Young hypogonadal men

Testosterone replacement increases nitrogen retention in castrated males of several animal species (Kochakian 1935; 1937; 1950), eunuchoidal men, boys before puberty, and in women (Kenyon 1940). Several recent studies (Brodsky etal. 1996; Katznelson etal. 1996; Wang etal. 2000) have re-examined the effects of testosterone on body composition and muscle mass in hypogonadal men in more detail (Bhasin etal. 1996; 1997; Brodsky etal. 1996; Katznelson etal. 1996; Snyder etal. 2000; Wang et al. 1996; 2000). These studies are in agreement that replacement doses of testosterone, when administered to healthy, androgen-deficient men, increase fat-free mass, muscle size, and maximal voluntary strength. The muscle accretion during testosterone treatment is associated with an increase in fractional muscle protein synthesis (Brodsky etal. 1996).

Hair Loss Prevention

Hair Loss Prevention

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