Testosterone use in men with high risk for heart problems actually lowered heart attack risk
(dailyRx News) As men age, their bodies may start to produce less testosterone. In some cases, men may need to use testosterone therapy to prevent certain health problems. However, some research suggests that testosterone therapy could raise the risk for heart attack.
That may not be the case, according to a new study.
This new research found no link between the use of testosterone therapy and increased heart attack risk.
In fact, the researchers found that for men with a high risk of heart attack, testosterone therapy slightly lowered heart attack risk.
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