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Is there anything available to increase testosterone without fear of heart attack stroke or heart disease and does chyron inhibit aromatase?

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Dr. Myron Arlen
Surgery - Oncology
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In brief: Med available

aromatase inhibitors are not used to increase testosterone levels but are employed in breast Ca as inhibitros similar to teamoxifen.
A number of testosterone preparations are available mostly to enhance muscle replacement in those with low testosterone. Testim is a gel that is applied to the shoulders and upper chest tiw and helps elevate hormone level with affecting cardiac status.

In brief: Med available

aromatase inhibitors are not used to increase testosterone levels but are employed in breast Ca as inhibitros similar to teamoxifen.
A number of testosterone preparations are available mostly to enhance muscle replacement in those with low testosterone. Testim is a gel that is applied to the shoulders and upper chest tiw and helps elevate hormone level with affecting cardiac status.
Dr. Myron Arlen
Dr. Myron Arlen
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Dr. Alvin Lin
Internal Medicine - Geriatrics

In brief: Fear is good

Fear is good. It prevents us from doing things we shouldn't.
Or at least makes us think twice. As with most if not all drugs, there is no free lunch. In other words, there is always risk of side effects. Luckily we can manage your risk with close monitoring & dose/regimen adjustments. But we can't guarantee no risk. Your goal should be to improve quality of life, not to increase your testosterone.

In brief: Fear is good

Fear is good. It prevents us from doing things we shouldn't.
Or at least makes us think twice. As with most if not all drugs, there is no free lunch. In other words, there is always risk of side effects. Luckily we can manage your risk with close monitoring & dose/regimen adjustments. But we can't guarantee no risk. Your goal should be to improve quality of life, not to increase your testosterone.
Dr. Alvin Lin
Dr. Alvin Lin
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