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Testosterone Frequently Asked Questions


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on August 10th, 2019

frequently asked questions about testosterone 300x206There are plenty of Testosterone Frequently Asked Questions. Such As... How can low testosterone replacement treat andropause? Depends on the individual, Height, Weight Age, Life Style, and so forth and so on.  Andropause, or male menopause, is caused by low testosterone levels in men. Testosterone levels begin declining in men at around age 27 to 30; it can be unhealthy for men to have a low testosterone level. Some studies show that a high percentage of men who have heart attacks or cardiovascular disease have Low Testosterone, too much or too little Testosterone works against your body, the goal is to find the optimal levels of therapeutic replenishment of Testosterone Injections or Cream. Men with andropause experience many of the same symptoms as women with menopause. Decreased energy, decreased muscle, loss of memory, mental focus and increased body fat, depression, irritability, decreased sex drive, decreased stamina and decreased sexual function are just some of the symptoms of andropause, and at some point, every single living man will hit his wall at some point or another! Contact us today; we can set you up to get a blood test locally in your city and have those results reviewed by one of … Read more »

Testosterone Supplements: Vitamin and Amino Acid Pills Versus Real Testosterone


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on August 13th, 2019

testosterone boosters header13 620x206The purpose of this article is to educate our visitors about potential scams and misleading products on the market today with respect to testosterone medical treatments prescribed by a hormone doctor or the alternatives. Real testosterone cypionate, enanthate, and propionate are prescribed as injections, creams, gels, nasal sprays or pellets, but typically not in pills you swallow, that you have seen sold in bottles on the internet, or in health food stores. So the first thing to understand is there is a big difference between prescription testosterone and non-prescription testosterone. Let's be very clear from the beginning; the only way to legally get REAL TESTOSTERONE is through a board-certified doctor who works in a licensed medical clinic, and if this is something you are seeking to do, you should fill out our communication contact form here on our website and give us a phone call. We would be happy to speak with you about the process of starting a hormone treatment program. Anyone else offering you testosterone without a prescription, whether it's injectable, cream, gel,  patch, or some kind of tablets, is either lying to you about what they're selling, or they're involved in the illegal black market of unapproved … Read more »

TEFINA: Nasal Spray That Can Increase Female Orgasms – Video


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on August 10th, 2019

Tefina spray image 300x263Nasal Spray That Can Increase Female Orgasms Because Testosterone is a molecule which can penetrate the nasal membrane, unlike HGH, it has the potential to be a safe delivery method for treating Testosterone deficiency in both men and women. Testosterone is often talked about as a treatment for men, but what about women? Women can definitely benefit from Testosterone treatment as long as the dosage is optimized for their female body, based on their own particular needs. Blood testing for women is available at locations in every U.S. State.   It is believed testosterone can increase a woman's capacity to have an orgasm, especially since it is thought to increase blood flow to the female genitals and clitoris. "Tefina" like Natesto (Testosterone Nasal Spray) has been tested with some good results for many women in clinical trials, the formulation could end up as a testosterone gel, or cream for women, instead of a nasal spray. Could this testosterone treatment be viagra for women?  Millions of men are prescribed testosterone, but why not women? The fact that many women have difficulty reaching orgasm has led to a diagnosis called "Female Orgasmic Disorder," which causes a lot of stress for women who … Read more »

Quick Weight Loss Tips and Diet Recommendations for HRT


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on August 11th, 2019

Hormone Replacement Therapy Diet, Weight Loss And Exercise Tips That Are Easy! If you are on a Testosterone Replacement Therapy Program or HGH Treatment protocol, its time to fire up your metabolism in ways you might not even realize that you're actually doing so. Processed Foods It's one of the most obvious things we often forget. You have probably seen the word "enriched" or "fortified" on products you purchased, this is because, during the processing of such item, a lot of the nutrients were lost. For instance, if you are going to eat starchy foods which are flour-based, think about doing so in moderation with the whole grain version. Look for the term "whole grain". Alas, all the nutrients in white foods like white rice, white pasta, and white bread have been stripped away, yes they sometimes or often taste better, but they are less healthy, you might be filling yourself up with empty carbs. Whole grains will help you lose weight because your body will be less likely to crave when it gets some of the good nutrients from whole grain, versus the low to no nutrients in some white flour-based foods. Also, keep in mind not all white … Read more »

Testosterone and Alcohol: Your Health and the Holiday Season


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on August 10th, 2019

During the holiday seasons which are all-year-round, depending, be conscious about your alcohol intake, because it could have a negative impact on your testosterone. When holiday parties come around, be careful not to over imbibe alcohol, because it's something easy to do. We tend to be more carefree during the holidays. It is a sad reality, but during holidays is when people drink to much, destroy their health and get into car accidents or are the victim of someone who is drunk driving. It's almost a tired old thing to say, go easy on the booze, but more and more research is pointing to its negative health effects, especially on your liver and testosterone levels. There is even some contradictory information, suggesting that small amounts of alcohol may even be beneficial. The biggest wine-drinking countries in Europe, namely France, is where the people seem to have a lower incidence of cardiovascular disease, whether that be heart-attack or stroke. Apparently, a small amount of wine can be beneficial. However, the problem is people tend to drink to much during holidays, so be mindful. Make a Commitment to Not Drink Regularly for Better Health and Testosterone Levels Don't forget that at the … Read more »

