Testosterone body odor

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I've fought excessive body heat and sweating, jumping (high/low) sexual feelings, and excessive body odor since puberty. Is it possible that all of this is directly related to my low testosterone levels? I've heard this is called male menopause. Is male menopause real? If it is then it seems I've been dealing with it since puberty. If these issues are directly related to my low testosterone levels/male menopause then, "how can I stop the body odor issue without Testosterone Therapy?
I have never before had any body odor, even when sweating hard. My female area exudes the same kind of smell that men have in their sexual organ areas and it's all the time. No amount of washing or bathing stops it. HELP!!!
So, you work out, work hard labor, run, jog, whatever...your body uses that testosterone up. A normal body, no problem just make more...guys with this problem...not so simple. Then you are a little low. With my husband being a construction worker this is an issue. He's on 2 tubes of testim a day. 2 boxes of this stuff a month because he works hard labor everyday. To this day, (he's 27 now) we have no idea why he has this. He went through puberty fine, we had 2 kids and then bam...
My main issue is that I take a shower 2-3 times a day yet I have body odor. I know sometimes I have bad breath even after brushing my teeth, using a tongue cleaner and/or mouthwash. My feet smell even though I am aware of it and therefore clean it thoroughly and have clean shoes. I change my underwear multiple times a day and it is "wet" after just an hour or two. I've changed my soap and body wash so many times to try to eliminate this.
My stomach has long hair and the lower you go down my waist the more it looks like a mans body. My buttocks and my private areas are very dark and have long and thick hair allover. My back,shoulders, chest and breasts also have very thick dark hair. I am currently getting laser hair removal on all of these areas. I also have a strong vaginal odor w/ no itching or burning. Lots of discharge, thick and white or rarely thick and clear.
The androgens that the adrenals make are not directed by LH, they are produced in a rather unknown way but are typically starting around age 6 or even 7 with a minimal effect, these androgens-NOT testosterone will cause the secondary characteristics that you talk about concerning hair and body odor. The size of the genitalia is influenced by testosterone and that is in turn affected by the LH hormone.
I have this VAGINAL ODOR when im having sex but sometimes when im finish i dont have the odor nomore. but u can still smell it alittle. i was wondering why do i have the odor it's like a fishy mess and other times it's a different smell. ive been to the doctor and all my tests came back normal so i wanna know why am i still having this odor during sex. i douche and when i take a shower i wash really really good down there so what's the problem.
Probably you are getting a little serge in testosterone - that is why pregnant women grow more body hair too
excessive sweating may not be hormonal per se but rather an inherited exaggerated autonomic(nerve expression) response, however things to consider include the body odor that you now describe. This may need assessed by a peds endo or initially by your pediatrician. It may be premature adrenarche, the early production of the male hormones from the adrenal glands, when they are produced early or in excess it is important to rule out abnormal reasons.
One important cause that is rare and often screened for at birth is congenital adrenal hyperplasia, this is a block in the enzymes that the adrenal glands make and there is a build up of the male hormones that then cause the hair to become coarse and curly in the pubic and axillary area and cute baby sweat to change to body odor.
Even with family history of late bloomers, if he has absolutely no signs of puberty(hair, body odor, testicular enlargement) he needs at least a brief workup by a peds endo or at least by his pediatrician, I would consider a cbc, free T4, TSH, LH, FSH, free and total testosterone, estradiol, 17-OH progesterone and even genetic testing called a karyotype if needed, an xray of his left hand will help as well in someone we are hoping to be a late bloomer.
You describe premature adrenarche, a part of the pubertal process, body odor is the effect of the adrenal hormones on our cute baby sweat and suddenly stinky odor! It may be normal but needs addressed, so your pediatrician can start by doing a checkup, making sure there is no pubic hair, breast development, rapid height velocity.
She has already exhibited body odor, mood swings and she has pubic hair. So no advice, but certainly commiseration.
One important cause that is rare and often screened for at birth is congenital adrenal hyperplasia, this is a block in the enzymes that the adrenal glands make and there is a build up of the male hormones that then cause the hair to become coarse and curly in the pubic and axillary area and cute baby sweat to change to body odor.
My son started early puberty at age 7 (pubic hair, acne, body odor) - I think it's actually called andrache and not acutally precocious puberty. Regardless he is now 12 years old and has always had an advanced bone age by about 2+ years. Although he is quite tall now 5'4'' (95% on growth chart), because his bone age is so advanced and due to the andrache he will not have the typical growth spurt and will stop growing much earlier than other boys.
