Testosterone may also lead to an unhealthy change in your total cholesterol. Research on testosterone and cholesterol has produced mixed results, however. HDL cholesterol is considered good for you, and LDL cholesterol is considered bad for you. Some studies suggest that testosterone can lower your HDL levels, which can contribute to higher levels of LDL cholesterol. This is because the main function of HDL cholesterol is to help your body remove excess LDL particles. Other researchers argue that there’s no definitive proof that testosterone interferes with the body’s cholesterol levels.
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