Archive for May 2015

FDA Approves Low T St. Louis Method of Low T Treatment

FDA Approves Low T St. Louis Treatment The April 2015 issue of the American Journal of Physiology -Endocrinology and Metabolism features a recent review by University of Florida, Gainesville researchers that suggests injectable TRT (testosterone replacement therapy) is highly beneficial for aging men suffering from hypogonadism (critically low testosterone). (BMC Med 2014; 12:211) This is in comparison to other…

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Is there a connection between TRT and prostate cancer?

Testosterone Replacement Therapy and Prostate Cancer One in every four men over the age of 30 suffers from low testosterone. (ABC News) Millions of men are now using testosterone replacement therapy to help rebalance their low testosterone levels. There is a long-standing concern whether testosterone replacement therapy leads to prostate cancer, but studies are highly…

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Does testosterone replacement therapy affect fertility?

Testosterone and Fertility, Does is affect it? Testosterone replacement therapy is helping men of all ages regain a full, vibrant life. Many men though still have hopes of fathering more children, which is why it’s important to consider the effects of testosterone treatment on male fertility. The Hypothalamus-Pituitary-Gonadal Axis’s role in fertility Both testosterone and…

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Recent testosterone studies reveal no increase in cardiovascular risk

The Intermountain Medical Center Heart St. Louis in Murray, Utah presented their recently complete clinical study of testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) to the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions. Study results show that men who receive testosterone replacement therapy are not at increased risk of suffering a significant adverse cardiac event, such as a stroke or heart attack.…

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