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Testosterone Replacement Beneficial for Modern Men?

Written by Dr. Michael White, Published on December 5th, 2018

Testosterone deficiency is exceedingly less common than marketing campaigns and "you only think you feel fine" culture would have us believe. By now you've likely seen the commercials Read more »

Testosterone cream and gel for supplementation treating hypogonadism

Written by Dr. Michael White, Published on December 5th, 2018

Do you suffer from low testosterone levels? Hi and welcome! I started this site because like allot middle-aged men, I were starting to suffer from symptoms of low testosterone. A check at the doctors office confirmed that my testosterone levels were indeed very low. Read more »

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

Written by Dr. Michael White, Published on December 5th, 2018

I stood next to my bags on the sidewalk, looking down at the ground. Read more »

Testosterone for Women: Is it an Option Worth Considering?

Written by Dr. Michael White, Published on September 8th, 2018

Testosterone Therapy has been one of the most talked-about treatments both in the United States and across the western world. Testosterone Deficiency is becoming commonly recognized among men as one of the leading barriers which prevents a patient from achieving long-term health and vitality, and evidence continues to mount that Low-T Therapy with Patches, Creams, and Injections are a highly effective means to establish health and virility among male patients with Testosterone Deficiency. Of course, there is also growing evidence that women can benefit from Testosterone. Women have used Hormone Replacement Therapy for decades as a means to mitigate the effects of Menopause and the Hormone Deficiencies that occur as a result of “the change.” Evidence in recent years accumulates that many of the issues that women experience as they grow older are not simply the result of changes in the feminine hormones, but as a result of declining Testosterone Production as well. Wait—Women Need Testosterone Too? Women produce Testosterone throughout their lives, just as men produce low levels of Estrogen. Women need around 1/10th as much Testosterone as men, but it still serves a variety of important purposes. It stimulates metabolism, improves bone mineral density, and preserves muscle mass.

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Thirteen Reasons That You May be Losing Your Sex Drive

Written by Dr. Michael White, Published on September 7th, 2018

Sex is one of the things that helps maintain a healthy relationship, but there are a lot of factors which get in the way of a healthy sex drive and can get in the way of your most intimate connection with your partner. Here are thirteen factors which can inhibit your libido and damage your sex life. Romantic Troubles Inhibit Sex Drive This may seem like a no-brainer, but if you are having relationship issues with your lover, this rift can lead to serious issues with your libido. Maintaining an intimate connection with your partner is a big part of lighting the spark of passion. If your interest in sex has waned recently, take stock of your relationship with your partner, and make sure that your sexual lack of interest isn’t resulting from issues that you are having with your partner. There are a lot of ways to restore passion in a cooling relationship, however. Make the effort to talk to your partner about the issues that you are having, and make an effort to be more open and honest. If you feel that the issues that are affecting your relationship may be more difficult than you or your partner

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Relationship Among Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, High Testosterone, and Diabetes

Written by Dr. Michael White, Published on August 27th, 2018

Prostate Enlargement is one of the most widespread age-related conditions among males in the United States today. Prostate Enlargement is referred to medically as BPH, or Benign Prostate Enlargement. The older that a man gets, the more likely he is going to experience BPH in his lifetime. If a man lives to be eighty, there is more than a ninety percent chance that he will experience a measurable level of Prostate Enlargement. A large chunk of those men, around forty percent, will need some form of medical intervention for BPH. BPH represents a significant strain on the health care economy, because it is both widespread and can be expensive to treat. It is believed that Benign Prostate Hyperplasia leads to billions upon billions in cost to patients nationwide, both in the form of treatment and in terms of medical leave from employment. Of course, there are almost certainly other costs involved which have not been accurately assessed, so there is a large intangible cost to BPH as well. Recent research published by the University of California at Santa Barbara brings us closer to understanding the underlying issues which lead to BPH. This study provides strong evidence that abnormally high levels

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Twenty Facts You May Not Know About Testosterone

Written by Dr. Michael White, Published on August 27th, 2018

Testosterone is more popular than ever in the United States. Though the hormone is widely known and recognized for its benefits to men with Testosterone Deficiency, most people still have a lot of questions about the hormone. The goal of this article is to explain some lesser known facts about Testosterone—How Testosterone is Made, Why Testosterone is Important, and more. Where is Testosterone Produced? Most people know that Testosterone is produced by the Testicles, but did you know that Testosterone is also produced by other parts of the body as well? In addition to the Testicles, Testosterone is also secreted by the adrenal glands in men, and in both the ovaries and adrenal glands in women—That’s right, women produce and require Testosterone as well. The release of Testosterone during the early phase of gestation triggers the development of primary sex characteristics. How Does Testosterone Affect Physiological Function during Childhood? Testosterone is important in both sexes after a child is born. For example, Testosterone helps to modulate the manufacture of Red Blood Cells, as well as the distribution of body fat across the body. After puberty, increased Testosterone production in males contributes to their lower natural body fat percentage. Did Our

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Testosterone Creams for Low Testosterone Treatment and Andropause

Written by Dr. Michael White, Published on August 1st, 2018

Testosterone Creams for Low Testosterone Treatment and Andropause Testosterone Creams are just one of the many effective forms of Testosterone Replacement Therapy available for the treatment of Andropause, and Low T, it is one of the most popular popular ways to administer this medication. Testosterone Creams are topical medications that are applied to the skin and absorbed directly into the body. A fancy term for the delivery of testosterone using cream via the skin is transdermal. There are a number of Testosterone cream and gel brands available, including Testim, Fortesta, Axiron, and Androgel. Each of these products have their own level of potency. Testosterone Gels and Cream Like all forms of Bio-Identical Testosterone Therapy, the goal of Testosterone Creams and Gels is to restore normal and healthy Testosterone Levels for men whose bodies no longer produce enough of the vital hormone. And moreover, this transdermal method of replenishing testosterone in men and women is smoother and more steady, versus the weekly or bi-weekly injection protocol that is most commonly prescribed by endrocrinologists. Low-T Creams are administered once-daily, and provide a day’s worth of Testosterone. They are quickly absorbed into the skin in a matter of minutes. Just wake up, take

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Does My Husband Have Low T?

Written by Dr. Michael White, Published on November 12th, 2014

Hes tired, moody and uninterested. Read more »

Episode 38: Karl Nadolsky: Part 1: What You Need to Know About Nutrition, Hormones and Supplements – Video

Written by Dr. Michael White, Published on July 28th, 2014

Episode 38: Karl Nadolsky: Part 1: What You Need to Know About Nutrition, Hormones and Supplements In this episode you will learn: Weight Loss: Choosing a Diet that's right for you? Healthy Foods that You Should be Eating Now. Is it Low T: Signs, symptoms,... Read more »


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