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American Urological Association Clinical Low-T Diagnosis Guidelines 2018


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on June 25th, 2020

Hypogonadism medical condition low t 300x200Video Download: American Urological Association Clinical Low T Diagnosis Guidelines 2018 Video Stream: American Urological Association Clinical Low T Diagnosis Guidelines 2018 To provide the best possible HRT Care, available treatments must be prescribed with the latest in medical research in mind. Earlier this month, the American Urological Association released updated guidelines regarding the diagnosis and treatment of Low-T and the ongoing assessment of men taking Prescription Testosterone. While Testosterone Deficiency is a widespread medical issue, it is essential to make sure that Testosterone is only prescribed to those that have a demonstrative need for Hypogonadism Treatment. It is best practices for patients taking Testosterone to undergo periodic evaluation. Still, this part of the process is frequently overlooked, which may be detrimental to the long-term care of the patient. American Urological Association Guidelines have been released as the result of over 500 articles published over the last 40 years. A primary design goal of these guidelines was to assess the medical support of various claims regarding Bio-Identical Testosterone Therapy. What is the Minimum Threshold for Testosterone Deficiency Diagnosis? While the normal range for Testosterone is considered to be between 270-1,070 ng/dl, the American Urological Association suggests that only patients below … Read more »

TEFINA: Nasal Spray That Can Increase Female Orgasms


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on June 25th, 2020

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 »

Hypotestosteronism – Low Testosterone and Hypogonadism


Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on June 24th, 2020

hypotestosteronism hypogonadism 300x202Sounds scary, doesn't it? That's because it is! Hypotestosteronism is another word for hypogonadism, or low testosterone – a diagnosis that no man wants to hear! Besides the physical impacts of low testosterone on a man, low testosterone can lead to severe depression and low self-esteem – left undiagnosed, severe depression can cause one to act on suicidal thoughts. Despite what some people say about low testosterone, it can be a serious diagnosis. Learn more about this, unfortunately increasing in the U.S. population, deficiency below. What is Hypotestosteronism? Hypotestosteronism occurs with the decreased functionality of the gonads – ovaries in women and testes in men. Both men and women produce the hormone testosterone, but men produce much more of it than women do, leading to their secondary sex characteristics such as facial hair and deeper voice. Without testosterone, boys would not develop properly during puberty and lead to the absence of several or all secondary sex characteristics. The brain is where the production of testosterone begins, specifically the cerebral cortex. The cortex signals the hypothalamus which in turn stimulates the pituitary gland. The pituitary gland is one important organ, located beneath the brain, and dubbed the “master gland.” It releases … Read more »

Manhood Washed Away: You Could Unknowingly be Annihilating Your Testosterone


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on June 23rd, 2020

bar soap 9612The sweet-smelling soap you're using to wash your hands and body could be wiping out your testosterone. Video Download: How Triclosan May Be Reducing Your Testosterone Video Stream: How Triclosan May Be Reducing Your Testosterone In fact, multiple studies are linking low testosterone to two insidious chemicals: Triclosan and Triclocarban. These compounds are found seemingly everywhere, from bar soap to toothpaste, and even in some kitchen supplies like cutting boards and sponges. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is in the middle of what's called a monograph, which means they're investigating the safety of the chemicals. And the companies that make antibacterial soaps will have to prove that the benefits of their products outweigh the health risks. "Both chemicals affect testosterone production in men, as well as thyroid functions and endocrine systems as well," explains Dr. Todd Howell, the Medical Director for The Aesthetic Medicine and Anti-Aging Clinics of Louisiana. The FDA approved the use of Triclosan and Triclocarban in 1993. Companies use the products to make their products antibacterial or antimicrobial. Howell explains that "I wouldn't go as far as saying all antibacterial soaps are bad. You want to pick up your product and look at the label and … Read more »

Testosterone: Should You Take it to Regain Your Libido and Youthful Energy?


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on June 22nd, 2020

shutterstock 114189103 300x200 9063Prescriptions for testosterone have become big business in America, but doctors and researchers disagree on whether it’s safe or not. A Testosterone Boost May Restore Many of Your Youthful Traits but Know the Possible Health Risks One elderly gentleman described the feeling when his sex drive began to diminish as he aged. “It was like becoming unchained from a maniac,” in what has been described as a mixture of relief and nostalgia. He didn't discuss testosterone replacement therapy, but an ever-increasing number of over-50 men are determined to reconnect with their personal maniac. Video Download: Testosterone Should You Take It To Regain Your Libido And Youthful Energy Video Stream: Testosterone Should You Take It To Regain Your Libido And Youthful Energy Testosterone Replacement Therapy = Big Business Across America, a chain of 49 (and growing) clinics referred to as “Low T Centers” have sprung up to handle the demand, promising “power, performance, and passion.” The number of prescriptions for testosterone in America has skyrocketed ten times between 2000 and 2011. Low T currently serves 45,000 patients at an average price of $400 a month — no question about it. Testosterone replacement therapy is a big business. Low T is just … Read more »

The Effect of Testosterone on Auto-Immune Function and Multiple Sclerosis


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on June 21st, 2020

masculinity hormone non soy milk drinker 199x300Though we ultimately associate Testosterone with libido, masculinity, and sexuality, Testosterone plays an influential role in maintaining and optimizing health. The influence of Testosterone has a significant effect on the incidence and prevalence of a variety of diseases and conditions. For example, men are less prone to osteoporosis than women, because the influence of Testosterone directly contributes to stronger and healthier bones. It also appears that Testosterone has a strong influence on the prevalence of auto-immune disorders. Women only produce about 1/8th of the Testosterone of their male counterparts, and medical research shows that this leaves women significantly more at risk for conditions related to immune health, such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, celiac disease, and multiple sclerosis. Depending on the situation, women experience auto-immune issues at 3-9 times the rate of men. Video Download: The Effect Of Testosterone On Auto Immune Function And Multiple Sclerosis Video Stream: The Effect Of Testosterone On Auto Immune Function And Multiple Sclerosis Many auto-immune problems are age-related, only occurring as individuals grow older. Men that do experience these conditions also appear to suffer from them later in life on average than women. It's a highly complex subject. Clinical evidence has strongly suggested that Testosterone … Read more »

Does Ibuprofen Contribute to Low Testosterone?


