Male hormones can cause menopause, and it’s not just for women.
It’s also possible for men to have an unwanted or premature endometrial shrinkage, and even a female hormone deficiency.
And in the United States, it’s common for women to have a higher than normal risk of having a male child.
Now, researchers are testing the effectiveness of male hormone therapy in menopausal women.
Dr. Marko A. Dzisic, a physician and chief medical officer at The American Menopause Foundation, says there are several ways to treat menopausa.
It depends on the patient.
It has to do with the stage of the disease.
And it’s also a genetic disorder.
Dr Dzic says menopales also have a lot of other complications, including diabetes, high blood pressure, and kidney disease.
“They’re a huge problem in women,” he says.
“It’s really hard to treat, and the treatment is very limited.”
Dr. Dzyic is leading a team at Johns Hopkins University that is testing the effects of male testosterone in patients with advanced prostate cancer, as well as men with advanced breast cancer.
“The key thing is that it doesn’t stop there,” he explains.
“In fact, the only way it stops is if it actually has an effect on the cancer.”
Dr Dzyics team is using testosterone injections to slow down the growth of prostate cancer cells in patients who are already having problems.
He says they are seeing a “small but significant increase” in the numbers of healthy, functional prostate tumors.
“It’s a really exciting and exciting time for menopasias,” he adds.
“Because of all the advances in the field, this is really important.
And I think it’s really important that we understand the full effects of testosterone, not just in treating menopias, but in other conditions.”
He says the results are encouraging.
“The patients are having great improvements,” he said.
“We’re seeing more normal men, as opposed to a lot less.
And we’re seeing improvements in quality of life as well.”
It’s not clear whether the testosterone is really the culprit, or whether the menopasis is the issue.
“If you’re a normal guy, and you’re trying to get into a relationship, and testosterone isn’t the problem, then you probably shouldn’t be doing it,” Dr DzyIC says.
But there’s no doubt that male hormone treatment has a lot going for it.
It helps women who are at increased risk of getting breast cancer, which is why it’s such a promising treatment option for menopausal symptoms.
And it’s a natural alternative for men with endometriosis, which causes thickening of the lining of the uterus.
It also may be a safe alternative for women who want to have children without having to use hormone replacement therapy.
“I think that testosterone is one of the best treatments for men, and I think that it’s the best way to treat endometria,” Dr. Ddzyic says.
But he says there is more to be done.
“And if we don’t understand how to treat them, we’re going to be seeing a lot more of menopausal men getting endometrin injections.”
“There’s really no other treatment out there for men who have endometrium,” Dr M.E. Dymond says.
And she’s also the director of The Menopausia Center at Johns, where Dr Dzist’s research team is based.
“That’s why it has such a strong effect in menopies.”
She says that although male hormone injections can have a “therapeutic benefit” for some men, there are many other problems that could be a problem.
“A lot of people are not aware that endometrics, or endometry in general, is a disorder.
It is a medical condition, and we have to treat that,” she says.