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Testosterone Levels


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

testosterone levels header16 620x206Androgens are the group of hormones that help in improving the male reproductive system. Testosterone androgen is the active androgen that is available in the male body. Testosterone is primarily found in the testes, and other androgens are present in the adrenal glands. Other androgens work for various testosterone functions. Androgens are the primary reason for normal changes in boys and also influence sexual interests, sperm cell formation and behavior in different age groups among men. These androgens are present abundantly in men and in smaller quantities among women. The main reason for androgen deficiency is the testicular disorders that reduce the production of testosterone and hypothalamic pituitary. They reduce the secretion of gonadotropins. Testicular Dysfunction is caused by the Klinefelter's syndrome and gonadotropins are caused by the pituitary tumors. Androids are the steroid hormones and are natural compounds that stimulate the preservation and development of masculine characteristics like sexual male organs and secondary sexual characteristics. Testosterone androgen is classified as anabolic and androgenic. Testosterone androgen helps in building of muscle and bone mass. This androgen is responsible for the mature sex organs primarily the penis and forms scrotum in the foetus during puberty. Testosterone androgen shows secondary sexual characteristics … Read more »

Testosterone and Body Building


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

testosterone and body building header18 620x206Making the body proportionally shaped and fit is termed as body building. Body building is not limited to outer fitness it has an impact on the mind and soul too. There was a time when only celebrities and show business people used to visit the gym and other body building practices. Now days all of us irrespective of age group and other factors have an appetite to look fabulous and attractive. Looking good brings an ample amount of confidence and attitude which is extremely required to place yourself in such competitive world. If you are fat, and badly shaped people will avoid you and you will be less inevitable in the social parties. Gone are the days when only girls used to bother about owning a tempting and slim body. Now even boys are rushing more towards the body building programs and are far more willing to look fabulous and attractive. There are many ways to get a fit body but to get a muscular body although a gym is the ultimate place. There is no single way to guarantee body building but yes everyone has to search their way and suitability too. So no one can own a substantial … Read more »

Testosterone Androgen


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

testosterone androgen header10 620x206When a man has a deficiency of androgen in his body, it means that his levels of male hormones, mainly testosterone, are lower than normal. One of two things could be the cause of this deficiency, namely pituitary gland problems and the area of the brain that controls functions of the testes -the hypothalamus or the testes. Low testosterone androgen deficiency in aging men is sometimes referred to as male menopause, which is confusing since it suggests that men, like women, also experience a significant reduction in hormone production as they become older. This is totally incorrect. How testosterone functions: Testosterone is the main androgenic hormone, which is responsible for the following functions in males: • The beginning and completion of puberty • The development of muscle and bone • Body hair growth including the beard • Changes in the vocal cords which produce the male voice • Sex drive and function • The growth and function of the prostate gland • The production of sperm Androgen deficiency symptoms: When insufficient testosterone is circulating through the body, various symptoms can develop. Several of these symptoms could be non-specific and can appear to be those of other health conditions and diseases. … Read more »

Testosterone for Women


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

testosterone therapy for women1 196x300It Is Not Just for Men Hormone replacement therapy via Prescription Testosterone Replacement Therapy by HRT MD knows that men and women actually do have something in common: hormones, men need a little estrogen for their natural feminine sides, and women need some testosterone to level the score. Think strong, energetic and responsive – sexually responsive, that is what Testosterone provides for both Men and Women. For Women when the right levels of this “male” hormone are present, menopausal women can look forward to stronger bones, lean muscles, a sense of well-being and a healthy sex drive. Women have also noticed that Testosterone tends to stabilize the emotional and moody swings. Testosterone is a steroid hormone found in the androgen group. It is derived from cholesterol (like all the sex hormones) and its immediate predecessor is DHEA. Even though it is thought of as “the male hormone”, testosterone also plays a very important role in women. Testosterone for women is produced in the ovaries and the adrenal glands. The ovaries function to help produce testosterone even after menopause. Therefore, women who have their ovaries removed are at serious risk for declined testosterone levels and the resulting symptoms associated with it. … Read more »


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