Our expert says:
Ageing and Sexuality expert
As I write you today, there is controversy about Patrick Holford's claims that a certain product of his will improve concentration, achievement levels of school kids. I am delighted these claims are being investigated. I know he says he has clinical evidence but it has been shown that this evidence is not scientifically sound.
Why am I discussing this in relation to your question? Well the nut oil story reminds me of Patrick Holford's claims and like his claims, the nut oil story is scientifically unjustifiable and unproven.
I am not sure why people are afraid of testosterone therapy. There is solid robust scientific evidence to prove that when a candidate has been examined thoroughly, and considered a good candidate for T replacement, it is safe and effective therapy. And actually works.
Please stop with the nut oil and give your man the opportunity to have a better quality of life. Take him to a urologist for this assessment.
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