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How do bananas increase men's sexual performance?

I've heard a lot about this, but I want to know how. Thanks.

Posted by Michael
tuckermatt

Read entire list – Banana's will be the last item listed.

How to Improve Sexual Virility (For Guys)

Improve Sexual Virility (For Guys)
Many men suffer from a low sex drive, sexual performance problems, and an overall lack of male virility. These problems can negatively impact a man's self-esteem, sense of self-worth, and the quality of his romantic relationships. However, problems with male virility and sexual functioning can be, in most cases, remedied. What follows is a list of lifestyle, health, and dietary factors that promote strong male virility and improved sexual function and performance.

Step 1GET ADEQUATE SLEEP

Your body needs adequate amounts of sleep in order to maximize sexual performance and sexual virility. A lack of sleep is a major cause of low sex drive and/or sexual problems. Strive to get at least 7-9 hours of sleep each night to increase and maintain sexual virility. Take afternoon rests or naps when possible.

Step 2DE-STRESS REGULARLY

Chronic stress is toxic to the body and can negatively impact sexual virility and sexual function. Strive to keep stress levels as low as possible in order to maximize not only your health and well-being, but to increase your sexual virility and sex drive. Meditate on a regular basis; do yoga moves in addition to deep breathing exercises to help unwind and de-stress.

Step 3EXERCISE REGULARLY

In addition to improving mental and physical health, regular exercise promotes healthy sexual function and helps to improve sexual virility. Aim to exercise at least 4-5 times per week, incorporating moderate cardiovascular exercise in addition to strength training. Regular exercise promotes healthy blood circulation and increases testosterone and growth hormone levels, all of which promote increased sexual virility and sexual function.

Step 4ELIMINATE JUNK FOOD

Eating a healthy diet promotes physical and emotional health as well as healthy sexual function and virility. A poor diet, one lacking in adequate nutrients and antioxidants, can result in a low sex drive and sexual performance problems, including impotence. Eat a diet heavy in fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean cuts of meat and fish, and low-fat dairy to increase sexual virility and improve sexual function.

Step 5ADD GARLIC TO YOUR DIET

Garlic is rich in allicin, which can improve blood flow to the sexual organs, which in turn promotes healthy sexual function and strong, hard erections. Cut up some garlic and sprinkle it on your favorite foods. Or take a garlic supplement. Garlic is a sexual super food that can increase your sexual virility.

Step 6ADD AVOCADO TO YOUR DIET

Avocados are rich in folic acid and high in vitamin B6, both of which help to regulate sexual hormone function, which in turn helps to optimize sexual health and sexual virility. Add some avocado slices to your salad or on your sandwich.

Step 7EAT A BANANA DAILY

Bananas are another sexual super food that can help improve sexual function and increase sexual virility. Bananas are high in bromelain and b vitamins, both of which are potent sexual hormone regulators that can help improve sexual function, sexual desire, and sexual virility. Add a banana to your daily diet.

Exercise – Men's health problem?

Lately I've started to take my workout's more seriously, when is when my problem started.
I used to do about 3 hours a week, unfocused sloppy workouts. Now I've organized my workout's into everyday, different muscle groups per day and am taking supplements: Cyclone Maxgain with creatine and also Whey Proteins.

The problem is, since I've started exercising more. I can't sleep and am painfully aroused at stupid times. For the last 5 nights, I wake up every 2 hours (from midnight til 9am) with a painful erection and feel completely well rested and good to go for another workout, what the heck is happening to me?

Posted by Sam
tuckermatt

I owned and operated a gym for several years, This happened to one of my clients, I'd suggest stop taking the supplements for a week or so and see if things get back to normal, if not go see your Doc.
It sounds like adrenalin or testosterone overload.

My man's sex drive is decreasing? Help?

My boyfriend and I have been together for almost 4 years. We have always had great sex since day 1! We both noticed a decrease in in his sex drive. I'm always ready and wanting it. He is about to turn 31. He is currently out of a job too. I don't know whether it's his age or if he is depressed because he is out of work. He is also just a tad over weight. Maybe it's all of this put together? I don't really know?! I just have been getting worried about him. Any suggestions?
And yes we have talked about this. He is stressing about not being able to find a job.

Posted by To Tha Face
tuckermatt

He's gotta make some lifestyle changes!
No smoking – no beer/ale – no booze – no drugs. ANY of these can interrupt blood flow to his penis resulting in diminished sex drive & cause erectile dysfunction or impotence.
Stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, crappy diet, lack of exercise & some medications can also cause malfunction at the junction.

The following article could give him a big boost:

Improve Sexual Virility – (For Guys)

Many men suffer from a low sex drive, sexual performance problems, and an overall lack of male virility. These problems can negatively impact a man's self-esteem, sense of self-worth, and the quality of his romantic relationships. However, problems with male virility and sexual functioning can be, in most cases, remedied. What follows is a list of lifestyle, health, and dietary factors that promote strong male virility and improved sexual function and performance.

Step 1 – GET ADEQUATE SLEEP

Your body needs adequate amounts of sleep in order to maximize sexual performance and sexual virility. A lack of sleep is a major cause of low sex drive and/or sexual problems. Strive to get at least 7-9 hours of sleep each night to increase and maintain sexual virility. Take afternoon rests or naps when possible.

Step 2 – DE-STRESS REGULARLY

Chronic stress is toxic to the body and can negatively impact sexual virility and sexual function. Strive to keep stress levels as low as possible in order to maximize not only your health and well-being, but to increase your sexual virility and sex drive. Meditate on a regular basis; do yoga moves in addition to deep breathing exercises to help unwind and de-stress.

Step 3 – EXERCISE REGULARLY

In addition to improving mental and physical health, regular exercise promotes healthy sexual function and helps to improve sexual virility. Aim to exercise at least 4-5 times per week, incorporating moderate cardiovascular exercise in addition to strength training. Regular exercise promotes healthy blood circulation and increases testosterone and growth hormone levels, all of which promote increased sexual virility and sexual function.

Step 4 – ELIMINATE JUNK FOOD

Eating a healthy diet promotes physical and emotional health as well as healthy sexual function and virility. A poor diet, one lacking in adequate nutrients and antioxidants, can result in a low sex drive and sexual performance problems, including impotence. Eat a diet heavy in fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean cuts of meat and fish, and low-fat dairy to increase sexual virility and improve sexual function.

Step 5 – ADD GARLIC TO YOUR DIET

Garlic is rich in allicin, which can improve blood flow to the sexual organs, which in turn promotes healthy sexual function and strong, hard erections. Cut up some garlic and sprinkle it on your favorite foods. Or take a garlic supplement. Garlic is a sexual super food that can increase your sexual virility.

Step 6 – ADD AVOCADO TO YOUR DIET

Avocados are rich in folic acid and high in vitamin B6, both of which help to regulate sexual hormone function, which in turn helps to optimize sexual health and sexual virility. Add some avocado slices to your salad or on your sandwich.

Step 7 – EAT A BANANA DAILY

Bananas are another sexual super food that can help improve sexual function and increase sexual virility. Bananas are high in bromelain and b vitamins, both of which are potent sexual hormone regulators that can help improve sexual function, sexual desire, and sexual virility. Add a banana to your daily diet.

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Vitamins for Low Testosterone in Men

Questions and Answers

Can low vitamin d lower testosterone?

Like say if a man is lacking vitamin d and his testosterone is around 428 ng/dl.If he gets his vitamin d level up will his testosterone go up.

Posted by antwan
tuckermatt

Possibly man

they say that exposure to sunlight increases testosterone levels… And vitamin d is a byproduct of getting sun

so yeah, maybe.

Clomid for men with low motility?

My fiance and I are trying to concieve. He has a normal count with low motility. What would a doctor generally suggest he do for that.
BTY he smokes pot, and drinks. Hes also on high blood pressure medication. Obviously I know the doctor would say dont smoke or drink. But is there a supplement he could take that would keep his hormones in check like his testosterone. What about clomid for men, what does it do for them? I know what it does for women.
Would those over the counter fertility medications for men help?
Also he takes 300mg of vitamin E twice a day
We are going to the doc next week but Im curious
Wow apparently you can just stop smoking and drinking just like that!

Posted by ttc again :(
tuckermatt

Hi Honey. If your OH is serious about ttc he will give up the drinking & smoking, you should talk to him about it because it will be your best chance. It be better for your baby. The blood pressure medication might have some effect too, but your doc will be the best person to ask about that. Having a healthy diet, being fit & not really over weight, and not wearing tight pants/trousers might all help. There are some vitamins you can buy for men ttc (like sanatogen who also do them for women) that might help too. Your doctor shouldn't prescribe anything like clomid if there is a chance things can be improved naturally by stopping smoking & reducing alcohol.
Good luck.

No, I didn't say it would be easy did I? But if means enough to him, he'll try. Sorry I know its hard for you to hear if you don't think he will try. I'm giving genuine advise & wish you loads of luck. It took me over two years to conceive (due to medical problems) & would have tried anything like that.x.

Are there any foods or vitamins that can help improve a man's low sex drive?

Posted by bigkidjj
tuckermatt

The answer depends on the cause of your low sex drive. Maybe you have a low testosterone level. Ask your doctor to do a blood test to evaluate that. If it is low, he can prescribe a topical gel (such as Androgel) that will raise your testosterone level and your sex drive.

Maybe it is just because you are getting older. That is normal, and it just takes longer to get stimulated. Encourage your partner–or your right hand–to be patient and caressing. Sometimes adding a little variety to your sex life can help, such as porn or role playing.

Maybe it is because of stress or not getting enough sleep. This is a normal reaction, and probably won't change until you address the core issue.

Another possible cause is recreational drugs, such as alcohol, pot, etc. These can definitely have an impact on your desire to have sex, your ability to establish and sustain an erection, or all of the above.

Good luck.

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Cause of shrinking testicles?

Posted by sarge_b6667
tuckermatt

There are many reasons
congenital
Aging
Hypogonadism
Undescended testis
Decreased blood flow
Torsion testis( emergency situation)
Taking anti androgenic medicine
Excess testosterone intake
Post mumps ( viral illness)
rarely seminoma (tumor)
Fibrosis
Chemotherapy
Hydrocele is big scrotum full of fluid but small testis due to constant pressure.
Constant high temprature exposure.
Most important tight underwears. Specialy cycling shorts for long time.

Did you get what you were trying to look into this?

Could this be raising my blood pressure?

