Better objective pain response seen with testosterone therapy

06/16/2013 | MedPage Today (free registration)

A small study presented a meeting of the Endocrine Society showed testosterone replacement therapy helped improve objective responses to painful stimuli at 14 weeks in male patients with chronic pain and opioid-induced androgen deficiency. However, the treatment did not improve the patients' perception of their pain and the findings should not at this point influence clinical practice, researchers said.

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