While there are multiple studies about how testosterone replacement therapy can affect your prostate health, there are no links between undergoing TRT and prostate health. In a recent study by dr. Stacy loeb, there was no negative link found between the two (TRT and prostate health), in fact, the study found that 50% of the men had a decrease in their future risk for prostate cancer.

You must understand that men who have a history of prostate cancer, Low T treatment isn’t generally advised, that’s why we staff medical physicians to further assess your medical history and see if you’re fit for treatment. Elevated testosterone levels can have the possibility to cause prostate lesions to grow. As we stated above, testosterone is not a factor in prostate cancer. There are a plethora of factors that affect or cause prostate cancer such as low serum levels but TRT does not have a direct relation with prostate cancer.