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.
Better objective pain response seen with testosterone therapy
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