American Testosterone Clinic for Men

Budgeting for HGH Replacement Therapy

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Published on May 25th, 2023

budgeting for HGH replacement therapy 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes I was diagnosed by your clinic as having adult-onset HGH deficiency. But the hormone replacement therapy you say I need will strain my budget quite a bit. I don't want to cut down on my partying or my Lexus payments. Isn't there some shortcut, like mail order "HGH booster" pills I've seen advertised from Indonesia, that costs less and works just as well? I understand that you're concerned about the cost of HGH therapy. However, I would caution against using mail order "HGH booster" pills from Indonesia. These products are not regulated by the FDA, and there is no guarantee … Read more »

Damage to Pituitary Gland Can Cause HGH Deficiency

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 23rd, 2023

medications that can harm pituitary gland HGH deficiency 300x180Reading Time: 4 minutes I am worried that I might unintentionally damage my pituitary gland and cause an HGH deficiency if I use certain medications. Can you tell me what medications to avoid to avoid such terrible side effects? Sure. Here are some medications that can damage the pituitary gland and cause HGH deficiency: Corticosteroids: Corticosteroids are used to treat various conditions, including inflammation, allergies, and autoimmune diseases. They can damage the pituitary gland by suppressing the production of HGH. Antipsychotics: Antipsychotics are used to treat mental health conditions, such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. They can damage the pituitary gland by interfering with the … Read more »

HGH Q and A

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 19th, 2023

what part of the body produces HGH 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes What part of the body produces HGH? The pituitary gland, located at the brain's base, produces HGH. The pituitary gland is a small, pea-sized gland that produces several hormones, including growth hormone. Growth hormone is a protein that is essential for growth and development. It helps to stimulate the growth of bones, muscles, and other tissues. Growth hormone also affects metabolism, energy production, and immune function. The release of growth hormone is controlled by a hormone called growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH), which is produced by the hypothalamus. GHRH stimulates the release of growth hormone from the pituitary gland. Other factors, … Read more »

Alcohol Consumption and Your Hormone Levels

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 19th, 2023

is alcohol good for your hormone levels 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes Is drinking alcohol good for my hormone levels? No, drinking alcohol is not suitable for your hormone levels. Alcohol can disrupt the production and function of hormones, which can lead to a variety of health problems, including: Irregular menstrual cycles Infertility Decreased testosterone levels in men Increased estrogen levels in women Breast cancer Osteoporosis Heart disease Liver disease Brain damage If you are concerned about your hormone levels, talking to one of the board-certified doctors at our clinic is essential. Our doctors can help you determine if you have any underlying hormonal imbalances and recommend treatment options. What if I'm … Read more »

Testosterone Increases Tenacity and Persistence In Spite of Long Odds

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on May 17th, 2023

casino roulette table SBI 302132258 300x169Reading Time: 3 minutes Sex Hormones have a tremendous effect on psychological function. Testosterone not only impacts male physiology, but it has a significant impact on decision-making. There is a big trend in research to explore the behavioral effects of Testosterone via Hormone Replacement. A study recently released in the clinical journal Psychoneuroendocrinology uses Testosterone to explore how the hormone impacts men's ability to stand up in the face of defeat. Testosterone and Social Rank In animals, Testosterone Levels are often associated with pecking order. Dominant males tend to have higher Testosterone Levels than subordinates in the group. Earning one's place at the top … Read more »

Never Take More Than the Recommended Dosage!

