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Interestingly, there are more testosterone receptors in brain than any other part of the body.

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Comment by Dr Deepak Chaturvedi on October 30, 2012 at 12:03am

Testosterone replacement does not improve the visual component of sexual arousal. Means , if someone is not getting sexual arousal with visual cues then it is highly unlikely that he will show benefit with testosterone replacement.

Comment by Dr Deepak Chaturvedi on October 30, 2012 at 12:01am

High dose salicylates (Aspirin) has proven to be beneficial in Metabolic Syndrome. But the side effects are still bigger concern.

Comment by Dr Deepak Chaturvedi on October 24, 2012 at 5:16am

Oxytocin improves social binding but may make someone emotionally unstable. It has some ADH like actions too which may lead to fluid retention. It increases the strength of ejaculate and orgasm but simultaneously lead to post orgasmic refractoriness. Its certain physiological roles are opposite to progesterone. Does it mean , it may lead to more emotional unstable PMS spells??? Think about all this ...............

Comment by Dr Deepak Chaturvedi on October 24, 2012 at 5:13am

Oxytocin treatment has shown some hope in improving the social behavior and autism like disorders. Animal studies are promising but we need to wait for some more time till the human studies show convincing results.

Comment by Dr Deepak Chaturvedi on May 26, 2010 at 11:59pm
More interestingly , bald men have low testosterone levels? Baldness , no more a sign of sexuality..... or maleness ....
Comment by Dr Deepak Chaturvedi on May 26, 2010 at 11:58pm
Interestingly , heavy exercises and crash diets for weight loss lead to low LH and FSH. This leads to low testosterone in men promoting premature aging. Low FSH leads to decreased spermatogenesis leading to infertility. In women the disturbance may lead to Low estrogen , low progesterone, anovulation but high testosterone. Think , how the glamour industry women become bald and bold? This may be the cause.
Comment by Dr Deepak Chaturvedi on January 28, 2010 at 12:13am
Use of Finesteride in females even in low doses may lead to loss of interest, loss of libido, demotivation and feeling of low/discouraged. Just keep a check on these symptoms, if using Finesteride in females to combat male pattern baldness. Spironolactone is a good alternative along with Saw Palmetto. Saw palmetto has estrogenic potential also.
Comment by Dr Deepak Chaturvedi on January 28, 2010 at 12:10am
Estrogen can be of great help in male pattern baldness in females.My last comment was about the role of estrogen in male baldness.
Comment by Dr Deepak Chaturvedi on January 26, 2010 at 12:23am
I personally don't advocate the use of Estrogens in treating the male pattern baldness. As I had commented earlier we should avoid using hormones as antagonists to each others. Low dose progesterone may be of good help. I suggest : Scalp mesotherapy + Bio Identical Progesterone local application + Biweekly Ketoconazole (Nizoral) application + Saw palmetto +/- Finesteride should help. Keep a check on development of gynecomastia and loss of libido. Nutritional supplements should not be ignored.
Comment by Dr. Praveen Kumaar Saxenaa on January 25, 2010 at 10:34pm
Hi Deepak
can u elaborate bout role of estrogen in treating male pattern baldness

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