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Anyone Know Where To Get A Castration Without Breaking The Law
I take cyproterone acetate to reduce testosterone and sexual arousal as I don't want to go for surgical castration. So, is this the reason I get vomitish n fatigued after 4min exercise and I have developed diabetes? 33 male. Psychotic.
Many issues: I don't quite understand why you want to reduce testosterone and sexual arousal but don't want castration. I am confident you are not Psychotic but are nonetheless scared. A consult with a Psychologist would be best for you. Please let me know how things go. PS: There is, in my opinion, no reason you should not have low testosterone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here is ...: Chemical castration is also called medical castration for which medications to block male hormonal effects totally" from testes, which contributes some 95-97% of testosterone effect, and from adrenal glands, which share some 3-5% of testosterone effects. Before the era of this, doctor performs testicular removal to serve the effect +drug to suppress adrenal glands to help men with metastatic P-Ca ...Read more
No more testosterone: Castration is the elimination or blockade of androgens, such as testosterone. This is done by surgical removal of the testicles or by medications. The effects are: hot flashes, weight gain, mood changes, fatigue, loss of muscle mass, breast development, cognitive changes, impotence, loss of libido, osteoporosis, and changes in lipid profile, increased fat, and higher risk of heart attack. ...Read more
Definition depends..: Castration usually implies males. Surgical castration is removal of the gonads, or testicles in men. Medical castration is the administration of testosterone blocking hormones. In females, removal of the ovaries; called oophorectomy, or spaying in animals, could be considered castration since the ovaries are the female gonads. ...Read more