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Low Testosterone and Peyronie’s Disease

Mar 18, 2015

Because low testosterone is common with both Peyronie’s disease and ED, the researchers wanted to learn more about its role.

One hundred eighty-five men participated in the study. Eighty-seven of them had Peyronie’s disease. The rest had ED. (None of the men had both Peyronie’s disease and ED at the same time, however.) On average, the men were in their mid-fifties.

The researchers were particularly interested in two issues.

First, they wanted to compare the testosterone levels of men with Peyronie’s disease with those of men with ED.

The men gave blood samples and their testosterone levels were checked. Levels below 300 ng/dL were classified as low. (Click here to learn more about testosterone measurements.)


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