Clomiphene increases free testosterone levels in men with both secondary hypogonadism and erectile dysfunction: who does and does not benefit?

@article{Guay2003ClomipheneIF,
  title={Clomiphene increases free testosterone levels in men with both secondary hypogonadism and erectile dysfunction: who does and does not benefit?},
  author={Andr{\'e} T. Guay and Julienne Jacobson and J. David Buldain P{\'e}rez and Mary Beth Hodge and Eric Velasquez},
  journal={International Journal of Impotence Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={15},
  pages={156-165}
}
Secondary hypogonadism is more common than primary gonadal failure and is seen in chronic and acute illnesses. Although testosterone has a role in erections, its importance in erectile dysfunction (ED) has been controversial. Hypogonadism produced by functional suppression of pituitary gonadotropins has been shown to correct with clomiphene citrate, but with a modest effect on sexual function. We wondered if longer treatment would produce improved results. A total of 178 men with secondary… CONTINUE READING
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