Latest research study shows Testosterone does NOT cause prostate problems :-)

Testosterone Replacement Treatment may now be officially recommended to men suffering "male menopause" in light of new findings, doctors say.

The breakthrough findings were released at the start of Britain's first ever Andropause Awareness Week, in time for a gathering of scientists and clinicians in Munich to discuss advances in knowledge and treatment.

The "male menopause" has been deemed as an excuse for men's short temper in middle age, but the condition is a real one, and more than 2 million men in andropause may benefit from TRT, the report says.

Scientists say there is no link between testosterone treatment and prostate cancer, as previously feared.

TRT, which is reportedly the most effective known medication for andropause, had been associated to prostate cancer. But the Institute of Urology at University College Hospital in London has recently disproved the link. Their research findings indicate that raising testosterone levels could in fact be beneficial to the prostate.

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