I have mild hypertension, generally my diastolic is good (in the 80s) but my systolic hovers between 140-160. Anyhow, I don't get the 'white coat effect', but whenever I feel the compression of the cuff and feel the pulsating, it bothers me to no end and I start squirming. I remember having this feeling forever, since I was like 7 years old and went to the pediatrician. I never encountered anyone else who gets this, except my brother (who has hypertension worse than I do). What would you call this, and could the tension it causes me possibly be raising the readings?
I'm in the United States Marine Corps in Okinawa, Japan, and there are no real physicians here that have ever helped me with my BP or any other issue. I do exercise plenty and eat a pretty healthy diet.
Also, I'm only 19, but as I said my brother has hypertension and my mother has it, so I definitely have a genetic pre-disposition. As far as I know both of them have diastolic hypertension, and my diastolic rarely exceeds 90.
Hey Susan, thanks for the response. I already limited my sodium intake significantly. I mostly consume raw foods, rarely anything processed, so I don't think the sodium intake is of much concern. Even if so, there's not much I can do about it because being in the military I don't have a great say in my food choices.
Also, my Body Mass Index is very high, but that's because I'm an avid weightlifter. My bodyfat is about 16%, but I weigh 205 @ 5'6. I know people say high BMI contributes to it, but I think they're operating under the assumption that someone with a high BMI is necessarily fat or obese. My BMI is about 33-34 which is considered 'obese' but I know my bodyfat measurements tell me otherwise.
Great response Lise! Much appreciated. The measurements I've noted were taken by myself using an Omron cuff (the readings seem to jibe with the few I've had taken at the clinic). Having had a history of hypertension I took the initiative of buying one myself to monitor it on my own. This also obviates any potential white coat hypertension and allows me to measure it at various points during the day. I'm not sure exactly how 'pressurized' it gets, but I'm willing to bet the cuff wasn't designed with arms my size in mind (about 17 inches). Regardless, as I've said before I recall having experienced this unpleasant sensation my whole life. Also, I'm a night worker so I'm generally sleeping or working when the clinic is open anyhow, and being the son of a doctor with an interest in the medical field and some decent knowledge, I know they've given me some bad advice in the past.
Thanks teejay! I would love to have my serum levels checked, I would especially love to see my cholesterol. I'll see if they'll draw it over here and check it for me. But really, the medical service is extremely frustrating. I'm going to be on leave in November so I may just have my father draw it then.
Saturated fat is something I want to focus on. I know it's often demonized, but from what I understand a lot of the criticism is misplaced. I know powerlifters/bodybuilders eat diets high in saturated fat because it's been linked to elevated testosterone production. With that said, my saturated fat intake definitely exceeds FDA recommendations, as I drink about a quarter gallon of WHOLE milk daily and eat about six eggs, yolk included.
Once again though, it makes me wonder if they can truly be the culprit as I've had elevated readings before I ate such a diet.
Also worth noting is that it's asymptomatic. Never had a headache or felt faint or anything.
TeeJay:. Here's something from a study I dug up:
"The possible effect of dietary fat content and the ratio of polyunsaturated to saturated fatty acids (P/S-ratio) on serum sex hormones was studied in 30 healthy male volunteers. The customary diet of the subjects, which supplied 40% of energy as fat (mainly from animal sources, P/S-ratio 0.15) was replaced for a 6 weeks period by a practically isocaloric experimental diet containing significantly less fat (25% of energy) with a higher P/S-ratio (1.22) and other environmental factors were stabilized."
As a result of the dietary change, there was a 15% drop in total T, with corresponding drops in free T and androstenedione. The researchers concluded, "Our results indicate that in men a decrease in dietary fat content and an increase in the degree of unsaturation of fatty acids reduces the serum concentrations of androstenedione, testosterone and free testosterone"

At my age I'm sure the impact on test is minimal, though.

Posted by Gremlinbutt
tuckermatt

The pulsating feeling is absolutely a normal phenomenon. It occurs bcoz ur vessels are compressed so they become empty and when pressure of cuff falls blood gushes into the empty vessels.

All people experience this. Dont pay attention to it too much
pretty early to say if are apatient of "hypertention".
Bcoz the diagnosis has to be made with great responsibility and reepeated analysis of your reading, because in ur caseu r young and if diagnosis confirmed, it entirely changes ur lifestyle.
Secondly diastolic is a better indicator which in your case is normal.
If you have checked it on electronic manometer then better get it first checked on mercury sphygmomanometer [ conventional instrument used doctors which has a hand pump]

yes. It is a sign of concern for your future health as people who have bp on higher side at young age do tend to have it higher in adult age.[ phenomenon called "tracking of blood pressure"]
anyways what you are doing [ diet and exercise] is perfect what a high bp patient should.

Have you got ur serum lipid levels done.?
Since ur sibling also suffers from same problem, a genetic factor comes into play here.
Plus a list of more tests need to be done [blood levels of certain hormones and substances] which ur doctor would know.

…. High serum lipids is a common genetic problem which does eventually lead to early onset of high blood pressure.

Just be sure your diet excludes SATURATED FATS. [ which is more in animal origin fats]
and minimal to zero table salt intake which u said r doing.
If the problem is something else [ which is a long list] you anyways will have to start a medication to keep it controlled.

Thats why athletes and weightlifter are take substances called androgens which are nothing but substances that get converted to testosterone. And if those substances found in blood [DOPE test] they are banned from participating.

OK I TAKE IT BACK… Let me search more about this…

Right the effect is minimal

… If anyways
high testosterone is PRESENT………….. It cannot cause high bp..

Refer
Http://www.diagnose-me.com/cond/C569738….

BUT i m sure the risks of high fat intake far outweigh the benefits.

Because TESTOSTERONE has no or minimal role in helping prevent deposition of fats in blood vessels which causes atherosclerosis. .. WHICH LEADS TO HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE.

Nephritis & high blood pressure?

Information required very urgently.
Case history:
male, age 48
history of prolonged high diabetes now well under control.
History high blood pressure, still not coming under control.
Recently in past 4-5 months the serum creatinine is jumping, from 1.9 to 5.
Diabetes now is controlled but b.p. Is not coming don stays around 110/180. Because of hi cretnine value dr. Says they don't have much choice for controlling b.p. Sonography docent show much enlargement. Creatinine going hi so dr. Wants to do biopsy of kidney but cant proceed because of hi b.p.
Its utter confusion & creatinine going up by day.
Is this basically a nephritis or so cause of some other diseases or condition.
Please suggest cause & treatment. Very urgent.
Case is in mumbai. India.
Any alternative medicine or treatment welcome.
Thanks in anticipation.

Posted by tosscorp
tuckermatt

If you can get hold of alkaline water in your area, that may help.

I have systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) with nephritis and my renal doctors here were pressuring me to have a shunt surgically attached to my arm so I could have dialysis anytime soon. Of course, although the protein and creatinine present in my urine are both high, my rheumatologist do not agree to having my blood mechanically-filtered. Instead, he had me have a 6-month administration of DHEA (testosterone booster) on a once every 3 weeks therapy/

I began drinking alkaline water last month and so far, I felt much better. Not every patient with this condition are alike but, in my case, I was more than willing to try other ways of treatment because I'm getting tired of taking too many medicines that aren't exactly kidney-friendly either. As much as I'd hate it, treating myself with alkaline was more worth my time than being subjected to more medicines that counter the bad affects of my immuno-suppressants (Prednisone, CellCept).

In Asia, EDTA-based chelation therapy is another way of treating our types of conditions. But when money becomes a problem somewhere in between, the alkaline water route may just be the ticket for you. It is the acid in what we drink and eat that makes our bodies decline, so I hope this helps.

To help normalize your blood pressure, you must look for light activities at your place where you won't get too emotional or tired. Always find ways to relax yourself. Take leisure walks in shady places or listen to music that aren't too noisy. You can also write about your experiences with the disease in a journal book. That way, no matter what you go through in your medical journey you will know what helped you and not. Good luck!

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Male body builder taking estrogen supplement?

I know its weird, but I'm a male that is very much into lifting and cardio but wants a body like a female body builder. I am personally bi-sexual, but want a body like a female body builder as I think its aestetically more pleasing.

I'm 33 yr old, asian. For the past 8 months, I am on an all soy diet and take estroven, a herbal estrogen supplement. However, I also take creatine. I am trying to create the same testosterone / estrogen balance as a serious female body builder who has estrogen naturally but takes testosterone supplements.

My weight has dropped from about 190 lb to about 167lb now over the past 8 months, but although my measurements have gotten smaller, I think the fat percentage probably has increased. I'm about 5'8".

My measurements used to be 45-36-40, now its 40-30-40. Also, my penis has gotten a little smaller from 5" before to about 4.5" now, both erect measurements. This actually does not bother me too much.

Another weird thing, though my waist is a lot slimmer now, it actually feels a bit flabbier/softer. Also, my butt is a lot flabbier also.

My bench/squat/deadlifts used to be 335/405/405. Now its 225/225/315.

My body hair is not growing back as much or as fast either.

Does anyone know of any better way for a man to get the same testosterone/estrogen balance other than an all-soy diet plus estroven supplements?

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I initially thought this was a silly joke by some troll, but the progression of chain posts reveal a man whose life is utterly breaking down. I would recommend everyone read all this guy's posts before offering one-off advice.

It's very clear this person is suffering a gender identity breakdown caused by rejection by two women and the forced rape and feminization by a guy who should be in prison. To re-cap:

– Got dumped by his blonde ex-wife for another guy.
– Then got dumped by a black girlfriend due to his smaller package.
– Found companionship with a man, who then raped him.
– Claims to be bisexual, but is left sexually unfulfilled during gay sex (penis is neither aroused nor ejaculates).
– Though bisexual with a preference for women, he has willingly become a feminized bottom.
– Is abused by his new male lover, who now wants him to go on female hormones and cut off his nuts.

Either this guy is a troll, or he is suffering serious abuse that is abetted by his own insecurities about being a man. Assuming his story is true, here's the problem the way I see it.

His rejection by his wife and ex-girlfriend for the lack of virility and small penis has left him cuckolded, humiliated, and unsure about his manhood. This has left him psychologically vulnerable (breakups do that) to a predator who has preyed on his insecurities and fear of being alone within one month of that breakup. He has let this man redefine him into being a woman. He submits to gay sex that he doesn't find enjoyable. He has doubts about each step of the feminization process, but goes along because of his insecurities.

