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    Statins May Lower Testosterone
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    Louise_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Since ED is a concern for men with diabetes and cholesterol is frequently a concern for people with diabetes-I wanted to make sure you saw this information about statins and testosterone.
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    rubystar2 responded:
    Very interesting article, Louise. I wonder if the excessive use of statins for diabetics also explains why it is sometimes said that diabetics have lower testosterone levels.
     
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    Manoj_in_Bangalore responded:
    Sure enough, ED is in the list of statin side effects mentioned at this site: http://www.spacedoc.net/statin_side_effects


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