Indepent Sources about E2

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    I am wanting some sources other than this website or Dr. Crisler's website about how high E2 can decrease libido, and/or about what range E2 should be within to have normal libido. If you know some sources and could tell me about them I would appreciate it. I need reputable sources that I can show a doctor. I already found one on the Life Extension foundation website. Search estradiol and it titled Le Magazine, May 2006 - Report: The 10 Most Important Blo... third one down, and I know about The Testosterone Syndrome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingston pt View Post
    I am wanting some sources other than this website or Dr. Crisler's website about how high E2 can decrease libido, and/or about what range E2 should be within to have normal libido. If you know some sources and could tell me about them I would appreciate it. I need reputable sources that I can show a doctor. I already found one on the Life Extension foundation website. Search estradiol and it titled Le Magazine, May 2006 - Report: The 10 Most Important Blo... third one down, and I know about The Testosterone Syndrome.

    Make sure that anything you show your doc is peer-reviewed. Also, they like to see actual studies - so don't take literature reviews or meta-analyses. If you take them anything else, they dismiss it is being "just anecdotal."
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    I have a PDF of 2 case studies from Division of Urology, Beth Israel Hospital and Harvard Medical School. It deals with use of anastrozole (generic Arimidex) primarily to reduce TRT-induced gynecomastia, but does mention improved libido from baseline.

    If interested, advise how I can get it to you. Or you can try Googling.


    Quote Originally Posted by Kingston pt View Post
    I am wanting some sources other than this website or Dr. Crisler's website about how high E2 can decrease libido, and/or about what range E2 should be within to have normal libido. If you know some sources and could tell me about them I would appreciate it. I need reputable sources that I can show a doctor. I already found one on the Life Extension foundation website. Search estradiol and it titled Le Magazine, May 2006 - Report: The 10 Most Important Blo... third one down, and I know about The Testosterone Syndrome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wondering View Post
    I have a PDF of 2 case studies from Division of Urology, Beth Israel Hospital and Harvard Medical School. It deals with use of anastrozole (generic Arimidex) primarily to reduce TRT-induced gynecomastia, but does mention improved libido from baseline.

    If interested, advise how I can get it to you. Or you can try Googling.
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    here it is...

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