Dude, you need to seriously wake up. You have gone into a downward spiral and got involved with this guy way too soon after your breakup. I'm a hetero man, and I don't care if you're bisexual or ultimately gay. But it sounds to me like what is happening to you is nothing like a gay guy who is coming out of a closet.

Your experience sounds a lot like one of those straight young men going into prison and getting forcibly feminized and raped. You need to get out of town and rediscover what you are meant to be without the undue influence of your rapist boyfriend.

Male body builder taking estrogen supplement?

I know its weird, but I'm a male that is very much into lifting and cardio but wants a body like a female body builder. I am personally bi-sexual, but want a body like a female body builder as I think its aestetically more pleasing.

I'm 33 yr old, asian. For the past 8 months, I am on an all soy diet and take estroven, a herbal estrogen supplement. However, I also take creatine. I am trying to create the same testosterone / estrogen balance as a serious female body builder who has estrogen naturally but takes testosterone supplements.

My weight has dropped from about 190 lb to about 167lb now over the past 8 months, but although my measurements have gotten smaller, I think the fat percentage probably has increased. I'm about 5'8".

My measurements used to be 45-36-40, now its 40-30-40. Also, my penis has gotten a little smaller from 5" before to about 4.5" now, both erect measurements. This actually does not bother me too much.

Another weird thing, though my waist is a lot slimmer now, it actually feels a bit flabbier/softer. Also, my butt is a lot flabbier also.

My bench/squat/deadlifts used to be 335/405/405. Now its 225/225/315.

My body hair is not growing back as much or as fast either.

Does anyone know of any better way for a man to get the same testosterone/estrogen balance other than an all-soy diet plus estroven supplements?

Posted by
tuckermatt

I initially thought this was a silly joke by some troll, but the progression of chain posts reveal a man whose life is utterly breaking down. I would recommend everyone read all this guy's posts before offering one-off advice.

It's very clear this person is suffering a gender identity breakdown caused by rejection by two women and the forced rape and feminization by a guy who should be in prison. To re-cap:

– Got dumped by his blonde ex-wife for another guy.
– Then got dumped by a black girlfriend due to his smaller package.
– Found companionship with a man, who then raped him.
– Claims to be bisexual, but is left sexually unfulfilled during gay sex (penis is neither aroused nor ejaculates).
– Though bisexual with a preference for women, he has willingly become a feminized bottom.
– Is abused by his new male lover, who now wants him to go on female hormones and cut off his nuts.

Either this guy is a troll, or he is suffering serious abuse that is abetted by his own insecurities about being a man. Assuming his story is true, here's the problem the way I see it.

His rejection by his wife and ex-girlfriend for the lack of virility and small penis has left him cuckolded, humiliated, and unsure about his manhood. This has left him psychologically vulnerable (breakups do that) to a predator who has preyed on his insecurities and fear of being alone within one month of that breakup. He has let this man redefine him into being a woman. He submits to gay sex that he doesn't find enjoyable. He has doubts about each step of the feminization process, but goes along because of his insecurities.

Dude, you need to seriously wake up. You have gone into a downward spiral and got involved with this guy way too soon after your breakup. I'm a hetero man, and I don't care if you're bisexual or ultimately gay. But it sounds to me like what is happening to you is nothing like a gay guy who is coming out of a closet.

Your experience sounds a lot like one of those straight young men going into prison and getting forcibly feminized and raped. You need to get out of town and rediscover what you are meant to be without the undue influence of your rapist boyfriend.

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Will I be an ectomorph forever?

I am 17 years old and I am 5'11" and weigh 135 pounds. I wan't to become a mesomorph like my younger brother who is 1 year younger than me. I don't get how he looks naturally bigger than me and muscular, but I am skinnier than him. When me and him work out at the same time, he gets stronger and muscular than me. And when me and him stop working out I lose my muscles easily and his muscle stays the same. Can someone please help me out? I take a protein powder called "serious mass" by optimum nutrition) and my brother doesn't take anything. What should I do to become a mesomorph naturally???

Posted by Moe4you12
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Your soma (body) type is not something you cannot change and your protein supplement is a waste of money as long as you have good food to eat.

Don't ever compare yourself with others because there will always be bigger and better and smaller and worse so to do so is a waste of time. Compare yourself with yourself. Be all YOU can be. And, the way to get there is to study….books not the internet. The internet is full of junk info. For example, bodybuilding.com is a scam-site for the purposes of selling supplements and is full of bad information. Check out this list of over 60 dangerous supplement products sold with bogus advertising claims which scam-site bodybuilding.com was forced to recall and take off the market –> Http://www.usrecallnews.com/2009/11/body… . More here –> Http://www.fda.gov/Safety/MedWatch/Safet…

Your body has no choice but to follow your brain so if you want to train for strength, learn how to do it right by feeding your brain a diet of top quality information. Here's what I recommend.

1. Watch all of Scooby's 180+ videos here –> Http://www.youtube.com/user/scooby1961#g… . (Scooby is a little too "old school" and is not up with the latest science so he's not 100% correct. He promotes some myths such as 1 gram of protein per pound of body weight per day which is just wrong. He promotes the use of some supplemnts against the NIH warnings and recommends caffeine which without sufficient cautions, etc. However, he's the best I've been able to find…and I looked at 100s of websites.)

2. Next, read everything here so you can learn a little anatomy and kinesiology as well as how to perform exercise in good form –> Http://www.exrx.net/

3. Finally, buy this book and study it (you can skip over the heavy science stuff) –> Http://www.bodybyscience.net/home.html/?…

You will never be other than an ectomorph or ecto/meso combination (whatever you are). However, you will get your "man bones" at about age 25. That's when your blood testosterone will peak and you'll have the greatest potential for muscular growth. We begin losing our muscle slowly (sarcopenia) at about age 30. So, you still have plenty of room to grow.

I can't stress the importance of good information enough. Most of the young males I've seen in this forum believe the many bodybuilding myths because they get their information from the internet. And, the fact you think a supplement is going to help you when you haven't even got your "man bones" worries me. For the truth about supplements, read the answers below.

Read my answer about protein supplements here –> Http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;…

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Remember, the more well trained you become, the less you should train and the more recovery time you will need. Over training is the most common mistake people make in strength training.

Good luck and good health!!

How to get muscle for a 13 year old boy?

I'm 13 133 pounds 5 Foot 6 male and i want to get muscle on my chest and stomach my thighs and legs are really strong but everything else is flab lol please help.

Posted by
tuckermatt

You're getting a mixed bunch of answers, huh? Here's the real deal.

You're going to be limited in your potential for building muscle because of your age and your limited level of testosterone (the muscle building hormone). You won't have you lifetime max of testosterone until you're in your twenties. This is a perfect time for you to start to learning the basics of kinesiology, anatomy, physiology, nutrition, etc. So you can become your own personal trainer and caretaker of your well being for life. And, everything you need to know is available on the internet for free. Just be sure to avoid people trying to sell you things, cool looking websites with lots of advertising, and supplements.

A good way to get started learning how to be all you can be is to watch all of Scooby's 175+ videos. You can find Scooby here —> Http://www.youtube.com/user/scooby1961#g… on YouTube.

Scooby is the best trainer I've found in the internet. He'll show you how to build your body from working out to diet and food tips without shoving a lot of advertising in your face and trying to steer you into junk supplements you don't need. He's been there, done that and has the body to prove it. He offers good information though he does have a few points wrong such as how much protein you need, what cardio is for, how much water you should consume, etc. Nonetheless, you can't beat his price (free) and he's constantly adding new videos. Be sure to watch all 165+ videos to get a good basic eduction in how to build muscle and stay cut.

Also, be sure to read everything on this website –> Http://www.exrx.net/Exercise.html . It has videos showing the proper form for scores of exercises and tons of good information. It too is not perfect because it's provided free by someone who is donating his information to the public for philanthropic reasons. Nonetheless, combined with Scooby's videos and website, you wil learn a lot about bodybuilding, fitness training, kinesiology, etc.

Here's another good website for you. Nemours knows what teenagers want to know and they provide answers from top professionals. This is an excellent website you can trust so be sure to bookmark it and use it. It's been recommended by the US National Institute of Health and has tons of information about your growing and changing body. –> Http://teenshealth.org/teen/

You'll find a lot of websites dedicated to bodyweight exercises if you just Google "bodyweight exercises". They can help supplement your weight routines until you get more weight.

Also, be sure to use the links below, start digging for the information you need, always be a critical thinker and a skeptic, cross check all references, and take what you learn to the gym whether at home or the Y or some commercial fitness center to put what you've learned to the test. Keep good records of your biometrics so you'll have a history you can refer to for progress monitoring.

Don't worry about stunting your growth. That's myth. And, above all else, do NOT get involved with supplements. All the supplements for bodybuilding are scams and ripoffs. If you're interested see my answers at the following links….

Http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;…

Http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;…

If you have questions, feel free to message my Yahoo account.

Good luck and good health!!

PS: Here are some good websites you may find useful.
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Low Testosterone Brain Tumor

Questions and Answers

I have low testosterone levels what can I do to boost them?

My testosterone level is just high enough that the doctor won't prescribe anything but they are on the far low end range, what can I do to increase my testosterone? Do these suppliments like Vitrix work in place of doctors therapy?

Posted by Jamie
tuckermatt

I would trust the doctor's therapy much more that I would over the counter crap claiming miracles. Please read the following article to see if any of the items listed apply to you. If they do – then lifestyle changes could help your situation.

What are my options?

Definite DON'Ts

Alcohol

Alcohol kills reproductive cells and decreases sperm viability. It also disrupts the link between the brain and the penis. Excessive use of alcohol inhibits the creation of the male sex hormone, androgen.

Smoking

Nicotine reduces arterial pressure and as a result, prevents blood circulation to the penis. In addition, toxic substances from smoking are detrimental for sperm maturation.

Marijuana

Sharply reduces the level of male sexual hormones, disrupts chromosomes and promotes undesired genetic changes.

Anabolic Steroids

Anabolic steroids bear a close resemblance to testosterone and as a result, the body stops its natural production causing impotence to occur.

High Cholesterol

Too much cholesterol blocks the vessels providing blood to the penis and thereby reduces the blood flow necessary to maintain an erection.

Overweight

Being overweight can disrupt your hormone balance and, as a result, the production of hormones necessary for achieving erection can become insufficient.

Chemical drugs

Studies show that out of two hundred most used medicines; as many as sixteen are likely to cause impotence. Among the most risky are drugs used for the treatment of high blood pressure, depression, insomnia, ulcers, tumors, plus a couple of medications used to combat allergy.

