How to prevent testosterone from becoming estrogen

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Matt Cook here, and most men don’t have a problem producing testosterone.

Their bodies produce testosterone just fine — only, it’s being turned into estrogen.

So estrogen levels are rising, and testosterone levels are still low.

And that’s a killer for a man’s natural rockiness, his libido, his muscle mass, his masculinity, and more.

So I’m going to show you a way to prevent testosterone from being turned into estrogen…

So you have high T, low estrogen, and rock-solid rockiness.

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How to prevent testosterone from becoming estrogen

Hormones play a huge role in the ability to achieve and maintain strong rockiness.

Low testosterone, high estrogen, and high prolactin can play havoc with your sex life.

Sex researchers use a questionnaire called the International Index for “Rockiness” Function to score erections and to score different components of performance.

Part 3 on the questionnaire relates to the ability to achieve rockiness. 

Part 4 concerns maintaining rockiness.

Researchers found that the combination of low testosterone and high estrogen has a particularly bad effect on section 3 and 4 — the ability to achieve and maintain rockiness.

This has implications for testosterone replacement in men with erections problems.

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The human research was carried out at Suez Canal University in Egypt. The paper was published in the Asian Journal of Andrology.

It’s well known that low testosterone or high estrogen can play havoc with rockiness. 

This study was designed to look at the interaction between both these hormonal states on erections function.

“Our aim was to assess the impact of the association between high estrogen and low testosterone levels on ‘penile’ dysfunction severity.”

The researchers recruited 614 men with poor rockiness.

Some men had low testosterone. Some of the men had high estrogen.

All of the men completed detailed questionnaires looking at their ability to achieve and maintain rockiness.

This came in the form of the standard IEEF.

The researchers were particularly interested in question 3 and question 4 — which relate to achieving and maintaining rockiness.

They look at the scores in groups of men with different hormonal patterns.

The hormonal groups were:

  • Normal testosterone and normal estrogen
  • Low testosterone and normal estrogen
  • Low testosterone at high estrogen
  • Normal testosterone and high estrogen

First, the researchers confirmed what has been seen in other studies.

Low testosterone is associated with an inability to achieve rociness and an inability to maintain rociness.

High estrogen is also associated with the same erections problems.

“Increased ‘penile’ dysfunction severity was significantly associated with low testosterone levels or elevated estrogen levels.”

But the new finding from this study was in relation to the combination of low testosterone and high estrogen.

Men with low-T and high estrogen were more likely to have problems achieving and maintaining rockiness.

“Additionally, the mean scores for question 3 and question 4 were significantly lower in patients with both low testosterone and elevated estrogen compared to patients with any one condition alone.”

Both low testosterone and high estrogen cause rociness problems individually — the combination of both abnormal hormone levels makes things worse.

“Low testosterone had a primary effect on ‘penile’ function but combined with elevated estrogen there was an additive impairment effect on the ability to achieve and maintain ‘rociness.’

It’s an important finding because sometimes men with erections problems can identify low testosterone and try to treat it by simply using supplemental testosterone.

The problem is that estrogen may be already elevated — and estrogen is made from testosterone.

In this case adding more testosterone will likely increase estrogen further.

When there is a low testosterone + high estrogen problem, adding more testosterone to the mix will not give great results.

In this case, you need to make sure to prevent testosterone from becoming estrogen. 

This is done by substances called aromatase inhibitors which lower aromatase — the enzyme which turns testosterone into estrogen.

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One spoonful of this T soup slows down aromatase — boosts natural testosterone while lowering harmful estrogen

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Many men don’t have a problem producing testosterone.

Not even in men in their 50s, 60s, 70s, and beyond.

The real problem is a process called aromatization that speeds up as a man ages…

With aromatization, testosterone is being created but getting turned into estrogen.

And that’s the problem — too much testosterone is getting turned into estrogen.

So T levels go down and estrogen levels go up!

But when you drink a little of this 2-minute T soup I’ve discovered, you slow down aromatase…

So testosterone STAYS testosterone — and your T levels shoot upwards while estrogen falls back down.

Here’s how to make my T Soup at home — free recipe

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the https://www.dailymedicaldiscoveries.com/stopping-topamax/ to ensure accuracy.

 

Impact of the association between elevated oestradiol and low testosterone levels on erectile dysfunction severity

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