Hormonal androgen replacement therapy (HRT) is the most commonly prescribed therapy in men.
However, its safety and effectiveness have not been well-documented.
We recently analyzed data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) to learn more about the safety and efficacy of HRT for men.
We found that HRT is a safe treatment for men in terms of safety and quality of life, as well as health benefits.
For women, HRT appears to have more favorable safety and other benefits, but more research is needed.
Here’s a look at the key findings: HRT has been shown to be a safe, effective, and safe-to-use treatment for the treatment of mild to moderate testosterone deficiency (TDR).
HRT does not increase the risk of adverse events, including depression, anxiety, and sexual dysfunction.
However: Hormone replacement therapy can increase the likelihood of adverse event, including hypogonadism and prostate cancer.