Vigor Quest – NYTimes story on Andropause

Posted: 2010 in andropause, Cenegenics, H.C.G


His age-management program could fill a spreadsheet. Life began reciting from memory: 1,000 milligrams of calcium daily, coenzyme Q10 pills twice a day, 5,000 units of vitamin D, 4 grams of fish oil, 10 milligrams of melatonin at bedtime, a testosterone injection once a week, human-growth hormone once a day. “That reminds me,” he said, reaching into his desk drawer. “I’ve got to give myself a shot.”

The majority of Comite’s patients never need human-growth hormone, although a guy who says he intends to kick soccer balls until “the pain exceeds the pleasure” may want to keep that option open. As for testosterone, H.C.G. eventually loses its effectiveness as the testicles run dry. The only option is to turn to synthetic testosterone.

Comments
  1. Anonymous says:

    As we age testosterone becomes scarce and our estrogen increases. (Now I know why my old man watches chick flicks today.) This is actually now known as Androgen Deficiency. But try to talk to a doctor about increasing your test and you are labeled a criminal or worse.Signed, Munix.

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