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Ejaculation Frequency And Hormone Balance (for men only)

NOTE: This blog is mainly for men who strength train or who are trying to peek out their testosterone levels without using illegal steroids.

To maintain healthy hormone levels you must achieve a certain amount of orgasms a week. To many orgasms and your testosterone levels can drop below base line. Not enough and you hit the negative feedback loop. Sex with a female is actually more healthy for you compared to masturbation and can be done more frequently without adverse effects (10-14 times a week). In my studies of health and hormones throughout the years I have learned that masturbation produces a hormone called DHT (Dihydrotestosterone). This hormone is what keeps testosterone in its bound state. Testosterone that is bound is inactive and unusable. Its not always about boosting your testosterone but freeing up the bound part of your testosterone. Masturbation for men should be limited to 2-3 times a week.

If you ever get your hormone levels tested make sure the doctor tests for; Total testosterone, Bound testosterone and Free testosterone. Also get a reading for your estrogen, DHT and DHEA levels. Estrogen is a female hormone that all men have a little of. To much can mess you up. Estrogen also keeps testosterone in a bound state. If you have above normal estrogen levels try and get an estrogen blocker. Be careful if you get a testosterone oil base injection prescription. These injections can not only raise your testosterone levels but increase the unwanted female hormone estrogen. So beware.

DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) is a steroid hormone which is considered to be the mother hormone. It is responsible for producing proper testosterone and estrogen levels. As men age this hormone also decreases causing adverse effects and improper hormone levels. You can purchase a DHEA supplement
at most drug stores called "DHEA" They even have it at Wal-Mart. I suggest taking 100-500mg around 3:00pm This is because testosterone levels are at their peek early in the morning and decline steadily throughout the day. Only take this product if you're 35 years of age and older. If your nipples start to get very sensitive then cut back on the dosage. Having sensitive nipples means that there is to much estrogen flowing through your blood. Remember, estrogen is a mans worse enemy.

I can go on and on about this all day. This kind of stuff used to be like a hobby to me. Learning all this kind of stuff came in handy and helped me to get the big biceps that a have. (guns) So I'm going to wrap it up with this final entry;

Try to limit masturbating to 2-3 times a week if you're into working out and being strong. Try limiting sex to 10-14 times a week. Sex for some reason does not produce the DHT hormone. So if you don't have a girlfriend or sex partner, get one.

DHT Can also cause male pattern baldness.

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Frankie M, The Foot Man

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maxximuss1967

Oct 1 @ 11:14AM  
Andro gel was released onto the market in 2004 to repace mens test levels after age 35, you can have a symple test done by your doc.

my dad has been on it for several years, it increases sex drive, and lean body mass, and gives the user a little extra boost of energy and sense of well being.

before 2004 your only options to maintain testosteron level was injection at your docs office every 4-6 weeks. as oral steroids are too toxic on the liver. Most Doctors would not perscribe test due to the side effects.

Andro Gel is a small 1.0z and .5 oz pack for single use. it is rubbed on the chest in the morning and enters the blood stream transdermaly.

just a lil free info to add to FOOT MANS info!

lori478

Oct 1 @ 12:27PM  
The following is an
excerpt from DevBio a companion to devolpmental Biology by
Scott F. Gilbert



5a-Dihydrotestosterone in Adults
Testosterone can be converted into 5a-dihydrotestosterone, a form that binds with even more affinity to the testosterone receptor. In fetuses, 5a-dihydrotestosterone (DHT) causes the development of the prostate gland and the descent of the scrotum. In adults, DHT is still producing phenotypic effects. It is thought that both prostate growth and male pattern baldness may be due to increased production of DHT.

