26May, 2018

Viagra Type Medications

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-The inhibitors of DPE5 Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability to achieve or maintain an adequate erection for satisfactory sexual performance. It should be noted that ED may be a consequence of certain risk factors such as high blood pressure and diabetes, as we have already commented in other articles of this blog. Likewise, those suffering from diabetes or obesity are characterized by higher rates of ED in relation to the general population, with a prevalence that increases according to age and duration of the disease. Phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) […]
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26May, 2018

CONSIDERATIONS ABOUT CHOLESTEROL

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– VERY HIGH LDLs (190 mg / dl) People with very high LDL usually have a genetic form of hypercholesterolemia: monogenic family hypercholesterolemia, familial defect of apolipoprotein B, and polygenic hypercholesterolemia. The early detection of these disorders by determining cholesterol in young adults is necessary to prevent premature coronary disease. Cholesterol testing in relatives is important to identify affected family members. These disorders often require a combination therapy (statin + bile acid sequestrant or ezetemiba and omega 3) to achieve an adequate reduction of LDLs. – ELEVATED TRIGLYCERIDES Recent meta-analyzes […]
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5May, 2018

Anemia and testosterone

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Testosterone is a hormone that has a fundamental role for the development and well-being of men: it defines its appearance, affects its state of mind and its sexual capacity. But as age advances, production gradually decreases. Erythropoiesis, ie the formation of red blood cells, whose life is approximately 120 days and indispensable, to carry the oxygen that all our cells need is a hormonally regulated process. At least two hormones have the properties of inducing the production of erythrocytes, erythropoietin (Epo) and testosterone. -Testosterone and erythropoiesis Testosterone regulates erythropoiesis in […]
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5May, 2018

FEMALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION

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FEMALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION The most frequent is the Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (TDH), which affects nearly to 30% of women up to 49 years of age and increases to 42% in women with menopause. About one in three women have some sexual dysfunction. The TDSF consists in the persistent or recurrent absence of sexual fantasies and, or sexual activity that causes a personal anguish. The testosterone deficiency is linked to the decrease of the feeling of well-being, greater depression, the reduction of the sexual desire, the receptivity and sexual arousal. […]
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5May, 2018

POST-FINASTERIDE SYNDROME

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Publication on Post-Finasteride Syndrome by Dr. Ángel Cunill, Director of Andrological Clinic. The US National Institutes of Health UU Now they also recognize Post-Finasteride Syndrome (SFP) through its Information Center on Rare and Genetic Diseases. Post-Finasteride Syndrome (PFS) is characterized by persistent sexual, neurological, and physical adverse reactions in patients who have taken finasteride. The referred symptoms include loss of libido, erectile dysfunction, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, contraction of the penis, gynecomastia, muscular atrophy, cognitive deterioration, insomnia, severely dry skin. The condition can have a severe impact on victims and […]
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