Exercise Optimizes Testosterone Production


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

Chart of dropping testosterone levels as men age 300x204As a man, it's important to recognize that your body goes through certain changes as you grow older. The changes that a man goes through are not entirely unlike those which a woman goes through, in a way. Male health is largely associated with Testosterone Levels, and as men get closer to middle age, their Testosterone Production starts to drop, first slowly, then at a faster rate. Eventually, men start to feel these changes in their mind and see the changes in their body. When Testosterone Decline starts to become symptomatic, this is a condition known as Andropause, but also known as Low-T or Hypogonadism. Symptoms of Low-T and Testosterone Deficiency Testosterone Deficiency has a wide variety of symptoms associated with it, but there are five symptoms that you really need to look out for: Depression and Anxiety Fatigue and Exhaustion Declining Libido and Sexual Function Loss of Muscle Strength and Tone The buildup of Unwanted Body Fat Low-T Diagnosis Requires Lab Testing Of course, many of these symptoms share similarities with other disorders. These can also simply be the symptoms of a sedentary man just getting himself in a rut. If you feel that you are experiencing the symptoms … Read more »

Research Peptides — HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin)


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

consultant hgh treatment for women 300x218Testosterone and HCG -- Information That Could Change Your Life If you are a low-t patient that is concerned about maintaining the normal function of your testes, including fertility, you may be interested in HCG. HCG stands for human chorionic gonadotropin, and, when taken along with bio-identical testosterone therapy, it can prevent the testicular withering that is a side effect of testosterone replacement. What Does HCG Do? For years, people have been using bio-identical HCG in combination with their testosterone therapy. It not only supports testicular function, but it also preserves the size of the testicles, which tend to shrivel up as a result of treatment. Prescription HCG is a lyophilized powder of glycoproteins which is reconstituted and delivered subcutaneously or intramuscularly via syringe. In the male body, HCG mimics the function of a vital sex hormone known as luteinizing hormone, often abbreviated LH. Luteinizing hormone is responsible for both encouraging testicular fullness (prevention of testicular atrophy) and maintaining natural testosterone and semen production. This helps the body keep its natural testosterone secretion. When taking testosterone therapy alone, this directly leads to a corresponding drop in testosterone production, because prescription testosterone flowing through the body signals the brain to stop … Read more »

Testosterone builds muscle but has risks


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on August 4th, 2019

Melky Cabrera 300x168Like most performance-enhancing drugs, testosterone can help athletes build bigger, stronger muscles very quickly, improving their athletic ability and their recovery time - but testosterone carries significant health risks that aren't fully understood yet. It's unclear whether Giants outfielder Melky Cabrera was using natural testosterone or a synthetic version of the hormone, but both kinds are a form of anabolic steroid. The body produces testosterone to promote growth in men and women and to regulate masculine characteristics, such as a deep voice and the development of sex organs in men. It's muscle growth and quick recovery that athletes who abuse steroids are after. Testosterone - whether it's injected, applied via a patch or cream, or taken by pill - allows athletes to rapidly increase muscle mass beyond what their body would generally manage, and also reduces their recovery time, meaning they can train hour after hour, day after day, with little need to rest their bodies in between workouts. "Testosterone can help increase muscle mass in a much faster fashion. Athletes who use anabolic steroids may find that they're able to increase their endurance and their strength by doing the same amount of training as they would otherwise," said Dr. … Read more »

Testosterone not always to blame – Sat, 04 Aug 2012 PST


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on August 4th, 2019

Couple enjoying recreation 300x200Dear Annie: I have had all I can take from your female readers who complain about the lack of intimacy from their husbands. You tell them to have their husbands testosterone checked and seek counseling. Allow me to give you a better answer. It's true that men, as they get older and live with their partners for years, might not be as excited about intimacy as in their younger days. That does not mean they are not interested in intimacy. It means they are not interested in theirpartner. Here are my questions for those female readers: How big is your rear end? Do you have numerous health issues that make your partner think he is living in a nursing home? Are you out of shape and overweight because you sit, eat and watch TV all day? Do you snore, keeping your partner up most of thenight? I could go on, but I think you get the point. In my opinion, 80 percent of females over the age of 30 are overweight, and a good percentage are obese. Let's face it. They are not sexy. So, after 30-plus years of marriage, you look at your spouse, and what else can I … Read more »

Testosterone, the Power Hormone


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on August 1st, 2019

Arab spring 300x205What do the Arab Spring, religious Crusades, and Europe's revolutions of 1848 have in common? All were fueled by a surplus of hapless young men, according to Karin Kneissl, an Austrian academic, author, and political analyst. In her new German-language book, Testosteron macht Politik (rough translation: Testosterone Makes Politics), Kneissl lays out her case for the primary male sex hormone as a driver of world affairs. She spoke with TIME about the book. An abbreviated version of the conversation follows: TIME: So far, your book is out only in German, so I suspect most of our readers won't have heard of it before. How would you explain it to them? Kneissl: I started to work on the idea last year while watching the first [images] of revolutionaries in Egypt. I thought that maybe one of the factors triggering that wave of violence, disobedience, or riot was a biological one. My hypothesis is the following: a young man who cannot channel his energy or his testosterone can disregard risk. All humans have testosterone, but of course, men have a higher level of it. I also talked with historians of, for example, the [European] revolutions of 1848, and of the Crusade times. … Read more »


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