What should a normal testosterone level be? For my age?

I am 23 and my T level is 473 is that normal for me?im 5'10 weighing 175 and I also only have one testicle. .

Posted by Adam
tuckermatt

Your level is in the normal range and it is not at a level that they would consider giving you testosterone supplementation.

If you level was in the low 400's then they might start to consider it, if it was in the 300's then they would start to talk about supplementation.

I have a brain tumor and don't produce any testosterone. I'm on testosterone shots and I have to keep my level between 500 – 550. So 473 for a natural level is excellent as testosterone goes up and down throughout the day.

For the most accurate test of testosterone you have to have the blood drawn before 9am, after 9am testosterone starts to fall through the day. Also for an accurate test you can't do any sports the day before as that all affects testosterone levels.

But again at 473 there really isn't a need for another test as it is very normal.

Is my Testosterone level low?

I'm 34 and in pretty decent shape. Just had a blood test and my T: Level came back at 323. Is that considered low? Are there safe ways to increase it?

Posted by Karl
tuckermatt

323 is a little on the low side but there are many things that affect the score. What time of day did you have your blood drawn? Did you exercise hard the day before you had the test. Do you have any other medical conditions? What made you decide to have your testosterone checked?

I'm on testosterone shots since I have a brain tumor and don't make any testosterone and I just turned 44. I've had the brain tumor for 10 years and have learned a lot about regulating my testosterone. Generally I try to stay between 500 – 550. But when I have the test I have to not have exercised hard the day before and I have to have the blood drawn before 9am.

If you had the blood drawn later in the afternoon then it is normal that your testosterone levels are lower. Before you get too nervous you should have a total of 3 blood tests to see what the levels are. If they stay on the low side then you want to go see an endocrinologist to talk about the levels and if you need to supplement.

If you do decide to supplement then look at doing the gels and creams first, if those don't work do the patches and going on the shot is always the last choice. Once you go on the shot you will be on it for life.

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Testosterone Effects on Blood Pressure

Questions and Answers

Why do boys have a higher blood pressure?

It has to do w/ a science fair experiment and i need this answer for the analysis part.

Posted by Jason
tuckermatt

Males have higher blood pressure than females for known and unknown reasons. One researched reason is that testosterone in men tends to elevate blood pressure while estrogen in women lowers blood pressure. An experiment with rats revealed that females treated with testosterone raised blood pressure and males treated with estrogen lowered blood pressure. Although complicated, the general reason is that testosterone contributes to the activation of the renin angiotensin system in the body that raises blood pressure. Since testosterone is higher in men, men have higher blood pressure.

Genetics has also been found to contribute to blood pressure differences in men and women. Trait linkage analysis in 1044 pairs of siblings supported the role of the ACE locus in influencing blood pressure in men but not in women. DNA polymorphisms in gender differences contribute to the genes males and females inherit when they are conceived and develop as they mature. Basically, the study showed that boys and girls inherit similar alleles from their Mom and Dad, but the boys received alleles that contribute to higher blood pressure as they develop.

Since males have higher blood pressure than females, they are at a higher risk for cardiovascular disease, sleep disorders, and other kidney problems.

Testosterone injection side effects?

Im enlisting in the marine corps in march. Ive used test before, but i was wondering now that i am going to be checked at MEPS what they can find. All im going to be using is testosterone enanthate. I was wondering, will my blood pressure be elevated? When will it go back down? And if they check testosterone levels specifically. Also, if they do, how long until my levels are back down to normal? Thanks and dont talk shit just answer me.

Posted by
tuckermatt

I have taken testosterone cyp by prescription for a couple of decades. The effect on your blood pressure is there, but minimal unless you are heavy dosing. Heavy dosing will cause a surge in your red blood cells along with blood pressure increase, edema, and so on. I don't know how much you are planning to take, and hopefully it is by Dr. Prescription. However, you need to know if you take too much you are going to have problems worse than getting caught with it in your system. It will aromatize to estrogen and you'll get boobs and that is not a joke. Not talking smack here.. That is the truth so be sure of what you are doing. If they check your T levels and they are high, it will be suspicious, but the thing is they don't need T levels to know you are juicing. The synthetic testosterone is very visible in tests even if it is low cycle and you haven't pumped up your T level too much. If you want to do it and not have it show on tests, you need to go to a compounding pharmacy and get bioidentical T. But if you don't have a script of course that won't happen.

High testosterone, and large testicles… Side effects?

I have what the women I date call “large” testicles. About two years ago, I saw a doctor and he had my testosterone levels tested. I have very high testosterone. He prescribed something to lower it to a more normal level, but the medication made me sick.

If you must know the rest of my “tackle” is average. Also I do not have children. I do not like children all that much.

1. I am very tall, and strong.
2. I have a very deep voice.
3. I am 43, but everyone thinks I am in my early 30’s.
4. My girlfriend says I sweat out pheromones that make her crazy (in a good way).
5. High sex drive.
6. Mood swings, and aggressiveness (Not violent).
7. Abnormally fast hair growth (everyplace).
8. Crazy swings in weight.
9. Top number on my blood pressure is always high, but bottom number is normal.
10. Ringing in the ears.
11. Huge appetite.
12. I frequently injure myself in the testicles (during sports) because they are in the way.

Do you have these problems? What others? What did you do? Natural cures are good!

Due to my crappy insurance I can not see a doctor until January.

Posted by Plugh
tuckermatt

I have the same problem. I do not know if I have high testosterone.

True I look very young for my age. I think that is because I have no children.

I do not have any negative effects. I do not have ringing in the ears. Did you not say in another question you are in the military? Maybe that is why you have ringing in the ears.

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Low Testosterone Blood Pressure Problems

Questions and Answers

20 year-old male. Testosterone low?

I am a 20 year-old male in good health; soldier in the US Army, exercise daily, eat right, quit smoking (cigarettes) recently after just two years. I recently had my testosterone levels checked, and the doctor said my 365 ng/dL level was "perfectly normal". From what I've been able to gather from multiple sources across the internet, 365 is JUST above the minimum number considered normal, and that most men my age have an average of 600 ng/dL. So, how are my numbers? I definitely feel like they're low.

Anyone have any input on this? Thanks.
My main cause of concern to get my levels checked was a decrease in the strength of my erections, as well as gaining fat MUCH too easily. I'm very well-versed when it comes to health, fitness, and nutrition. So I know I'm doing things correctly. My libido seems to have diminished over the past year or so, as well.

Posted by ARNG2009
tuckermatt

ARNG2009: You don't have a low testosterone, and your 600 ng/dl is not a factual number. We are all different, and your numbers are in the higher range of what doctors consider to be a good range. I have been on supplemental testosterone for years because of loss of testicles from an accident.What is the purpose that you feel they are low? Lack of pubic, body, chest, beard hair? Size of penis and testicles? Or libido? Knowing would help!. Testosterone has very serious side effects other wise, such as cancer, i can attest too, high blood pressure, darkening of skin, weight gain, thyroid problems, acne, liver cancer, testicular cancer, and many other bad things. Good Luck Son, Steve You can reply and maybe i can be of further help,

Erection Problems?

Sorry, I'm kind of all over the place with this question, but I just really want some help.

I recently started getting physical with my girlfriend, only to be disappointed by some erection difficulties. My penis will rarely get hard and when it does, it quickly goes back to its flaccid state. I bought some Viagra only to find that as soon as my girlfriend goes to give me head, it goes soft again.
I really don't feel much sensation anymore. Is it possible that excessive masturbation might've made my penis less sensitive. I've cut down to 1 or 2 times a week for about 4 months and it hasn't helped to heighten sensation.
I also noticed that when I'm with my girlfriend I produce an awful lot of pre-cum. Could this excessive amount of pre-cum be the reason why I can't stay erect? I'm 19 years old for goodness sake. What is wrong with me?

Posted by Scott
tuckermatt

An erection requires the interaction of your brain, nerves, hormones, and blood vessels. Anything that interferes with the normal process can be a problem. Common causes include:

Diseases and conditions — such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart or thyroid conditions, poor circulation, low testosterone, depression, spinal cord injury, nerve damage (for example, from prostate surgery), or neurologic disorders (like multiple sclerosis or Parkinson's disease)
Certain medications — such as blood pressure medication (especially beta-blockers), heart medication (such as digoxin), some peptic ulcer medications, sleeping pills, and antidepressants
Nicotine, alcohol, or cocaine use
Stress, fear, anxiety, or anger
Unrealistic sexual expectations, which make sex a task rather than a pleasure.
Poor communication with your partner
A "vicious circle" of doubt, failure, or negative communication that reinforces the erection problems
Erection problems tend to become more common as you age, but it can affect men at any age and at any time in their lives. Physical causes are more common in older men, while psychological causes are more common in younger men.

Call your doctor if:
Self-care measures do not resolve the problem and you continue having difficulty with erections.
You suspect that a medication is causing the problem.
The problems begin after an injury or prostate or related surgery.
You have other symptoms like low back pain, abdominal pain, or change in urination.

The treatment depends on the cause. For example, if the problem is caused by a hormonal imbalance, medication to treat the underlying endocrine disorder will be prescribed. Consult your health care provider for appropriate evaluation and management.

There are many treatment options today. These include medication, injections into the penis, vacuum devices, and surgery including penis implants. In order to treat erectile dysfunction effectively, you must be aware of and comfortable with the possible side-effects and complications that may occur with each therapy.

Sildenafil (Viagra) is an oral medication for mild to moderate erection difficulties of either physical or psychological origin. Sexual stimulation (visual, verbal, or tactile) is usually required to initiate an erection. Although sildenafil has become extremely popular, it is not a "cure-all," it is not an aphrodiasiac (that is, it does not enhance sexual desire) nor does it enahnce erections if you are not impotent, and it DOES have side effects. DO NOT order it online or otherwise use this medication without having seen a doctor in person. Sildenafil should not be used at the same time as certain other medications.
If oral medication does not work, various patches or injectable medications (injected into the penis directly with a needle) are available. Testosterone may be prescribed by either skin patch or injection, especially if the problem is related to age. Alprostadil, injected at the penis or inserted as pellets, improves blood flow like sildenafil, but less is absorbed into the blood stream. Therefore, it may have fewer side effects.
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Blood pressure and testosterone's in teens?

What is relation of blood pressure and testosterone's in teens , my elders brothers facial hairs grew up when he was about 14 years, and now he is about 21 years and since 1 week his blood pressures is high 130/100 . Is the cause high testosterone level? Or any thing
thanks.

