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Middle-aged men living with HIV may have low testosterone levels more commonly seen in older men.
Aging, weight gain and efavirenz use were all associated with lower free testosterone levels in men living with HIV.
Feminizing hormones used by transgender women living with HIV may alter susceptibility to heart disease.
Wasting syndrome involves the loss of both fat and lean body mass.
Researchers found that free testosterone levels were low even after successful treatment for hep C.
More research is needed to determine the potential risks and benefits of testosterone treatment in this population.
This is according to a study of French men who have well-controlled HIV thanks to antiretroviral treatment.
To check whether an HIV-positive man’s sex glands produce too little testosterone—a condition called male hypogonadism—doctors mus...
Men living with HIV undergoing testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) should have their red blood cell count monitored regularly, according to...
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Up to 88 percent of people with HIV experience fatigue, and psychological problems appear to be one of the most likely culprits, according to...
Transgender people with HIV may have to struggle for the care they need, but it’s essential to their health.
More than half of the men at a Spanish HIV Clinic had erectile dysfunction (ED), according to a study published online November 30 in AIDS and...
Testosterone for women: Low testosterone levels often cause irregular periods, fatigue, and weight and bone loss in women with HIV.
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