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Oregon Testosterone Clinics For Low-T And Comprehensive Hormone Therapy

Written by Dr. White, Published on July 12th, 2018

There is little more precious to a man’s well-being than his sexual health. Low-T represents a direct physiological assault on libido, desire, and pleasure. With Bio-Identical Testosterone, it is possible to restore and preserve sexual function by boosting Testosterone to more youthful and healthy levels. By restoring Testosterone Levels, you also safeguard your health in other ways. You can increase muscle mass, lose weight, have more energy, and just all-around “feel” better! Our Board Certified Hormone Clinic offers Low-T Treatments for men thirty and older, and we also offer many other trusted and highly regarded Hormone Optimization Treatments, including Human Growth Hormone and Sermorelin Acetate, for both males and females. If you’d like to get started with Testosterone Therapy, we have Clinical Low-T Specialists on hand that can answer any inquiries that you may have in a free consultation! What Causes Testosterone Deficiency? Like many medical conditions, Low-T can result from a number of different issues. For example, some men are born without the ability to produce enough Testosterone. Other guys experience Testosterone Deficiency as a result of Testicular trauma or damage to the pituitary gland which limits production of Luteinizing Hormone or Follicle Stimulating Hormone. For the vast majority

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Wisconsin Testosterone Clinics for Low-T and Comprehensive Hormone Therapy

Written by Dr. White, Published on July 11th, 2018

Have you been burdened with diminished libido and fatigue as you grow older? Many guys think that performance issues are simply the result of aging, but the underlying cause is frequently Low-T. Testosterone Deficiency negatively afflicts the lives of tens of thousands of men in the state of Wisconsin, if not hundreds of thousands. For that reason, our Licensed Hormone Clinic is here to serve you. Our Board Certified HRT Specialists provide quality Hormone Replacement Therapy Treatments to both men and women of thirty years of age and above, but we place a central emphasis on relieving men of the embarrassment and frustration associated with Andropause. What is Andropause? Andropause is an Age-Related Medical Condition that results from declining Testosterone Levels in men. In order for men to retain their masculinity, they require a healthy influx of Testosterone, daily. For much of a man’s life, this isn’t a problem. During the teens, boys are drowning in Testosterone. During the twenties, the body produces an ample supply which supports physiological health and wellness. The root cause of Andropause is a decline in hormone production that begins in the late 20s and early 30s and continues for the rest of a man’s

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Is Male Menopause Real? The Science of Andropause

Written by Dr. White, Published on July 11th, 2018

Like most men, you’re probably concerned about preserving healthy Testosterone Levels. Pretty much all guys are aware of Low-T, but most are still unaware of the science behind Testosterone Deficiency and how it puts all men at risk, even the healthiest of men. That’s because there is a robust age-related component to Low-T. In fact, if every man lived long enough, they would eventually experience Testosterone Deficiency. What Is Andropause? A massive subset of men begin to experience symptoms related to Testosterone Deficiency between the ages of 40 and 60. So many guys are affected that medical specialists have even coined a term for Age-Related Testosterone Deficiency—Andropause. As you can imagine, Andropause is directly related to its female relative, Menopause. Though the two conditions share a similarity in that they are both Age-Related Hormone Changes during middle age, the two issues have some distinct differences. Menopause is the time in a woman’s life when she stops menstruating, and her Hormone Balance is altered permanently as a result. In men, there are no such distinct changes that take place—guys remain able to produce Testosterone and Sperm, for example. Where Menopause is an abrupt change, Andropause is a more subtle change in

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The Effects of Beer on Testosterone Production and Gynecomastia

Written by Dr. White, Published on July 11th, 2018

In spite of the efforts of Prohibition, drinking beer really is one of America’s most notable pastimes. In the 21st century, things are changing. A market once controlled by massive national breweries is now divided into a burgeoning craft beer sector. Unfortunately, excess alcohol consumption has some significant effects on male physiology that can’t be ignored. Most people are aware of the dreaded “beer belly,” but there are other issues associated with beer and alcohol consumption as well. Drinking Beer Can Cause Man Boobs One of the more embarrassing issues that can arise when you chronically drink too much beer is gynecomastia. Gynecomastia is a fancy term for men growing breast tissue where it doesn’t belong. There is currently a scientific debate going on regarding the effects of hops upon Testosterone/Estrogen balance, but there are factors at play related to alcohol consumption that can lead to man-boobs. That’s because the hops that are used to brew beer have properties which can be compared to Estrogen. In high enough quantities, those hops could disrupt Hormone Balance and cause men to produce both more Estrogen and less Testosterone than they are supposed to. Specifically, these compounds are referred to as phytoestrogens. One

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Male Fertility During Young Adulthood Correlated with Long-Term Health and Wellness

Written by Dr. White, Published on July 11th, 2018

We all know how important Testosterone is for establishing masculinity and preserving health in the short term, but it is becoming clearer that experiencing issues with Testosterone Levels and Fertility earlier in life can impact one’s health later in life. In a study produced by the academic publication Fertility and Sterility, evidence has been produced that shows that men that have issues with conception and sexual health earlier in life are more prone to a variety of health issues later in life. This study was a data-analysis conducted by Stanford University, in which 9,400 male patients were evaluated. Patients were selected based on select criteria: All patients were between the ages of thirty and fifty. All patients went to a fertility clinic. Among these men, patients were more likely to experience health issues such as Hypertension, Skin Issues, Heart Disease, and Vascular ailments than the general population, if their fertility issues were the result of inadequate sperm-quality. A study such as this suggests that having one’s sperm health analyzed is not only an important step for men with fertility issues, but may also be a worthwhile step in the analysis of total health and wellness, and, as such, may benefit

