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Low Testosterone Treatment by Medicinal Leech

A decrease in androgen levels can be detected by the absence of sexual desire and a depressed psychological state.
It is not uncommon to hear nowadays that modern men not only look less masculine, but also their abilities as the stronger sex have become quite modest. After all, it is quite rare now to meet a man capable of daily sex even among 20-year-olds, although this should be the norm up to 60 years of age and beyond! What is happening?

What are the symptoms of testosterone deficiency in men?
A decrease in androgen levels can be detected by the absence of sexual desire and a depressed psychological state. The main symptoms include:

  • decreased libido or complete absence;
  • impaired erection;
  • reduced volume of ejaculate during ejaculation;
  • absence or decrease in pleasure from sexual intercourse;
  • lethargy, lack of interest in life;
  • rapid physical fatigue, lack of energy;
  • impaired memory, absent-mindedness;
  • decreased muscle mass and increased subcutaneous fat;
  • unexpected hot flashes (sudden heat), excessive sweating;
  • reduction in secondary sexual characteristics (voice becomes higher, breast enlargement, in more advanced cases - facial features change to a more feminine type).
In recent decades, researchers have identified a trend towards a significant decrease in testosterone levels in American and European men. Dr. Thomas Travison from the New England Research Institute in Watertown, Massachusetts, notes that a 65-year-old man in 2002 would have had a testosterone level 15 percent lower than a 65-year-old man in 1987. Meanwhile, researchers from Israel, the United States, Denmark, Brazil, and Spain report in a joint study that the total number of sperm in male ejaculate decreased by 59.3 percent between 1971 and 2011 in Europe, North America, Australia, and New Zealand.
The quality of men's sex cells had decreased by at least a third during last 15 years. As a result, 10% more men can now be considered infertile.
A 16-year study of sperm donors in the United States shows that the quality of their "reproductive material" is steadily declining - possibly due to increased chemical exposure and changes in lifestyle. Scientists studied more than 170,000 analyses conducted from 2005 to 2021, all from healthy men aged 19-38. They found that the quality of their sex cells had decreased by at least a third during this time. As a result, 10% more men can now be considered infertile.

And this is not a single analysis that showed such a result. A 1992 study found that the number of active sperm in men had decreased by 50% over the past 60 years. This was hard to believe, and several checks were conducted in the following years, confirming this sad result. It is worth mentioning a large publication from 2017, showing a decrease in sperm concentration of 50-60% between 1973 and 2011 among men worldwide. That is, the reproductive potential of the male half of the population has halved in just forty years.

Fertility can be influenced by a wide range of factors, from obesity to hormonal imbalances and genetic diseases. But even taking into account many known risk factors and excluding the most vulnerable population groups in advance, it turns out that male fertility has been declining for about a hundred years, starting from the 1930s-1940s.
Most flexible plastics, such as water bottles or cosmetic containers negatively affect testosterone production and sperm health.
Widespread use of synthetic pesticides began in the 1940s, and coincidentally, that is when we first started to see a decline in the quality of male reproductive material. Most scientists studying this issue have focused on endocrine disruptors, chemical substances that interfere with the natural production or elimination of hormones in the body and disrupt the delicate hormonal balance of the reproductive system. These primarily include substances such as phthalates (known as "plasticizers"), as well as pesticides, herbicides, heavy metals, toxic gases, and various synthetic materials.

Plasticizers are found in most flexible plastics, such as water bottles or cosmetic containers. It has been found that they negatively affect testosterone production and sperm health. In theory, drinking water only from plastic bottles is not very beneficial.

Phthalates also affect the development of male organs during the fetal stage and may be responsible for the gradual blurring of biological differences between boys and girls (there is a very interesting and detailed YouTube video on this topic by Professor Shanna Swan, which can explain many contemporary gender situations).

If our mother drank milk from cows during the early stages of pregnancy, milked using machines and running through plastic pipes, or if she used cheap shampoos and nail polishes, or if she wore a vinyl jacket, her body might have an excess of such plasticizers. This may prevent the fetus from developing the necessary level of masculinity. This manifests externally in the reduction of anogenital distance, and internally in various problems with the reproductive system (including subfertility, erectile dysfunction, and, again, reduced sperm quality).

An internal endocrine disruption factor is the formation of estrogen from fatty tissue, predominantly in the abdomen and lower back of men.

There is evidence that in people who have had COVID-19, testosterone production, responsible for libido (sexual desire), has decreased, and sperm quality has also decreased, leading to an increase in male infertility. Many men experienced a decrease in ejaculate volume (sperm) after infection, and the activity and number of sperm cells decreased by almost half. Other studies have shown that the concentration of luteinizing hormone increases, which is an important participant in the formation of oocytes in women's ovaries and sperm cells in men's testicles.

Research has shown a decrease in testosterone levels in 38% of men who have had the virus. And 16% had leukospermia, which can lead to infertility.

Women also face challenges. SARS-CoV-2 (coronavirus) can penetrate the tissues of the ovaries, oocytes (sex cells), endometrium (the inner mucous lining of the uterus), and cause their damage. Infertility was already a serious problem before COVID-19, and the epidemic has accelerated and intensified negative trends.
Hirudotherapy with medicinal leeches aids in treating low testosterone by naturally promoting hormone production without side effects.
Testosterone replacement therapy, taking it in the form of injections, capsules, tablets, gives a temporary effect, often associated with complications, including those of the cardiovascular system. But most importantly, its own production by the body decreases. testosterone and its production is irrelevant at this time. As a result, it is necessary to increase the intake of testosterone and take it constantly or there will be a so-called. "withdrawal syndrome" a classic example of which would be a sharp decrease in male libido.
Taking "natural" herbal and animal preparations can also be harmful. In particular, many natural stimulants, including ginseng and other herbs and berries from the Araliaceae family, should not be used during the hot season or during a "heat or fire" situation. the so-called state of YANG. This is high blood pressure, a tendency to convulsions, increased body temperature, emotional arousal, and some types of insomnia.

Hirudotherapy, medical leech treatment is used for all types of endocrine imbalance, including low levels of androgens, testosterone. How does a medical leech work?
The removal of toxins is intensified due to mild stimulation of the liver and kidneys, the drainage function of the lymphatic and venous systems. Local blood circulation in the pelvic organs is normalized due to a significant local increase in microcirculation and melting of adhesions and scars in the lower abdomen.
Hirudopuncture of the channels on the legs of the kidneys, liver and also the anteriomedian channel of conception - Ren Mai adequately stimulates the production of gonadotropin releasing factor through the zones of the hypothalamus (deep diencephalon), which acts on the pituitary gland. The pituitary gland is an endocrine conductor and coordinator of our body. The pituitary gland causes the production of luteinizing hormone .Further, Leiden cells initiate the synthesis of testosterone.
The increase in hormone production by hirudotherapy through the pituitary gland goes naturally and is not accompanied by side effects.

In our office in Philadelphia, after consultation with a hirudologist, you will be able to receive qualified treatment with a medical leech.
Only FDA-approved leeches are used that can provide the required level of medical impact.
In our office in Philadelphia, after consultation with a hirudologist, you will be able to receive qualified treatment with a medical leech.

Only FDA-approved leeches are used that can provide the required level of medical impact.

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