American Testosterone Clinic for Men

It is the rare man who has low T

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on August 24th, 2023

a female testosterone doctor showing how to use a dialysis machine  300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes Thanks to a brilliant marketing campaign, there has been increased awareness amongst men of the condition known as Low T an easier way to relate to testosterone deficiency. A number of young adults are wearing this badge with pride while showing off their newfound virility. At long last, they can blame their chronic fatigue, insomnia, poor work performance, depression and evaporation of libido to low testosterone levels. This new syndrome was not developed through the effort of brilliant scientists, but by the El Lilly Company attempting to let everyone know how widespread testosterone deficiency is amongst men from age 30 … Read more »

Shorter course of ADT for high-risk prostate cancer patients yields improved quality of life

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on August 24th, 2023

a happy testosterone doctor with a stethoscope  272x300Reading Time: 2 minutes High-risk prostate cancer patients who receive radiation therapy (RT) and an 18-month course of androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) recover a normal testosterone level in a shorter amount of time compared to those who receive a 36-month course of ADT, thus resulting in a better quality of life (QOL) and without detriment to long-term outcomes, according to research presented today at the American Society for Radiation Oncology's (ASTRO's) 56th Annual Meeting. Researchers analyzed data from 561 patients with high-risk prostate cancer from a multi-center, randomized phase III trial in Canada (PCS IV clinical trials, Gov. # NCT 00223171). The patients received … Read more »

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

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on August 21st, 2023

a female testosterone doctor shows a sign okay isolated on white background  221x300Reading Time: 2 minutes Q: 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 »

The Relationship between Ghrelin and Stress in Relationship to PTSD

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on August 21st, 2023

beautiful medical HGH doctor in protective glasses is working with test tubes microscope and digital  300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes While medical science is still working to discover the intricacies of Ghrelin as it acts on human physiology, the hormone's effects on the digestive system are quite clear. On the other hand, most hormones have different results depending on which organs and systems that they interact with at any point. New research suggests that Ghrelin also acts as a stress hormone. The most well-known and understood stress hormone is probably Cortisol, but there are several other hormones associated with stress response. A recent study unveils a correlation between Ghrelin Levels and PTSD in adolescents exposed to childhood trauma. Children with … Read more »

Commando claimed PTSD gave him low testosterone

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on August 21st, 2023

camouflage 3774818_960_720 300x200Reading Time: < 1 minute An Australian commando who claimed post-traumatic stress disorder gave him low testosterone has failed to prove he has an "injury or disease" recognised for compensation. The war veteran, who cannot be named, served in the army for six years from 2004 to 2010, deployed in East Timor and Afghanistan as a commando. He returned from each of his deployments anxious, stressed and quick to aggression and anger. The veteran put his fist through a wall, destroyed things in the house, became distant from his wife, lost his libido, slept a lot and was described as "washed out". Advertisement After his … Read more »

The Secret to Guys Sex Appeal: Low Stress, High Testosterone, Strong Immunity

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on August 21st, 2023

man 1485335_960_720 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes Washboard abs and a chiseled jaw are a draw, but a recent study suggests it may be a man’s healthy immune system that really turns women on. That makes sense, since a strong immune system signifies a healthy guy — one who’s likely to survive long enough to pass his rugged genes to the next generation. But the more surprising thing is that women can apparently spot good immunity by looking at a guy’s face. The critical factor may be testosterone, the male hormone that has been associated with a man’s hardy, good looks. According to a study published in … Read more »

Beefy Wall Street Traders rub on testosterone

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on August 21st, 2023

hypermasculine 8199530_960_720 300x300Reading Time: 3 minutes Traders on Wall Street are always looking to get an edge and pull ahead, especially in this catch-a-falling knife market. The latest secret weapon isn't some complex trade or computer algorithm, it's something more primal - testosterone. Testosterone has been blamed for many a bar fight but for some aging traders and executives - and aging on Wall Street means 30 and up - who feel these young kids breathing down their necks and the economic screws tightening, say boosting their testosterone levels has helped them get their edge back. Testosterone levels in men tend to be anywhere from 150 … Read more »

