Researchers say more studies need to be done on the potential impact of the coronavirus on male reproductive health.Photo: XinhuaResearchers say more studies need to be done on the potential impact of the coronavirus on male reproductive health.Photo: Xinhua
Researchers say more studies need to be done on the potential impact of the coronavirus on male reproductive health.Photo: Xinhua

Wuhan doctors plan long-term look at coronavirus impact on male sex hormone

  • Blood samples from Covid-19 patients in small-scale study indicate what could be a testicle malfunction, researchers say
  • Results ‘not conclusive and require further investigation’

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Researchers say more studies need to be done on the potential impact of the coronavirus on male reproductive health.Photo: XinhuaResearchers say more studies need to be done on the potential impact of the coronavirus on male reproductive health.Photo: Xinhua
Researchers say more studies need to be done on the potential impact of the coronavirus on male reproductive health.Photo: Xinhua
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