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How to Find a Good Doctor that Prescribes Testosterone, HCG and Anastrozole

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Many primary care doctors in the United States feel comfortable prescribing testosterone in the present. Unfortunately, there are doctors who still do not know much about the proper management of testosterone replacement or are afraid to prescribe it. Many are not familiar with the use of human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) and anastrozole to minimize side effects of testosterone replacement therapy. So, it is often difficult for men to find a good doctor who is well educated in preventing and reversing side effects of testosterone replacement therapy.


Here are several resources that can help you if you need to search for one: How to find a good testosterone doctor

Top Ten Testosterone Replacement Monitoring Tips

Nelson Vergel, author of Testosterone: A Man's Guide (Amazon.com) and founder of ExcelMale.com and DiscountedLabs.com, talks about what he thinks are the most important 10 things that all men on testosterone replacement therapy should know to maximize benefits and minimize side-effects. For questions for Nelson, please register on ExcelMale.com and post them on the forum [...]

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Beyond TSH: Two New Studies Show Why Doctors Should Check Other Thyroid Hormones

J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2016 Nov;101(11):4385-4394. Epub 2016 Aug 23Serum Thyroid Function, Mortality and Disability in Advanced Old Age: The Newcastle 85+ Study.Pearce SH et al.AbstractCONTEXT:Perturbations in thyroid function are common in older individuals but their significance in the very old is not fully understood.OBJECTIVE:This study sought to determine whether thyroid hormone status and variation [...]

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What Every Man Should Know About HCG

• HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) is produced by human placenta, sterile product derived from urine of pregnant females. Recombinant DNA formulas are produced by pharmaceutical companies and compounding pharmacies.• In men HCG mimics LH from pituitary to stimulate Leydig cells of testes to produce testosterone.• It can have an additive effect to testosterone replacement therapy's ( [...]

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How to Increase Testosterone Naturally

There are several life style, nutritional and other factors that can increase testosterone production by testicles in men. The degree of this increase has not been clearly quantified, but there is evidence that the following can help. Some men may require additional testosterone replacement therapy to increase blood levels of total testosterone above the 500 [...]

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Magnesium Deficiency - Diagnosis, Causes and Symptoms

Video Transcript: Hi. Dr. Osborne here with Web Wellness University. Today I want to talk a little bit about magnesium. Magnesium is an essential mineral. The body can't make it, you have to obtain it from the diet. It's one of those minerals that is largely deficient in a lot of people in the United States. There are several reasons why [...]

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HbA1c more sensitive than OGTT for identifying prediabetes

A study recently published in the International Journal of Obesity found that  HbA1c is more sensitive than OGTT for identifying prediabetes (Thienel M, et al. Int J Obes. 2016;doi:10.1038/ijo.2016.149.)HbA1c and oral glucose tolerance tests (OGTT) used to identify prediabetes yielded conflicting results in both Hispanic and non-Hispanic white populations in New Mexico, study data show.“Diagnostic tests [...]

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New TRT Analyzer App Just Launched

Sypolt Systems and ExcelMale.com today announced the immediate availability of a new Android and iOS appfor men on Testosterone Replacement Therapy. The app allows users to enter treatment protocols and daily assessments which record how they are feeling while on a specific treatment protocol. The results are then displayed in graphs so that users and [...]

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Testosterone Side Effect Management Table

Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) can improve energy, sexual function, glucose metabolism, mood and cognitive function in men with testosterone deficiency.  However, it is essential for proper management of TRT to be provided to maximize these benefits while minimizing side effects.  This table summarizes options to treat or reverse potential side effects of testosterone replacement therapy [...]

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​Testosterone Replacement Blood Test Targets and Their Management

Testosterone Replacement Monitoring Targets and Their Management(Consult Your Physician Before Any Treatment Initiation, Cessation or Changes).  Total Testosterone ≥ 500 ng/dL for improvement in hypogonadism symptoms If low or hypogonadal symptoms are not improved, increase testosterone dosage. High T levels (over 1500 ng/dL) with high hematocrit, low HDL and/or [...]

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