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Causes of Male Infertility

Written by Dr. White, Published on July 10th, 2018

It may seem simple, but the process of conception is rather complicated even for men. In order for a man to conceive, there are a number of thresholds that must be met: A man must have healthy sperm, capable of conception. This requires the adequate release of Testosterone, as well as other hormones such as Luteinizing Hormone and Follicle Stimulating Hormone. That sperm has to be able to mix with semen and pass through the tubes of the vas deferens without obstruction. He must produce a sufficient amount of sperm to have a significant chance of conception. The lower that a man’s sperm count is, the harder it will be for him to get his partner pregnant. If a man produces fewer than 39 million sperm per orgasm, or 15 million sperm per milliliter, he is very likely to have issues with conception. That sperm must have functional mobility. It is normal that a small portion of sperm will have issues moving properly, but the higher that this percentage is, the less likely that healthy sperm will make it successfully to the egg. Medical Issues Which Contribute to Male Infertility Immune Reaction – In some cases, the immune system will

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Preventing Infertility and Testicular Shrinkage with HCG Injections

Written by Dr. White, Published on July 10th, 2018

Preventing Testicular Shrinkage with HCG (For men undergoing testosterone replacement therapy for low T) One of the most embarrassing and frustrating issues associated with either aging in men or Testosterone Restoration for Men is Testicular Atrophy. There are many reasons why testicles shrink, one has to do with the natural aging process in men. Also, the testes produce less Testosterone as a result of the body receiving a flush of Testosterone from an outside source (when undergoing Testosterone Therapy), and this causes the testes to reduce their function significantly, and this also causes the testicles to shrink significantly. Some studies have indicated that HCG has helped men improve their fertility, because of how it stimulates the testicles and prevents shrinkage. HCG Keeps the Male Testicles Nice and Full! Many men choose to live with this symptoms of testosterone decline, but you would likely be happy to know that there is a way to preserve the appearance of the testicles and prevent Testicular Atrophy via Human Chorionic Gonadotropin supplementation. Some studies have indicated HCG is a potent fertility medication that can help both men and women conceive more readily, but is also highly effective in preventing the shrinkage of the testicles.

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The Effects of Parenthood Upon Testosterone Levels

Written by Dr. White, Published on July 10th, 2018

Researchers are beginning to deeply understand the effects that Declining Testosterone Levels have on men as they age, but are less informed regarding how natural life experiences such as fatherhood impact Hormone Balance and Testosterone Concentrations. It is well-understood that women experience significant changes in hormone levels and hormone balance dependent not only upon their age, pregnancy status, and menstrual cycle, but as a result of motherhood itself. Men Experience Hormonal Changes During their Partner’s Pregnancy As we delve deeper into the biological mechanisms of Testosterone Production, we are beginning to learn that male Testosterone Levels can be sensitive to these life changes in a similar manner as women experience hormonal change. For example, it is well-known that pregnant women are likely to experience weight gain, cravings, and mood instability, but men also experience certain psychological and physiological changes as a result of decline in Testosterone directly correlated with impending fatherhood. In a study conducted by Dr. Robin Edelstein and associates at the University of Michigan, men were swabbed in order to analyze Testosterone Levels at a number of points while their significant other was pregnant. What researchers discovered was that, as the birth of the child drew closer, it

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Six Ways That Elevated Testosterone Levels Affect Male Behavior and Health

Written by Dr. White, Published on July 10th, 2018

We all know that Testosterone has some profound effects on male psychology, physiology, and sexuality. It even has some compelling benefits for women too. As we delve deeper into the sociological implications of Testosterone, we continue to learn of new and interesting ways that Testosterone alters our perception and our actions. We also learn more about how it protects and facilitates health and wellness. Let’s go over some recent developments in Testosterone Research in the last year! Testosterone Reduces Aversion to Risk While Alpha Males have long been associated with getting things done, there are some potential downsides to putting … Read more »

Low Testosterone Symptoms

Written by Dr. White, Published on July 10th, 2018

Testosterone Deficiency is one of the most commonly under diagnosed conditions in America today. There are a number of reasons for this. For one, men tend to struggle to talk to their doctor about problems related to Low-T. They don’t consider their fundamental sexual and fatigue-related issues to be the result of Testosterone Deficiency, or they simply don’t like to go to the doctor. It’s important for your long-term health and vitality that you own up to the threat of Low-T, and be vocal with your doctor when you recognize the symptoms. By being honest with your physician, you can take steps to correct your sexual inadequacy, your declining metabolism, and your fading energy levels. It’s easy to misinterpret Low Testosterone Symptoms as merely age-related decline, or the result of your own actions, but the truth is that a considerable component of Testosterone Deficiency is innate in human physiology. When Will Men Experience Low-T? Of course, not every man will experience these symptoms at the same time, and some men may never reach a point of deficiency in their lifetime, but we all experience a similar decline for the same physiological reasons. There are also some factors that people don’t

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