I’ve often wondered, with all the evidence that higher testosterone levels correlate w/ less heart disease, BP, diabetes, etc., wouldn’t increasing the body’s natural testosterone to the high-normal levels be a priority in the medical world? I mean, there’s so much medication out there to lower your cholesterol, BP, blood sugar, etc., that you’d figure someone would take an interest in improving testosterone levels, right?
Yet, doctors don’t seem to have an answer to this; as long as you are above 300 ng/dL, you can’t do anything about it. Why is there such reluctance on the part of the medical field? Is it because of the possible risk of prostate cancer, that they want to avoid it?