Category Archives: Hypogonadism

What Is Male Hypogonadism

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on August 14th, 2020

how to raise testosterone levelsVideo Download: What Is Male Hypogonadism Part 1 Video Stream: What Is Male Hypogonadism Part 1 Video Download: What Is Male Hypogonadism Part 2 Video Stream: What Is Male Hypogonadism Part 2 &t=1s Hypogonadism refers to any condition which depletes the body's ability to produce sex hormones. In the case of men, Hypogonadism refers to a suppressed ability or inability to produce Testosterone, Luteinizing Hormone, or Follicle Stimulating Hormone. Both Luteinizing Hormone and Follicle Stimulating Hormone are necessary to produce Testosterone and Sperm. Male Hypogonadism can refer both to the inability to produce Testosterone and the inability to produce sperm What Causes Male Hypogonadism? There are a variety of ways that Hypogonadism can occur in males. It can be caused by genetics, trauma, or by natural aging, for example. The effects of Male Hypogonadism depend on the time in a patient's life when he experiences that deficiency. For patients that have been diagnosed with Low-T, Hypogonadism can be treated with Testosterone Replacement Therapy. For patients with low sperm count, other treatments, such as Clomiphene Citrate or Testosterone with HCG may be the best option. Prenatal Male Hypogonadism Children that experience Hypogonadism in the womb experience the most severe issues related … Read more »

Excessive Use of Tylenol / Acetaminophen May Negatively Affect Testosterone Levels in Unborn Boys

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on August 1st, 2020

Red tylenol bottle 300x194Video Download: Excessive Use Of Tylenol _ Acetaminophen May Negatively Affect Testosterone Levels In Unborn Boys Video Stream: Excessive Use Of Tylenol _ Acetaminophen May Negatively Affect Testosterone Levels In Unborn Boys Tylenol is one of the most popular pain relievers used in the United States and is clinically known as Acetaminophen or Paracetamol. Some risks have long been associated with the over-use of Tylenol, one of the most common of which is liver damage. Tylenol is the leading cause of Liver Toxicity in both the United States and Great Britain. A recent study produced by the University of Edinburgh shows evidence that Tylenol use may have another, less recognizable effect upon human beings. When taken regularly during pregnancy, Tylenol appears to suppress Testosterone production by male children in the womb. Tylenol Linked to Reproductive Issues in Boys Previous studies have provided similar data, which shows that taking too much Tylenol while pregnant can lead to increased odds of reproductive abnormalities in the male child. Producers of Tylenol and its generic counterparts are already required to label their bottles to indicate the risk and warn that pregnant women should use Tylenol as briefly as possible with the lowest dosage of … Read more »

Ordering Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) – Buy it Online!

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on May 15th, 2020

ordering testosterone online 2 300x200If you have signs and symptoms of low testosterone that bother you or affect the quality of your living condition (“quality of life”), there are many options available for increasing testosterone levels and achieving hormonal balance. Not everyone chooses treatment, however. There are a few ways to naturally increase your testosterone levels, but they are not guaranteed and some men have such a deficiency, it requires a doctor-supervised testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) program. TRT can be given using the following: Video Download: Ordering Testosterone Replacement Therapy Trt Buy It Online Part 1 Video Stream: Ordering Testosterone Replacement Therapy Trt Buy It Online Part 1 Video Download: Ordering Testosterone Replacement Therapy Trt Buy It Online Part 2 Video Stream: Ordering Testosterone Replacement Therapy Trt Buy It Online Part 2 Buy Testosterone Gel or Testosterone Cream The most commonly used Testosterone treatment options are skin gel or creams, which is used by about 50 out of 100 patients. The gel or cream is rubbed onto your shoulders or upper arms after a shower. This is the most common method due to its ease of use and zero involvement of needles. Many patients are leery of using needles and so the gels or … Read more »

