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Hormone Levels in Men – Testosterone Injections


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 13th, 2020

  For men, the levels of their main hormones can mean the difference between a life full of energy, potency, and contentedness and a life of obesity, sloth, and disease. I know this sounds dramatic, but it really is true. As your testosterone and growth hormone levels decline so does every masculine trait that defines being a man. If you want to maintain a fulfilling life where you're ready to take on any challenge and pursue any opportunity you need to address the inevitable decline of hormone levels that occur in men as they pass 30 and enter mid-life. Normal testosterone levels in men during the peak of their natural life is 1000ng with 300pg of free testosterone. Between the ages of 20 and 30, you lose 15-20% of your free testosterone and 10-15% of your total testosterone. This is a small drop, but it will still affect your life. Getting out of bed will be harder, recovering after an intense workout takes longer and the soreness is more severe, you might even notice your sexual abilities might not be the same as they were when you're 20. From 30-40 years of age, you see the most significant percentage drop … Read more »

Missouri Testosterone Clinics for Low-T and Hormone Therapy


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on September 12th, 2020

Missouri State Testosterone HRT Hormone Clinics 300x169Video Download: Missouri Testosterone Clinics For Low T And Comprehensive Hormone Therapy Video Stream: Missouri Testosterone Clinics For Low T And Comprehensive Hormone Therapy Testosterone deficiency is the biggest threat to manhood and sexual satisfaction in Missouri today. Low-t suppresses the libido and diminishes the pleasure of countless men across the United States, but there's no reason to give up on romance in your life. Testosterone replacement therapy is the most effective means to boost and restore testosterone levels, and our HRT clinic has certified and licensed urologists and hormone specialists on staff to help you overcome andropause and experience the many benefits of prescription testosterone for low-t! Missouri Testosterone Doctors for Andropause Therapy Our hormone clinic provides testosterone treatments to eligible men of at least thirty years of age all across the state. We work with local Missouri doctors near you in order to fulfill the preliminary requirements of treatment and make sure that you are healthy enough for low-t therapy. Remember that testosterone is a complex disorder that not only deflates your sex life but also diminishes your health and your masculinity. With testosterone injections, it's possible to experience enhanced energy levels, improved sleep, increased exercise capacity, weight … Read more »

Kentucky Testosterone Clinics for Low-T and Hormone Therapy


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

kentucky state flag 300x158Video Download: Changes To Labcorp Guidelines For Low T Diagnosis And How They Impact Your Treatment Video Stream: Changes To Labcorp Guidelines For Low T Diagnosis And How They Impact Your Treatment Andropause is a sneaking menace to men across Kentucky. Andropause is the male menopause, the time in a guy's life where the slow drain of testosterone that occurs beginning in the late twenties starts to take an undeniable toll on the health and well-being of the patient. Andropause, also known as low-t or testosterone deficiency, is most notably characterized by a sexual malfunction. If you have experienced issues generating or maintaining an erection, or have just noticed an overall decline in your libido over recent months or years, andropause may be the root cause. Kentucky Hormone Replacement Therapy Doctors for the Treatment of Low-T If you feel that testosterone deficiency has been a drain on your life and livelihood, we're here to help. We operate a licensed and board-certified hormone clinic that specializes in age-associated disorders such as andropause and human growth hormone deficiency. If you'd like to speak with one of our representatives, feel free to contact us at the number listed at the top of the … Read more »

Low Testosterone Linked to Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease


Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on September 11th, 2020

NAFLD 300x158A study just published last month in Liver International determined that there is an association between low testosterone levels/high estrogen levels and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Most people associate liver disease with alcoholics, but in recent decades an increasing number of Americans are hurting their livers through other means, including being overweight. The recent study discussed here shows that hormone imbalance is associated with the disease as well – another issue that many Americans face but do not realize and go hand-in-hand with increased weight gain. Testosterone, Estrogen, and NAFLD This study utilized a cross-sectional analysis of data from 1988 to 1991 with a pool of 919 men as the sample size. Specifically, they wanted to see if there was any correlation between steroid sex hormones, liver enzyme levels, and NAFLD. The researchers took the existing data from the late 80s on serum total and free testosterone, total and free estradiol, rostanediol glucuronide (AAG), and sex steroid-binding globulin (SHBG) as the sex hormones of interest. Free testosterone/estradiol is the form found in the bloodstream in its original, unaltered form of the molecule while total levels include both free forms and the molecules that are bound to others in the … Read more »

Testosterone Gel Information


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on September 9th, 2020

how to increase levels testosterone chart naturallyVideo Download: Testosterone Gel Information Video Stream: Testosterone Gel Information Though low-t is a problematic condition that affects millions of men nationwide, bio-identical testosterone therapy is a versatile treatment that can be administered in many ways. There's no reason to be ashamed of your lack of libido — andropause therapy is more straightforward than ever before! Among the most common forms of testosterone replacement are low-t shots, testosterone patches, andropause creams, and testosterone gels. Low-t gels are very popular because they are clean, comfortable to use, and they are highly effective. Three of the most common brands of testosterone gel are Fortesta, Axiron, and Androgel. What is Testosterone and What are the Implications of Low-T? Testosterone is the core male anabolic hormone. It is the principal facilitator of sexual desire and libido, and also encourages healthy body composition and psychological wellness. Without sufficient testosterone, men are at significant risk for erectile dysfunction, depression, obesity, fatigue, heart attack, cardiovascular disease, and more. Smart health decisions go a long way to keep testosterone production elevated, but eventually, physiological changes associated with aging wreak havoc on endogenous testosterone production. This is where treatments like testosterone gel come to the rescue! Low-T Gels vs. Testosterone … Read more »

Kansas Testosterone Clinics for Low-T and Hormone Therapy


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on September 8th, 2020

kansas state flag 145876_640 300x194Video Download: Kansas Testosterone Clinics For Low T And Comprehensive Hormone Therapy Video Stream: Kansas Testosterone Clinics For Low T And Comprehensive Hormone Therapy Of all the issues which impair male health, there are few conditions that impede virility and masculinity quite like a testosterone deficiency. Low-t is like a plague that, without treatment, will alter the lives of every living man if he survives long enough. Testosterone deficiency is most recognized by its suppressive effects on sexual desire and function, but it has far more sophisticated and widespread effects. Luckily, we're here to help. We are a licensed and certified endocrinological clinic that focuses on hormonal issues related to aging, such as low-t. With our assistance, we can re-establish hormone balance and maximize your wellness into your golden years. We provide our HRT products and hormone replacement services to patients of at least 30 years of age with an established clinical need. What is Andropause? Testosterone deficiency is the root cause of an age-related condition affecting males known as andropause. Andropause is the male equivalent of menopause, and it impacts the lives of all men as they grow older. That's right — men go through “the change” as well. … Read more »

Micronutrients: The Gateway to Cellular Health Function 101


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 7th, 2020

micronutrients cellular function 300x200Introduction to Micronutrient testing in clinical practice. Interpreting Micronutrient testing discussing clinical correlations. Presented by: Dr. Bernarda Zenker, M.D. If you want to truly optimize your health, then you must understand that it is not just all about hormone optimization therapy. The second, if not the most crucial aspect of your health is within your intracellular nutrient intake. Here is a chance to get them checked and treated precisely to your needs. Just as you've checked your hormone levels, this is the next level and steps to better your health.   WHY IS CELLULAR FUNCTION IMPORTANT? Cell function is a direct indicator of cellular health. When cells are healthy and functioning optimally, a person is healthy. When cells are dysfunctional – for whatever reason – disease will result. This disease can manifest subtly with symptoms like weight gain or general fatigue, or it can reveal more acutely with symptoms like tumors or infections. Virtually all the biochemical reactions that happen every second throughout the entire body occur inside cells. This is where enzymes, proteins, neurotransmitters, and hormones are made. Inside the cell (intracellular) is where nutrients are utilized and energy is produced. If a cell does not function, the metabolic … Read more »

