Some of our regular readers will be aware of our campaign in Australia Check Your Balls
to raise awareness for Klinefelter’s Syndrome. We recently received the following feedback;
“MY 25year old nephew was at a urinal at BNE (Brisbane airport)… Continue reading »
Some readers will be familiar with our campaign www.checkyourballs.com.au
which aims to increase the diagnosis rate and awareness of Klinefelter Syndrome. It is estimated that there are 13,000 men in Australia alone who are undiagnosed, and for some of these… 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 »
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 »
As the manufactures of AndroForte 5 we are often asked why our cream is better than other testosterone products on the market. This table show why!
Not only is AndroForte 5 more economical (prices are shown in $US), scrotal application… Continue reading »
Male nipple soreness with the use of testosterone replacement therapy
I have symptoms of low testosterone and i have used injectables previously with great success.
My doctor put me on Androforte 5%
cream as I was tired of… Continue reading »
We recently received a question about the optimal area of the body to apply AndroForte 5 ®
testosterone cream for men.
Is it possible to apply this to other areas besides the scrotum? I ask because on AndroForte 5
… Continue reading »
We often get concerned patients asking – does using testosterone cream stop my body from producing testosterone naturally?
I have been using your AndroForte® 5 for several years and I am pleased with the results.
My question is, by… Continue reading »
testosterone cream is recommended to be applied scrotally.
As the testes can often be an essential part of foreplay – should your partner be concerned about transferal of the cream onto their skin or mouth?
I… Continue reading »
AndroForte® testosterone BP
What does the BP stand for on the AndroForte 5?
BP stands for British Pharmacopoeia
– it’s the standard used for international quality control of pharmaceuticals… Continue reading »