Andropause is a condition that is associated with the decrease in the male hormone testosterone. It is unlike menopause in that the decrease in testosterone and the development of symptoms is more gradual


Male age 55

General Symptoms

  • Sarcopenia (Loss of muscle mass)
  • Osteoporosis
  • Loss of Libido
  • Constipation & Erective Dysfunction
  • Mood Swings
  • Sweat at Night Saggy Cheeks
Andropause BG


Improved mental health from elevated MCHC value by 4%.

Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin Concentration (MCHC) refers to the average haemoglobin in the red blood cells. Haemoglobin is the protein molecule that carries oxygen to the tissues within the body.

During Treatment – November 2017

The normal range for MCHC is between 33-36 g/dl.

Before Treatment – July 2017

Patient’s MCHC is slightly under standard at 32.3 g/dl suggesting that he has signs of deficiency in Vitamin B12 which increases risk of having depression, paranoia and delusions, memory loss, incontinence, loss of taste and smell. Skerrett, 2013

After Treatment – October 2018

Patient’s MCHC has improved by 4% and return back to normal range.


Normalising MCHC helps improving patient’s mental health.

Lowered risk of osteoporosis and heart disease by restoring Vitamin B & D balance.

Studies have shown that high homocysteine is a risk factor of heart disease. Ganguly, 2015; Wierzbicki, 2007

The maximum value of homocysteine for normal people is <8 μmol/l.

Before Treatment – July 2017

Patient’s homocysteine level is at 11.1 μmol/l exceeded almost 39% of maximum reference value. This suggests a high deficiency in Vitamin B, particularly Vitamin B12 and folic acid.

Besides, Patient’s low level of Vitamin D (22.5 ng/ml; normal range 30-80) increases the risk of osteoporosis.

During Treatment – November 2017

Patient’s homocysteine level is reduced by 26% after four months from 11.1 μmol/l to 8.2 μmol/l. While Patient’s Vitamin D is raised by 3.53 times.

Reduced inflammation by 50%

During Treatment – July 2017

Inflammation level is under good condition as patient’s level is at 0.4 mg/l which is within standard.

After Treatment – October 2018

Patient’s inflammation level improved by a reduction of 50%.

Treatment & Outcome


Aug 2017

4 types of oral supplements
Nov 2017

6 types of oral supplements
Oct 2018

10 types of oral supplements


1. Improved mental health from elevated MCHC by 4%.
2. Reduced risk of osteoporosis by raising Vit D 3.53 times.
3. Lowered risk of heart disease by reducing homocysteine 26%.
4. Inflammation level improved by a reduction of 50%.
5. All symptoms show signs of improvement.

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* The case studies of PRAXISKLINIK AM SCHLOSSPARK/Miskawaan Health Group represent carefully & individually assessed clients’ treatments following extensive testing – they are only to be used as examples of treatments and not as a guideline for treatment.