Category Archives: Andropause

Low testosterone results in Andropause – common symptoms are fatigue, and feeling tired all the time.


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Low-T Therapy for Andropause—Treating Male Menopause

Written by Dr. White, Published on September 15th, 2017

Read about Menopause The Facts: Andropause, also known as the male menopause or MANopause, is the result of a gradual drop in testosterone which is an androgen, giving the condition its name. In many cases, bioidentical hormones can be part of the solution. Read more »

Clomiphene Citrate for Testosterone Deficiency

Written by Dr. White, Published on September 3rd, 2017

As Americans become more informed, they are quickly recognizing the health risks related with Andropause and Testosterone Deficiency. Andropause is the time in a guy’s life where he no longer produces enough Testosterone to meet the body’s needs. Though Andropause is the most common type of Hypogonadism, the condition can result from a number of different causes. For example, many men lack the means to release sufficient Testosterone from birth. Others lose their ability to make enough Testosterone because of cancer, radiation, trauma, or other circumstances. For these patients, direct Testosterone Replacement is the only adequate means to treat Low-T. For most patients, however, there is another option available—Clomiphene Citrate. Clomiphene Citrate is now available for generic prescription but was originally prescribed by the brand names Clomid and Serophene. Treating Andropause with Clomiphene Citrate Most men think that Low-T is the direct result of the body’s inability to produce its own Testosterone. The truth is that, in fact, most males retain the ability to produce their own Testosterone throughout their entire lives—given the appropriate and adequate stimulation. Andropause is a form of Secondary Hypogonadism, meaning that the testes still work just fine, they simply don’t receive enough upstream signaling to

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Got Andropause? Male Renewal With Androgen Testosterone Treatment for Men

Written by Dr. Technical, Published on August 17th, 2016

August 21st, 2013 Andropause is the technical term for the hormone imbalance all men will experience as they age. Commonly called male menopause, andropause typically begins to affect men between the ages of 35 and 40. In some cases, however, the testosterone deficiencies associated with andropause may occur in much younger men Read more »

What Is Andropause? It’s Symptoms In Men & Treatment

Written by admin, Published on August 17th, 2016

August 21st, 2013 Andropause is the technical term for the hormone imbalance all men will experience as they age. Commonly called male menopause, andropause typically begins to affect men between the ages of 35 and 40 Read more »

What is Andropause? – Renew Youth

Written by admin, Published on August 14th, 2016

August 21st, 2013 Andropause is the technical term for the hormone imbalance all men will experience as they age. Read more »

Andropause – Canoe.com

Written by admin, Published on July 21st, 2016

The Facts Testosterone is the hormone responsible for deep voices, muscle mass, and facial and body hair patterns found in males. Read more »

Male menopause – NHS Choices

Written by admin, Published on July 4th, 2016

Some men develop depression,loss of sex drive, erectile dysfunction and other physical and emotional symptomswhen they reach their late 40s to early 50s. Read more »

Male menopause: Myth or reality? – Mayo Clinic

Written by admin, Published on July 4th, 2016

Recognizing low testosterone levels A blood test is the only way to diagnose a low testosterone level or a reduction in the bioavailability of testosterone. Some men have a lower than normal testosterone level without signs or symptoms. Read more »

Andropause (Male Menopause) – zrtlab.com

Written by admin, Published on July 4th, 2016

Do men have a menopause? Read more »

Hypogonadism Guide

Written by Dr. White, Published on June 30th, 2016

Hypogonadism is the term for any condition which causes sex hormones to be produced at levels which are inadequate for normal and healthy function. In males, Hypogonadism is also known as Low-T or Testosterone Deficiency. Dependent upon the age at which Hypogonadism becomes a health issue, the symptoms can be dramatically different. Healthy sex hormone production is absolutely necessary for the development of secondary sexual characteristics during puberty, and if Testosterone or Estrogen Levels are too low, this can lead to delayed puberty or underdevelopment. In adulthood, Hypogonadism affects physiological function rather than development. Testosterone is vitally important to both health and sexual function in men. In women, Estrogen is necessary for the menstrual cycle and normal fertility. In both sexes, Testosterone is directly associated with sexual desire and performance. If a man doesn’t produce enough Testosterone, libido suffers, erectile function diminishes, and fertility falls dramatially. Treatments options for Hypogonadism depend on the underlying cause of Sex Hormone Deficiency, but usually revolve around effective use of Testosterone Replacement Therapy or Clomiphene Citrate. Primary Hypogonadism in Men In men, Primary Hypogonadism is a condition in which the testes are unable to adequately produce Testosterone in order to meet the physiological requirements

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