Why men lose interest in sex

Decreased Sexual Appetite In Men With the current sociological pressures on men when it comes to sex, a sudden or gradual loss of sex drive can bring on feelings of shame and embarrassment.  However, the problem is much more common than one might expect, effecting as many

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What causes low testosterone in young men

The Symptoms & Impacts Of Low Testosterone The fabled “male menopause,” which is actually a moderate to severe deficiency in the levels of testosterone in a man’s body, is commonly believed to happen in older men aged 40 and over.  However, low testosterone can occur in younger

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Low libido in women

Causes Of Low Libido In Women There may be many factors that can cause a decrease in sexual appetite in women.  Many are simple lifestyle issues that can be easily rectified.  Identifying the source of low libido takes a little bit of reflection and can sometimes be

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Causes of low libido

Low Libido In Men & Women Alike At some point in any man or woman’s life, there may come a time when they simply lack the drive and desire to have sex.  The causes for these are many, but baring certain diseases and medical conditions that are

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How to increase libido

Libido, Men & Women’s Sexual Desire Libido is defined as a person’s sexual drive or desire for sexual activity. Libido is mainly increased or decreased by the production or reduced production of testosterone. Men and women experience peak levels of libido at different ages, men hit their

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What Hormone Replacement Therapy Is Used For

What Hormone Replacement Therapy Is Used For Hormone replacement therapy is used to treat the symptoms of hormone deficiency in men and women. For menopausal symptoms hormone therapy refers to the treatment of estrogen or an estrogen-progesterone combination treatment. For testosterone deficiency symptoms, naturally, hormone therapy refers

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How Hormone Therapy Is Given

Hormone Therapy For The Treatment of Cancer Hormones, most commonly produced by the ovaries and testicles, can help breast cancer or prostate cancer cells grow. Hormone therapy is given to cancer patients, post cancer surgery, and patients with a high risk of cancer, via methods which help

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Does Hormone Therapy Cause Weight Gain

Does Hormone Therapy Cause Weight Gain? Although estrogen could cause your body to retain water, which could lead to temporary weight gain, hormone replacement therapy has not been shown to cause weight gain. In the case of experiencing an increase in water retention, your doctor can adjust

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The Benefits & Risks of Hormone Therapy

What Are The Benefits & Risks of Hormone Therapy The Women’s Health Initiative hormone study in 2002, involving over 16,000 women between the ages of 50 and 79 being treated with estrogen and progestin, was stopped 3 years early due to the early findings which showed statistically

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What Are Bioidentical Hormones

What Are Bioidentical Hormones? Bioidentical hormones are hormones that have an identical molecular structure to the hormones that your body naturally produces. Due to possible risk of cancer and blood clots, the use of hormone therapy for the relief of menopausal symptoms has decreased. Bioidentical hormones, on

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