CATEGORY: Sex and Intimacy


Interview with one of Dr. Maupin’s BioBalance® Pellet Patients John Behr

BioBalance Health patient John Behr describes his experiences with hormone replacement therapy from BioBalance Health. John Behr is the husband of my patient, Marcia Behr, who I interviewed last week about her success with BioBalance® Testosterone and Estradiol Pellets, who[...]
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Interview With One of Dr. Maupin’s Favorite BioBalance Pellet Patients Marcia Behr

BioBalance Health patient Marcia Behr describes her life before and after hormone pellets. There are many reasons I treasure Marcia Behr as one of my favorite BioBalance pellet patients: Marcia came to me miserable and desperate to be healthy and[...]
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FAQs: How Do Testosterone Pellets Affect Other Diseases and Conditions, and Vice Versa

Fear of the unknown may be the greatest threat to your current quality of life, and your future health. Do testosterone pellets cause breast cancer? No. Testosterone pellets improve the immune system function so you can fight all types of[...]
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The questions people ask that have not tried testosterone or estrogen pellets.

Questions and concerns from people who are considering hormone replacement using pellets. Both men and women have questions about our testosterone and estradiol pellets.  I have compiled a group of the most important questions that patients ask before they have[...]
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Our Most Frequent Questions about testosterone pellets for women

Female hormone replacement using testosterone pellets.   Most of the questions we at BioBalance Health® get about pellets come from our female patients.  This is partially because women are more interested in the way hormones work, and we have three[...]
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The Ugly Truth About Finasteride – The Post Finasteride Syndrome

The oral enzyme inhibitor Finasteride, is used to decrease hair loss and treat prostate enlargement. FINASTERIDE is a name of a medication that is commonly used in both dermatology and urology.  It is an oral enzyme inhibitor that is used[...]
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Painful Intercourse is a Common Problem for Women

Most causes of painful intercourse are not “in your head” or psychological. Painful intercourse is a common problem that OBGYNs diagnose and treat every day, but it is often a very upsetting problem that women don’t like to talk about[...]
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Orgasms, Testosterone, and the Causes of Anorgasmia

Dr. Maupin continues her discussion on “women and sex” focusing on the causes of anorgasmia. Summary:   Doctors traditionally divide the female and male orgasms into four stages as though all were the same and progressed identically along the same pathways. [...]
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Women, Orgasms, and the “Hot” Spots

Discussing the areas on the female body that can bring a woman to orgasm. Introduction: “Hot spots” are the areas of the female body that can bring a woman to orgasm if stimulated, touched licked, sucked or rubbed.  Not every[...]
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Satisfying Sex for Women Requires Knowledge of the Female Pelvic Anatomy

Why can’t we comfortably talk about our sexual organs and how they work? Warning: Today and in the next few Healthcast’s I will be discussing the female anatomy and sexual response. I will be speaking as if you are my[...]
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