Testosterone Therapy Allows Man to Have the Body That He Was Meant to Have


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 7th, 2020

testosterone therapy male physique 300x181Video Download: Testosterone Therapy Allows Man To Have The Body That He Was Meant To Have Video Stream: Testosterone Therapy Allows Man To Have The Body That He Was Meant To Have One of the clearest means to see how Testosterone impacts male physiology is to look at how Testosterone Injections and other forms of Low-T Therapy have helped men with congenital conditions that have prevented them from producing normal levels of Testosterone. One such man is Danny May, a young man of twenty-five from Liverpool that was born with Kallman Syndrome, a congenital condition that suppresses the body's ability to produce Testosterone. In spite of suffering from the condition for his entire life, he was not officially diagnosed until the age of twenty. After being properly diagnosed, his doctors suggested that he take Testosterone Injection Therapy in order to reverse the effects of the condition and provide his body the Testosterone required for him to reach his masculine potential. Though he was not aware of his condition, he was well aware of its effects. Danny was far thinner and scrawnier than almost all males his age growing up, and it affected both his body image and his overall confidence. … Read more »

High-Dose Testosterone Injections May Be a Viable Palliative Late-Stage Prostate Cancer Treatment


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 7th, 2020

testosterone injections prostate cancer 300x200Video Download: High Dose Testosterone Injections May Be A Viable Palliative Late Stage Prostate Cancer Treatment Video Stream: High Dose Testosterone Injections May Be A Viable Palliative Late Stage Prostate Cancer Treatment There is some evidence that Testosterone encourages the proliferation of prostate cancer cells, but new research shows that Testosterone Injection directly to the prostate may improve patients' long-term outcomes when dealing with inoperable prostate cancer. No studies have shown that elevated Testosterone Levels are associated with an increased incidence of Prostate Cancer, but for men with existing Prostate Cancer, high Testosterone Levels can make cancer harder to treat. Medical professionals have understood for over 70 years that it is possible to slow the growth of Prostate Tumors by suppressing Testosterone Levels in the body. As a result of this knowledge, and further research derived from that knowledge, advanced prostate cancer is often treated by prescribing the patient with pharmaceuticals designed to sharply slow down the release of Testosterone, and other hormones that can be converted into Testosterone. This medical regimen is known as chemical castration. Unfortunately, this is often only a stop-gap, short-term measure, like prostate cancer, like many other cancers, is highly adaptive to changes in the … Read more »

Testosterone and Aggression: How T-Levels Impact Human Response to External, Social Threats


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 7th, 2020

testosterone and aggression 300x178Video Download: Testosterone And Aggression How T Levels Impact Human Response To External Social Threats Part 1 Video Stream: Testosterone And Aggression How T Levels Impact Human Response To External Social Threats Part 1 Video Download: Testosterone And Aggression How T Levels Impact Human Response To External Social Threats Part 2 Video Stream: Testosterone And Aggression How T Levels Impact Human Response To External Social Threats Part 2 Testosterone, as most people know, is the primary male sex hormone, and is associated with many characteristics which are classically considered to be masculine, among these is a predilection toward aggression. A recent study, led by Dr. Justin Carré of Nipissing University and published in the journal Biological Psychology, provides neurological evidence of the mechanism by which Testosterone exerts its influence upon aggression. Other, earlier research discovered that Testosterone administration affects neurological function, but prior studies were performed on female patients. In those studies, women were provided a one-time dose of Testosterone to monitor the way that it impacted neurological expression. The goal of Carré's study was to investigate how such Testosterone administration would affect male neurological expression, in comparison to its effects upon the female brain. In particular, Carré wanted to … Read more »