The Latest Low Testosterone News And Product Releases
The treatment of low testosterone is an ever changing science, new methods and products are constantly being released, and some treatments that were always considered to be effective are now being re-evaluated and occasionally being found to be not as effective as first thought.
We aim to keep you up to date with all the crucial developments in the treatment of this debilitating condition.
July 6th 2018
A recent study carried out in China has uncovered a direct link between the intake of sugar sweetened beverages and low testosterone.
We all like a nice cold soda on a hot day, but this may put you off for good!
April 6th 2016
A recent study has shown a defined link between low testosterone and poor dental health.. The study carried out in Texas compared the bone and teeth structure of both castrated and non-castrated macaque monkeys..
November 17th 2015
Researchers in Taiwan have proven a definite link between plasticisers found in everyday plastics and reduced levels or testosterone along with increased infertility..
The report was published in the Health Journal Human Reproduction
August 11th 2015
One of the largest studies ever carried out has shown that maintaining healthy testosterone levels with the help of testosterone boosters can reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke by up to 36%, the study (looking at over 83000 men) was published this month in the European Heart Journal.
July 31st 2015
A recent study has shown that drug based testosterone treatments (TRT) are essential in the treatment of men who are suffering the andropause (male menopause) this much discussed condition and the study results themselves has raised many eyebrows across the medical profession with numerous experts disagreeing with the study results.
July 6th 2015
Was the worldwide banking crisis caused by stockmarket traders with way too much testosterone?
Recent studies show that this could well be the root cause of the problem….
April 21st 2015
A definite link between some soaps and other household goods and reduced erection capability has been determined by recent studies… the culprit appears to be Triclosan – a common component found in antibacterial products, along with everyday items such as toothpastes and childs toys.. the problem is so real that the FDA are taking an depth look at Triclosan, which could ultimately lead to it being banned..
March 31st 2015
The FDA have increased their earlier guidelines on how drug companies must label their products, this follows confirmation of an increased risk of cardiac Arrest and other problems after using topical drug based products such as Axirion.
March 10th 2015
A study in Australia has shown a definite link between the amount of sex we have as we get older and our levels of testosterone… it is thought that its the amount of sex that we have that determines our testosterone levels and not the other way round as thought… The study makes interesting reading.
February 28th 2015
The FDA have added further to their official statement on testosterone drugs, this addition concerns new requirements on how the drug manufacturers must display warnings of the possible health risks linked to their products
February 15th 2015
A study carried out at St Jude Children’s Research Hospital in the US has discovered that many people who received cranial radiation as part of cancer treatment as children, will often develop low testosterone in later life… the problem (which affects the pituitary gland also reduces estrogen in women.
January 28th 2015
A clinical study held in Vienna has highlighted a direct link between low testosterone and cases of depression…
The link is between two hormones – Testosterone and Seratonin
January 15th 2015
The FDA have delayed the launch of Anatares Pharma’s new low T drug Quickshot after trials showed that a patient suffered hives after taking the drug. Further testing is now required
December 16th 2014
Time magazine reports on a study held in France that has confirmed a direct link between eating red peppers or chilli’s and increased testosterone levels in men.
The study – called ‘Some Like It Hot’ was carried out at Grenoble University and involved 114 men aged between 18 and 44.
December 2nd 2014
A soldier in Australia has made a claim for compensation after telling an enquiry board that his war service left him with low testosterone which he claims was directly caused by post traumatic stress disorder.
November 28th 2014
Reports are coming in of studies that have shown that 2 chemicals found in everyday hand soaps along with many other household items could be responsible for the general reduction in testosterone levels in many men throughout the US. The two chemicals in question are Triclosan and Triclocarban. The FDA are currently investigating..
November 20th 2014
Details of a study announced in Chicago has revealed that Low Testosterone Drugs, may not cause heart attacks after all.. instead it is thought that they may actually prevent such episodes.. further research is required but it could be good news for drug companies who are currently facing lawsuits from patients who claim that their products did cause heart attacks and strokes
November 4th 2014
It has been announced that there is a defined link between low testosterone treatments and improvements in patients with mellitus type 2 diabetes.. the study (details released today in the foodconsumer.org news letter) gives information on the study and its results
October 18th 2014
A recent study involving 115 men aged under 70 in Argentina has demonstrated a direct link between low testosterone levels and increased risk of heart disease in men suffering with type 2 diabetes.
The study was published in the Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism.
September 29th 2014
The worldwide release of the UK’s best selling Low Testosterone booster has been announced by its manufacturers.. The supplement – called Prime Male uses a well thought out and cleverly devised natural formula that contains clinically proven ingredients that tackle all the aspects and symptoms of reduced testosterone.
