Why Your Low-T Medications May Not Be Safe (Video)

If you’re taking a medication for low testosterone to ward off the effects of aging – such as decreased libido or fatigue – you should stop taking the drug now. The number of prescriptions for low testosterone, also known as low-T, has been rising for several years. But concerns are growing  in the medical community about whether the … Read More

Concerns Raised About Testosterone Therapy

Increasing numbers of men are being treated with testosterone replacement therapy. Many cardiologists have been concerned about the potential for adverse cardiovascular effects of testosterone replacement therapy. So the major new study published in the Journal of American Medical Association that links testosterone replacement therapy to increased risks of heart attack, stroke or death in … Read More

Beware of ‘Natural’ Testosterone Boosters for ‘Low-T’

Over-the-counter “natural” remedies that claim to raise your testosterone levels sound too good to be true. That’s because they are. No such thing as natural low-T boosters Urologist Daniel Shoskes, MD, says there are really no such things as natural testosterone boosters. “It’s not a medical term,” says Dr. Shoskes. “There really aren’t any substances … Read More

‘Low T’ Therapy: Do You Need It?

If you believe the ads, testosterone therapy will make you sexier. More muscular. More energetic. More likely to drive a cool car. The messages about low testosterone, or “Low T,” seem to be taking hold. A new study published in JAMA Internal Medicine says prescriptions tripled between 2001 and 2011 for men over age 40. … Read More

Hair Loss in Women

Both males and females have nurturing, mentoring and coaching abilities. And both sexes, after puberty, produce both androgens including testosterone and estrogen hormones which have protean effects throughout the body. In fact, women produce more androgens than estrogen on a milligram per milligram basis, while males produce 10 times the amount of testosterone compared to females. Besides … Read More

Daily Digest: Testosterone Therapy, Multiple Sclerosis, and “Chemo Brain”

From MSNBC: Testosterone Quick Fix In record numbers, American guys are turning to testosterone boosters to repair their pep, revive their sex drive, even erase their erectile issues. Edmund Sabanegh, MD, discusses testosterone supplements and replacement therapy. Read more about testosterone on MSNBC From Cleveland.com: Chemo Brain Fog The technical term is mild cognitive impairment … Read More