Month September 2021

Testosterone Replacement Therapy

There are several different versions of TRT (Testosterone Replacement Therapy) that someone with Klinefelter’s Syndrome / 47 XXY can choose from. This choice is normally made by your Endocrinologist (endo) when you are first diagnosed (should you need / want… Continue Reading →

Weight Loss and Klinefelter’s – Intro

The single biggest issue that Klinefelter’s Syndrome people suffer from (besides infertility) is obesity; however, unlike the normal definition of obese – you’re more “skinny fat”, where your shoulders, chest, arms and legs are normal, you’re generally quite fit but… Continue Reading →

Oral Testosterone – Part 2

In March 2019, after many years of refusal by the FDA and legal wrangles with its direct competition, Lipocine, Clarus Therapeutics testosterone capsule Jatenzo (testosterone undecanoate) was finally approved. This approval has meant that for the first time in over… Continue Reading →

Oral Testosterone – Part 1

Talk to any bodybuilder, from old school to modern day and they will tell you that there is absolutely no way they would ever take an oral anabolic steroid as there are several scientific studies proving damage to the liver… Continue Reading →

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG)

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) is a hormone produced by cells that surround a growing embryo, which eventually forms the placenta. HCG is also found in a woman’s urine and blood during pregnancy. HCG, also known as luteinizing hormone (LH) is… Continue Reading →

Weight Loss and Klinefelter’s – Formula

My formula consists of 10 natural ingredients designed to reduce abdominal fat, cholesterol, haemoglobin and blood glucose levels. The formula also contains ingredients to naturally lower oestrogen levels, improve energy levels, lower blood pressure, improve protein synthesis, improve TRT based… Continue Reading →

Private Hormone Clinics

Normally when you are diagnosed with Klinefelters Syndrome, your first port of call is with the NHS system (UK). Endocrinologists that specialise in KS within the NHS are few and far between. They tend to be diabetes endo’s which cover… Continue Reading →

Klinefelter’s and Supplements

As somebody who has been heavily involved in the fitness industry for over 10 years and has weight trained, sometimes 6 days a week and even twice a day, I know how important it is to use supplements to stay… Continue Reading →

Weight Loss and Klinefelter’s – Trial

On June 1st I become a guinea pig for my own formula. The formula is a mix of ingredients that are available worldwide, some easy to obtain, others not so. I weighed myself, took my waist and chest measurements and… Continue Reading →

The Complex Nature of Klinefelter’s

Sarcopenic obesity (skinny fat), is where an excess amount of visceral fat is stored around the truncal and abdominal area of the body. Alongside that, muscle mass is far lower, in areas such as the chest, arms, shoulders, back, glutes… Continue Reading →

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