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Dr. Miner on the effect of BMI on dosing in patients with testosterone deficiency

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“The initial levels were inversely related to body mass index, so…men who are the largest…or had the largest BMI have the lowest testosterone levels,” says Martin M. Miner, MD.

In this video, Martin M. Miner, MD, discusses the background and findings of the study, “Subcutaneous Testosterone Enanthate and the Effect of Body Mass Index on Serum Testosterone in Men with Testosterone Deficiency,” presented recently at the 2021 Sexual Medicine Society of North America Fall Scientific Meeting. Miner is the founder of the Men’s Health Center at Miriam Hospital and clinical professor of family medicine and urology in the Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island.

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