Hypogonadism: Treatment, Diagnosis, and Prognosis

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 21st, 2020

what is hypogonadism low testosterone 199x300Hypogonadism is a condition where the sex glands produce little or no sex hormones. The sex glands are the testes in men and the ovaries in women. Testosterone is produced in the testes and estrogen is produced in the ovaries. These are the two main sex hormones produced by men and women, respectively. Sex hormones control sexual characteristics, such as breast and testicular development as well as pubic hair growth. In addition, both testosterone and estrogen play major roles in the male and female reproductive systems, including menstrual cycles and sperm production. Humans would not survive without sex hormones! Video Download: Hypogonadism Treatment Diagnosis And Prognosis Video Stream: Hypogonadism Treatment Diagnosis And Prognosis Hypogonadism is also called gonad deficiency. In males, it may be called low testosterone/andropause and in women, prior to menopause, primary ovarian insufficiency. Thankfully, hypogonadism can usually be easily treated with hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Types of Hypogonadism There are two types: primary and central. Primary hypogonadism occurs when the gonads, or sex organs, have an issue in sex hormone production. The cells in the gonads are receiving the hormonal messages from the brain to produce testosterone or estrogen, but for some reason aren't doing so. Central, … Read more »

Testosterone Replacement Beneficial for Modern Men?

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on February 11th, 2020

testosterone injection 300x200Testosterone Replacement Video Download: Testosterone Replacement Beneficial For Modern Men Video Stream: Testosterone Replacement Beneficial For Modern Men By Dr. Luigi Santorini Testosterone deficiency or androgen deficiency syndrome is a lot more common in people than the detractors of this vital hormone would have us believe. There are many websites and articles to be found in mainstream and scientific journals that claim Hypogonadism (an example being low testosterone, also called hypotestosteronemia) is a "general exaggeration" concerning marketers promoting the concept of "Is it Low-T?" However, for more than 100 years, research has been conducted using injectable testosterone shots on men. In more 10,000 studies on humans (men and women) that have been conducted with this primary androgen hormone, the results definitively prove Testosterone is vital to the health of men and women. The number of Testosterone prescriptions has climbed exponentially in the most recent decades, indicating this is no fly-by-night medical treatment fad. Testosterone Popularity Started in the 1950s Testosterone was first being given to patients in significant numbers during the 1950s; it has, since that time in the middle of the last century, continued to rise in popularity. For a straightforward fact, replenishing testosterone when there are actual clinical … Read more »

Low T – My life was falling apart because I had low testosterone

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on April 16th, 2019

low testosterone diagnosis 300x200Low T Story I stood next to my bags on the sidewalk, looking down at the ground. Humiliated and confused. As my parents pulled up in front of my dormitory, I picked up my stuff and carried it over to the truck, shuffling awkwardly from the exertion as 30 lbs of foreign body fat tried to squeeze its way out of my clothes. I smelled funny, I was a sweaty, an anxious mess, and I had no idea what was wrong. 24 hours earlier, my academic dean explained to me how medical leave works. You simply take a year off from school to address a medical issue, then return when you're feeling better. Sounds simple enough. I sure as hell wasn't feeling great, and I had no idea why. Heck, I was damn near non-functional, spending most of my time holed up in my dorm room, depressed and lonely. I was missing homework assignments and skipping class. And it wasn't because I was some wanna be cool kid truant that I felt the need to skip class. It was as if my body and brain were broken. I found out I had low testosterone (hypogonadism) or Low T, by getting … Read more »

Testosterone cream and gel for supplementation treating hypogonadism

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on April 9th, 2019

senior male doctor with arms crossed 300x200Do you suffer from low testosterone levels? How would you know? What would you do if it turned out you were testosterone deficient? Why I went on Testosterone replacement therapy: A lot of middle-aged men like myself are starting to suffer from symptoms of low testosterone. A check at the doctor's office confirmed that my testosterone levels were indeed deficient. I started to research the topic and ways to increase my levels. As you probably discovered, there is a lot of conflicting and confusing information about testosterone therapy. Maybe you are looking for natural ways to increase testosterone, or perhaps you want information about testosterone creams, testosterone gel or testosterone injection supplements designed to boost your body's testosterone levels or HCG injections which can stimulate your body's production of testosterone. Testosterone: What you need to know By the age of 40, a typical man's testosterone level may have dropped as much as 80%. This decline in testosterone occurs gradually, starting as early as his mid-30s, and can result in an increased risk of life-threatening illnesses such as obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. Testosterone deficiency can also lead to many disturbing symptoms, including loss of stamina and lean muscle mass, reduced libido, anxiety, … Read more »

