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Watch out guys! Your fat may become estrogen
by Parviz Kavoussi
Watch out guys! Your fat may become estrogen As men age, their testosterone levels decrease, but with regular exercise, the amounts of testosterone the body makes can be more effectively utilized

The more fat cells a guy has, the more of his testosterone is turned into estrogen.

It’s why hitting the gym and staying on top of your cardiovascular exercise is of paramount importance. The more fat a guy puts on the more the testosterone is converted into estrogen, which essentially drops the testosterone levels.
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Attention Men: “Breast Cancer Awareness” Is For You, Too
by David E. Sumner
Attention Men: “Breast Cancer Awareness” Is For You, Too Most men are not aware of the possibility of breast cancer. For The American Journal of Nursing, A University of Colorado researcher interviewed twenty-eight men with at least one maternal female relative with a breast cancer history, but who had never experienced it themselves. Nearly 80 percent of these men did not know that men could get breast cancer. None of them reported that their primary care provider had ever told them about the possibility of breast cancer.


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Answers to the question all men want to know...
Is there help for ED?

by Mark A. Goldstein, MD
Answers to the question all men want to know... Is there help for ED?
Every man should expect an occasional bout with erectile dysfunction, especially as he gets older. You should consult your doctor if ED persists for more than two or three months.

Erectile dysfunction, the current term of choice for what long was known as impotence, refers to the inability to obtain an adequate erection for sexual performance and satisfaction. Erectile dysfunction, or ED, is thought to be quite common, affecting between 20 million and 30 million American men (and their partners). An estimated 620,000 men between ages forty and seventy have a bout of erectile dysfunction each year.
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A no-name condition that affects 487,000 men per year… It’s not your wife’s menopause
by Karen A. Thomas, MD
A no-name condition that affects 487,000 men per year… It’s not your wife’s menopause Hot flashes and lackluster libido have long frustrated menopausal women, but men aren’t immune to the vagaries of dwindling hormone levels, either. While menopause is clearly defined and predictable in women, it is an insidious yet relentless process dogging every aging male—and right now, there is no miracle cure.
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What you need to know about...Vasectomy Reversal
by Karen Elizabeth Boyle, MD
Sperm, Vasectomy Reversal Vasectomy reversals are also requested by couples who have merely “changed their minds,” as well as by couples who have lost a child.

Vasectomy is a safe and effective form of birth control chosen worldwide by approximately 15% of all couples seeking advice about contraception. A vasectomy is the surgical division of the vas deferens, the tube that carries sperm away from the testes. Interestingly, increasing numbers of men are now seeking urologic consultations for vasectomy reversals, most commonly because of remarriage and the desire to ...
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