ea0070aep204 | Bone and Calcium | ECE2020
, Priskorn Lærke
, Olesen Inge A
, Vanderschueren Dirk
, Joergensen Niels
Background: Male infertility is associated with a higher long-term morbidity and mortality risk. However, it is not clear which diseases are contributing to this risk. Osteoporosis is a possible factor, as it is a frequent disease and sex steroids regulate both fertility and bone health. Furthermore, there are data indicating that high FSH levels in women are related to low bone mineral density (BMD), independent of estradiol levels. As infertile men often have increased FSH, ...