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1Is Dht Gel Safe?
Conclusions: Topical DHT treatment appears to be a safe and well-tolerated method of virilising micropenis both prior to and during puberty in children with PAIS. Questions remain about long-term outcomes into adulthood, and efficacy in adults with prior lengthy exposure to high-dose testosterone.
2What Is Dht Gel Used For?
Dihydrotestosterone is a synthetic version of a hormone called testosterone. It is used for children with hormone deficiencies.
3How Can I Get Dihydrotestosterone??
You can increase it by exercising, losing excess fat, and consuming healthier dietary fats and zinc. Too much DHT may contribute to male pattern baldness, depression and hair growth in women, and prostate enlargement.
4Who Makes Andractim?
It has been launched for hypogonadism in France as Andractim™ by Besins Iscovesco (now Besins International) since 1982 and is also manufactured in Spain as Gelovit™ and Germany as Ophtovital™. The product is launched in the US for the treatment of hypogonadism.
5What Does Dht Do In Males?
Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is a sex hormone created from testosterone in the body. It plays a major role in the development of masculine characteristics (body hair, muscle growth, and a deep voice). DHT is critical to the development of the penis and prostate in men.
6What Is Testosterone Gel Prescribed For?
Testosterone topical gel is used for the treatment of males whose bodies do not make enough natural testosterone, a condition called hypogonadism. Testosterone is a male hormone responsible for the growth and development of the male sex organs and maintenance of secondary sex characteristics.
7Is Dht Important After Puberty?
Through adolescence and adult life, DHT promotes prostate growth, sebaceous gland activity, male pattern baldness, and body, facial and pubic hair growth. This hormone, however, does not seem to play any significant role in normal female physiology.