Posted by Yasir
tuckermatt

Testosterone has little relation with blood pressure. Excessive hair if it is due to certain adrenal hormones, can be associated with high blood pressure.

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Normal Testosterone Levels for Males Over 60

Questions and Answers

Is my testosterone levels good or bad?

T-testosterone is 21.02
Sex hormone bind:globulin 32.9
Free testosterone 456.8
FSH 1.6
LH 4.2.

Posted by redfox
tuckermatt

Your T-Testosterone is good for males 25-34 and 44-54, a little low by about 2 points for a man between 34 and 44, and would be high for men +54. The sex hormone bind for men is typically between 20-60. It is generally accepted that men with below 300 free testosterone would be low. Normal FSH levels (which make sure sex organs are functioning properly) range from 5-30 in men, which yours could be low due to a variety of reasons (exercise, stress, smoking and other reasons). Your LH is typically 1.8-8.6 in males +18 years old.

All of this should still be reviewed with your doctor.

What is the normal range of testosterone?

I'm 16 and my testosterone levels are:
TESTOSTERONE, FREE: 8.3pg/mL
% FREE TESTOSTERONE: 1.3%
TESTOSTERONE(TOTAL), SERUM: 64.0ng/dL
SEX HORMONE BINDING GLOBULIN: 30.0nmol/L

Are they normal levels, and if not, what is the normal range? I'm 16 years old and I have a problem making testosterone so I WILL NOT make more!

Posted by why do you care?
tuckermatt

Your free testosterone is not too bad but maybe should be a little higher for age 16. However, your total testosterone is very low. Your total T. Should probably be around 500ng/dl to 600 ng/dl.

Here are the ranges for men 20 y/o to 60 y/o and the percentage for 20-29 y/o.

* 20-29 years 9.3-26.5 picogram/mL
* 30-39 years 8.7-25.1 picogram/mL
* 40-49 years 6.8-21.5 picogram/mL
* 50-59 years 7.2-24.0 picogram/mL
* 60+ years 6.6-18.1 picogram/mL

Percentage for 20-29 y/o, Adult Male )= 1.0-2.7%

Different labs will have different ranges but Standard reference ranges for total testosterone are between 241-827 ng/dl for most laboratories.

Is high testosterone levels in women dangerous…are there symptoms associated with it…?

I have a high testosterone level of 1 1/2 times the normal for a 27 year old girl, I have Hidratenitis Superrateva and was told last week that my doctor thinks I have polysystic ovary syndrome. I am overweight but have lost 60 pounds and still going…I have always been an anxious person but had a BIG panic attack this month that landed me in the ER and now the last few weeks I am having multiple smaller ones a day and never had this problem before. Tests that I had done this month were: EKG, chest xray, blood work to check for clots in arteries (or something like that), more blood work that check testosterone, glucose, CBC and some others that I don't remember and a 24 holter monitor…ALL normal except the testosterone level. My question is…can any of the things that I have listed above cause anxiety and panic attacks??? Can high testosterone in women cause faster heart rates (mine is always 93-100 while resting). Could it be a hormonal deficiency?? They never checked for neurotransmitter or other hormone levels except the testosterone. Symptoms are…sudden panic and anxiety within a month, followed by daily headaches, daily fatigue, head and eye pressure, muscle spasms, slight depression now because I am frustrated and want to feel normal again, spotting when I don't have my period, heart rate takes a few minutes to beat normally when I wake up, hot flashes, shaky feeling on the inside of body, stomach ache/constant butterflies even when relaxed, been constipated for a long time, excess in saliva with a metal taste in mouth for the last 2 days…was given xanex but most days I am still shaky and panicky even when on xanex which makes me think something could be going on. Any advice on what other tests I should have or what it could be….PLEASE!! I have a 2 year old and I need to get better!!!

Posted by brazilchick
tuckermatt

Elevated testosterone tends to cause oily skin, acne, hirsuitism (male pattern hairiness) and male pattern baldness. So nothing liek the symptoms you describe. And 150% of normal is not that high. If it is PCOS (there are other causes of elevated testosterone, but perhaps PCOS is most likely), then this does have some braoder health implications (obesity, blood pressure and cardiac issues, fertility issues) that are more related to low progesterone and elevated insulin.

The symptoms you mention are calssic anxiety disorder symptoms, and not related to either PCOS or HS.

For the PCOS, you should get other hormone levels measured: estrogen, progesterone, fsh, lh, and insulin resistance (through an IGTT – a glucose tolerance test with insulin measures).

For the anxiety disorder, you need to see a psychiatrist. Womens health is my specialism, not psychiatry.

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Pituitary Tumor and Low Testosterone

Questions and Answers

Is my testosterone normal for my age?

I am 20 years old man and my Testosterone, Serum is 428 ng/dl limits are 249 – 836.I also have a pituitary tumor.

Posted by Screwed Up
tuckermatt

If you have a pituitary tumor, this would interfere with the production of hormones, and this interference may cause either an excess, or a low level of testosterone. One way to determine your testosterone level is to take a five-minute testosterone quiz, you get the results right away after answering all the questions.

Low testosterone levels usually mean something bad?

My 38-year old brother had a checkup a few weeks ago and routine bloodwork showed his testosterone levels were a little low, but nothing to worry about. He went back for something else two weeks later and asked to have the testosterone test repeated, but the second test showed that the levels had dropped very dramatically in only two weeks. So dramatically that they went ahead and scheduled an MRI to check for a tumor in the pituitary gland–and didn't bother to call and tell him first that this needed to be done! So my question is: does this kind of very low testosterone always or usually mean that kind of tumor? Are there other causes and what might they be? My brother is not answering questions and I have already lost two siblings–one to cancer and one to diabetes. I want to know stuff now. They are already waiting on breast lump biopsy results for his wife!
Thank you Duffie and Feliciter (sp.?). That's a relief that most of the time it's not too serious. We just don't need more to deal with, you know?

Posted by good2balive
tuckermatt

Low testosterone in association with low FSH and LH levels in a young man could indicate insufficient production of FSH and LH from the pituitary gland (FSH and LH are hormones which cause testosterone production in the testes), possibly due to a pituitary tumour (which is benign and small in 95% of cases, and can be removed by surgery in most patients). If the FSH and LH levels are high the problem is probably in the testes, so your brother most likely had low FSH and LH.

I hope things go OK with him.

Low testosterone without pituitary tumor?

My 39 year old husband has been diagnosed with low T. The doctor has ruled out hypogonadism and his MRI for pituitary tumors was negative. What else can cause low T?

Posted by morgana24
tuckermatt

Simple, he has defective genitals not able to produce much testosterone x.

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Physical Signs of Low Testosterone

Questions and Answers

Does low testosterone cause low sperm count?

Read this previous question:
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and you read:
Physical Symptoms Related to Low Testosterone
Signs of low testosterone in men may include decreased sex drive, poor erections by the penis [erectile dysfunction (ED)], >>> lowered sperm count and reduced fertility <<<, or increased breast size.

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I was low on T and was put on Depo T injections. Now I'm told I am infertile.
Low T causes reduced infertility?
And
High T causes reduced infertility?

???
Well, 2001-2003 the endocrinologist was giving me 600-700 mg every 2-3 weeks, then he left the country and then my regular doctor took over the role and has been giving me 400mg every 2-3 weeks. However last month the day before a shot (2+ weeks since a shot) my total T level was 56, when normal is 280-800. So, when my urologist says my Depo T therapy has caused infertility…..and then another doctor said "stop the Depo T" for 6 months and test again, they seem to contradict each other. If I stop the shots my T level will head to zero. If it is 56 (2.9) weeks after a shot, no telling what it will be if I go without depo for 6 months as advised.
None of these doctors ever said the risk of low T is fertility problems. Now the urologist says the Depo has caused the problem.
GARY….can you edit your answer based on added details?

Posted by lyong222
tuckermatt

High T shouldn't cause infertility. Odds are whatever the problem is that is causing you to not be producing enough testosterone has also progressed to the point of causing you not to produce enough sperm to be classified as fertile. Testosterone production isn't the cause of the problem, it is the result of some other issue. So is your infertility. Replacing T will not repair whatever else is malfunctioning, it will only help maintain your male hormone balance.

Testosterone levels low?

Well this is weird. I had a physical and blood work done. My doctor felt the need to test my testosterone levels from looking me over. Whatever. I don't know why but she tested for prolactin as well.

My total testosterone is 302
And prolactin was at 5.2

apparently these numbers are low? The only msg I got from my doc was that she would like to send me to a specialist for further testing. Now I am wondering what is going on? Why are my numbers low? I've had a physical maybe 4 years ago and there was no mention of this except for high cholesterol.

Now what?
I made a mistake guys, sorry. I looked at the ppw wrong.

Prolactin = 11.8 NG/ML

Well she was astonished about how little body hair I have. During the genital exam she noted how I didn't have a ton of pubic hair and she inspected other things down there for a while but did not say a word about what she was thinking. She just typed away and said, "we're going to do a testosterone and prolactin test…" so i got worried.

I am 31.

Ugh, very odd…

Posted by Raven777
tuckermatt

Darn! You made me get out my blood handbook! I didn't know the numbers off hand. How old are you? If you don't mind describing your traits in the term of puberty (ie. Pubic hair, facial hair, body hair, height) If you are >18 and don't show signs of puberty it would probably raise some alarms for her. As for the numbers:
302 ng/mL of testosterone is on the low side of healthy for male that is in or done with puberty, but not it's not low enough to raise alarms.
In the normal adult male, prolactin's normal limit is around 2ug/dl, way less than yours. This should raise an alarm, and it must have. Having a high prolactin level makes your testosterone level dropped significantly as prolactin disables testosterone from functioning. But, this is the tricky part, prolactin skyrockets after you orgasm as part of the response that makes you satisfied with sex. Your astronomical prolactin level may have been caused by having an orgasm before you were sampled, which would make your active testosterone level drop. Your specialist will tell you what's up.

What are signs of high/low testosterone?

Most of the ones I found are very general. Like aggressive or risk seeking.
Can someone please go into detail?

Posted by fists of fury
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First, lots of symptoms of low or high testosterone mirror other hormonal deficiencies or excesses in the body. It's hard to sort out, & even clinical studies evaluating high or low testosterone yield conflicting results.

