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Xyosted Self-Administered Testosterone Therapy FDA-Approved


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

testosterone replacement therapy 300x200As the science of Hormone Replacement Therapy continues to advance, new products and techniques are being developed which simplify the process of HRT Administration, improving results and facilitating the long-term use of the treatments. Over the years, a multitude of products has been developed to provide quality Testosterone Replacement Therapy to men throughout the world. The latest Testosterone HRT Product to be approved for use by the Food and Drug Administration is Xyosted. Xyosted was designed by Antares Pharma, a pharmaceutical company based out of Ewing, New Jersey which was founded in 1978. Currently, most Testosterone Injections are delivered intramuscularly, directly into muscle tissue. There are some Testosterone Products that are presently broadly used in the market, including Testosterone Enanthate, Cypionate, and Undecanoate, all of which are Testosterone Esters which deliver a long-term dose of therapeutic Testosterone throughout seven or more days. Xyosted is designed to be delivered via an injection device which simplifies the injection process and greatly minimizes discomfort associated with injections. For most patients, the pain associated with injection is entirely negated by the device. Xyosted Testosterone Originally Turned Down for FDA Approval This was the second attempt at FDA-Approval for Xyosted. The first attempt was foiled … Read more »

Testosterone Therapy Reduces Mortality Risk Among Diabetics Even When Accounting for Improvements in Cardiovascular Risk Factors


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

young doctor with a beard 200x300For men, Testosterone Replacement Therapy confers some fantastic benefits. While there was a time not so long ago where Bio-Identical Testosterone was thought to have potentially adverse severe risks, recent research continues to provide increasing evidence that Testosterone Treatments are quite safe and provide excellent benefits for men nationwide struggling with Low-T. While Testosterone was first used in adults for those struggling with low sex drive, erectile dysfunction, and fatigue, the range of patients that are believed to potentially benefit from Testosterone Restoration continues to broaden. A recent study published by BJU International provides evidence that Testosterone Replacement Therapy is highly beneficial for patients dealing with the effects of Type-2 Diabetes. Testosterone is increasingly prescribed to men struggling with Type-2 Diabetes because the condition can lead to severe disruption of Testosterone Production. One of the objectives of this study was to differentiate whether the health benefits of Low-T Treatment are associated with a healthier cardiovascular system or some other factor or confluence of factors. Does Testosterone Benefit Patients with Type-2 Diabetes? It's been hypothesized that Bio-Identical Testosterone can mitigate mortality risk among males with Type-2 Diabetes. This study provides evidence pointing toward that hypothesis, but it also appears to rule … Read more »

Testosterone Injection Replacement Therapy for Low T


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

growth hormone health deficiencyAre you over 30 years old and feel like you need testosterone treatment for a male midlife crisis? Is it Low T? Well, guess what, you're not alone, millions of American men over the age of 30 are experiencing this early health crisis. Causing quality of life issues. In fact, it's inevitable, having everything to do with genetics and lifestyle for the most part. There are men of course who have physical accidents that were not anticipated, or significant health concerns came about via stressful, high-risk jobs, but chances are, your quality of life issues, came about upon you in a way, that seemed to sneak up on you slowly, and then you looked inward and realized you were no longer your old self. There is no longer a need to feel that this is an inevitable part of life, testosterone hormone therapy is indeed one of the greatest medical miracles of our modern time when conducted under physician recommendations and based one's blood analysis. Our physicians prescribe the best testosterone hormone programs that are based entirely on medical science. Testosterone Injections Prescribed by Physician (Doctor) The steroid hormone Testosterone is an androgen produced internally within both Male Testosterone versus … Read more »

