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By your line of questioning, it appears that you're asking if taking/increasing testosterone will aggravate your chronically inflamed pancreas.  My understanding is that this hormone/medicine shouldn't make a difference since
Statin Drugs Found to Cause Liver Damage by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven caused 2.4 times as many cases of liver damage as low-dose statins, or 271 cases per 100,000 patients... Journal of Medicine" study found that maximum-dose Lipitor was 4.5 times more likely to cause liver damage...
Duke study elucidates why stress causes DNA damage: by Cancer.gov Duke study elucidates why stress causes DNA damage: NCI Cancer Center News For years, researchers have published papers that associate chronic stress with chromosomal damage. Now researchers...
Cramps Probably Caused by Muscle Damage by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor out. Further evidence that muscle damage is the cause of the cramp is that the muscle often hurts for hours or days... what causes them. Nobody has shown consistent benefit from any of the most common treatments: multivitamin...
Vaccines Cause Brain Damage by Dr. Kim .. Naturopathic DoctorHealth Maven that is being caused to our pets from vaccines. Of course I mention Meshach and the brain damage that is ensuing... prevent any infectious diseases, they caused more suffering and more deaths than has any other human...
Exercise May Reverse The Damage Caused By Heart Failure! by Ng Peng Hock Patient Expert some of the muscular damage (a hallmark of the condition). According to the researchers of the University... that may have become weak and shrunken as a result heart failure, a condition that cause the heart's inability to pump...
Exercise may help prevent brain damage caused by Alzheimer's disease by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert . Subscribe to the Alzheimer's Reading Room Exercise may help prevent brain damage caused... and still ended up with Alzheimer's disease. There can be no doubt that genetics are a major cause of Alzheimer's...
Researchers explore new ways to potentially reverse the damage caused by multiple sclerosis by stuart Patient Expert to potentially reverse the damage caused by multiple sclerosis and other neurological disorders. Stephen Lambert... damage. They do not reverse the damage caused by the diseases. "The process of myelination is extremely...
Cramps Probably Caused by Muscle Damage by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor out. Further evidence that muscle damage is the cause of the cramp is that the muscle often hurts for hours or days... what causes them. Nobody has shown consistent benefit from any of the most common treatments: multivitamin...
Protein reverses damage caused by heart attack by Invisalign topdentist damage caused by a heart attack. The protein molecule Thymosin beta-4 (TB4) has been found to encourage... in the Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology. Source :- Protein reverses damage caused by heart attack ...

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