Starting with the physical characteristics:
High Testosterone
–hirsuitism (hairiness)- occurs for some men (most specifically, those with high DHT- a chemical relative of testosterone)
–facial hair
–muscularity
–higher threshold for pain
–stronger
–high endurance & general energy (tends to accompany higher red blood cell count)
–less body fat (or male pattern body fat storage- "apple" shaped)
–high sex drive
–frequent erections; ease of erections
–increased appetite
–increased metabolic rate (generally)
–faster reaction time & visual spatial perception

Low testosterone
–ease of fatigue; decreased endurance (sometimes linked to anemia)
–loss of muscularity
–loss of bone density
–fat accumulation, especially in a female pattern storage if testosterone is extremely low- "pear" shaped
–erectile dysfunction
–loss or slowed growth of body hair & facial hair
–decreased pain tolerance

psychological
These are more controversial. Studies are beginning to focus more on the role of estrogen in males. Consequently, scientists have realized that it's hard to tell which hormone causes which behavior (since testosterone can & does convert to estrogen)

Higher T:
greater drive & motivation
Tendency to be impulsive or risk taking
*aggression
euthymia (good mood)
mental sharpness

Lower T:
Irritability
*aggression
mental dullness; cognitive difficulties; memory problems
depression
calmness (reported by some who are content with low T)
emotional lability
anxiousness; fearfulness

Some aspects of drunken behavior resemble what people think of as "testosterone excess", but often alcohol consumption slows the removal of estrogen, indicating that it may be estrogen's activity (in combination with other factors) that can influence aggressive "drunken" behavior.

There have been questionable studies exploring testosterone's relationship to criminal activity, wherein crime is linked to "high" testosterone (when it is really in the middle of the reference range). This is complicated because testosterone fluctuates significantly from moment to moment. Also, risk seeking & competitive activities increase testosterone for men, so the question becomes: did a person engage in an activity because of his testosterone level or to increase it? That's a bit simplistic, but you get the idea.

Each hormone interacts with other hormones & with neurotransmitters, so it's difficult to parse what causes what. It's more likely that the overall neuroendocrine profile & genetics influence how a hormone affects a person.

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High Blood Pressure Testosterone Injections

Questions and Answers

Are there any known side effects with T (testosterone) injections?

I know that Estrogen for transwomen can cause cancer. Does T have risks, too?

Posted by Me
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T can also cause cancer, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and heart problems.

With injections the hormone levels fluctuate greatly causing a lot of personality changes from one day to the next.

STEROID DECA? How long till it takes effect after injection?

Ok, so im starting down a gym soon and im thinking would it be smart to do it before going into gym, night before or what? When will i feel the effect of Deca – 300ml a week?

Posted by Luke
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Are you SURE that's what you want? Read the following article.

Description

This is an injectable steroid that is a derivative of 19-nortestosterone. Deca is a low androgenic steroid, with high anabolic properties. Deca will aromatize in high dosages, but not at the rate of testosterone’s or other high androgenic compounds. Deca has shown up positive on more steroid tests than any other steroid. This is due to the fact that it stays in the system at a detectable level for up to a year. The drug itself is effective for about two weeks. People have been known to test positive up to 1 1/2 years after the last shot.

Side Effects

Typically, you can expect a little minor acne, higher blood pressure which causes a longer time period for blood to clot, headaches, and increased libido. Any of the following are also possible though: nausea, leukopenia, symptoms resembling a peptic ulcer, acne, edema (water retention), excitation (commonly referred to as roid rage), sleeplessness, chills, vomiting, diarrhea, hypertension, prolonged blood clotting time, increase in libido. Females had reported: menstrul irregularities, post-menopausal bleeding, swelling of the breasts, hoarseness or deepening of the voice, enlargement of the clitoris, and water retention. Men had reported: cases of impotence, chronic priapism, epididymitis, inhibition of testicular function, oligospermia, and bladder irritability.

Low Testosterone Level & Hardness?

Ok i just want to know if someone's Testosterone levels is low will it effect erection

i have low testosterone level and i had low erection i used Proviron for 3 months 2 tablets daily well my erection approved but still i dont see much hardness and toughness in my penis

and i have all other blood test but i dont think what is the reason ok if i use some medicine wil it make my penis hard like steel for some times.

Posted by Salman
tuckermatt

Yes. Low testosterone levels can have an impact. However, there are other factors that will come into play as well. Your mental state, resulting from the situation, circumstance and how you feel about that, the form of stimulation, your blood pressure, your energy level, and other factors will have an impact.

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Can Androgel Cause High Blood Pressure

Questions and Answers

Which of these is BEST at increasing testosterone (libido)?

L argentine

L Tyrosine

Gingko Bilbao

Ginseng

Zinc

Selenium

Keep in mind the objective is only to increase desire. I've also heard some of these are effective in increasing sperm mobility, etc, and that is something that I'm not interested in. I'm trying not to get pregnant. Lol I need something to for my husband to increase his desire.
He's 33, and not taking any medications. He has gained some weight (maybe ten pounds) around the belly in the last year or so.
I am 21….lol.

Posted by BlackDahlia
tuckermatt

First, from what you wrote, is this a 'libido' or an ED problem? Libido and ED do not always go hand in hand. That is, an ED problem MAY cause loss of libido, but a loss of libido does not always mean ED (erectile dysfunction).

A low testosterone level does not always necessarily mean low libido. That occurs due to many conditions, issues, and so forth. Some are psychological and some are physical.

Has your husband been to a doctor for a blood test?

As for your list, NONE of them increases libido. High doses of selenium are toxic, as is zinc.

Your husband NEEDS to consult a doctor and have his blood testosterone levels checked. No doubt he should also be checked for an enlarged prostate and have a PSA test for prostatic cancer.

Start with a good urologist. If your husband does, in fact, have low testosterone levels, he is at risk for other problems as well (cardiac, etc). They will do a blood test and see what his levels are. If, according to his age, etc his levels are considered LOW, there are several options:

1) testosterone injections. These can be done at the doctor's office periodically or he can get the prescription to self-inject.

2) Androgel is a colorless, fairly odorless ointment (it looks just like the hand sanitizer stuff you see) that he would rub onto his abdomen, and upper arms and shoulders once a day.

3) There is a testosterone patch the he can wear like a nicotine patch.

Each works fine. Then in a few weeks or three months, he'll get his blood checked again and the dosage can be adjusted if needed.

Don't pursue this 'self diagnostic' thing. At best the stuff above will do nothing and at worse, he'll delay getting real help.

You also need to examine stress and other psychological factors regarding his libido.

L argenine is an amino acid…and some studies show that it helps with erectile dysfunction…

Arginine is a precursor of nitric oxide, which causes blood vessel relaxation (vasodilation). Preliminary evidence suggests that arginine may be useful in the treatment of medical conditions that are improved by vasodilation, such as angina, atherosclerosis, coronary artery disease, erectile dysfunction, heart failure, intermittent claudication/peripheral vascular disease, and vascular headache. Arginine also stimulates protein synthesis and has been studied for wound healing, bodybuilding, enhancement of sperm production (spermatogenesis), and prevention of wasting in people with critical illness.

Note : Arginine vasopressin is different from arginine/L-arginine, with an entirely different mechanism. NG-monomethyl-L-arginine is different from arginine/L-arginine, and functions as an inhibitor of nitric oxide synthesis. For it to have any effect on ED you have to take literally GRAMS of it a day to have any effect.

And one of the 'side' effects of way too much argenine would be that it allows cold sore (herpes virus, oral) to be more active.

Most people likely do not need to take arginine supplements because the body usually makes sufficient amounts.

You also did not mention if your husband is currently taking any other medications, like high blood pressure meds, or anti-depressants. Diabetes also drastically affects erectile function and one of the early signs of diabetes IS ED.

So your husband may be 50 or he may be 25 – you did not say, so we will have to guess. A 25 or 30 yr old male CAN suffer from low testosterone, ESPECIALLY if he carries a lot of weight around the belly area. BELLY fat retains testosterone and a significant amount can cause these problems.

If he's 50 then he's in the same boat with hundreds of thousands of other men – and still needs to consult a urologist.

If he as an AVID bicycle rider, he's no doubt caused prostate problems by the bicycle seat pressing underneath the prostate. It can cause that 'numb nuts' feeling. It can damage the nerves that feed the prostate and penis.

But please don't think that you can 'fix' this by a couple of food supplements. So you have a lot of research to do, both YOU and HIM regarding his problem.

Good Luck.

My father died, trying to find the cause. Could testosterone supplement cause heart attack?

My father was 67 and died on March 6th from a heart attack in his sleep. It was quite the surprise to everyone because he never had a heart attack before and seemed like he didn't have any health complications except a bad knee. The autopsy said that he had an enlarged left side of the heart and had a massive heart attack. My father had been complaining about shortness of breath and low energy to his doctor. His doctor put him on androgel (testosterone) a couple months ago. According to my mother his sex drive went off the charts like a 21 year old. He had only been taking it a few months and then he died in his sleep from a heart attack. We don't think the doctor checked up on him and we are trying to figure out if that could have killed him? Please only respond if you know about this rather then guessing. This is a very important issue in our life. Thank you.

Posted by F
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Here is my armchair non-professional medical opinion (although I do have experience as a non-medical gerontologist):

Shortness of breath and tiredness are common symptoms of heart disease and incipient heart failure. Your doctor gave him testosterone thinking it would help his energy level. It did, at least until he died.

The issue here is, why wasn't your father's heart disease diagnosed and treated properly? There are a number of possible types of heart disease he had, including things called cardiomyopathy, high blood pressure, and COPD. Here's a brief article on the topic of enlarged hearts. Read around the website to learn more: Http://www.americanheart.org/presenter.j…

I'm sorry your dad passed, but I want you to know that it is not unusual for people to die of sudden heart attacks, and when most people die, it is a surprise to those around them (it's not like we choose the time and date).

I'm curious about why this is an important issue. You either need to mourn your father's death, or you need to find a medical malpractice lawyer. If you think your father was the victim of malpractice and you want to do something about it, then find an attorney.

Do you know why I am having ED difficulties?

I am a man in my early 20's. I am relatively inexperienced sexually because all of my previous partners have been one time experiences. Those experiences were never very good but I had always put the excuse off on the fact that it was just bad sex. However, recently I established a consistent sexual relationship.

During foreplay I have no difficulties maintaining an erection, but after about 10 minutes of sex I will lose the erection. This is without having orgasmed. In fact I have never orgasmed by the work of another person. However, I have masturbated to orgasm with another person. I am positive that it is not a mental issue that I am facing. I feel great about the person and I have never had any issues with confidence up until this point.

