Category Archives: testosterone

Effects of testosterone therapy in women – new systematic review and meta-analysis

It has been over a decade since the last systematic review and meta-analysis on the effects of testosterone for women was conducted as an … Continue reading

Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD) re-defined

In late 2018 the World Health Organisation (WHO) released an update to The International Classification of Disease (ICD). ICD is a system of medical coding created … Continue reading

Axiron® discontinued – Upgrade to AndroForte® 5

Axiron® discontinued – Upgrade to AndroForte® 5   Axiron 2% testosterone solution has been discontinued in Australia effective 4th December 2017 after Lilly terminated its … Continue reading

FDA acknowledges there is a medical need for treating female sexual dysfunction

In late October 2016 the US FDA released draft guidance for Industry on Low Sexual Interest, Desire, and/or Arousal in Women: Developing Drugs for Treatment.  This document states ” … Continue reading

Federal Court Proceedings Demonstrate Risk To Compounding Pharmacies

MEDIA RELEASE 3rd August 2017   A recent Federal Court case highlights the very real risk and cost to Compounding Pharmacies who do not … Continue reading

EDUCATION: View presentations on testosterone management in men and women

EDUCATION View presentations on testosterone management in men and women In June 2017 the Lawley website added a ‘Health Professional Section’. This password protected learning area will … Continue reading

Flibanserin, the drug that gives women one extra sexually satisfying experience every two months

Flibanserin, the drug that gives women one extra sexually satisfying experience every two months Continue reading

The Testosterone and Exercise (TEX) Trial

Status: Study completed October 2018. Analysis of results underway. The University of Western Australia and Fiona Stanley Hospital are now recruiting for the TEX … Continue reading

Participants Required For Men’s Testosterone Study

Professor David J Handelsman (Andrology Dept, Concord Hospital, ANZAC Research Institute, Sydney) is looking to recruit 15 healthy male volunteers to participate in a … Continue reading