Testosterone Replacement Therapy May Not Be Best for Younger Male Patients

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For younger male patients with low testosterone traditional treatments may not be the best method for what could be a temporary condition.

For younger male patients with low testosterone traditional treatments may not be the best method for what could be a temporary condition.

Paul Turek, MD, FACS, FRSM, discussed alternatives to testosterone replacement therapy during the AACE's 24th Annual Scientific and Clinical Congress in Nashville. Turek said the research focused mostly on males between the ages of 18 and around 50-years-old.

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