Category Archives: Dr. Ali’s Testosterone Course

Falling Levels of Testosterone in the Elderly (Low TestLate-onset hypogonadism)

Majid Ali, M.D. Blood testosterone levels fall progressively with age. A large number of men aged >60 years have serum testosterone levels that are below the lower limits of young adult men aged 20–30 years. This age-related change has been designated as late-onset hypogonadism (LOH). In many, but not all, elderly individuals, it is associated with significant quality of life

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Teenage Testosterone Toxicity Syndrome

Teenage Testosterone Toxicity Syndrome (TTTS) Majid Ali, M.D. In this article I introduce the term “Teenage Testosterone Toxicity State (TTTS) to make teenage girls and their parents aware of the serious, neglected, and spreading problem of testosterone toxicity among teenage girls and young women. The photograph below shows just one disturbing aspect of TTTS. One Face of Teenage Testosterone Toxicity

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The Low Testosterone Epidemic

Majid Ali, M.D. The low testosterone state is a spreading scourge of our time. Changing testosterone profiles in the general population say much about the shape of things to come. When I see men with blood testosterone levels above 750 ng/dL, they are nearly always sixty years of age or older, except for men who have received anti-androgen therapies for

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Testosterone, the Heart, and Lapdog of The New York

  A Story From The New York Times Majid Ali, M.D. A 98-year-old man asked his doctor to give him the largest testosterone shot he had even given anyone. The puzzled doctor asked, “Why do you want testosterone?” “I need it,” the old man spoke urgently. “But why the largest testosterone shot for you?” “Because I need it desperately.” The words

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