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Case Study: Testosterone Therapy Not Associated With Higher Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke
Low T Center conducted a study of nearly 40,000 patients who had suffered either a myocardial infarction (heart attack) or stroke before or after testosterone therapy to see if there was a discernible link. The results revealed that carefully monitored testosterone patients have a lower risk of developing a heart attack or stroke. Download the […]
Case Study: Who Were the Patients on Testosterone Who Had Heart Attacks?
The link between myocardial infarctions (heart attacks) and testosterone therapy is up for debate. After conducting a study of nearly 49,000 patients, Low T Center found evidence that testosterone therapy does not cause heart attacks. The data revealed that patients who had suffered a heart attack were smokers, diabetic, or had other medical issues. Download […]
Heart Attack and Stroke Risk in Young, Healthy Men Treated With Injectable Testosterone
In an article published in the International Journal of Endocrinology, Low T Center discusses a recent study of 40,000 patients in which the data revealed that testosterone treatment in younger, healthy men does not lead to an increase in myocardial infarction (heart attack) or stroke. Download the article to learn more.
Case Study: Influence of Altitude on Hematocrit in Patients Receiving Testosterone Therapy
Low T Center initiated a pilot study of 160 patients to understand the different responses patients have to injectable testosterone at various altitudes. The study revealed that altitude did not affect patient response to testosterone, but it did affect the volume of red blood cells. Download the case study to learn more.