Originally posted by Prince
T levels are not affected by sex.
I'd agree because of experience and what i've read.What i read said that the sexual act is controlled by the nervous system,while test is only involved in sperm production.You got any good reads on this?
My study says that "the more I get, the more I want"....so empirically I would think there is a hormonal cascade starting in the Pituitary.......saying more LH, causing more Test, making me want more more SEX!
Originally posted by naturaltan
sex .... testosterone ... I know of no such things.
I must remind you that you are under oath...
Now, Mr. NT is it true, that frequent sex w/the same or with multiple partners boosts your T-Levels through the roof, or botttom(s) as the case may be?
...and isn't also true.......that just the mere act of watching, waiting, anticipating coming events can raise said T-levels?
Now in your expert opinion Mr. NT, and I ask you in front of this tribunal.....does the sex act increase testosterone? Mr NT, focus please, stop looking at the jurors that way.....NOW DOES IT OR DOESN'T IT?
Testosterone is the primary androgen produced by the Leydig cells of the testes. In adult males, testosterone levels show a diurnal variation with the highest levels detected in the early morning and the lowest in the evening. Levels also increase after exercise and gradually decrease with advancing age. In women, levels are 5- 10% of that in males.
Once again, levity...and some good testosterone....shot out, er, down over a woman!
Would the court reporter please note that DP was used original humor thrice consecutively!
*Leans forward, peering over specs* While this might be a personal record, Mr. P.......There is a three strike law around here, Mister! Bailiff, take him away! *gavel strike*
Maybe not immediately, but I believe long term the answer is YES. Reason being, people who have more sex remain happier in life (could be other reasons for that as well of course), live longer, yada yada. The more you get it, the more you want it, right?