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    • NSAIDs Associated With Higher Testosterone Levels

      It's well established that opiates, over time, can suppress male androgen levels, leading to hypogonadism. Danish researchers recently examined the question of non-prescription analgesics and the relationship they had to male reproductive function.

      • Nearly 1500 men provided one semen sample, and one blood sample. They completed a questionnaire on their use of non-prescription pain relievers (acetaminophen, NSAIDs, and combination drugs).
      • Adjusting for age, researcher found no association between the use of non-prescription analgesics and semen quality.
      • However, following adjustments for age and time-of-day blood sampling, higher testosterone levels were observed by users of NSAIDs and combination drugs (but not acetaminophen).


      Reproductive Toxicology, 9 September 2017.

      http://www.sciencedirect.com/science...90623817301752

      This article was originally published in forum thread: NSAIDs Associated With Higher Testosterone Levels
      Comments 3 Comments
      1. JPB's Avatar
        JPB -
        I would not place much stock in this report
      1. Vince's Avatar
        Vince -
        The surprise result is that NSAIDS increase testosterone levels by about 10%.

        https://www.excelmale.com/showthread...ctive-function
      1. Jinzang's Avatar
        Jinzang -
        NSAIDS also increase the risk of stroke, so I would suggest sticking to good old testosterone.