testosterone replacement and migraines

charmed quark at 22h58
testosterone replacement and migraines

The question has come up as to whether low testosterone in men is associated with migraines. In my case, I think it is the other way around.

Over a decade ago my T-level was tested and found to be high normal. My doctor was concerned because at the time they thought high testosterone was associated with heart disease and prostate cancer. He advised me to take up endurance exercise such as jogging to lower it. They now know it is the opposite, that high normal [......]
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