, weight gain, fatigue and muscle loss. While testosterone levels drop ... Read More
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