(Article medically reviewed by Dr. Zac Hyde M.D) Is testicular atrophy from alcohol reversible? Yes it is, according to a study done on a group of hardcore drinkers back in the 80’s. The men in this study had torched their testicles and drastically lowered their testosterone levels after years of heavy ...

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(Article medically reviewed by Dr. Zac Hyde M.D) The fact that pine trees grow so tall and proud may be one of Mother Nature’s subtle hints of the unique nutrition of pine pollen.  You see, most people don’t know that this pollen has been used as a treatment for erectile dysfunction ...

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(Article medically reviewed by Dr. Zac Hyde M.D) If you’re wondering what the difference is between pine bark vs pine pollen, look at it like this… Pine bark is made from the skin, or bark of the pine tree. And this extract contains a substance called procyanidolic oligomers, also found in ...

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(Article medically reviewed by Dr. Zac Hyde M.D) Disuse penile atrophy is a legit medical condition. Think about it… If a broken arm placed in a cast atrophies due to disuse, why wouldn’t a penis do the same thing? The answer is, it does. And it will. This happens because the ...

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(Article medically reviewed by Dr. Zac Hyde M.D) Can weight gain reduce penis size? Yep, it sure can. Excess weight can bury your member under a pad of fat that will make it appear significantly smaller. And if this weight is accumulated due to an imbalance of testosterone to estrogen, it ...

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(Article medically reviewed by Dr. Zac Hyde M.D) Is there a connection between penile atrophy and arterial plaque? As we age, plaque does tend to build up on the inside walls of the arteries, especially in those of us living in first world countries..  This plaque is made up of a ...

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