Is testosterone replacement safe after you’ve been treated for prostate cancer?

Prostate-Cancer-Symptoms

TRT Requires Close Long-Term Follow-Up

Urology – May 1, 2007 – Vol. 22 – No. 11

Patients with low serum testosterone levels and symptomatic hypogonadism who have undergone treatment for early, localized prostate cancer may be treated with testosterone replacement therapy as long as they are followed closely and remain in remission.

Article Reviewed: Testosterone Replacement for Hypogonadism After Treatment of Early Prostate Cancer With Brachytherapy. Sarosdy MF: Cancer; 2007; 109 (February 1): 536-541.

Testosterone Replacement for Hypogonadism After Treatment of Early Prostate Cancer With Brachytherapy.

Sarosdy MF:
Cancer; 2007; 109 (February 1): 536-541

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Northeast Georgia Urology-Prostate Screening-A white board animation.

What the newly diagnosed male with prostate cancer thought was a simple disease of older men, becomes much more complicated once the decision process begins. This animation highlights the conundrum that is prostate cancer.