What Is Testosterone?
Testosterone is the hormone which increases the size of your male sexual organ (testicles) and makes it hard to urinate and therefore easier for you to reach the correct amount of sperm. Testosterone levels increase as you age, so the amount you can achieve is lower as you age. Testosterone is a naturally occurring hormone which is produced naturally by the male body. Testosterone is also present in breast milk, so your baby can get the hormone in the breast milk (it is the same hormone in breast milk). There are two types of testosterone: androsterone and testosterone. Androsterone testosterone is made by the prostate gland and is more concentrated and lasts longer. Testosterone is also found naturally in other parts of the body, and can be found in: testicles, testicles, ovaries, adrenal glands, thyroid glands and kidneys.
Testosterone levels in the blood are measured by a test called the blood test, which is done at your local hospital. If your levels are above the normal range, you should see a doctor to make sure that the testosterone you're taking is being properly absorbed into the body. This is because testosterone is very active and is believed to increase the amount of red blood cells, which are the cells that carry oxygen to all parts of your body. Also, as your testosterone levels rise, you may also feel the effects of your body's built-up testosterone.