Posts Tagged "Testosterone"

Andropause

Andropause

  What is Andropause? Previously called “Male Menopause” and now also referred to as “Low-T”, Andropause is the condition in men characterized by having lower Testosterone levels usually peak in the late teens and early twenties. There is a slow…

FATIGUE – Les Cole, MD, ABAARM, ABIHM

FATIGUE – Les Cole, MD, ABAARM, ABIHM

  Fatigue is one of the most common symptoms we see in functional medicine. Most patients have seen multiple doctors; have been told they are getting old, are depressed or need to exercise; are on multiple medications – antianxiety, anti-depressant,…

Low Testosterone & Prostate Cancer

Low Testosterone & Prostate Cancer

For years and even still today many doctors will not prescribe testosterone to men with low testosterone levels because they believe it will increase the risk of prostate cancer. This is medical dogma that has never been based in science….

Osteoporosis and Calcium Toxicity

Osteoporosis and Calcium Toxicity

                      .     What is osteoporosis? To be honest, this is not really an easy question, though you will hear simple answers from many practitioners. “It is thinning of…

Women’s Sexual Health by Les Cole, MD

Women’s Sexual Health by Les Cole, MD

What Are the Aspects of Women’s Sexual Health?   In both women and men the biological systems and pathways that mediate the sexual response are surprisingly the same. Ranging from our brain (cerebral cortex) where sexual thoughts and fantasies originate…

Men’s Sexual Health – Les Cole, MD

Men’s Sexual Health – Les Cole, MD

Male sexual health… is often not discussed leaving many men not knowing where to turn for help. There are several sexual issues that often get jumbled together that result in the frustration, discouragement and sometimes despondency of failed sexual interaction….

Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement

Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement

Hormones are the signaling molecules that regulate the body’s cellular metabolism and function. Many of them actually enter the nucleus of the cells and turn on and turn off specific genes. They are profoundly important. The hormones include insulin, cortisol,…