Prices start at $69 and orders are protected by a 90 day guarantee
September 18th 2014
The FDA have announced today that they plan to impose stricter regulations on both the advertising and prescription of drug based therapies…. the article published today in the New York Times tells us that the ever increasing number of lawsuits filed by patients who blame these treatments for serious health problems has sparked this rethink by the FDA…
August 29th 2014
At a meeting of the Endocrine Society recently held in Chicago, made public were results of a study that followed the effects of testosterone supplementation on older men with mobility problems or reduced aerobic capacity.. the results were quite conclusive..
August 2nd 2014
Results of a recent study have been released by the Journal of Urology.. the detail’s – published this week in the New York Times explain how the study has looked at the best time to take a testosterone blood test… previously it has been thought that the best time is early morning.. something that this study refutes for all except young men.
July 29th 2014
Reports are coming in of clinical trials looking at a new version of a drug called Clomid that up to now has been used to treat female infertility.
It is thought that the new version of this drug – expected to be called ANDROXAL will offer fewer side effects to men and be more efficient than current prescription testosterone treatments
July 15th 2014
Toronto based Health Canada, have today issued a warning to Canadian men advising both them and their doctor’s to proceed with caution when using prescription based testosterone treatments.
Their own recent studies have echoed other results from around the world, advising that some drug based therapies could cause heart problems in some patients..
July 2nd 2014
Reported in the Legal Examiner today are details released by the FDA concerning the reported increased risk of blood clots being caused by prescription testosterone treatments. This increased risk is another potential side effect that can now be added to the list that already includes heart attacks, stroke and even death in some cases.
Numerous Lawsuits have now been filed across the USA with patients claiming that the drug manufacturers failed to advise or clearly label their products with the relevant health warnings
June 23rd 2014
Recent studies announced in Chicago have highlighted a link between soy protein and improved testosterone levels, the study also demonstrated an improvement in both type 2 diabetes and general cardiac health.
The study involved subjects taking 7.5mg of soy protein per day for 90 days, and the results were rather encouraging.
May 30th 2014
The FDA has recently approved Natesto, the revamped version of CompleoTRT.. it is a prescription testosterone gel that is applied nasally by the use of a special nasal applicator,
It is thought that it will minimise the risk of secondary exposure the women and children – often a real problem with conventional testosterone gels.
May 28th 2014
SBwire tells us of a recent study that has shown a link between Tribulus Terrestris and reduced cases of depression in men suffering with low testosterone.
The natural ingredient has so far failed to prove its T-boosting abilities, but this study might just confirm a use for this natural extract after all.
May 20th 2014
An Australian Journal has today added its weight behind the recent claims regarding the link between low testosterone and increased risk of prostate cancer.
May 5th 2014
Studies have highlighted a link between increased severity of prostate cancers and reduced testosterone levels in otherwise low risk patients.
The publication in the BJU International suggests how Doctors should be more aware of T levels in their patients and how they can use the results to monitor and identify increased risk of the development of prostate cancer.
April 29th 2014
The BBC today asks the question – ‘Do men really need testosterone replacement therapy?‘
Their article looks into the benefits and effects of this treatment, its safety and concerns over the initial diagnosis and treatments
April 19th 2014
A top law firm has launched a new website helping and advising men who have suffered the ill effects of prescription testosterone therapy to file a lawsuit.
April 10th 2014
Reports from Barts Hospital in London UK, has today highlighted a definite link between hypogonadism and reduced cognitive function and disability in men suffering from Multiple Sclerosis.
April 1st 2014
The Legal Examiner has today released details of a study that highlights the fact that testosterone treatments are largely over prescribed by doctors and more importantly are given to patients who either do not need the treatment or are at potential risk from the therapy
March 26th 2014
A second lawsuit has been filed in Pennsylvania this week claiming that another testosterone gel – Testim has caused cardiac problems in users, the lawsuit, similar to others recently announced, clams that the manufacturers failed to disclose the risks of potentially deadly side effects, putting patients at risk..
March 22nd 2014
A lawsuit has been filed in Georgia that claims that the manufacturers of prescription testosterone boosting gel Androgel failed to disclose the fact that their product can cause life threatening side effects, the 49 year old plaintiff, claims that using the gel caused him to have no less than three heart attacks.
March 21st 2014
A new study has raised doubts into the effectiveness of blood tests when used to diagnose low testosterone – the report tells us that vastly varying results can be found when testing the same blood sample at different laboratories
March 6th 2014 –
FDA approves Aveed – the FDA have just announced that they have approved Aveed – a prescription only injectable treatment made by Endo International PLC for low testosterone for use throughout the US. Despite this approval, the product has raised concerns with some medical experts