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Laboratories, medicalWhat are the causes of ED (erectile dysfunction)? The typical medical laboratory is one of the causes of ED (erectile dysfunction). Taking advantage of their monopolistic position, the typical medical laboratory will refuse service:
- Unless you also hire a middleman (medical doctor).
- Unless they can draw your blood in the early morning hours
when your testosterone levels are the highest.
Why? Because they want to prove your testosterone is
higher than what it really is.
- Unless they can manipulate your test results
to make it look like your testosterone levels are "normal".
How do they do that?
Instead of comparing your testosterone levels to
those of virile and healthy guys in their early 20s,
they compare you to the testosterone levels of those
who seek medical help for ED (erectile dysfunction).
Or they compare you to the testosterone levels of old guys.
And, of course, your low testosterone levels will appear "normal"
when the typical medical lab compares you
to the testosterone levels of sick and old guys.
- And unless they can ignore what is optimal, what is healthy, and what is unhealthy. By relying on pathology labs, the typical medical lab obtains the "normal" testosterone levels of dead guys. Pathology labs simply take the "normal" testosterone levels of dead guys. And then, based on the testosterine levels of dead guys, the typical medical lab can assert your testosterone levels are "normal", if your testosterone levels fall within 90% of the testosterone levels of the dead, with the "low normal" being the lowest possible testosterone levels of the weakest 5 percent of the dead. This means that the typical medical lab will assert your testosterone levels are "normal" when your testosterone levels are the same as that of their weakest 5 percent of dead guys.
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