It’s not low T that’s the problem… it’s this bad estrogen!
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Men: lower this bad estrogen — and raise your drive
The popular view is that estrogen is a female hormone while testosterone is the male hormone.
Of course, hormones are a lot more complicated than this.
Testosterone is indeed a remarkably protective hormone in men.
But the role of estrogen is as an inflammatory mediator.
Estrogen rises with physiological stress or injury.
And chronically elevated estrogen levels are a marker for all types of disease.
Research into male sexual problems has shown that high estrogen has just as much a role to play as low testosterone.
The human research took place out at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, National University Hospital, 5 Lower Kent Ridge Road, Singapore. The Singapore Medical Journal published the results.
Men and women produce a number of different estrogens…
Estradiol is one of the most important.
High levels of estradiol have been linked to any number of health conditions, including breast cancer in women.
When men age, testosterone levels tend to go down and estradiol goes up.
Low testosterone is known to be strongly associated with poor sex drive and erections problems – but the role of estradiol is less well known.
“The aging process is accompanied by a number of changes including decline in testosterone and physiological imbalance [in the] estrogen-testosterone ratio.”
This study was designed to look at the relationship between estradiol, testosterone, and sex drive in men.
“Hormone profile data from a group of erectile dysfunction patients were reviewed to evaluate the impact of hormones on erectile dysfunction.”
All of the men in the study had been diagnosed with erections problems.
But some of the men had low or non-existent sex drive too.
“30 erectile dysfunction patients’ case notes with a record of hormone profiles were retrospectively reviewed.”
The men were assigned to two different groups according to whether or not they had sexual desire.
“These patients were divided into two groups based on the history of presence or absence of adequate sexual desire.”
The researchers found that sex drive was related to both testosterone and estradiol.
Many lost the desire to have sex as they got older – and both high estradiol (estrogen) and low testosterone were implicated.
“In the low libido group, estradiol-testosterone derangement with age was statistically significant – with lower testosterone and higher estradiol.”
Contrary to popular belief, it is not just low testosterone that causes male sexual problems.
Estrogen is a common factor in these health problems too.
What’s more, low libido and penile dysfunction are strong predictors of other health problems such as cardiovascular disease.
“The significant increase in estradiol indicates the possible role for estrogen in causation and/or persistence of erectile dysfunction.”
There is other research showing the effect of estrogen on male sexual function.
This includes research carried out at the Qilu Medical College, Shandong University, Jinan, China and published in Translational Andrology and Urology.
In that study, 135 men carried out the IIEF5 questionnaire – the standard assessment for erections problems.
They also had devices fitted to their penis while they slept – to measure night-time boners, a more objective measure of penile function.
The results of these tests were compared against blood estrogen (estradiol) levels.
Higher estradiol was clearly associated with greater erections problems.
“With increasing estradiol concentration, multivariate analysis showed an obvious reduction in base erection time among patients with normal Rigiscan results as estradiol concentration increased.”
Estrogen is a major factor in libido, rockiness, and overall health.
Confounding the relationship between estrogen-testosterone and male health is the fact that testosterone can be converted into estradiol.
So, for men with low testosterone and sexual problems, simply adding more testosterone might make things worse.
You need to block the conversion of testosterone to estradiol – boosting testosterone and lowering estrogen at the same time.
You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about diagnosing and treating any health-related problems.
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