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Will testosterone increase my likelihood of having a heart attack or stroke?

No. In fact, evidence proves the exact opposite. Individuals undergoing testosterone replacement therapy have been shown to have a 50% reduction in cardiovascular events. The quick and easy: therapeutic testosterone levels strengthen not only the cardiovascular system, but decrease triglyceride and cholesterol levels, lower blood pressure, and improve insulin sensitivity.

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