Medication to increase testosterone levels? Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) for the aging male is often a controversial topic, and when it comes to TRT for the aging male, I believe that it is a topic that will always be controversial.
A lot of men and their doctors have been very critical of TRT for the aging male. The reason for the critical comments is that TRT is a potent drug with a lot of side effects and it’s been approved for a very narrow patient population. The problem is that the majority of TRT patients are older males, and TRT is known to have a very different side effect profile in older men than it does in younger men. It is possible that TRT could actually be a very good thing for older males, but it’s impossible to tell with the data that is currently available.
There have been a lot of studies looking at the effects of TRT in older males, and these studies have been all over the place. Some studies have been looking at TRT for younger males, some studies have looked at TRT in older males, and some studies have looked at TRT in older males with low testosterone.
The studies that have been looking at TRT in older males with low testosterone have shown that TRT improves testosterone levels, increases bone density, increases muscle mass, and improves sexual function.
The studies looking at TRT in older males with normal testosterone levels have shown that TRT improves testosterone levels, but not as much as TRT does in younger males.
The studies looking at TRT in older males that have shown that TRT has no effect on testosterone levels, but that TRT does improve the quality of life of these older men.
The studies that have looked at TRT in older males that have low testosterone levels and are taking TRT have shown that TRT improves testosterone levels and that TRT also improves bone density and muscle mass, but there has been no improvement in sexual function.
There are a lot of problems with the current data. First of all, a lot of the studies that have looked at TRT in older males have used a very small number of patients. Some of the studies have used less than 10 patients.
The reason for the small number of patients is that TRT has a very narrow approved patient population, and TRT is only approved for males with low testosterone levels.
The problem with using a very small number of patients is that you are not able to tell whether the results that you are seeing are the result of the TRT or if they are just a fluke.