Repair may Improve Testosterone Levels

March 2012
Fertility Weekly;3/5/2012, p3
Academic Journal
The article discusses the significance of varicocele repair to improve testosterone levels in men with low level of testosterone. It mentions that a study suggest that varicocele is a significant risk factor for androgen deficiency and that repair may increase testosterone levels in men with testosterone levels deficiency and varicole.


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