Anxiety and Depression in Klinefelter Syndrome: The Impact of Personality and Social Engagement

Another excellent research article from the Danes, who have a much better understanding of our biology than the Americans.

KS patients had a significantly higher level of Testosterone than controls, reflecting that most of these KS participants were receiving high doses of exogenous Testosterone. Similarly, testosterone levels among KS patients receiving testosterone therapy were significantly higher than those not receiving this therapy.

Given how exogenous Testosterone has long been flouted as a means to offset Psychological and Physical health issues in later life, research of this nature will hopefully shock those who promote it. Though given the medical profession’s vested interest and parents’ insistence in ensuring the child is exposed to Testosterone in line with XY peers, there is no doubt the rippling shock will be subtle, and everyone will push on regardless.

The intended impact of exogenous Testosterone is to virilise a body. This effect is not always in the individual’s best interest and can (in some instances) cause more harm than good.