Synonyms for andropause or Related words with andropause

perimenopause              hypoestrogenism              gynecomastia              perimenopausal              oligomenorrhea              hyperandrogenic              hypogonadotropic              hypothyroid              hyperandrogenemia              andropausal              hypergonadotropic              menopausal              osteoperosis              pcos              subfertility              feminization              osteopenic              climacteric              postandropausal              premenopausal              hypogonadism              postmenopause              menopause              methodsosteoporosis              hypogonadal              hsdd              hyperthyroid              postmenopausal              hyperandrogenism              anovulatory              viropause              sarcopenic              somatopause              oligomenorrhoea              impotence              osteoroporotic              oligospermia              impotency              virilization              hysterectomised              galactorrhea              hypogonadotrophic              masculinization              dysosteogenesis              hypertestosteronism              oligoovulation              inducingbe              hyperprolactinemia              asthenospermia              prostatism             



Examples of "andropause"
The 11th European Congress on Menopause and Andropause will take place in Amsterdam, from 22-24.05.2017.
The 10th European Congress on Menopause and Andropause was held in Madrid, from 20-22.05.2015.
The European Menopause and Andropause Society (EMAS) released Guidelines with detailed information to assess the endometrium.
The European Menopause and Andropause Society is an institution that promotes the study, and encourages research, of midlife health.
Popular interest in the concept of "andropause" was fueled by the 1998 book "Male Menopause", written by Jed Diamond, a lay person. According to Diamond's view, andropause is a change of life in middle-aged men, which has hormonal, physical, psychological, interpersonal, social, sexual, and spiritual aspects. Diamond claims that this change occurs in all men, may occur as early as age 45 to 50 and more dramatically after the age of 70 in some men, and that women's and men's experiences are somewhat similar phenomena. The language of "andropause" and its supposed parallels with menopause have been rejected by the medical community.
Robert Tan is a physician, author and medical director. He has written & lectured extensively on aging and men's health issues including andropause. He is a pioneer in testosterone replacement therapy and effects on the brain.
His book "The Testosterone Factor: A Practical Guide to Improving Vitality and Virility, Naturally" (ISBN 1569243786), on the subject of andropause (described as the male equivalent of menopause), was released in 2006.
The terms "male menopause" and "andropause" are used in the popular media and are misleading, as they imply a sudden change in hormone levels similar to what women experience in menopause.
EMAS "strives to encourage the study of Menopause and Andropause as well as promote the exchange of research and professional experience between members through its journal, congresses and website."
He revealed in 2011 he had been battling lethargy caused by a type of hormone imbalance called andropause for a number of years and thought at first it was a return of his depression.
The term was popularized by author Jed Diamond in 2004 as being related to "andropause", a concept he had earlier popularized. According to Diamond's view, andropause is a change of life in middle-aged men, which has hormonal, physical, psychological, interpersonal, social, sexual, and spiritual aspects. Diamond claims that this change occurs in all men, may occur as early as age 45 to 50 and more dramatically after the age of 70 in some men, and that women's and men's experiences are somewhat similar phenomena.
Hormone therapy or hormonal therapy is the use of hormones in medical treatment. Treatment with hormone antagonists may also be referred to as hormonal therapy or antihormone therapy. The most general classes of hormone therapy are oncologic hormone therapy and hormone replacement therapy, of which there are various kinds (e.g., for menopause, for andropause, or for gender transition).
The European Menopause and Andropause Society recommended a daily dose for postmenopausal women of 15 µg (600 IU) until age 70, and 20 µg (800 IU) from age 71. This dose should be increased to 4,000 IU/day in some patients with very low vitamin D status or in case of comorbid conditions.
The official scientific journal of the European Menopause and Andropause Society, Maturitas, is published on a monthly basis by Elsevier Science It covers a variety of disciplines, including management of chronic diseases, epidemiology, therapeutic techniques, and alternative medicine. The journal impact factor is 2.942. Margaret Rees serves as Editor-in-Chief.
For many cancer patients, the decrease or loss of reproductive function is temporary; many men and women, however, do not regain fertility after cancer treatment. Patients undergoing serious radiation, chemotherapy, or surgery sometimes experience symptoms resembling menopause (in women) or andropause (in men), which indicate reproductive damage. In women, decreased estrogen levels as a result of ovarian deficiency lead to weakened bone, changes in temperature control, altered mood, and decreased sexual desire. Men with testicular insufficiency also experience similar symptoms.
AβPP and its cleavage products do not promote the proliferation and differentiation of post-mitotic neurons; rather, the overexpression of either wild-type or mutant AβPP in post-mitotic neurons induces apoptotic death following their re-entry into the cell cycle. It is postulated that the loss of sex steroids (including progesterone) but the elevation in luteinizing hormone, the adult equivalent of hCG, post-menopause and during andropause drives amyloid-β production and re-entry of post-mitotic neurons into the cell cycle.
Maturitas is a monthly peer-reviewed medical journal covering midlife and post-reproductive health. It was established in 1978 and is the official journal of the European Menopause and Andropause Society; it is also affiliated with the Australasian Menopause Society. It is published by Elsevier and the editor-in-chief is Margaret Rees (John Radcliffe Hospital). According to the "Journal Citation Reports", the journal has a 2014 impact factor of 2.942.
Hot flashes in men could have various causes. It can be a sign of low testosterone. Another is andropause, or "male menopause". Men with prostate cancer or testicular cancer can also have hot flashes, especially those who are undergoing hormone therapy with antiandrogens, also known as androgen antagonists, which reduce testosterone to castrate levels. There are also other ailments and even dietary changes which can cause it. Men who are castrated can also get hot flashes.
Due to the lack of free places in Paradise, an angel sends Fantozzi back on earth thanks to an agreement under which he will resume his life as if he had never died. On earth, Fantozzi will have to face the puberty of his nephew Ughina, a deep depression caused by his andropause, the false pregnancy of Mrs. Silvani and a false accusation of corruption.
In March 2007 she performed at the "Circa '07" art in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in which she received favorable critical reviews with "Blue Pillar Bar", calling it a Celebration of Menopause and Andropause. This was followed by "Dotti's 99 Cent Clichés" presented at Miami's Hard Core Art Space (HCAS), with a kitsch ensemble of the now famous Dollar stores, Dotti mocks consumer frenzy in society.