If your erectile dysfunction is a result of low testosterone, oral ED medications may not be the answer. As a physician that treats men for both low testosterone, and erectile dysfunction (ED), I am often asked “does low testosterone cause ED?” The simple answer is: Maybe. Low testosterone and ED are those kinds of medical… Read more
Testosterone is the most critical male hormone. However, testosterone levels decline as you age. For some men that decline has little or no impact, but others may significantly feel the effects of low testosterone, also known as low-T. You may have heard of menopause, the series of symptoms that women go through due to the… Read more
Hypogonadism is the general medical term for when a man’s body does not produce enough testosterone, often leading to Low Testosterone. There can be many reasons for this condition to occur, from congenital defects, to disease or injuries. When doctors issue a medical diagnosis of “male hypogonadism,” it is usually in children and younger adult males,… Read more
The latest research once again indicates that there is no link between testosterone therapy and heart disease. A recent multi-year study, put out by researchers just before the end of 2016, found that testosterone therapy actually helped elderly men with low testosterone levels and pre-existing coronary artery disease, reduce their risks of major cardiovascular events… Read more
Want to know how testosterone can impact your heart health? Find out what the latest research says…
Struggling to get rid of excess belly fat? It may be your testosterone levels. If you’re eating right, working out, but can’t get rid of it check for Low T. See what studies say..
Did You Know That Women suffering from low testosterone can also benefit from Testosterone Therapy? When you hear the words “testosterone,” or “testosterone therapy,” what comes to mind? Men’s health most likely. But, did you know that women’s bodies also produce and need testosterone, and sometimes, they can also benefit from testosterone therapy? Jane Fonda… Read more
A recent study found that half of the men who were referred to a physician for treatment of “borderline” testosterone levels suffered from depression…
While some of testosterone supplements can boost testosterone to some degree, none are as effective as testosterone therapy, and none can deliver anywhere near the results of the real thing.
If you are a man, and are between the ages of 35-55, and you find yourself feeling irritable, angry, depressed or anxious, your body may be trying to tell you you have Low testosterone…
According to lead researcher on a recent study at the University of Pennsylvania, it was clear that, “Testosterone improved sexual activity, sexual desire and improved erectile function.”
I bet you don’t normal think of low testosterone in women as common. Often when people think about Low-T, they immediately think of men. It’s true that men between 35 and 55 typically experience low testosterone levels, which can cause all sorts of symptoms. You want to hear another truth? Women’s bodies make and need testosterone too! Testosterone in women… Read more
If you are a regular reader of my blogs, you may be familiar with the more common signs of low testosterone, such as fatigue and sexual wellness issues. Sometimes the signs of less than optimal levels of testosterone are a little less obvious though. Since testosterone helps regulate so many of your bodily functions, low testosterone… Read more
There are many different types of HRT doctors today. HRT (also knows as a hormone replacement therapy) for both men and women can be prescribed by urologists, gynecologists, general practitioners, and just about any kind of physician in-between! Technically there is no such thing as an “HRT doctor,” or medical specialty given in “hormone optimization”. So… Read more