Testosterone Treatments May Alleviate Negative Effects of Type-Two Diabetes

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 9th, 2019

the human body 1279964_640 293x300Video Download: Testosterone Treatments May Alleviate Negative Effects Of Type Two Diabetes Video Stream: Testosterone Treatments May Alleviate Negative Effects Of Type Two Diabetes Type-2 Diabetes is one of the most prevalent medical conditions in American society today, as well as one of the most dangerous. Type-2 Diabetes is caused when lifestyle factors inhibit the body's ability to utilize insulin, which is responsible for the transport and utilization of glucose, the body's primary energy source. There are many factors which increase the risk of Diabetes, but the most powerful and direct cause of diabetes is the overconsumption of simple carbohydrates such as sugar and processed grains. As a result of the dangers of Type-2 Diabetes, which wreaks havoc on the cardiovascular system, tens of millions of dollars are pumped into Diabetes research each year. Another factor which contributes to diabetes is obesity. This is unsurprising, considering that people that are overweight are more likely to consume the foods that lead to diabetes, and are more likely to consume them in great abundance. A recent study suggests that, among patients that are obese, suffering from Low-T, and currently suffering from Type-2 diabetes, Bio-Identical Testosterone Treatments can improve health outcomes for patients. … Read more »

Clomiphene Citrate for Low-T

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on December 6th, 2019

Clomiphene Citrate is an alternative to Testosterone Replacement Therapy for men looking for a way to safely restore their Testosterone Levels and improve their health, vitality, and sexual potency. It has helped many men across the country restore both their fertility and their erectile function, as well as improve their overall health and vitality. Although Clomiphene Citrate is available as a generic medication, it can also be found under the brand names Serophene and Clomid. Video Download: Clomiphene Citrate For Low T Video Stream: Clomiphene Citrate For Low T Clomiphene Citrate was originally designed to be a fertility drug for women, but ongoing research has shown that the hormone has a tremendous impact upon Testosterone Levels in men that are suffering from Andropause or any other form of Secondary Testosterone Deficiency. How Does Clomiphene Citrate Work? To understand how Clomiphene Citrate works, it's important to understand the underlying mechanisms which promote healthy Testosterone production in male patients. Testosterone Production is the result of a hormone cascade which starts at the Hypothalamus, which functions as the brain's control center. When the Hypothalamus recognizes that the body needs Testosterone, it sends a hormone to the pituitary gland known as Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone. This … Read more »

More than 152 Million Men Suffer from Hypogonadism and Low Testosterone

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 9th, 2019

low consultant testosterone symptoms in men 300x201Video Download: More Than 152 Million Men Suffer From Hypogonadism And Low Testosterone Video Stream: More Than 152 Million Men Suffer From Hypogonadism And Low Testosterone Testosterone deficiency is a worldwide health issue which impacts millions upon millions of men across the globe. The world health organization estimates that 152 million males suffer from low-t. There are researchers and scientists from every major country on earth working on treatments and strategies to treat low-t and andropause so that men can live healthier and longer lives, as well as achieve restored sexual ability and satisfaction. Age-related hypogonadism is common and widespread, and your risk of experiencing issues related to low-t only increases as you grow older. Low-T is a Condition, not a Disease It's important to realize that andropause, though treatable and correctable, is distinctly correlated with the aging process. Testosterone deficiency is not caused by a virus or bacteria, nor is it a malfunction of the human body. It's a slow but steady decline in hormone balance which negatively impacts wellness and sexual health. Another name for this condition is hypoandrogenic deficiency syndrome. Testosterone levels follow a predictable pattern throughout the lifespan of the average male. Testosterone production naturally spikes … Read more »

Risk Factors for and Causes of Male Hypogonadism

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 9th, 2019

581 6818766 xlMale Hypogonadism is a relatively common medical condition that afflicts men of all ages but is most common among men forty and over. Symptomatic Testosterone Deficiency is believed to afflict 5% of men in America but becomes increasingly likely as men grow older. It's estimated that around 6.5 million men across the United States struggle with Low-T. By age 70, almost 20% of men have significant symptoms directly attributable to declining Testosterone Levels. Video Download: Risk Factors For And Causes Of Male Hypogonadism Video Stream: Risk Factors For And Causes Of Male Hypogonadism Types of Hypogonadism: Primary and Secondary Hypogonadism Primary Hypogonadism Primary Hypogonadism is any form of Testosterone Deficiency that results in a direct inability of the testes to adequately produce Testosterone. Primary Hypogonadism is often the result of genetic conditions such as Klinefelter's syndrome, which is the result of boys conceived with two X chromosomes. In adults, Primary Hypogonadism is generally the result of conditions which directly impact or damage the testes, such as cancer, radiation treatments, surgery, and physical trauma. There are also many medications which can suppress testicular activity, such as neoplastic agents (including busulfan, cyclophosphamide, cisplatin, and chlorambucil), ketoconazole, and glucocorticoids. Secondary Hypogonadism Secondary Hypogonadism … Read more »