I am a relatively healthy person and in pretty good shape. My fear is that this issue stems from excessive masturbation and that I cannot replicate the quality of the feeling during regular sex.

Please, I need to get to the root.

Posted by Peter L
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It sounds like you have a tough problem on our plate. If you're certain that subconsciously you do not prefer masturbation over vaginal sex, i suggest you go to visit your family doctor or a urologist. Many factors can contribute to loss of an erection and the inability to orgasm inside a woman. Diabetes, high blood pressure, and depression are jsut a few. I aslo think you're dealing with performance anxiety. By this i mean, you're worrying that you'll lose the erection and won't be able to finish the act. This happens to many men who suffer with the various forms of ED.
There are drugs (viagra, cialis, and levitra) that aid in the maintenance of an erection, plus, devices such as a penis pump which creates a FIRM, STRONG erection that you will not lose until you climax or take off the rubber ring attached to the base of your penis. Also, penis suppositories and penis injections are available to assist in providing a stronger, longer lasting hard-on.
Should you go to see a urologist, make sure he tests your testosterone levels. Too low can cause ED related problems.
If your level is low, the doctor will undoubtedly prescribe a gel
(ANDROGEL) to spread on your abdoman daily. It serves to raise your testosterone level.
Most of all, don't fret and agonize over this problem. Prior to sex, try a warm bath. Engage in plenty of foreplay, including kissing,
touching. Fondling, and explring each others bodies. Don't be afraid to ask your partner to s–k your penis and respond by eating p—y, if she feels comfortable with that. Bottom line, don't hop into bed, start the action, end of story. Be playful, experimental, and enjoy every touch and feeling. Foreplay should/could last for up to 20-30 minutes before initiating the intercourse phase of your sexual experience.
Finally, i think you're being too hard on yourself. Every man experiences a bout with ED at some time in his life. For some men iit is more often and more chronic. Relax, have fun, and go with the moment.
Best of luck, friend!

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Causes Low Testosterone in Men

Questions and Answers

What would cause normal to high testosterone levels in men but low dht levels?

Posted by Mongoose
tuckermatt

Low 5 alpha reductase. This is the enzyme that converts testosterone to dihydrotestosterone. This woulb be because of a genetic defect. Some people are born with absolutely no 5a-reductase and are considered "hermaphrodites" due to lack of sexual differientation. They must be on 5 alpha reductase drugs their whole life if they choose to be male.
On the other hand some people have too much DHT and this is thought to cause male pattern baldness due to its action on hair follicles. That is why they take 5 alpha reductase inhibitors such as propecia to stop the hair loss. If the person is on a 5 alpha reductase inhibitor, this would be the cause of low DHT.
Also there could be high total T but low free/bioavailable T. Free and bioavailable T are the active ones and the only ones that can exert effects and be reduced to DHT.
So either naturally low 5 alpha reductase or
low bioavailable testosterone even though there is high total T.

Can colon cancer cause low testosterone in men?

Posted by wildflower
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In layman's terms: Cancer, or sickness in general, will cause a lower rate of testosterone precursor release from your brain. This is because your body uses the majority of its energy to protect vital functions. Specific data for colon cancer is found below:

Why diabetic man have low testosterone? What causes that?

Posted by Mr gentleman
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A third of men with type 2 diabetes have low testosterone levels, a new study suggests.

Testosterone helps men reduce body fat and improves the way their bodies handle insulin. So low testosterone levels may have serious consequences for men with diabetes, suggests Sandeep Dhindsa, MD, of State University of New York at Buffalo.

"We are describing a new complication of type 2 diabetes. We are saying that the largest group of people who have [low testosterone] are diabetics," Dhindsa tells WebMD. "It means your pituitary gland, which controls all the other hormones in your body, is not working very well. We are talking about one-third of men with diabetes being at risk of high fat mass, low muscle mass, low bone density, depression, and erectile dysfunction."

Total Testosterone Vs. Free Testosterone

Previous studies have found that men with diabetes are more likely to have low testosterone than are men without diabetes, notes Glenn R. Cunningham, MD, professor of molecular and cellular biology and vice chairman for research at Baylor College of Medicine.

"People have looked at testosterone levels in diabetics a lot. A number of studies show a fairly significant percentage of diabetics have low testosterone," Cunningham tells WebMD.

But most of these studies, Dhindsa says, relied on measures of total testosterone. Total testosterone levels depend on the amount of a testosterone-binding substance in the blood (sex hormone binding globulin, or SHBG). Since men with diabetes have low SHBG levels, it was hard to know what these earlier findings meant.

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What Medications Cause Low Testosterone

Questions and Answers

Does Abilify lower testosterone in men?

I'm currently on 10 mg.

Posted by Texmex
tuckermatt

Aripiprazole (Abilify) is a medication that is prescribed as a treatment (in combination with other medications) for schizophrenia, bipolar mania, and major depressive disorder. It has many of the side-effects which may occur with other medications of the same type (dopamine antagonists), such as somnolence, “extrapyramidal” disorders (such as prolonged muscle contractions, stiffness, and restlessness). Another side-effect of aripiprazole as well as of other similar medications is that they increase the amount of prolactin in the body. This is a naturally occurring hormone which causes breast tissue and milk production to increase during pregnancy. Levels of prolactin in the blood may increase in people taking aripiprazole, although the amount of increase seems to be too small to cause any clinically significant effects (i.e. They would not be noticed by the person taking the medication). However, an increase in prolaction can cause a decrease in libido, weaker erections, gynecomastia (growth in breast tissue), and mainly in women, galactorrhea (the production of milk from the breasts in the absence of pregnancy). You have to keep in mind that not all medications in this category will cause the same increase in prolactin. You should ask your doctor to check your prolactin level, as well as discuss with him a potential change of medications if the prolactin is indeed high. Stopping your medication suddenly without telling your doctor could have devastating effects on your mental health.

Of note, this increase in prolactin does not affect testosterone levels. Therefore, as your medication is adjusted, the side-effects should go away. Another side-effect sometimes associated with antipsychotics is a relaxation of the bladder sphincter, therefore allowing sperm to get into the urine instead of being excreted in a normal ejaculate: this is called retrograde ejaculation. This side-effect, though it may cause temporary infertility- because not enough sperm is produced- does not cause long-term damage to the genital or urinary tract and does not affect your health in any way. To confirm the diagnosis, a urine sample after an orgasm should be collected and analyzed. This is again a reversible side-effect that can be managed through adjustment of your medication or change to another drug in the same class.

What can cause low testosterone in a 24 year old?

Just had a physical and my doctor wants to see me for a follow up because my testosterone is low. I've made the appointment but it is in two weeks.

I'm 24.
6 ft.
230 pounds

I'm bipolar, but I dont think that would effect this. Other than that I have no mental or physical symptoms.

I have no sex drive, only the want to masturbate. I cant climax during sex either.

What could be going on, and why?

Posted by Lord Zane Vorhis
tuckermatt

(Pay particular attention to item #5 below – EXERCISE – to increase testosterone levels.)

Sounds like your lifestyle finally caught up with you. Make some changes.
No smoking – no beer/ale – no booze – no drugs. ANY of these can interrupt blood flow to your penis resulting in diminished libido & cause erectile dysfunction or impotence.
Stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, crappy diet, lack of exercise, & some medications can also cause malfunction at the junction.

The following article could prove beneficial to you:

Improve Sexual Virility – (For Guys)

Many men suffer from a low sex drive, sexual performance problems, and an overall lack of male virility. These problems can negatively impact a man's self-esteem, sense of self-worth, and the quality of his romantic relationships. However, problems with male virility and sexual functioning can be, in most cases, remedied. What follows is a list of lifestyle, health, and dietary factors that promote strong male virility and improved sexual function and performance.

Step 1 – GET ADEQUATE SLEEP

Your body needs adequate amounts of sleep in order to maximize sexual performance and sexual virility. A lack of sleep is a major cause of low sex drive and/or sexual problems. Strive to get at least 7-9 hours of sleep each night to increase and maintain sexual virility. Take afternoon rests or naps when possible.

Step 2 – DE-STRESS REGULARLY

Chronic stress is toxic to the body and can negatively impact sexual virility and sexual function. Strive to keep stress levels as low as possible in order to maximize not only your health and well-being, but to increase your sexual virility and sex drive. Meditate on a regular basis; do yoga moves in addition to deep breathing exercises to help unwind and de-stress.

Step 3 – EXERCISE REGULARLY

In addition to improving mental and physical health, regular exercise promotes healthy sexual function and helps to improve sexual virility. Aim to exercise at least 4-5 times per week, incorporating moderate cardiovascular exercise in addition to strength training. Regular exercise promotes healthy blood circulation and increases testosterone and growth hormone levels, all of which promote increased sexual virility and sexual function.

Step 4 – ELIMINATE JUNK FOOD

Eating a healthy diet promotes physical and emotional health as well as healthy sexual function and virility. A poor diet, one lacking in adequate nutrients and antioxidants, can result in a low sex drive and sexual performance problems, including impotence. Eat a diet heavy in fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean cuts of meat and fish, and low-fat dairy to increase sexual virility and improve sexual function.

Step 5 – ADD GARLIC TO YOUR DIET

Garlic is rich in allicin, which can improve blood flow to the sexual organs, which in turn promotes healthy sexual function and strong, hard erections. Cut up some garlic and sprinkle it on your favorite foods. Or take a garlic supplement. Garlic is a sexual super food that can increase your sexual virility.

Step 6 – ADD AVOCADO TO YOUR DIET

Avocados are rich in folic acid and high in vitamin B6, both of which help to regulate sexual hormone function, which in turn helps to optimize sexual health and sexual virility. Add some avocado slices to your salad or on your sandwich.

Step 7 – EAT A BANANA DAILY

Bananas are another sexual super food that can help improve sexual function and increase sexual virility. Bananas are high in bromelain and b vitamins, both of which are potent sexual hormone regulators that can help improve sexual function, sexual desire, and sexual virility. Add a banana to your daily diet.

Can being sick cause low testosterone?

I recently tested with low T3 and low testosterone levels (32), and I can't figure out why. I had flu symptoms a few days later. Could the flu virus or just being sick cause severely lowered testosterone, even if I didn't have any symptoms yet when I took the test?

I'm not on any medication but I take supplements (none of which are known to cause low T, but some can raise it). Here's a list of the suppliments I was taking: Ginkgo Biloba, Alpha Lipoic Acid, HMB, Holy Basil Extract, tribulus terrestris extract, garcinia cambogia, L-Arginine, creatine.

