Tag: testosterone

Aging, Masculinity, Sex

things to know about testosteroneTestosterone: 10 Surprising Things Every Woman and Man Needs to Know

In her book, Eve’s Rib:  The New Science of Gender-Specific Medicine Marianne J. Legato M.D says, “Everywhere we look, the two sexes are startlingly and unexpectedly different not only in their internal function but in the way they experience illness.” To begin with there are 10 trillion cells in the human body and every one […]

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Aging, Cardio, Sex

low-t clinicShould You Get Thee to a Low-T Clinic?

They’re everywhere these days. Just search “low T clinic near me” on Google and you will see a gaggle of places get your fill of testosterone. There’s someone on every corner willing to sell you good ol’ vitamin T. But will it help? Fountain of Youth It depends. If you are a younger man, say aged 25-35 […]

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Anxiety, Cardio, chronic fatigue, Depression, Health, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Nutrition, Others, Relationships, Sex, Stress, Testicular

Does the Good Wood Have Ears?

“You know, Doc, there are times when I lose my erection…just like that. It happens when I’m really stressed out. It’s like the penis has ears or something!” Say it aint so! Can the penis really “hear” stress and go flat because of it? The Good Wood This reminds me of another scenario in which the […]

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Fertility, Health, Sex

FNA Mapping: A Tool for the Trade

Do you have a favorite tool? Maybe a great cooking pot or utensil that really works for you. Possibly a shiny, worn and weathered but perfectly performing baseball glove, or a dinged and pockmarked surfboard that handles virtually every swell. Whether you’re a carpenter and fan of curly maple, or a car hobbyist who likes […]

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Family, Fatherhood, Fertility, Health, Military, Sex, Testicular, testosterone, Veterans, Well-being

Helping Wounded Veterans Live and Love

His kidney harbored a cancer and it needed to be removed. As a first year surgeon-in-training, I was consenting him for surgery at the Veterans Hospital in Philadelphia. Unlike most patients, he was unusually calm as I talked him through the procedure and its potentially life threatening complications. At one point, he gently put his […]

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