What Traders’ Testosterone Tells Us About Markets

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on August 21st, 2023

trader 5129770_960_720 300x168Reading Time: 3 minutes An unusual study of traders spit may offer a taste of the future in how we understand what drives markets -- and why they arent as stable and efficient as we might hope. Several years ago, two neuroscientists undertook an experiment on the trading floor of a major investment bank in London. Over eight consecutive business days, at both 11 a.m. and 4 p.m., John Coates and Joe Herbert took samples of saliva from the mouths of 17 traders. With these samples, taken before and after the bulk of the days trading activity, they measured the rising and falling levels … Read more »

Testosterone Frequently Asked Questions

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on August 21st, 2023

frequently asked questions about testosterone 300x206Reading Time: 4 minutes There 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 … Read more »

A New Weapon in the War on Cancer: CAR-T-Cells

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on August 15th, 2023

cancer 389921_960_720 300x198Reading Time: 4 minutes A New Weapon in the War on Cancer: CAR-T-Cells “You have cancer.” Many other severe afflictions like Alzheimer’s Disease, Cardiovascular Disease, and Diabetes are guaranteed to get your attention. But the word cancer strikes fear in the hearts of the bravest people. Did you know that… In 2020, an estimated 1 603, 844,590 new cancer cases were diagnosed in the United States, and 602,347 died. The most common cancers are breast cancer, lung and bronchus cancer, prostate cancer, colon and rectum cancer, melanoma of the skin, bladder cancer, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, kidney and renal pelvis cancer, endometrial cancer, leukemia, pancreatic cancer, thyroid cancer, … Read more »

Hormone Replacement Therapy: Commonly Asked Questions

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on July 6th, 2023

Reading Time: 4 minutes Why is HRT medication prescribed? Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) medicine is prescribed for many reasons, especially to relieve symptoms related to menopause. Here are some typical explanations of why HRT medicine may be prescribed: Menopausal symptoms: HRT is typically prescribed to ease symptoms like night sweats, hot flashes, lowered libido, mood swings, sleep disorders, and vaginal dryness Osteoporosis deterrence and therapy: HRT, particularly estrogen treatment, can help women improve their bone density, decreasing the chance of osteoporosis and fractures. Managing premature ovarian failure and primary ovarian depletion: HRT can replace the hormones the ovaries are no longer creating sufficiently. How … Read more »

Would All Athletes Benefit from HGH Therapy?

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on July 6th, 2023

would all athletes benefit from HGH therapy 300x200Reading Time: 4 minutes I'm a 35-year-old man. I'm an aspiring athlete. I went into your clinic and took a hormone level test. The results indicated that my HGH level was fine and that I did not have adult-onset HGH deficiency and that my HGH levels did not need supplementation. And you refused to write me an HGH prescription. I'm very angry about that. I want HGH to improve my performance and I want it now! I understand your frustration. However, we are legitimate medical clinic and cannot write you an HGH prescription if you do not actually have a medical need for it. … Read more »

Workout Booster Pills from Mexico – Worth It?

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on July 6th, 2023

workout booster pills bar friend 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes My friend Rico at the bar recommends that I take what he calls "workout booster pills" that he got online from Mexico. He said they're much cheaper than getting an HGH prescription at your clinic. I understand that your friend Rico is recommending that you take “workout booster” pills that he got online from Mexico and that he said they're much cheaper than getting an HGH prescription at our clinic. I would caution you against taking these pills. There are several reasons for this. First, you don't know what's in them. The pills may contain ingredients not listed on the … Read more »

Budgeting for HGH Replacement Therapy

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on July 6th, 2023

budgeting for HGH replacement therapy 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes Your clinic diagnosed me as having adult-onset HGH deficiency. But the hormone replacement therapy you say I need will significantly strain my budget. I don't want to cut down on my partying or my Lexus payments. Isn't there some shortcut, like mail order "HGH booster" pills I've seen advertised from Indonesia, that costs less and works just as well? I understand that you're concerned about the cost of HGH therapy. However, I would caution against using mail-order "HGH booster" pills from Indonesia. The FDA does not regulate these products, and there is no guarantee that they are safe or effective. … Read more »

