If you have not heard of deflate-gate, you may have been living in a cave. Every news outlet is focused on ball deflation and how that may affect performance. We have the facts and will expose the truth. Deflate-gate is real and here is how it happens.
EQUIPMENT MANAGER- JUST DOING WHAT HE IS TOLD.
Men who take testosterone products, and not properly monitored by a physician, will experience testicular shrinkage . . . or deflation. Testicles will shrink when the internal feedback loop (or Equipment Manager) tells the body there is enough testosterone in the blood and shuts the testicles down. This shutting down of the testicular function will cause not only shrinkage of the testicles but also decreased natural (endogenous) testosterone production. This internal feedback loop regulates the hormone levels and adjusts all hormones to the appropriate level. Adding testosterone inappropriately or not monitoring it can cause this deflation.
BALL DEFLATION AND PERFORMANCE
Does testicular size affect performance . . . it may. When a physical is done by an appropriately-trained physician, all aspects of a patients health history are taken Preserving Testicular Size into account including a physical examination. Testosterone may also be decreased due to: injury, improper dosing of testosterone, genetics, or overdosing over-the-counter substances. All of these issues can affect the feedback look (telling the Equipment Manager) to shut down production causing decreased size and performance.
Men under proper testosterone therapy are treated to maintain normal testicular function and size while stacking new testosterone on top . . . this allows for increased total testosterone for men with low testosterone or low T. Many of our new clients have had injuries or damage done to the normal hormonal cycle prior to coming to our office. We are able to jump-start the natural process while yet keeping normal hormone balance.
FREE DOWNLOAD REVEALS ALL
We have authored a free eBook, available for instant download, that can help guys identify if they have low T and if they are receiving treatment that is safe. Patients are using this as a guide to speak to physicians about the care, side affects, and make sure that the latest technology is being used to keep them safe.