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Endocrinological Disorder in Men

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Endocrinological Disorder in Men

The endocrine system consists of glands that regulate our growth, metabolism, and sexual development. In men, the endocrine glands release the sex hormones estrogen and testosterone.

And sexual dysfunction is an indication of serious Endocrinological Disorder. Low sexual desire and reduction in ejaculate volume are associated with less than normal testosterone levels in men.

Endocrinological Disorder Causes

The endocrine system in our body has a natural feedback system that helps maintain hormonal balance. However, in cases where the feedback system fails to alert the specific glands, the body’s bloodstream doesn’t get the desired level of hormones, which leads to Endocrinological disorders.

In other cases, endocrinological disorders may be caused by

  • Disease
  • Genetic disorder such as multiple endocrine neoplasias (MEN)
  • Infection, injury, or tumor
  • Failure of one gland to stimulate another gland for hormone production.

Endocrinological disorders can be categorized into two groups:

  • Endocrinological disorders from hormonal imbalance.
  • Endocrinological disorders development of lesions such as tumors, nodules, etc.

Testosterone Imbalance And Sexual Health

Testosterones is a major sex hormone, and its imbalance can cause multiple complications including

  • Weak development of penis and testes
  • Poor muscle size and strength
  • Low sex drive
  • Low sperm production
  • Slow or abnormal puberty in boys

SOI Expertise

At SOI, we offer comprehensive treatment for correcting hormonal imbalances and endocrine disorders. Get in touch with our experts at SOI to learn more about treatment plans that restore your testosterone levels at your best levels again.

FAQ’s

Q. What are the common signs of endocrine disorder?

Endocrinological disorder symptoms vary depending on the particular glands involved. However, most patients with endocrine disorder do complain of fatigue, headache, and weakness.

Q. Is high testosterone bad for health?

High testosterone can amplify heart failure risks as well as cause blood clots.

Q. How are testosterone levels checked?

Testosterone levels are checked using a simple blood test known as serum testosterone test. The normal testosterone range is 300 to 1,000 ng/dL.