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Study Questions Longtime Treatment for Prostate Cancer


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 11th, 2020

co sleeping lowers testosterone 200x300NEW ORLEANS, LA - For decades, men who were diagnosed with prostate cancer got a treatment... injections...that suppressed or lowered the hormone testosterone in their body. And now what a local prostate oncologist uncovered last year and a new large study confirms... this is wrong for many patients. "Now we have good evidence that's it's actually causing harm it causes more harm than good for individuals with localized disease who are initially diagnosed." Tulane's Dr. Oliver Sartor says there is good evidence that lowering a man's natural hormone helps if he has a serious advanced form of prostate cancer, so … Read more »

Demographic Study Demonstrates How Lifestyle Factors Impact Testosterone Levels in Men


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 10th, 2020

HGH biologist explores the substance under the microscope  300x214   Without a firm foundation, the most expensive house on the market will eventually collapse...and sooner rather than later. And the same thing applies to your body.    All of the most potent pharmaceutical interventions in the world will not be nearly as effective when they are put to work in a weakened, debilitated body. And this is true for testosterone replacement therapy as well.    Granted, testosterone will help anyone regardless of their current physical condition. But to ensure that you will receive the maximum benefit from testosterone replacement therapy, it is crucial to be in the best possible … Read more »

Testosterone Litigation: What You Need To Know – MTMP – Video


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2020

Testosterone Litigation: What You Need To Know - MTMP Testosterone litigation can either be an important new area of litigation for you, or it can be a dead end trap. If you don't understand a few critically important nuances about how to screen... By: Levin Papantonio Thomas Mitchell Rafferty Proctor, P.A. View post: Testosterone Litigation: What You Need To Know - MTMP - Video … Read more »

Methadone Lowers Testosterone in Men Only


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2020

disposable testosterone syringe 300x200  Treating addiction to heroin and other opioid drugs with methadone can dramatically lower testosterone levels, but only in men, new research suggests. A study of more than 1,000 adults showed the men who were treated with methadone had roughly one-quarter of the testosterone found in men who did not use opioid drugs. But there were no significant changes in testosterone in the women in the study. "We expected that men would have lower testosterone. That was not something new," says researcher Zainab Samaan, MD, Ph.D., assistant professor at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada. "What was surprising was the magnitude … Read more »

Intricate relationship between Oestrogen & Testosterone XXY Guys (Klinefelters’ syndrome) – Video


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on November 7th, 2020

The intricate relationship between Oestrogen Testosterone XXY Guys (Klinefelters' syndrome) Usually, something to do with XXY, sex, and syndromes. Visit link: Intricate relationship between Oestrogen & Testosterone XXY Guys (Klinefelters' syndrome) - Video … Read more »

Ester Marsh: Low testosterone and exercise


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 6th, 2020

phone held by Red Gray 300x203Last week, I wrote about menopause. This week, it's the guy version of hormone changes. There are all kinds of reasons for hypogonadism, which means that the testicles don't produce enough of the male sex hormone testosterone. Or, as we hear it often called, low T. Aging is a big reason for testosterone levels dropping. Around age 30, most men start to experience a gradual decline. Common symptoms from a drop in testosterone can be: Loss of strength Loss of sex drive Being more fatigued Feeling depressed Before you blame it all on low T, have your doctor do a … Read more »

Should middle-aged men consider ‘low T’ treatment?


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 6th, 2020

a female testosterone doctor shows a sign okay isolated on white background  221x300Q: As a middle-aged man, I'm considering a "low T" treatment. Is it as good as it sounds? A: Treating "low T" or low testosterone has become a multibillion-dollar industry promising men more energy, more muscle, increased libido, and better performance by restoring testosterone to youthful levels. Testosterone declines approximately 1 percent annually in men after age 30. However, what is normal varies from one man to another. A true androgen deficiency is a medical condition diagnosed by both a low testosterone level and deficiency symptoms and is appropriately managed with testosterone therapy. The "low T" industry, however, targets common … Read more »

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Posted by Dr. Millie Davies, Updated on November 6th, 2020

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Testosterone Drives Ego, Reduces Cooperation — Testosterone Prescription


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 4th, 2020

groupthink testosterone 300x300Testosterone drives egocentrism at the cost of cooperating with others, consequently affecting group decisions, a study reveals. Collective problem solving can provide benefits over individual decisions as we can share our information and experiences, stated a new study from Wellcome Trust's Centre for Neuroimaging at the University College London. Video Download: Testosterone Drives Ego Reduces Cooperation Video Stream: Testosterone Drives Ego Reduces Cooperation Now researchers have shown that testosterone has the opposite effect — it makes people act less cooperative and more egocentric, the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences reported. Researcher Nick Wright and colleagues at … Read more »

Six Ways to Naturally Balance Hormones to Just Feel Better


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 3rd, 2020

portrait of a HGH doctor isolated against a white background  200x300Most people don't realize how important Hormone Balance is to maintaining the day-to-day quality of life. Diet, exercise, and other factors contribute greatly to Hormone Optimization. While many are concerned about the long-term consequences of health issues such as HGH Deficiency and Low-T, Hormone Imbalance can lead to several short-term symptoms that can significantly impact your wellness, including depression, headaches, bloating, lack of concentration, and fatigue. By taking steps to improve your Hormone Balance, you can mitigate these issues and get your mind back on what matters! Eat Better for Hormone Balance Diet is among the tried and true ways … Read more »