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Published on May 10th, 2023

do not increase HGH prescription just to get gains 225x300Reading Time: 3 minutes I have a legitimate need for supplemental HGH, as determined by my board-certified physician at your clinic. And my HGH prescription has tremendously helped my well-being, my physical fitness, my love life, and my performance at the gym. But Davey, my friend at the gym who sometimes spots for me, says I should 5X or 10X the amount of HGH I take, so I can win championships. Is Davey right? No, Davey is not right. Taking more HGH than prescribed by your doctor is dangerous and can have serious side effects, including: Heart disease Liver damage Kidney failure Cancer Death … Read more »

Low Testosterone in Men: The Next Big Thing in Medicine! – Abraham Morgentaler, MD

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on May 7th, 2023

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Full: Effect of Testosterone Replacement Therapy on Prostate Tissue in Men with Late-Onset Hypogonadism (Dramatic Health)

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on May 3rd, 2023

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HGH and Sexual Desire

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 1st, 2023

human growth hormone and sexual desire 300x200Reading Time: 4 minutes Libido is a person's overall sexual drive or desire for sexual activity. It is influenced by biological, psychological, and social factors. Biologically, the sex hormones and associated neurotransmitters that act upon the nucleus accumbens regulate libido in humans. (The nucleus accumbens (NAc) is a small area of the brain that is involved in reward, motivation, and addiction. It is located in the basal forebrain, which is a part of the brain that is involved in movement, emotions, and learning. The NAc receives input from a variety of brain regions, including the prefrontal cortex, the amygdala, and the hippocampus. It sends … Read more »

Are You a “Soy Boy”?

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 1st, 2023

are you a soy boy 300x220Reading Time: 4 minutes "Soy boy" is a term that originated in online communities and has gained popularity on social media and in popular culture. The term is often used to describe men who are perceived as weak, effeminate, or lacking in traditional masculine qualities. The origin of the term is uncertain, but it is believed to have originated from the idea that consuming soy products can have a feminizing effect on men, leading to a decrease in testosterone levels and other masculinizing hormones. However, there is little scientific evidence to support this claim, and many health experts dispute the notion that soy products … Read more »

Young Adults with Problems; Possible Help via HRT

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 30th, 2023

young adults with hormone problems imbalance 300x200Reading Time: 4 minutes Human growth hormone (HGH) replacement therapy has gained significant attention for its potential to help young adults improve their overall physical and mental well-being. Many thirtysomething men and women face unexplained weakness, low energy, excess weight gain, flabby muscles, and poor self-esteem, which can negatively impact their academic/work performance and social life. However, HGH therapy has been shown to help address these issues and improve overall quality of life. For example, Sam, a 31-year-old man, struggled with excess weight and low energy, despite being physically active and following a healthy diet. He had been to multiple doctors, but no one … Read more »

Are All HRT Clinics the Same?

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 30th, 2023

are all HRT clinics the same 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes No, not all HRT clinics are the same. There are many factors to consider when choosing an HRT clinic, including the following: The clinic's experience and expertise in HRT. Choosing a clinic with experience treating men and women with HRT is essential. (A few HRT clinics, ours not included, do not treat both sexes.) The clinic should have a team of doctors and nurses who are knowledgeable about the risks and benefits of HRT and the different types of HRT available. Our clinic meets these requirements and then some – as all our physicians are experienced, board-certified specialists. The clinic's … Read more »

Question: How Can I Support My HRT Program in My Daily Life?

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 13th, 2023

how to support your HRT regimen 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes Q: I'm already on an HRT program to restore my HGH to a healthy level. What can I do with my diet, lifestyle, supplement intake, and behavior to support the HRT's good effects? You can do many things to support the beneficial effects of HRT. Here are a few tips: 1. Eat a healthy diet. A healthy diet is essential for overall health, but it can also help support HRT's effects. Eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Avoid processed foods, sugary drinks, and unhealthy fats. 2. Exercise regularly. Exercise is another vital part of a healthy lifestyle. It … Read more »

Can I Use HGH Injections Mainly for Bodybuilding?

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Published on March 30th, 2023

can i use HGH injections for mainly bodybuilding purposes 255x300Reading Time: 4 minutes Q: Forget about health! I really just want to try HGH for aesthetic, body-building purposes. Asking for a friend. A: I understand that you may have some curiosity or interest in trying HGH for those purposes. However, you should know that there is no scientific evidence to support these claims. HGH is not approved by the FDA for these purposes and experts recommend against using it unless you really need it – that is, unless you really are being made weak or flabby or aging too rapidly because of adult-onset HGH deficiency. The good news is that, if you really … Read more »

I Want to Get Peak Athletic and Sexual Performance and I Don’t Care How I Get It!