Posted by Tyler
tuckermatt

Only a serious, long term illness has the ability to lower testosterone.

But no, common cold and flu will in no way affect testosterone level.

And just how are you tested for your testosterone level? That can only be done accurately the reputable medical lab. Not from any store bought kit.

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Pain Cause High Blood Pressure

Questions and Answers

Chest pain, back pain, shortness of breath, high blood pressure, what could be causing this?

I'm over all a pretty health person, very rarely sick. 29 yr old female, mother of 3, ages 2, 6 & 10. Work full time but it's a pretty relaxed job.
I was admitted to the hospital last week for chest pain & high blood pressure (225/112) had EKG & CT scan, as well as an ultrasound on my reital (kidney area) CT scan showed lower left lope (lung) had air sacs deflated & possible pnuemonia setting in. Ultrasound & EKG came back normal. When I had gone into the ER, the day I was admitted, I had pain that started in my Right arm 2 days prior causing some numbness in finger tips, than it moved to my back right below my shoulder blade (right side) everytime I coughed I couldn't get a full cough out cause it shot pain across my shoulder blade area in my back. My chest felt like it was being squeezed & had an elephant sitting on it. I didn't have a cold & kept coughing (partically) couldn't get a full cough out. I was in the hospital for 2 days, had blood thinner several times & was sent home on bp meds & breathing treatments. And was told to keep track of my bp several times a day, til I have my follow up appt w/ my dr. In a week. (which is this Wed) I wake up feeling ok, but as the day goes on I feel worse. Today is the worse, I feel just like I did the day I was admitted to the hospital, minus arm pain. Now I have the squeezing/heaviness feeling in chest, pain going down my back, kinda on the side too, but on the right side again. I'm coughing again randomly but can't get the whole cough out, when I take a deep breath & try to let it out, feels like it's being cut off & I can't get the cough out. Bp is 165/100 pulse 87. I'm thinking of calling my doctor in the mean time I wanted to see if anyone could give me any advice on what could be going on.

Addition info: I never was told by any other dr that I had heart palatations & now was told this at my phyisical about a month ago.
I'm so scard it could be heart diease or something like that. Heart diease runs on fathers side.

Posted by paul
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Well…your blood pressure is still pretty high,are you still taking any blood pressure medication they may have given to you when you were released from the hospital? Have you ever been told you had high blood pressure before you went to the ER? Your pulse is ok,but your blood pressure(if your taking medication for it) is still high,too high even without medication,ot with medication!!! And at your age…I would be somewhat concerned..If I were you…I would see what my blood pressure says within the next 12 hours.If it goes up any more…go back to the ER.You also shouldn't have this kind of pain either.Just because you were in the hospital,doesn't mean you are healed and free of any/all illnesses!! As for the blood thinners they gave you? This is now standard procedure..not to much to worry about with that! What you need to worry about is that high blood pressure…it should be reading 120/80…….especially at your young age.165/100 is too much.The next time you take your blood pressure? Make sure you take it when you are at a FULL RESTING STATE!!! Take it when your relaxed,then see what the reading is..If the reading is still high,just go back to the ER.I wouldn't play around or sit around and wait until Wednesday.Make sure you tell ANY doctor that sees you about your family medical history.When at ANY ER…? Make sure you tell every single doctor the same family history/story!! You have NO idea how many times a doctor can over-see a simple mistake by simply leaving out a medical fact from your family history.So..make sure you tell every doctor about any/all family medicl history…Like heart disease,stroke..and so forth…Good luck and I hope everything works out for you.Keep up with those breathing treatments too…I see you ARE taking blood pressure meds(Sorry)…still too HIGH!! Again…hope all goes well….you should go back seeing how your still taking blood pressure medications and having this kind of pain like before and no relief.

What causes high blood pressure?

Ok so i had my blood pressure checked few weeks ago was fine. Had it checked today and it went up to like 150 on the like thing. I was going on the contracepetive pill but she couldnt give it me because it was high and refurred me to a doctor. What causes it to be high?

Posted by Mercedes Love
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There are two types of high blood pressure.
(1) Primary (essential) hypertension
For most adults, there's no identifiable cause of high blood pressure. This type of high blood pressure, called essential hypertension or primary hypertension, tends to develop gradually over many years.
(2) Secondary hypertension
Some people have high blood pressure caused by an underlying condition. This type of high blood pressure, called secondary hypertension, tends to appear suddenly and cause higher blood pressure than does primary hypertension. Various conditions and medications can lead to secondary hypertension, including:
* Kidney problems
* Adrenal gland tumors
* Certain defects in blood vessels you're born with (congenital)
* Certain medications, such as birth control pills, cold remedies, decongestants, over-the-counter pain relievers and some prescription drugs
* Illegal drugs, such as cocaine and amphetamines.

What would cause high blood pressure 25 weeks pregnant excluding Pre-eclampsia?

Posted by shellywillies
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Its natural for your blood pressure to raise a little bit but nothing that would be considered high. Smoking in pregnancy can cause high blood pressure as can alcohol consumtion. Stress could also be doing it. Are you on any type of medications? I found some pain medications made my blood pressure go through the roof. Good luck! : )

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I started taking testosterone shots today. What will this do to me, will it make me more active and more energetic and when will i start to lose body fat? Also can u tell me what changes i will have in my body or mental state.

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What are the side effects of taking testosterone at a young age to boost lack of development? I'm 15.

For the past few years, you've watched the boys and girls in your class develop and change. Their bodies have changed in proportions, and growth spurts have sent their heights soaring. It can be tough to feel like you're on the sidelines when it comes to puberty.

Usually, the very first sign of puberty in boys is the enlargement of the testicles (longer than one inch) in order to pump out the supply of testosterone needed to orchestrate the rest of puberty. The skin of the scrotum also gets thinner.

The symphony of change continues with pubic hair and then underarm hair. The penis gets longer and then broader. The whole body grows and gets more muscular. As puberty winds down, the growth plates in the bones close, and you stop growing taller.

When there is no sign of any change by age 13 and a half (13 in girls), it's a good idea to see a doctor to find out why. The most common reason is called constitutional delayed puberty. This is just a normal variation of the average time schedule. It often runs in families. These healthy people spontaneously go through normal puberty, but at a later date. They just aren't aging as fast as their peers. A type of x-ray called a bone age scan shows bones that are aging right in synch with the puberty clock. These people keep growing after their peers have stopped. They also delay the beginning of the post-puberty decline.

Testosterone shots are often given to boys aged 14 or older who show no signs of puberty. A low dose is given monthly for four to six months. Puberty generally kicks in within 1 year after the testosterone treatment is begun and continues for about 2 years.

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The body is primed for testosterone. Boys with delayed puberty who get the shots often end up being exposed to even less testosterone than their peers who began puberty earlier. Consequently, the side effects from this short-term, low dose are few.

Side effects can happen. Testosterone is one of the steroids people take to try to bulk up and gain weight for sports. This is a real mistake for people whose bodies are already making enough testosterone on their own.

You can expect a gain in weight and strength. You might develop acne. Boys who take testosterone sometimes get gynecomastia, or temporary feminine breast development, which disappears when the course of testosterone is over. The same can happen with male-pattern baldness. Acne, gynecomastia, and baldness are the three most common side effects reported.

A little sodium and water retention is also common while taking testosterone, but not enough to be a problem for those who are otherwise healthy. Sometimes the blood pressure is elevated. Testosterone can also elevate cholesterol levels. Blood clotting problems are rare. Liver problems are common in those taking oral forms of the hormone for long periods of time but are very rare in those who take the shots. Serious problems, such as blood-filled cysts or liver tumors, are rare, and these usually go away when the testosterone is stopped. Some people may experience emotional and behavioral changes with steroid use, including irritability, aggressiveness, euphoria, depression, and mood swings.

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That list of side effects sounds formidable, but it is not too different from the list of things that can accompany puberty. Low-dose testosterone shots for up to 6 months are pretty safe.

For most boys experiencing late puberty, being short is more difficult to deal with than the delay in sexual changes. There has been some concern that taking testosterone might decrease final height, but short-term, low-dose testosterone doesn't compromise height. It won't increase your overall height, either. In people with constitutional puberty delay, puberty eventually arrives whether or not testosterone is used. Testosterone just helps puberty kick in earlier and can help your enjoyment of the next couple of years by putting you on the same playing field as your peers.

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Do I have E.D (Erectile Dysfunction) ? Low Testosterone or Zinc Deficiency?

I am a 43 y.o guy. I do not seem to get a normal erection as opposed to my young days when I used to get an erection without any foreplay. Now I need a lot of foreplay. Someone told me to take the little blue pills to cure this. What are they? Others told me I may have zinc deficiency. How do I get rid of that? I don't think that I have any heart disease, high blood pressure or clogged blood vessals. I may be having hormonal disorder and low testosterone but I am not sure. How do I find that out? I do have some depression, anxiety, stress & fatigue because of the work and daily life pressures. So Do I have Erectile
Dysfunction (E.D)? Low Testosterone or Zinc Deficiency?
I am taking medication for herpes and I also had a laproscopic surgery done on me for a varicosele 18 months ago.

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Low testosterone is easily checked with a blood test. You look for "free" testosterone, the range of normal is huge. Low testosterone is easily fixed with a rub in gel.
In the 40's most men need some foreplay to get hard. ED is when you cannot get hard or after you do you loose it right away.
If you have trouble getting hard that is often the first sign of cardiovascular disease. The arteries low down are small and susceptible to hardening and injury. Do you ride a bicycle? Most bike seat injure the veins and arteries. With injury comes blockage.
Many people have zinc deficiency and that could be part of the problem. Just go tto a store and by zinc glucanate at 50 mgs. Take a pill once or twice a day( not more) with food. If that is the problem you will have your answer in a week or so.
Unless the lack of erection came after the vaicosele surgery that should have nothing to do with it. A varicosele does not usually have any effect on testosterone production.
You really should see a doc for some blood tests and a treadmill test.

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I don't know if I could have low testosterone or low thyroid hormone. But I have a very low sex drive, I've had a low sex drive for about 10 years.. I dont have depression, or high blood pressure, or high cholesterol, or any other major health issues and I'm 39 years old 6 foot/145 pounds. If I had low testosterone wouldn't alot of my body hair fall out? Or if I had low thyroid? I mean I'm as hairy as an ape , but My sex drive is so low, I just don't understand how I could have low testosterone. As hairy as I am, I should have Loads of testosterone pumping through my body, but I must not, cause my sex drive is so low.

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