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    • Testosterone Affects Outcomes in Men With MS

      Testosterone Affects Outcomes in Men With MS


      Several benefits have been associated with testosterone as a potential therapy, such as improved libido, increased muscle strength, improved bone density, and potentially improved memory and other cognitive measures. However, there are serious risks associated with testosterone therapy such as an increased prostate specific antigen, increased susceptibility to cancer, emotional lability, hypertension, increased hemoglobin, and increased cardiovascular events.

      There may be benefits with regard to slowing disease progression and cognitive decline that warrant further study, said Dr. Chitnis. She added that future studies should focus on “mechanisms and interactions of sex hormones and testosterone in boys with MS, as well as safety and efficacy of testosterone in men with MS.”

      http://www.mdedge.com/neurologyrevie...utcomes-men-ms

      This article was originally published in forum thread: Testosterone Affects Outcomes in Men With MS