How do anabolic steroids (testosterone) affect prostate cancer

My boyfriend has prostate cancer and wants to start taking anabolic steroids (testosterone) to be specific he has problems getting and keeping an erection and seems to think this will help I'm worried about it doing more harm than good can u please tell me a little about this subject
Asked Jan 22, 2016
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Answered Jan 25, 2016

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Answered Nov 08, 2016
Steroids(including normal testosterone in the body) stimulate the androgen receptors in the prostate. Excessive levels of androgenic steroids (such as through steroid use) causes prostate growth/enlargement called BPH (Benign prostate hyperplasia) in a short period of time. Once excessive system levels of androgenic steroids drops, than the prostate will start to shrink back again. It may not shrink completely back to it’s former size however.

In non-steroid users, testosterone mainly causes it once it converts to DHT. DHT is much more androgenic(binds to the receptors stronger) than testosterone.

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Answered Dec 22, 2017

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