Some people use hormones as part of their treatments for sexual dysfunction. Most people have a low sex drive, but some don't. I am here to help you understand the sex hormone benefits, side effects, and questions people ask about their products. I want to make sure everyone understands that hormones should be used under your doctor's advice. Please be careful. You may be able to find better products on the internet and at health stores that don't tell you about the possible side effects.
The following are a few examples of the common questions I get from people who are considering buying hormones. Some are about things that are common in medical school, but aren't necessarily important for people getting started. Some people have questions about how the hormones affect your heart. I don't have answers to your questions. Question 1: I was just wondering if you could tell me a little bit more about what the testosterone product does to your body. Answer 1: I can say that most men don't know what it's like to get their testosterone shot. If your doctor doesn't tell you about it or you're unsure about it, it's up to you to find out.