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How is Testosterone Produced?

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Testosterone Produced

Testosterone produced by the human body is chemically and functionally similar to the kind produced by synthetic manufacturing processes. Only the manufactured kind is used as a therapeutic material in hormone therapy. No effective treatment depends on using the same chemical form produced in the body. One process is completely natural, part of what happens in a healthy person. The other process is artificial and yields the only forms of testosterone used in effective anti-aging medications. Both processes involve chemical steps and end up with the same result, testosterone, which is usable by the body.

The two types of testosterone are produced: natural and synthetic.

Naturally, Occurring Testosterone Produced in the Body

Testosterone is a naturally occurring hormone produced in both men and women. Men have large amounts of estrogen relative to women, while women use it on levels that men don’t. Testosterone is the substance that confers male characteristics to men. In men’s bodies, most of the testosterone produced is made in a man’s testicles. Specific cells in the testes called interstitial cells of Leydig reside between the tubules where sperm formation occurs. These cells convert cholesterol-like substrates into testosterone, triggered by signals from the pituitary gland.

Then the testosterone joins the blood, migrating to all parts of the body, reaching hormone receptors in almost every type of cell in the body, impacting whole-body health. In young men, the testosterone produced is converted at a higher rate and concentration than in older men. A dip in testosterone levels is correlated directly with observable aging effects. Adding supplemental testosterone as part of hormone therapy diminishes these noticeable aging effects. One doctor credited with the discovery of testosterone, Dr. Sequard, noted that administering it to himself gave him “restored vigor and energy to work longer.”

Patients taking testosterone must carefully follow their therapist’s recommended dosages because more doesn’t necessarily mean greater effects. There are certain medical syndromes where testosterone production isn’t regulated properly or inhibited as normal. These syndromes result in an overproduction of testosterone.

However, this doesn’t result in an amplified expression of male characteristics for individuals with this syndrome. It causes the opposite, the expression of female parts. This is because the greater levels of testosterone produced are converted to estrogen, the hormone that confers female characteristics. The testosterone produced in abundance has its effects inhibited by estrogen levels. So, if you try taking testosterone, don’t do it alone. Make sure you use an experienced anti-aging clinic like AAI Rejuvenation Clinics.

Testosterone Produced Synthetically by Pharmaceutical Vendors

Testosterone can be manufactured in various ways, but the most common way it’s produced today involves phytosterols, chemical compounds derived from plants. The same chemical compounds could be manufactured along more synthetic pathways. Still, phytosterols are most common because they are a cost-effective, bio-organic means to acquire the initial substrates for testosterone production. The specific compound used most often for the testosterone produced in the USA is androstenedione. This can be derived from soy and yam isolates.

Oil-soluble testosterone produced synthetically is bioidentical and better for therapy.

When testosterone is manufactured for therapeutic uses, creating a form like testosterone cypionate is most common. This commonly administered form is used because it has better solubility in oil-based injectable solutions. It also is absorbed into the body more effectively and desorbed into the blood more slowly than the same form the body makes. It breaks down into the same document the body makes but does this gradually over several days.

This is the ideal type of effect desired in hormone therapy, a constant and steady dose curve as opposed to a quick peak and drop in blood levels. If an injection had the same material the body produces, a less oil-soluble form of testosterone injections, then the level of it would peak quickly immediately after injection and then tail off just as quickly, dropping to pre-injection levels over hours. That’s not an ideal effect for hormone therapy.

The form of testosterone therapy taken as part of hormone therapy will always be processed and somewhat different than the exact form your body makes. Make sure you’re getting the type of testosterone injections that maximize its positive effects by using an experienced hormone therapy consultant.

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**NOTE** The content in this blog is subject to interpretation and is the opinion of the content writer. We do not claim it to be fact. We encourage you to consult a medical doctor before taking any prescribed medications or supplements.


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