Recently, finasteride (sold as Propecia and Proscar) has been utilized to block the major steroid 5a steroid reductase enzyme that converts testosterone to DHT. This selective action allows the drug to block only the effects of DHT and not the effects of testosterone. In the adult, DHT appears to be especially important in mediating the testosterone effect in the prostate and the hair follicles. Thus, finasteride is active in these regions. (But since testosterone can act in other tissues without being converted to DHT, this drug does not block other characteristics such as libido, potency, sperm production, musculature, or voice.

Proscar has been on the market since 1992 as an alternative to surgery in benign prosatic hyperplasia (BPH). It does not appear to work on all men with BPH, but in some men, it can reduce DHT levels in the prostate by about 90 percent. As a result, the prostate shrinks. On average, it takes about a year to reduce the size of the gland 25%, and it does not usually shrink more than that. Long-term medical therapy with finasteride can reduce clinically significant endpoints such as acute urinary retention or surgery (Bartsch et al., 2000). However, these improvement are not seen in a majority of the cases (Harvard Men’s Medical Watch, 2000) and to achieve these benefits, men with BPH and enlarged prostates have to take Proscar daily, an expensive situation.

Propecia is sold in a lower dose than Proscar (each tablet containing 1 mg finasteride rather than the 5 mg of Proscar). This dose does not control prostate growth, but it can affect the hair follicles—at least to some degree. The drug appears to be able to thicken the hair in young men who have moderate pattern baldness (Roberts et al., 1999). Since Proscar does not grow hair in older men who are bald, Propecia is not expected to revive hair follicles that are inactive (Harvard Men’s Health Watch, 2000).

As expected from its mode of action, a male fetus within a woman taking finasteride might have the same phenotype as a male fetus lacking the 5a steroid reductase enzyme. Studies of finasteride on fetal development in rhesus monkeys (Prahalada et al., 1997) suggests that this drug does cross the placenta and causes the infant monkeys to be born with undescended scrota and small penises. (The dosage was much higher than that expected for a person taking the drug). Since finasteride is being used by some women to regrow thinning hair (something that does not have much support—at least in postmenopausal women—see Whiting et al., 1999), the manufacturers of these drugs warn women not to use it if they are of childbearing age.

Another drug marketed for male pattern baldness is minoxidil (sold as Rogaine). Rogaine does not affect testosterone or DHT, but it does seem to stimulate hair follicles. Its mode of action is not yet clear, although it may work by increasing blood flow to the scalp where it is applied (Kurbel et al., 1999). Like Propecia, Rogaine works only on active hair follicles; it’s only partially effective, and its benefits persist only while it is used daily.

Literature Cited
Bartsch, G., Rittmaster, R. S., and Klocker, H. 2000. Dihydrotestosterone and the concept of 5alpha-reductase inhibition in human benign prostatic hyperplasia. Eur Urol. 2000:367-380.

Harvard Men’s Health Watch 2000. Finasteride revisited: proscar for the prostate and propecia for the pate. 4: 1-4.

Kurbel, S., Kurbel, B., Zanic-Matanic, D. 1999. Minoxidil and male-pattern alopecia: a potential role for a local regulator of sebum secretion with vasoconstrictive effects? Med Hypotheses. 53: 402-406.

Prahalada S, and twelve others. 1997. Effects of finasteride, a type 2 5-alpha reductase inhibitor, on fetal development in the rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta). Teratology 55:119-131.

Roberts J. L., and 23 others. 1999. Clinical dose ranging studies with finasteride, a type 2 5alpha-reductase inhibitor, in men with male pattern hair loss. J Am Acad Dermatol. 41: 555-563.

Whiting, D.A., Waldstreicher, J., Sanchez, M., and Kaufman, K. D. 1999. Measuring reversal of hair miniaturization in androgenetic alopecia by follicular counts in horizontal sections of serial scalp biopsies: results of finasteride 1 mg treatment of men and postmenopausal women. J Investig Dermatol Symp Proc. 4: 282-284.

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DeDe54

Oct 1 @ 1:29PM  
lol I just wanted you to know, I'm reading this!!!!!!!!!!! *giggles*

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