Aromatase inhibitors

Aromatase inhibitors act to increase serum testosterone by causing an increase in LH, which leads to greater production of T by the testicles, and also by reducing the conversion of T to estrogen. Their use is off-label. One commonly used agent is anastrozole, and the usual dose in men is 1 mg daily.

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