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Andropause

andropause-treatment-imgMale hormone production naturally start decreasing at age 38, and the decline is accelerated by excessive exercise and stress.  Male hormones are mainly produced in the Testicles and Adrenal Glands. The signs and symptoms of Andropause include: low libido, mood swings, depression, low motivation, erectile dysfunction and lack of focus.

We recommend the male patient first implements the L3W wellness program. The program enhances organ and gland performance, and gives the patient the right food combination for the individual. This combination will increase hormone production naturally.

We then recommend a trans-dermal Bio-identical hormone protocol. Hormone replacement done right includes different negative feedback components. You just can’t take blood test for Testosterone give a patient Testosterone by itself (It’s not that easy).

We Recommend:

Saliva Testing:  Saliva testing works better to read hormones, for compounded gels and cream versus blood testing.andropause1

  • Compounded Testosterone: 5-7mg/day, which is 30%-50% less dosage then the lowest dose of androgel.
  • Chrysin:  Estrogen Blocker….very important for a male to take, because Testosterone therapy will increase the Estrogens. Excessive Estrogen will increase belly fat, make breast tissue, and make guys cry at football games.
  • HCG: Low dose HCG to maintain Testicle size and production. Testosterone shuts down the Testicles because they do not need to function, since the therapy is replacing the bodies Testosterone. HCG should be used for anyone under 40 and still wants to have children.
  • DHEA:  Low dose of DHEA is recommended for Adrenal function.
  • DIM:  This converts the bad estrogen to good estrogen.

We feel these five components are necessary for a male to receive optimal hormone replacement therapy. Call a Live Longer Live Provider to get started.

Robert D. Stein D.C., ABAAHP

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