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Published on March 23rd, 2023

peak athletic performance hormone replacement therapy HRT 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes QUESTION: "I want to get peak athletic performance. And I don't care if my HGH levels are really low or not. Even if my HGH levels are fine and I do not suffer from adult-onset HGH deficiency, I want to boost those levels anyway. I don't even care if it harms my health a little bit later on. I just want to have peak performance, bigger muscles, and attract girls. And I'll do anything to achieve those goals. What should I do?" ANSWER: As a potential HRT patient, it's important to understand that HGH therapy is a medical treatment that … Read more »

Sexy Partners, Sexy Spouses, and HGH

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Published on March 17th, 2023

getting sexy with HGH replacement therapy 300x200Reading Time: 4 minutes Proper HGH levels play a significant role in attracting a member of the opposite sex. HGH, or human growth hormone, is responsible for various physiological processes, including cell growth and regeneration. This hormone is produced naturally by the pituitary gland in the brain. However, as people age, their HGH levels naturally decline – and for some people, the decline is much worse than what is normal, which can lead to a wide range of health problems, including decreased energy levels, increased body fat, and reduced muscle mass. In addition to these health problems, low HGH levels can also affect one's … Read more »

My Sex Story: It was Physical, not Psychological

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on March 4th, 2023

psychotherapist improves sex life with hormone replacement therapy 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes Emile was a highly qualified psychotherapist in Louisiana. He had been practicing for over 15 years and had built a solid reputation for himself. He was happily married to Clothilde, a wonderful young woman. Emile was proud of his career and appearance, but at the age of 43, he struggled with a lack of energy, flabbiness, and, worst of all, a lack of interest in sex. For a man who had always been fit and handsome, the changes in his appearance were very distressing. Emile's lack of enthusiasm for his work and marriage was even more concerning. As a professional … Read more »

Finding the Origin of Prostate Cancer to Stop Cancer Before it Starts

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on February 21st, 2023

pink ribbon 1751875_960_720 300x274Reading Time: 3 minutes There was recently an exciting breakthrough in prostate cancer treatment. The ideal cancer treatment should be able to attack the source of uncontrolled cellular division at a minimal risk to the patient. In a new development, scientists have discovered a mechanism by which to eliminate prostate cancer by stopping the activity of just one enzyme known as PI5P4K?. The evidence of their clinical efforts was released in the journal Science Advances. While these discoveries have not reached human trials, their potential is undeniable. Overcoming Treatment-Resistant Prostate Cancer One of the biggest problems with traditional prostate cancer treatment (and most cancers … Read more »

Get Pro-active, Don’t Depend on a GP only!

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on February 8th, 2023

be proactive and do not rely just on your general practitioner 200x300Reading Time: 3 minutes Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) has become increasingly popular in recent years. Yet, many family and general practitioners are still not well-versed in the intricacies of hormone deficiencies and modern HRT treatments. This lack of knowledge can fail to recognize when a patient would benefit from a referral to a specialist and can limit the options available to patients seeking treatment. In this article, we will explore why this knowledge gap exists and why proactively seeking the advice of a specialist – like the ones at our clinic – can lead to better outcomes. One of the reasons why general practitioners … Read more »

How I Almost Failed in Life – Until I Discovered HGH

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on February 6th, 2023

successful lawyer HGH replacement therapy testimonial 300x225Reading Time: 3 minutes I'm Kyle. I’m a 33-year-old successful lawyer. I've always considered myself a high-functioning individual with a 145 IQ and a passion for my work. However, a few years ago, I noticed something wasn't right. I was experiencing several symptoms that seemed to be impacting my work and my personal life. I was always tired and lacked motivation and focus, and my sex drive had decreased significantly. I was also struggling to maintain muscle mass and had gained weight quickly. I went to my primary care doctor, thinking I might have a thyroid problem or another issue causing these symptoms. However, … Read more »