A reassuringly low rate of adverse outcomes reported after testosterone therapy following radical prostate treatments led to the recent re-examination and clarification of our understanding of the biology of androgens and prostate cancer and as a result to increased recognition of the benefits of testosterone.
The content of testosterone in the blood of a healthy young man is approximately 630 ng/dl the normal rates ranging from 264 to 916 ng/dl. The levels of testosterone largely determine the sexual orientation and behavior of men. Men with 10-12% lower levels of testosterone are feminine, mild, and sensitive. Conversely, those whose blood testosterone content is 10-12% higher than normal are distinguished by aggressiveness, lowered sense of self-preservation. With no exaggerations, testosterone is a life-changing hormone, making a male masculine and giving his life a sense of power.Read More