Male hypogonadism: Symptoms –

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on March 28th, 2020

Overview Male hypogonadism is a condition in which the body doesn't produce enough of the hormone that plays a key role in masculine growth and development during puberty (testosterone) or enough sperm or both. You can be born with male hypogonadism, or it can develop later in life, often from injury or infection. The effects — and what you can do about them — depend on the cause and at what point in your life male hypogonadism occurs. Some types of male hypogonadism can be treated with testosterone replacement therapy Symptoms Hypogonadism can begin during fetal development, before puberty or during adulthood. Signs and symptoms depend on when the condition develops. Fetal development If the body doesn't produce enough testosterone during fetal development, the result may be impaired growth of the external sex organs. Depending on when hypogonadism develops and how much testosterone is present, a child who is genetically male may be born with: Female genitals Genitals that are neither clearly male nor clearly female (ambiguous genitals) Underdeveloped male genitals Puberty Male hypogonadism can delay puberty or cause incomplete or lack of normal development. It can hamper: Development of muscle mass Voice deepening Growth of body and facial hair … Read more »

NATESTO (testosterone) Nasal Spray

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 31st, 2019

On each valid NATESTO prescription or refill, we would like to offer 5% discount. The patient is responsible for any balance remaining, and for reporting receipt of this coupon benefit. Offer only valid for male or female patients over age 30 who will pay out of pocket. Offer good only in USA and void where prohibited by law, taxed, or restricted. … Read more »


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on July 30th, 2019

Hypogonadism is a disorder where the testes in men and ovaries in women do not work correctly. It can be very distressing. Thanks to the discovery and development of gender-specific hormone treatments, men, and women with hypogonadism can lead a healthy life. Hypogonadism is the clinical manifestation of the impaired function of the gonads, which in men are the testes and in women are the ovaries. Individual patients have hypogonadism from birth, while others may develop the condition later in their life. The disease has different features in males and females, before and after the onset of puberty. If onset is in pre-pubertal boys, signs, and symptoms of lack of testicular function, include a change of male hair distribution, including facial, chest, and axillary hair, poor development of skeletal muscles, and disturbance of bone growth resulting in abnormally long arms and legs. Blood levels of the male hormone testosterone are low. Also observed are missing laryngeal enlargement, failure of vocal chord thickening, and alterations in body fat distribution. When hypogonadism occurs in males after puberty, low concentration of testosterone in the blood causes lack of energy, weakness, lethargy and diminished sexual function, reduced bone mass and often anemia. In girls … Read more »

Female Hypogonadism Symptoms | eHow

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 25th, 2018

Jordan Meyers Jordan Meyers has been a freelance writer, specializing in health, education, business and parenting topics for more than a decade and a copy editor since 2008. Meyers has written Web and print copy for hundreds of businesses, including many Fortune 500 companies. She holds a Bachelor of Science in biology from the University of Maryland and is studying for a bachelor's degree in psychology. Hypogonadism is a condition that can affect both males and females. It is marked by the failure of the sex glands, called gonads, to perform as they should. While this condition is not fatal and doesn't usually require hospitalization, its effects can be unpleasant and uncomfortable. When a girl or woman develops hypogonadism, it is referred to as female hypogonadism. Female Hypogonadism Symptoms. What Is a Normal FSH Level for Women? Separation Techniques to Treat Water Sewage Treatment Plants. Featured. You're Allergic... MedlinePlus reports that symptoms in both men and women with hypogonadism include lower levels of gender-specific hormones (estrogen & testosterone). Male hypogonadism is a medical condition that causes the body to not produce enough testosterone. ... Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Women. Replenishing the estrogen levels will help to reverse the effects of … Read more »

