suggests that for some men, erectile dysfunction (ED) may be an early warning sign that they have undiagnosed diabetes and/or high blood pressure.
Whilst not every man with erectile dysfunction will have an underlying issue the statistics from… Continue reading »
With a steady rise in the number of people who are classified as obese it is no wonder that the medical community is looking for novel approaches to weight loss. Healthy lifestyle changes are recommended but the rate of relapse… Continue reading »
By the time women reach their 50’s they will produce about half the amount of testosterone that they did in their early 20’s, for men there may also be an age related decline in T production. This decrease in testosterone… Continue reading »
While there are several therapies and treatments for male sexual dysfunction those for women are still lacking. The good news is the tides may be changing with the support of the FDA following a Patient-Focused Drug Development
meeting in October… Continue reading »
Depression rates are high among men referred for borderline testosterone according to research presented at the Endocrine Society
Annual Meeting (March 2015, San Diego).
Michael Scott Irwig MD, and colleagues analyzed men with borderline testosterone levels. They looked at 200… Continue reading »
The cover story of this months edition of Endocrinology Today (Feb 2015) features Klinefelter’s Syndrome
. With around one in 450 males affected by KS and only 70% diagnosed, the aim of this article is to raise awareness within the… Continue reading »
When testosterone blood tests are ordered by a physician, he or she may also measure your Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG). Put simply SHBG is the the carrier molecule which transports sex-steroids, like testosterone, within in the bloodstream and around… Continue reading »
In the modern world where ‘size matters’, men with small testes are understandably unwilling to discuss this with friends, partners and even their doctor. However there may be a reason why – Klinefelter’s syndrome (KS).
Klinefelter’s Syndrome (also known as… Continue reading »