Monday, December 26, 2011

Low testosterone linked to long-term risk of death

I strongly support Testosterone supplementation particularly for those with low levels, as reported here, who are at greater risk of death. I find that the topical form of testosterone is generally adequate. I also use broader general hormone support whenever indicated. Therefore, I take Melatonin 3 mg at HS and I also generally recommend DHEA at levels of 10-25 mg for many of my patients, the lower dose for women. In the same topical formula many of my men patients also receive Progesterone and Chysin.
This research paper is one of only two that provides a decent rational to support my belief about the general benefits exceeding risks with testosterone supplementation.

Garry F. Gordon MD,DO,MD(H)
President, Gordon Research Institute
http://www.gordonresearch.com

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Low testosterone linked to long-term risk of death in over-50s

The results of a study presented on June 5, 2007 at The Endocrine Society for publication in their ENDO 07 Research Summaries Book determined that men over 50 whose levels of the hormone testosterone are low had a greater risk of dying within an eighteen year period than men with higher levels. Read more...

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