Can low testosterone and high estrogen cause thinking problems in males?

Yes of coursse. any kind of hormone imbalance in male or female will cause different kind of physical,mental and behavior problem the question is why you have that make sure you do not have any testicles tumor or lumps you might have to make sure you do not have hormone producing tumor in lung and liver do you have any gyncomastia or enlarge male breast as well or not the answer to your question is yes it does.
Low Testosterone. Hi, low Testosterone could cause problem with Mood, concenteration, fatigue, loss of muscle mass, decreased in bone density, decreased in Sperm count and sex drive.

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Can I use aromasin (exemestane) to restore low testosterone and high estrogen? Male 30 years old with steroid abuse history.

No, don't! Aromasin (exemestane) blocks conversion of testosterone (T) to estrogen. With low T, there's nothing to convert. Your brain needs to increase FSH and LH to stimulate your testes to produce T. Your brain stops this when you abuse anabolics, and your testes shrink. Aromasin (exemestane) will delay recovery of FSH and LH levels. It can take months or years, but you can fully recover if you wait and stay lean. Read more...

What could high estrogen, and low testosterone mean for a male?

Wrong ratio. Too much estrogen & not enough testosterone in a guy could lead to hypogonadism which characterized by fatigue, loss of energy, cloudy thinking, depression, loss of sex drive (libido), erectile depression, inability to gain muscle in response to exercise, inability to lose fat in response to proper nutrition, male breasts, etc. Low t is also linked to diabetes, obesity, heart disease, stroke, etc. Read more...

Is cellulite in men a sign of low testosterone and/or high estrogen?

Here are some ... Over the past 4-5 decades, I have never read or heard articles or discussions on the tale or concern of connecting cellulite with low-T &/or high-estrogen. But, I've been impressed with hereditary trend to cellulite. Nowadays, more young men have low-T than used to be due to increasing incidence of metabolic syndromes, obesity, drug overuse/abuse, stress, poor lifestyle, etc. So, test T if needed. Read more...

How is high estrogen/low testosterone in men treated.

Need more info... Without further info on the detailed specifics, relevance, & sequence of events of your related symptoms/concerns + physical exam + testing as need, it is hard to deduce right diagnosis for right treatment. However, to do these correctly could not be that hard by following suggestions in articles in http://www.formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html & http://www.formefirst.com/onSexLife-ED-CareOptions. Read more...

When I m stressed, I get hot flushes and feel warm inside even in freezing cold weather. Is it due to low testosterone or estrogen. I m a male 33.

Hormone levels. can only be measured by lab testing. Please see your doc who will likely do that. Beyond that, stress management support from a clinical psychologist can be helpful. See www.relaxationresponse.org for some self-help. Read more...

I am a 45 year old female that is experiencing severe cystic acne on my chin with acne on my forehead. Labs show low testosterone with normal estrogen and progesterone. Will testosterone help or cause more acne.

I . I am sorry to hear you are having issues with your skin. Usually, higher levels of hormones (either male or female) leads to acne, not lower levels. In fact, higher levels of testosterone are usually assoicated with significan acne. I would suggest a skin analysis with photoimaging (such as a visia) and a pharmaceutical grade skin care regimine designed towards your issues. Read more...
Typically . Typically testosterone is going to increase not decrease your acne problems. This is why young male teenagers become acne prone during early teen years with puberty. I would suggest meeting with a dermatologist or a plastic surgeon for a full evaluation. Good luck! Read more...
Generally . Generally speaking, testosterone supplementation may lead to aggravation of existing acne or trigger acne. In fact some testosterone blocking drugs such as spironlactone have been used to calm the acne attacks. After seeking the expertise of a dermatologist experienced in the treatment of acne, it is likely that Accutane may be one of the better treatment options but this has numerous side effects and should be fully discussed prior to implementation. Other medical regimens such as a change in your oral contraceptives, topical antibiotics, or skin care regimens may be advised. I hope this helps. Read more...