Hypogonadism occurs when the hypothalamic-pituitary-testes (HPT) axis is interrupted along any level. This axis causes a release of luteinizing hormone (LH) which stimulates the pituitary to produce follicle stimulating hormone (FSH). These hormones, along with the human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG), are necessary for testosterone production. Without balance or appropriate levels, the Leydig cells do not secrete adequate amounts of testosterone (an androgen hormone). Experts believe that certain genes can lead to hypogonadism, such as TAC3 and TACR3, and gene mutations can lead to Kallmann syndrome and CHARGE syndrome, two forms of hypogonadotripic hypogonadism.
Premature Ejaculation may be Genetic
Researches believe that premature ejaculation may actually be a genetic disorder In Turku Finland, scientists interviewed over three thousand men, who were all male twins, along with their older and younger brothers. Many of the men who were interviewed during this study stated that they had signs of sexual dysfunction from the very first time they had intercourse. Some of the reasons behind the problems were related to outside influences, such as intoxication or even nervousness due to peer pressure and other stress causing factors.
Regardless of the outside influences, researchers believe that premature ejaculation is strongly linked to genetics. They had a group of men undergo a serotonin regulation study. The data that was gathered showed a genetic link to premature ejaculation, which was also affected by environmental factors. This new evidence presents options and opportunities for drug treatments that can be used to correct the issue. Researchers also stand strong with the statement that psychotherapy can be an effective treatment for premature ejaculation, even in cases where the disorder is genetic.
ED Drug Helps with Ejaculation and Orgasm
Drugs that treat erectile dysfunction are proving to not only help a man achieve an erection, but also help them to achieve orgasm during intercourse. The inability to achieve orgasm is called anorgasmia. According to recent study conducted by Darius and colleagues, a new drug used for ED, called Cialis, may help men to ejaculate. The drug already works to completely eliminate the issues that occur with ED.
The researchers found those who took the drug had a great improvement in orgasm compared to those taking the placebo. The study was a meta-analysis of 17 double-blind and placebo-controlled clinical trials of men suffering from ED. They concluded that about 70 percent of men who used the drug during sexual activity were able to ejaculate during intercourse, and it took less time for them to achieve orgasm than it had prior to taking the drug. The drug proved to be effective no matter how severe the condition, so it is a good method for all different cases of erectile dysfunction.
Dr. Darius, lead researcher, stated that normally ED drugs help a man to achieve an erection, but they often do not help with the loss of ejaculation ability. Men who want to solve this issue, as well as those who wish to have children, may want to consider this form of treatment as an effective way to eliminate the symptoms of ED.
New Drug Shows Helps Relieve Symptoms of Benign Prostate Disease
Cialis could help men achieve orgasm during intercourse despite ED, and researchers claim that it can be used to help relieve the pain that many experience with benign prostate disease. Actually, the drug is currently approved for treatment of this problem alone, and can be used separately, without the need to help with erectile dysfunction. Due to the long half-life of the drug, which is approximately 17 hours, it is a beneficial once a day treatment for the elimination of pain associated with benign prostatic hypertrophy.
There are many drugs and treatments available for hypogonadism, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, anorgasmia, and benign prostatic hypertrophy. Both synthetic and natural testosterone boosters can help many who suffer from these conditions, as can Cialis and other drugs. When fertility is desired, men with low testosterone should consider injections of hCG and FSH, two hormones that balance the HPT axis. According to Raynaud and associates (2013), transdermal testosterone treatment does not cause prostate cancer and can benefit men with these conditions.
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