Damage to Pituitary Gland Can Cause HGH Deficiency

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on July 6th, 2023

medications that can harm pituitary gland HGH deficiency 300x180Reading Time: 4 minutes I am worried that I might unintentionally damage my pituitary gland and cause an HGH deficiency if I use certain medications. Can you tell me what medications to avoid to avoid such terrible side effects? Sure. Here are some medications that can damage the pituitary gland and cause HGH deficiency: Corticosteroids: Corticosteroids are used to treat various conditions, including inflammation, allergies, and autoimmune diseases. They can damage the pituitary gland by suppressing the production of HGH. Antipsychotics: Antipsychotics are used to treat mental health conditions, such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. They can damage the pituitary gland by interfering with the … Read more »

Never Take More Than the Recommended Dosage!

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on July 6th, 2023

do not increase HGH prescription just to get gains 225x300Reading Time: 3 minutes I have a legitimate need for supplemental HGH, as determined by my board-certified physician at your clinic. And my HGH prescription has tremendously helped my well-being, my physical fitness, my love life, and my performance at the gym. But Davey, my friend at the gym who sometimes spots for me, says I should 5X or 10X the amount of HGH I take, so I can win championships. Is Davey right? No, Davey is not right. Taking more HGH than prescribed by your doctor is dangerous and can have serious side effects, including: Heart disease Liver damage Kidney failure Cancer Death … Read more »

Are You a “Soy Boy”?

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on July 6th, 2023

are you a soy boy 300x220Reading Time: 4 minutes "Soy boy" is a term that originated in online communities and has gained popularity on social media and in popular culture. The term is often used to describe men who are perceived as weak, effeminate, or lacking in traditional masculine qualities. The origin of the term is uncertain, but it is believed to have originated from the idea that consuming soy products can have a feminizing effect on men, leading to a decrease in testosterone levels and other masculinizing hormones. However, there is little scientific evidence to support this claim, and many health experts dispute the notion that soy products … Read more »

Young Adults with Problems; Possible Help via HRT

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on July 6th, 2023

young adults with hormone problems imbalance 300x200Reading Time: 4 minutes Human growth hormone (HGH) replacement therapy has gained significant attention for its potential to help young adults improve their overall physical and mental well-being. Many thirtysomething men and women face unexplained weakness, low energy, excess weight gain, flabby muscles, and poor self-esteem, which can negatively impact their academic/work performance and social life. However, HGH therapy has been shown to help address these issues and improve overall quality of life. For example, Sam, a 31-year-old man, struggled with excess weight and low energy, despite being physically active and following a healthy diet. He had been to multiple doctors, but no one … Read more »

Can I Use HGH Injections Mainly for Bodybuilding?

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on July 6th, 2023

can i use HGH injections for mainly bodybuilding purposes 255x300Reading Time: 4 minutes Q: Forget about health! I really just want to try HGH for aesthetic, body-building purposes. Asking for a friend. A: I understand that you may have some curiosity or interest in trying HGH for those purposes. However, you should know that there is no scientific evidence to support these claims. HGH is not approved by the FDA for these purposes and experts recommend against using it unless you really need it – that is, unless you really are being made weak or flabby or aging too rapidly because of adult-onset HGH deficiency. The good news is that, if you really … Read more »

I Want to Get Peak Athletic and Sexual Performance and I Don’t Care How I Get It!

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on July 6th, 2023

peak athletic performance hormone replacement therapy HRT 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes QUESTION: "I want to get peak athletic performance. And I don't care if my HGH levels are really low or not. Even if my HGH levels are fine and I do not suffer from adult-onset HGH deficiency, I want to boost those levels anyway. I don't even care if it harms my health a little bit later on. I just want to have peak performance, bigger muscles, and attract girls. And I'll do anything to achieve those goals. What should I do?" ANSWER: As a potential HRT patient, it's important to understand that HGH therapy is a medical treatment that … Read more »