Escitalopram (Lexapro / Cipralex) Guide


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

medic 563425_640 300x200What is Escitalopram? Escitalopram is a commonly prescribed antidepressant that also goes by many other brand names, including Cipralex and Lexapro. Escitalopram belongs to a class of antidepressant medications known as Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs) and is FDA approved for the treatment of Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Major Depressive Disorder, both conditions which are most often associated with abnormally low levels of Serotonin in the bloodstream. SSRIs like Escitalopram prevent Serotonin from being reabsorbed as quickly, allowing them to remain active in the space between neurons for a more extended period. This medication is approved for patients twelve years of age or older. Escitalopram and Citalopram Escitalopram (Lexapro) is a stereoisomer of another medication known as citalopram (Celexa), meaning that the molecular configuration of the two compounds are identical, except they are mirror images of one another. Escitalopram is known as an S-Stereoisomer, which just references its configuration from a standardized position. Pharmaceutical Uses of Escitalopram (Lexapro) In the United States, Escitalopram (Lexapro) is approved for Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Major Depressive Disorder. In Europe, Escitalopram has a broader range of approved uses, including panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, social anxiety disorder, as well as Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Major … Read more »

How to Get Bigger Arms


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

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Testosterone cream and gel for supplementation treating hypogonadism


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

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 »

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


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

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 »

Male Fertility Myths and Misunderstandings Resolved


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

magical thinking is not always right 300x164There has always been a lot of magical thinking about fertility. Everyone thinks that they understand the birds and the bees, but when it comes down to it, pretty much every person has at least a couple of dangerous misconceived notions about fertility. In this article, we'll correct some common fertility myths, provide helpful information, and clear the air about male fertility! Having Sex Every Day Doesn't Greatly Improve Fertility It is commonly held that to maximize the odds of pregnancy couples need to have sex every single day. While this can be fun for many couples, it's important to understand two factors: The Lifespan of Sperm and the Fertility Window. First, because sperm can survive in a woman's body for 2-3 days, the rule of thumb is that having sex every other day is sufficient to keep high volumes of active sperm ready for impregnation. Second, the fertility window is the period which you should be most concerned with maximizing sexual contact. Having sex during the five to six days before ovulation provides the highest odds of fertilization by far. Visual Assessment of Ejaculate is a Poor Indicator of Fertility It's a commonly held belief that if a man's … Read more »

Grumpy Old Man Syndrome – Causes and Treatments


Written by Dr. Michael White, Published on November 25th, 2018

grumpy old man 300x200As men grow older, they become more likely to suffer from a condition colloquially known as Grumpy Old Man Syndrome. Everyone knows that as men grow older, usually as they approach 70, but sometimes before, they become more likely to experience irritability, grumpiness, impatience, and other related symptoms. Apparently, this has a tremendous impact on quality of life. Grumpy Old Man Syndrome is the result of a combination of factors, some psychological, some physiological. From the psychological perspective, this is an era where men often feel the need to wall themselves off to protect themselves from sadness and despair. They are forced to contend with ideas of their mortality while they also have to deal with the passing of their loved ones and friends. Human beings are also very goal-oriented, and as the amount of time that one has left begins to dwindle, this can be detrimental to mood and health. This is also a period where health problems become more common and more severe. But we also know that human beings are resoundingly resilient creatures. What prevents aging men from maintaining their stalwart and robust nature as they get older? The growing body of research vigorously contends that Testosterone … Read more »

Acidosis: The Hidden Health Destroyer


Written by Dr. Michael White, Published on November 25th, 2018

Symptoms_of_acidosis 300x275The Hidden Health Dangers of Acidosis An Incredibly Important Yet Little Considered Aspect of Optimal Health As you already know, there is a variety of moving parts that you have to keep track of to stay healthy—Your weight, your cholesterol levels, and your blood pressure to name a few. There's one incredibly important aspect of human health that is often left out in the cold, in spite of its incredible importance. It's central to helping your body control pain and to assisting your liver to filtrate and function at its peak—Blood pH Level. Understanding pH Level, Acidity, and Alkalinity pH stands for Potential Hydrogen and represents a measure of alkalinity and acidity. The system uses water as a baseline. The scale extends from 0 to 14, with 0 being the most acidic and 14 being the most alkaline. 7 is the pH of pure water. As you can imagine, since the human body is composed primarily of water, it maintains a pH of close to 7: 7.35. One of the reasons why the skin is so important is that it supports the human body as a closed system so that it can maintain this specific pH. What Is Acidosis and … Read more »


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