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Can hormonal surgery reduce signs of old age ?

Dear Dr what i read in the books that one doctor during a harmone s through minor surgery and the benefit of this surgery is that all symptoms of old age are disappeared. let me know what is difference between harmone s injection and harmone s surgery? i would like to get the treatment by improving healthy glands in the body including pituitary gland. and also wish to get the best treatment available, may i an information of my medical history i was diagnosed azoo spermia and than i was operated on right testicle to create by pass for sperms.but result was again azoo spermia .let me reply on my e-mail
Asked On : Sun, 31 Jul 2011
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any hormone replacement therapy or surgery is not without side effects.and no it cannot prevent old age.the major use of hormone replacement is in menopausal females facing many problems due to how hormones after menopause.kindly consult an andrologist for ur problem.lead a healthy lifestyle n do not go for drastic treatments for better health n beauty.
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