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Supplements: The body generally does not need supplements to produce hormones. The regulatory system of hormone regulation generally does not react well to artificial manipulation and often causes more harm than good if there is not a hormone deficiency. Hormone deficiencies are generally treated with synthetic versions of the hormones, not pro-hormones or supplements. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If mild,: Consider these harmless lifestyle changes that can boost yor testosterone naturally: sleep hygiene to improve sleep quality and duration (even a few days of poor sleep can drop testosterone levels), lose weight, and optimize the treatment of any chronic disease you may have (uncontrolled illness can lower testosterone). ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Sometimes: Although tribulus reportedly increases testosterone, in our practice the effects are modest at best. For an individual with severe deficiency of testosterone, tribulus alone is rarely satisfactory. I would also expect that there is a wide range in the quality of tribulus since the active ingredient content varies depending on how the plant was grown... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I want to use nolvadex and Clomid (clomiphene) for boost my testosterone production.Does this drugs boost my testosterone production?
DANGER: There is ABSOLUTELY no reason for a sixteen year old to need any hormone treatment or 'boosting' of his Testosterone. Taking medications to change hormone levels is not safe, specific, or recommended by any medical professional. Where is your physician on this? Have you taken the time to sit with the progressional who cares for you and asked if this is a wise decision? ...Read more
Maybe but it depends: Female sex drive (libido) is even more complicated than in men. Stress, in various forms, can decrease libido. Worry about money, job, family, etc, can cause stress & distraction. Must be in good relationship w/partner. Bad lifestyle choices, poor health, medications, menopause, etc can decrease sex drive. If testosterone is very low, then replacement might help (after first addressing above). ...Read more
Stay Healthy: The following should help: * exercise regularly * consume a low fat, high protein diet with a goal bmi between 19-24 * stay hydrated * get between 8-10hrs sleep nightly * don't smoke....Anything * alcohol: low & sporatic consumption * drugs: prescriptions only and only if you need them * check your total testoterone level to make sure it is above 300 ng/dl. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If anabolic steroids increase estrogen(e) levels, will boosting testosterone naturally(ie taking vit d, lifting weights, abstinence) also increase e?
Your "natural": Methods do not "boost" testosterone. That's determined by endocrine feedback mechanisms and other factors. Any increase in testosterone will lead to minor increases in estrogen due to hormone conversion, but they are insignificant and meaningless except in people who take excessive exogenous testosterone. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or internet scams. ...Read more
No: It doesn't, at least not consistently.Get a more detailed answer ›
LOW T EVAL: Low T Evaluation and diagnosis of cause is critical. At 38 it is unusal and needs a through workup exam/labs/testiciular US/ and potentially a brain MRI. You will need regular Monitering of testosterone and PSA levels . Follow up with a through PCP and endocrine consult. Low T can cause symptoms of male menopause =ANDROPAUSE. Including anxiety/depression/insomnia/dry eyes . Ophtho consult too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No answer possible: This type of question cannot be answered because the cost of answering the question would be enormous and no one is likely to pay for it. So some questions are best answered with another question? Why are you wondering? If the object is to boost sexual stamina I am no expert but I expect there are better ways. ...Read more
Man with normal testosterone and take clomid (clomiphene) low dose well making his testosterone lavel higher then maximum t level my questijus for information?
This is best: discussed with a reproductive specialist. Please call your urologist and they can refer you. A complete reproductive history and specific tests are needed. Best wishes. ...Read more