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on June 20th, 2020

Ibuprofen 300x200In recent years, there have been increasing concerns regarding the effect of Ibuprofen on Testosterone Levels. There have recently been some scaremongering articles that suggest that Ibuprofin use can have a disastrous impact on Testosterone Levels. It's important to recognize that news magazines have pressure to sensationalize stories to draw readers. On the other hand, there is often a grain of fact behind the shocking headlines. Let's delve deeper and work toward the truth. Video Download: Does Ibuprofen Contribute To Low Testosterone Video Stream: Does Ibuprofen Contribute To Low Testosterone In a recent study, researchers gathered evidence from both laboratory analysis and human trials to investigate the effects of Ibuprofen on Testosterone Levels. While it's true that Significant Low-T dramatically impairs Fertility and can even lead to total infertility without HRT Intervention, this particular research did not specifically investigate the effects of Ibuprofen on Fertility. 30 Men Take Ibuprofen for 42 Days In the investigated clinical study, thirty male participants took 1200 milligrams of ibuprofen per day for 1½ months to determine the effects of Ibuprofen Overdose on Testosterone Levels. The average single dose of Ibuprofen is 400 milligrams. While it is possible that an individual would take three Ibuprofen … Read more »

The History of Testosterone – From Myth to Reality


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on June 19th, 2020

facts better than myth on hormones 300x198Today, most people are aware of the importance of Testosterone. The history of Testosterone is somewhat taken for granted, however. The history of Testosterone intertwines closely with the history of our knowledge of Hormones themselves. The term Hormone was first used in the year 1902. Hormone comes from a Greek word meaning “stir into action.” The first hormone that was discovered and named was called Secretin. Researchers Ernest Starling and William Bayliss figured out that the body releases Secretin in response to food entering the small intestine. Secretin directly influences the release of pancreatic juices, which allow for proper digestion. Video Download: The History Of Testosterone From Myth To Reality Video Stream: The History Of Testosterone From Myth To Reality The First Studies to Show the Influence of Testosterone The first scientific experiments that hinted at the existence of Testosterone began in the mid-19th century. In one of the most critical tests, Arnold Berthold made the connection that the testes played a role in the expression of male sexual characteristics. He found that when Testes were removed from roosters, their distinctively full combs wilted and withered. He also saw that by reinserting the testes, the comb would return to its … Read more »

Fracking Pollution Potential Danger to Testosterone Levels


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on June 19th, 2020

Hormone Production is affected by a variety of factors, many of which are environmental. The human body is highly susceptible to chemical contamination, especially during fetal development. It's vitally important that we monitor new and existing technologies to ensure that we mitigate physiological and ecological harm. Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals Negatively Impact Sex Hormone Production Chemicals that impact the body's natural Hormone Production negatively are known as Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals. One of the most well-known is Bisphenol A, which is common in everyday plastics and mimics the physiological effects of Estrogen. Various industrial processes also give off endocrine-disrupting byproducts, and it appears that Fracking is no different. What Is Fracking? Fracking is the common euphemism for Hydraulic Fracturing. It is a form of oil/gas extraction which utilizes a cocktail of hazardous chemicals to pump fossil fuels deep out of the earth. As we continue to deplete easily accessible fossil fuel reserves, we have to resort to more resource-intensive methods to unlock natural gas and oil. Fracking uses pressure and chemicals to break up rock formations to unlock trapped natural resources. Fracking and Fertility Perhaps unsurprisingly, many of these chemicals likely impact the healthy production of Testosterone. A recent lab research study … Read more »

Androgel for Men with Testosterone Deficiency


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on June 19th, 2020

Testosterone Deficiency is a frustrating component of aging that affects the lives of millions of guys nationwide. Luckily, there are a variety of Testosterone Therapy Products that are very effective at relieving Low-T. One of the many Testosterone Treatments available today is Androgel. With Androgel, it is possible to overcome the symptoms of Testosterone Deficiency. Androgel Topical Testosterone for Andropause and Low-T Androgel is a safe and effective Testosterone Therapy produced by AbbVie Inc. for the treatment of Hypogonadism in Men. Clinical Testosterone Deficiency is characterized by a variety of issues, including low sex drive, impotence, fatigue, and loss of muscle mass. Androgel can relieve and reverse the symptoms of Low-T, helping men restore both vigor and sexual potency. While Low-T has various causes, it is most commonly a byproduct of aging. Testosterone Levels drop consistently from age thirty, onward. Other health conditions and lifestyle choices further impact Testosterone Levels. For example, Obesity and Smoking both increase the risk of Testosterone Deficiency. It's estimated that 12% of men in their fifties suffer from Low-T. Who Shouldn't Use Androgel? Androgel is only intended for men over the age of eighteen with clinical symptoms of Low-T. Testosterone should never be used as … Read more »