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How does Testosterone effects kidneys?
It is predicted genetically that testosterone was directly associated with Chronic Kidney Diseases (CKD) and could lead to worse kidney functionality in men. This could be a major burden of mortality at a global level. According to a study, it was found that the 10% of the population world wide is suffering from Chronic Kidney Diseases (CKD). CKD has a significant apparent disparity in men and women. Speaking specifically functioning of kidney declines faster in men than in women, corresponding to this the mortality rate through CKD is higher in men than in women.
What are the other problems that are caused by increased Testosterone levels?
Normal amount of testosterone that are present in human body are essential for health. However, abnormally increased testosterone levels can cause several issues in males as well as females. According to a study that was conducted in 2017 that in more than 9000 men of age group 19-39 years living in Europe and the United States. It was found that the average testosterone level ranged 264-916 nanograms per deciliter which was abnormally higher. Some of the medical issues that fall under this category are acne, aggressiveness, headaches, heart and liver problems, CKD.
We also offer some testing for testosterone levels on effected kidney patients. For this testing purpose we Kidney Urology are hiring for Endocrinologist. We are looking for people that are well skilled for this testing jobs.