New Study Proves Benefits of Testosterone Therapy in Older Men

A landmark study published last month in the New England Journal of Medicine offers fresh insight into the benefits of testosterone therapy for men 65 and older. The study, which is one among seven being conducted by the National Institute on Aging to assess the efficacy and safety of testosterone therapy in men, examined the … Continued

FDA Approves ‘Female Viagra’: Does Flibanserin Work?

After being shunned twice by the FDA and put on trial before a panel—supported by testimonies from women whose relationship and esteem lay in pieces due to low libido—flibanserin has been approved. Flibanserin, freshly branded as Addyi, is that “little pink pill” that has everyone talking. Rumored to be the solution to female sexual desire … Continued

Depression Treated with Hormone Therapy

Feeling a little blue? Before you ask your doctor about the latest antidepressant on the market, consider your hormone levels. More and more research is finding that among both men and women, declines in hormone levels associated with aging may result in depression or other forms of mental distress, such as anxiety and irritability. While … Continued

New Evidence Suggest Testosterone Does Not Increase Cardiovascular Risk

Over the years testosterone therapy has been a controversial subject. However, a new study published by the Mayo Clinic found no evidence to support claims that testosterone therapy increases cardiovascular risk in men. In fact, there have actually been several studies that suggest testosterone therapy may help to reduce the risk of atherosclerosis and heart … Continued

Why Men Should Consider Testosterone Pellet Therapy

Recently, an article in the New England Journal of Medicine described the case of a man whom had visited his doctor and expressed concerns about feelings of decreased energy, inhibited sexual pleasure and erectile function, and a decreased ability to play sports. The man’s blood test revealed that his testosterone level was decidedly below the … Continued

How Do I Know If I Have Low T?

Testosterone, also referred to as androgen, is a male hormone responsible for bone density, muscle strength, distribution of body fat and the sex drive. Low testosterone is commonly referred to as “low T” which is fairly common in older men. Levels of testosterone decline naturally with age. Approximately 20 percent of men in their 60s … Continued

Testosterone Therapy Can Reduce Heart Attack Risk

A study involving 24,000 Medicare patients suggests that contrary to popular belief, testosterone therapy does not increase the risk of heart attack. In fact, researchers say that the use of testosterone therapy actually reduced heart attack risk by 30 percent in a group of men that we’re classified as “high risk” based on several other … Continued

Testosterone and Metabolic Syndrome

Here is yet more evidence of the profound beneficial effects of testosterone on the male body. According to a research paper presented this month at the International Diabetes Federation World Diabetes Congress, replacing testosterone to normal levels in middle aged and elderly men significantly improved all components of metabolic syndrome in 24 months. Positive benefits … Continued

Testosterone and prostate cancer

Most patients are told by their doctor that high testosterone is risky for prostate cancer. And it was taboo to treat a patient with prostate cancer with testosterone since it was similar to ” pouring fuel on a fire”. The New England Journal of Medicine performed an extensive review and found no evidence thAt men … Continued

Testosterone Applications

I have consistently found in couples in which the man is using topical testosterone, the woman will be overdosed with testosterone. In spite of careful hand-washing after application the man will spread testosterone to the woman through skin to skin touching sheets pillowcases towels etc. Women only need 1/10 to 1/20 of the testosterone that … Continued