Being a lump, I then went to a mirror and squeezed it. A lot of white, odor-filled discharge came out. Since then, I continue to try and clean it by squeezing until nothing comes out and then put rubbing alcohol on it, but more always seems to come back. Does anyone know what this is? And if so, how do you get rid of it? Thank you.
I'm sorry everyone, but I am laughing a little bit at the irony in all of this. The smell everyone is referring to is TESTOSTERONE. After a particularly vigorous "romp" large amounts of testosterone are released into the body and then breaks down shortly after, giving the "manly smell". In some people it's "fishy" in others it's "musky". It depends on the person's own chemistry (and the person smelling it as well).
One important cause of premature adrenarche that is rare and often screened for at birth is congenital adrenal hyperplasia, this is a block in the enzymes that the adrenal glands make and there is a build up of the male hormones that then cause the body odor or even hair to become coarse and curly in the pubic and axillary area and cute baby sweat to change to body odor.
One important cause that is rare and often screened for at birth is congenital adrenal hyperplasia, this is a block in the enzymes that the adrenal glands make and there is a build up of the male hormones that then cause the hair to become coarse and curly in the pubic and axillary area and cute baby sweat to change to body odor.
One important cause that is rare and often screened for at birth is congenital adrenal hyperplasia, this is a block in the enzymes that the adrenal glands make and there is a build up of the male hormones that then cause the hair to develop early or existing body hair to become coarse and curly in the pubic and axillary area and cute baby sweat to change to body odor.
My 5 month old son has pubic hair on his testicles, enlarged testicles and feet and under arm body odor. I was referred to a pediatrician when he was 4 1/2 months old and now am waiting to for an appointment with an endocrinologist at the childrens hospital in the region. He has had blood test done and the results are as follows: testosterone= 2.2 mmol/l, LH= 1, FSH=1, platelets= 494, cortisol (14h38)=324... I am still awaiting the results for DHEA, and another hormone test.
Sore blistered tongue HURTS distinct Night blindness pale skin/ gray lips little white bumps on my bottom left eyelid right now Deep cystic nodular acne over entire face and neck (NEVER had acne until 23ish) dizziness-faintness when standing/crouching complete brain fog, almost impossible to focus or function irritability inexplainable bruising breath tastes bad over last 2 years, increases in body odor no matter how much I shower chronic sinus drainage - never feels like a cold since
I forgot to add that I have been taking Accutane for a couple months now, and I've heard that it messes with some testosterone levels. I dont know if this is valid, but testosterone, genitals, testosterone, genitals... possible link? I dont know.
However if he develops anything else such as axillary hair, body odor, or lumps near the nipples then that is a red flag and he needs to see an endocrinologist. Also if the pubic hair increases over time that is also a concern. Many drs will just want to keep an eye at first, since babies are seen quite frequently there is no danger in waiting to see if there's a change in amount of hair at the next visit.
Are pheromone conditioned with other hormone like testosterone or androngene etc.? Is it possible to change this when my hormone level will change? I know that also other women has the same problem but I think it´s really really sheldom. Thanks for you help!
We need to rule out something called congenital adrenal hyperplasia, yes a blood test is needed as well as what we call a stim test, they usually use freezy spray and place an iv so as not to have to poke her anymore, they get baseline labs and give a medicine and measure labs after that to see if the balance of steroid hormones made by the adrenals are made in an abnormal pattern, congenital adrenal hyperplasia can present at birth but also can present later in the nonclassical cases with par
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I used the tweezers to break the sac open (and the contents had a foul odor, it was a cheesy substance which I'd assume was sebum mixed with blood), and then picked away the remains of the sac, all the while applying rubbing alcohol to make sure I didn't get an infection. It became a scar, and for a while I was cyst free. Now the cyst seems to have returned, almost a year later. This cyst is right NEXT to (not on top of) the old scar, so I figure it must be a new cyst altogether.
I had joint and muscle pains and all manner of skin changes occured (more so on my penis like you guy's - skin thinning, maybe a little dry at times). What had happened was a hormonal inbalance had set in and caused low testosterone (hypogonadism). Like you guy's my penis shrunk up really bad and my testicles were always very tight and didn't hang as normal. Flaccid penis size is controlled by the free testosterone levels available in the blood.
It feels like I'm ovulating every day, or like the semen feels coming out of you just after sex! It is clear and has my usual odor, and not a lot comes out on my panties. I have been to 2 doctors, including my gynecologist, which did a pelvic exam, pap smear, cotton swab, std cultures (at my request), urinalysis, etc, but he says that everything came out negative. I know my body and I know something isn't right!! I haven't had intercourse since that time.
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