TRT Monitoring

  1. November 26, 2018

    Testosterone Induced High Red Blood Cell Volume (Hematocrit)

    The red cells are some of the most important components of a person’s blood. The term hematocrit refers to the percentage of red blood cells in a human’s body. For women, normal hematocrit values should be around 42% and for men, it…
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  2. November 14, 2018

    The Importance Of Pituitary And Thyroid Testing Before Beginning Testosterone Therapy

    Testosterone replacement therapy is available in many forms and can be beneficial for men who have low testosterone levels. When the body doesn't produce enough testosterone (a condition also known as…
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  3. November 13, 2018

    Protecting Your Heart While on Testosterone Therapy

    From the book “Testosterone: A Man’s Guide” by Nelson Vergel (available on…
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  4. November 13, 2018

    Testosterone does not increase cancer risk in men treated for prostate cancer

    AbstractIntroductionThe use of testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) in men with prostate cancer is…
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  5. April 03, 2018

    The Role of Aldosterone, ACTH, and Renin in Water Retention and High Blood Pressure

    A frequent cause of high blood pressure and water retention is when levels of certain hormones in the body are unbalanced or functioning poorly. The hormones that are frequently at fault are secreted by the kidneys and the pituitary or adrenal…
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  6. May 21, 2015

    ​Testosterone Replacement Therapy- Target Blood Test Limits

    Testosterone replacement therapy- Target Blood Test Limits:
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