A recent study has shown that continuous use of the painkiller Ibuprofen can reduce testosterone levels, therefore sex drive, in men. The drug has also been linked to male infertility. In a recent study, healthy young men who took the drug were found to have reduced levels of sex hormones, a disorder known as “compensated hypogonadism” which is usually found in older men or smokers. The disorder is thought to have short term effects whilst using the drug but there is concern for the health of long term users.
As this is a common anti-inflammatory available at a supermarket and is popular, especially among athletes, Cleos on Nile wants you to have all the information to keep you healthy and virile. Consult your doctor about the best pain management for you. You can read more about the study here.