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How Can I Get Ahold Of Chemical Castration Kit
Not sure what u mean: Chemical castration means that a drug is given to stop or significantly lower testosterone production. I assume that is what you are talking about & you are now not able to achieve an erection. Not knowing more about your medical history it would be best to discuss this with your urologist. ...Read more
Meds to reduce sexua: Chemical castration is administration of meds to reduce libido and sexual activity.It is reversible when the treatment is stopped, some permanent effect may remain drugs used are anti androgen in men, like cypoterone acitate, Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) given as injection every 3months, and benperidol an antipsychotic side effects are breast enlargement in men, increse in body fat, reduce body hair, loss of muscle mass. ...Read more
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
I am transgender and I do not want SRS, but I am interested in chemical castration. I am taking Estradiol and Spironolactone now. What other drugs wou?
Here are some...: I am glad to see you have come thus far in MTF without SRS. To go further, it is important to rethink and reassess what may be your final goals to what stage of MTF; then decide what may be your further efforts which you would like to cope with so to fit your realistic personal/social readjustment. So, please bring all the related concerns to your treating doctor. ...Read more
I need the prescription for the best and cheapest Chemical Castration drug for lowering testosterone and lowering hair loss.
See my remark: What is your purpose of lowering testosterone? specially at your age,never try anything like that.The hormone is important and critical in your normal physiologic functions. If you are having thining of your hair,that is a poor indication to be castrated.Additionally a prescription can only be written by a doctor after face to face encounter.Let me hear your response...... ...Read more
For male pattern baldness (24 yrs), is spironolactone 25mg daily effective for hair regrowth? Can the dose cause chemical castration on long term use?
No, it's not good: Sprinolactone is used to reduce the levels of male hormones in women with hair loss. It's not the appropriate drug for men. The only drugs that are fda approved for hair loss in men are Propecia and rogaine (minoxidil). Consult with your dermatologist for an appropriate treatment that fits your needs. ...Read more
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
Two different organs: Penectomy, or penile resection is used for controlling advanced ulcerating malignancy of the penis which is a rare Orchiectomy or castration is a form of surgery removing the testis to minimize the expression of male hormone in diseases affected by testosterone such as in advanced prostate cancer. The procedure is also employed in the presence of testicular cancer. ...Read more
Mastectomies: Breast cancer is far more common than testicular cancer, and the number of mastectomies is much higher than the number of castrations (removal of testicles). Men with prostate cancer may also have their testicles removed, but more often they are given medication to suppress them. So, mastectomies win (if you consider that winning.) no one has ever asked me this question! ...Read more
Can't say from here: Classically, castration anxiety is understood as part of the oedipal complex, ie., the unconscious childhood fear that competition with father for mother's love will lead to father's retaliation, ie, castration. It's just a theory though, and it may or may not apply to you. More pragmatic reasons include fearful experience or past risk of actual genital damage, scary descriptions, and so forth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some ...: Total (full) hysterectomy is done in 3 ways: For benign disorders, complete uterine removal with or without ovarian removal; for malignancy, complete uterine and ovarian removal with pelvic lymph node removal. All can be done with open or laparoscopic approach. Bilateral ovarian removal may be called female castration just like bilateral testicular removal for surgical castration for P-Ca ... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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