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Can An Increase In Testosterone Decrease Gn Rh Release
Yes: Testosterone (from the testicles) and gnrh (from the hypothalamus) are connected by a feedback mechanism much like the thermostat in one's house. When testosterone levels rise for whatever reason, the hypothalamus decreases its release of gnrh to help bring t back to normal levels and vice versa. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Adult-onset hypogonadotropic hypogonadism--how does gnrh therapy differ from normal testosterone therapy? Which therapy is best for 42 year old male?
Only for children: Gnrh is by injection, vey expensive, and only for children -- it wouldn't be appropriate or effective or prescribed for you. Stick with transdermal testosterone. Hopefully, you've had your undescended testicle fixed early in childhood, as they can become cancerous of not brought down surgically early in life. If it's still undescended, see you doctor soon. ...Read more
Does taking biotin increase or decrease testosterone. I read both opinions.which one more authentic?
Not sure: both opinions are without scientific basisGet a more detailed answer ›
Not likely to change: There is a use it or lose it issue that seems to happen, if you totally abstain from sexual activity, you may lose interest, but that is not necessarily the same as lowering your testosterone. Even if abstinence could raises low testosterone levels (which i don't think it can) it would surely seem counter productive! we have much better ways to fix low testosterone. ...Read more
Is it true that testosterone levels in women increase during menstruation and estrogen levels decrease?
How much can Vitamin D increase or decrease my testosterone levels and how much should the dose be? I have low testosterone
Sugar decreases testosterone so if i change my diet where there is hardly any sugar, testosterone will increase, but how long will it take to increase?
Sugar, not alone!: Sugar intake is strongly associated with obesity. Fat cells through cyclic aromatase turn testosterone to estrogen. If you are lean and not a diabetic, this would not be a cause, and my true medical skills are showing, because I am a "preacher for low carb diets." you need a metabolism, endocrinology, urology evaluation! ...Read more
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