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Inhibit Aromatase Estrogen Testosterone
No.: Flaxseed is sometimes tried for cancer because it is broken down by the body into chemicals called “lignans.” lignans are similar to the female hormone estrogen - so similar, in fact, that they compete with estrogen for a part in certain chemical reactions. As a result, natural Estrogens seem to become less powerful in the body. Aromatase is not estrogen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it true the aromatase enzyme converts testosterone into oestrogen and if so is there a way to increase it's production?
Assuming my growt plates have not closed, would an aromatase inhibitor (letrozole) combined with 200mg/ml/month of testosterone make me grow taller?
If a natural weightlifter took anti cancer medication (aromatase inhibitor), shouldn't his testosterone level increase dramatically?
Increase somewhat: Aromatase inhibitors inhibit the effect of estrogen on the pituitary gland as well as elsewhere. As a result they can increase pituitary hormones that stimulate testosterone production modestly, not usually dramatically. By the way, these medications are banned by most major sports ...Read more
Aromatase: FTM requires two things: 1: I do not take care of such patients unless I am notified by a Psychologist who is taking care of the patient. 2: I do not see any indication for aromatase inhibitors to be given in addition to testosterone. I have been fortunate to have reasonable success with FTM and MTF. ...Read more
Low testosterone, low estradiol, high estrone, weight good, taking 200mg testosterone a day at cheek & gum, using a aromatase inhibitor, why low t?
Nothing unless. . .: How do you know your estrogen & testosterone are high? Don't focus on numbers & levels. Instead, focus on how you feel & function. How healthy are you? If you're healthy, then no need to worry. If you're suffering from excess E & T, then talk to your doc who can order some tests to determine why you might be off kilter. Aside from that, exercise & nutrition are your friend. Focus on that instead. ...Read more
No: No reason why it should.Get a more detailed answer ›
Not true: The blood volume does not depend on how much fat you have, meaning that the testosterone concentration is similar in fat and thin people if the secretion is the same. Testosterone conversion to estradiol, a form of estrogen, occurs in both fat and thin males and depends on the testosterone concentration. The conversion is slightly more if excess fat is present but rarely makes a difference. ...Read more
I think estrogen in bcps start working on our body only after testosterone gets totally lowered? Am I wrong?
Is there a female equivalent maybe a natural estrogen building herb to macca which we know is used to build testosterone?
No: None of the products you mentioned will do anything positive for anyone. These products have no value and can cause problems. Plus who knows what's really in them? Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or internet scams. ...Read more
On new testosterone med. This one is compounded with a built in estrogen blocker. Is this a safe and effective strategy for upping levels?
1 Methyl-1 Hydrogen: The structural difference between estrogen and testosterone is shockingly small: http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/file:testosterone_estradiol_conversion. Png the functional difference is well noted. Here are a few facts you may not have know: 1) a pre-menopausal female will produce 4-5 times more testosterone per day than estrogen 2) both women and men produce and utilize testosterone and estrogen. ...Read more
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