The indication for testosterone replacement treatments should be scaled back so that fewer men are prescribed them because the drugs do little to counter the signs of aging, a federal advisory panel announced. The group voted 10-1 to recommend that the prescribing language on testosterone supplements be revised to make it clear that the drugs have not been shown to reverse common symptoms of aging such as low libido, muscle loss, weight gain and fatigue. The new wording would limit the drug only for men who have abnormally low hormone levels due to disease or injury. Testosterone levels typically drop ... Read More
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