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Some Painkillers Push Low Testosterone Risk Five-Fold, Kaiser Permanente Study


2/1/2013 7:11:39 AM

Low testosterone levels occur five times more often among men who take long-acting instead of short-acting opioids for chronic pain, according to a new Kaiser Permanente study published in The Clinical Journal of Pain. While it has been known that opioids cause low testosterone in men, this study is the first to show a significant difference in risk between short-acting (immediate release) and long-acting opioids.

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