Dear Roach • The last time I saw my urologist, I asked him to check my testosterone levels because they hadn’t been examined in several years. The nurse told me that it was low and I had to make an appointment with one of her colleagues who specialized in care for it. When I saw the doctor, he prescribed generic Cialis for daily use and oral clomiphene tablets.
Before I took clomiphene tablets, my wife looked for medicine in a prescription drug and found that it was originally prescribed for women who had difficulty getting pregnant. We were surprised, but thought that because the book was older, the prescription could now be used as a treatment for low testosterone or low libido. Could you give me advice about this recipe? – W.R.
Answer • Clomiphene is an anti-estrogen, and besides being used for female infertility, Clomiphene is also used by some specialists to increase testosterone levels. Estrogen causes the feedback loop to stop testosterone synthesis, thereby blocking estrogen from stimulating testosterone production. I read a lot of anecdotal reports and some case studies that show good results with clomiphene.
However, this treatment was not approved by the Food and Drug Administration, and data showing safety and efficacy are not as good as treatment with testosterone. Antiestrogens are also used in men with breast cancer, and side effects recorded in this population include fatigue (21%), anxiety (20%), sleep disturbance (19%), decreased libido (11%) and weight gain (10% ).
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