What creates testosterone

A recent case of a 51 year old male with an interest in testosterone replacement illustrates the benefits of the multi-parametric prostate MRI scan. Noting a PSA value of only ng/ml; the digital rectal exam (DRE) identified an area of interest on the left side, albeit, it was not definitive for prostate cancer. Neither the gray scale ultrasound nor Color Flow Doppler ultrasound evaluation suggested any specific abnormality consistent with the area of interest previously identified on DRE. An MRI scan was suggested as the next best step in the evaluation. The scan isolated a region of interest on the left side at the Apex to Middle portion of the prostate gland concordant with the findings on the DRE.  Based upon the findings of the MRI scan, a targeted biopsy with 6 needle cores was recommended and implemented. An Antiandrogen was initiated pre-biopsy to mitigate against “needle tracking”. Specifically, an Antiandrogen selectively blocks the receptor on the prostate cell from attracting testosterone as it exits the capsule, thereby, disabling the cells in preparation for cell death or apoptosis. The Pathology evaluation revealed a grade of cancer that was amenable to being treated conservatively or focally. In this case, the failure to use a MRI scan would have exposed this patient to the possibility of missing the cancer altogether; associated with sampling bias, a very real possibility for needle tracking (assuming cancer was found), or worse yet, the go ahead to supplement with testosterone, when in fact, the cancer was missed. Using  testosterone in this scenario would have stimulated cancer cells to grow wildly, while causing the PSA to spike abnormally, thereby, making the diagnosis of prostate cancer – a potentially uncontrollable clinical event, albeit, avoidable. Given the expertise of a Urolologic consultation, this case turned out well. The patient is now contemplating a focal treatment with high intensity focused ultrasound with a plan to supplement with testosterone once his cancer has been cured. An inability to document the resolution of prostate cancer by a repeat MRI scan and/or a stable PSA post-operatively will preclude this patient from using testosterone replacement therapy.

Hey Ali, what did you do during the period where you were 17-18 to optimize your hormone production? I’m seventeen and I feel like a late bloomer. I’m pretty thin, at 138 lbs, I’m a 5’8 African American, and my shoulders are about 41 inches around. I want to optimize my hormones in order to hit the maximum height for my genetic potential, grower bigger everywhere, develop a more masculine face ( chisleled jawline, wide jaw, course features, etc). Do you have your personal journal in the form of an article anywhere on the site (Kind of new to the site)? Also, I start a strength program. I’m lifting with my schools football team for 30 mins before soccer practice, but soon I will have a gym membership and do starting strength or Greyskull LP.

Now this is a remarkable change if you think about it.  The "concentration" of testosterone and estrogen - estradiol is what really counts - changed by 24% from just one lifestyle change.  Imagine what could happen as you pile on some of the other Testosterone Increasing Techniques and Estrogen Lowering Strategies that I have mentioned on the web site.  There is no reason that you cannot dramatically improve your ratio of testosterone to estradiol (unless you happen to be training for the Olympics with a professional trainer).

 
For those who are thinking on what TST to use I’ve been almost through all of them. Done the pellets, shoulder gel and patches. None of them worked as well as the injections. I do 150mg of Cypionate injections every week and I split them in two. So 2 injections every week. And I inject myself and is no big deal. All it took was for the doctors assistant to show me how to inject myself and that is what I only needed to learn. Comparing all treatments the injections are by far the best treatment and also the cheapest with no roller coaster rides. I check the T level in my blood about every 3 month and numbers are consistent. I’m 52 but feel like a teenager again.
I did some research on taking T and my biggest concern was prostate cancer. But searching I found the solution for that also. I have to say the only medical treatment that I like. Think of it this way. The prostate is like a sponge. It has caverns or pockets that will hold bios and through time this can attach to the walls of the prostate and develop cancer. So I thought to empty a sponge you squeeze and drain the liquid out right. Well I found a product that will do just that. Go to a website called “”. With this treatment not only I will flush my prostate but while doing so it gives me the best orgasms I’ve ever experienced ever and consistently. For those men who can’t get an erection try this you wont need one.
Anyway hope this helps a lot of guys.
Best of health to all.
Joey
 

1. Get a shower filter to lower chlorine levels. Maybe a whole house filter, too?
2. For more zinc, eat: oysters, meat, sprouted pumpkin seeds, cocoa, spinach and yogurt.
3. Use more glass, wood, natural fibers and stainless steel and less plastic. Examples: glass water bottle, bamboo keyboard and mouse, glass tuperware, stainless steel pot and kitchenware, 100% cotton sheets and clothes, tent without extra chemicals.
4. Get good sunshine earlier in the day to activate daytime body cycle.
5. Use coconut oil and butter.
6. Engage in healthy competition.
7. Consider high-quality probiotics – sauerkraut, kimchi, yogurt, etc.

What creates testosterone

what creates testosterone

 
For those who are thinking on what TST to use I’ve been almost through all of them. Done the pellets, shoulder gel and patches. None of them worked as well as the injections. I do 150mg of Cypionate injections every week and I split them in two. So 2 injections every week. And I inject myself and is no big deal. All it took was for the doctors assistant to show me how to inject myself and that is what I only needed to learn. Comparing all treatments the injections are by far the best treatment and also the cheapest with no roller coaster rides. I check the T level in my blood about every 3 month and numbers are consistent. I’m 52 but feel like a teenager again.
I did some research on taking T and my biggest concern was prostate cancer. But searching I found the solution for that also. I have to say the only medical treatment that I like. Think of it this way. The prostate is like a sponge. It has caverns or pockets that will hold bios and through time this can attach to the walls of the prostate and develop cancer. So I thought to empty a sponge you squeeze and drain the liquid out right. Well I found a product that will do just that. Go to a website called “”. With this treatment not only I will flush my prostate but while doing so it gives me the best orgasms I’ve ever experienced ever and consistently. For those men who can’t get an erection try this you wont need one.
Anyway hope this helps a lot of guys.
Best of health to all.
Joey
 

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