Hypogonadism – UT Medical Center

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 25th, 2018

Definition Hypogonadism occurs when the body's sex glands produce little or no hormones. In men, these glands (gonads) are the testes. In women, these glands are the ovaries. Gonadal deficiency The cause of hypogonadism can be primary or central. In primary hypogonadism, the ovaries or testes themselves do not function properly. Causes of primary hypogonadism include: The most common genetic disorders that cause primary hypogonadism are Turner syndrome (in women) and Klinefelter syndrome (in men). If you already have other autoimmune disorders you may be at higher risk of autoimmune damage to the gonads. These can include disorders that affect the liver and adrenal and thyroid glands as well as type 1 diabetes. In central hypogonadism, the centers in the brain that control the gonads (hypothalamus and pituitary) do not function properly. Causes of central hypogonadism include: A genetic cause of central hypogonadism is Kallmann syndrome. Many people with this condition also have a decreased sense of smell. Girls who have hypogonadism will not begin menstruating. Hypogonadism can affect their breast development and height. If hypogonadism occurs after puberty, symptoms in women include: In boys, hypogonadism affects muscle, beard, genital and voice development. It also leads to growth problems. In … Read more »

Endo: FDA Oks AVEED Injection For Treatment Of Adult Men With Hypogonadism

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

By RTT News, March 06, 2014, 07:29:00 AM EDT ( - Endo International plc. (ENDP, ENL.TO) announced that its operating company Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc. received U.S. Food and Drug Administration or FDA approval of AVEED (testosterone undecanoate) injection for the treatment of adult men with hypogonadism (commonly known as Low-T) that is associated with a deficiency or absence of the male hormone testosterone. The company stated that AVEED is a new prescription medicine indicated to produce serum testosterone levels in the normal range by administration of a single 3-mL (750 mg) intramuscular injection given once at initiation of therapy, at 4 weeks, and then every 10 weeks thereafter. It is expected to be available in early March. The approval of AVEED is based on data from an 84-week Phase 3 trial of hypogonadal men in the U.S.Men enrolled in the study had an average age of 54 years and a serum total testosterone level of less than 300 ng/dL. According to the company, AVEED is available as a single-use vial. Dosage titration is not necessary. Following the first intramuscular injection of 3 mL of AVEED (750 mg), a second 3 mL dose is injected 4 weeks later, and then 3 … Read more »

Study Finds Potential Heart Risks from Testosterone Therapy

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

Is testosterone therapy more of a benefit or risk for male patients? Its a question once again under the microscope after a 2014 PLOS One study looked at the risk of acute non-fatal myocardial infarction (MI) after men were prescribed a form of testosterone therapy. In lay terms, a myocardial infarction, or MI as it is known, is a heart attack. The study found that men aged 65 and older had twice the risk of having a heart attack after taking a testosterone therapy prescription for 90 days. It also found that the heart attack risk for those participants declined to baseline when they didnt refill their prescription following the initial 90 days of treatment. The study also looked at younger men taking testosterone therapy. Their risk tripled among those with a history of heart disease but did not find a similar risk found if the younger men did not have a family history of heart attacks. Popularity of Testosterone Therapy in the U.S. In the United States, a 2009 study in the National Center for Biotechnology Information, or NCBI, found an increase of more than 500% in prescription sales of testosterone products since 1993. Testosterone therapy is prescribed for … Read more »

Endocrine Society calls for large-scale studies to evaluate testosterone therapy risks

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 7-Feb-2014 Contact: Jenni Glenn Gingery 301-941-0240 The Endocrine Society Chevy Chase, MDAccording to a statement issued today by the Endocrine Society, the risks and benefits of testosterone therapy for older men with declining levels of the hormone need to be fully evaluated. The statement comes in response to recent studies that have raised concerns about the safety of testosterone therapy in older men with a history of heart disease. Two retrospective analyses and one randomized trial supported by the Veterans Health Care System, and the National Institutes of Health found a higher rate of cardiovascular events in men who received testosterone and had preexisting heart problems. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has announced it plans to evaluate the safety of testosterone therapy. Testosterone is approved for the treatment of hypogonadism due to known diseases of the testes, pituitary and hypothalamus. Although the use of testosterone therapy is increasing, the treatment has not been approved for the treatment of age-related symptoms or the age-related decline of testosterone levels. Important safety data are expected from the NIA's ongoing randomized trial examining testosterone in about 800 older men with unequivocally low testosterone levels and accompanying symptoms, including sexual … Read more »

Low Testosterone (Hypogonadism) in Men – Video

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

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Unit Project 1 Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism – Video

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

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