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  CastrationEffects
Castration is a bad idea for anyone merely seeking to treat or prevent hair loss because it causes so many other effects that the vast majority of men dislike.
I strongly suspect that castration did reduce my blood pressure, though I am not sure if it was a direct reaction or if because I was emotionally antagonistic to testosterone (please do not get castrated just to reduce high blood pressure, there are less drastic ways to treat that).
Castration is a minor procedure, but it is a permanent one and is something you can never change your mind on.
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  Castration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Castration (also referred as: gelding, neutering, orchiectomy, and orchidectomy) is any action, surgical, chemical, or otherwise, by which a biological male loses use of the testes.
Castration was frequently used in certain cultures, such as in Europe, the Middle East, India, Africa and China, for religious or social reasons.
Castration is common in animal husbandry and animal fancy, where it is intended for favouring a given desired development of the animal or of its habits.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Castration   (1772 words)

  
 castration - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about castration   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Castration of humans was used in ancient and medieval times and occasionally later to preserve the treble voice of boy singers or, by Muslims, to provide eunuchs, trustworthy harem guards.
Male domestic animals, mainly stallions and bulls, are castrated to prevent undesirable sires from reproducing, to moderate their aggressive disposition and, for bulls, to improve their value as beef cattle (steers).
Cockerels are castrated (capons) to improve their flavour and increase their size.
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 AllRefer.com - castration (Veterinary Medicine) - Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
castration, removal of the sex glands of an animal, i.e., testes in the male, or ovaries and often the uterus in the female.
Castration of the female animal is commonly referred to as spaying.
Castration as a punishment or deterrent for repeat sexual offenders is a topic debated both because of questions regarding its efficacy and because of questions regarding the relative rights of offenders and their victims or potential victims.
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 Castration anxiety - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Castration anxiety is an idea put forth by Sigmund Freud in his writings on the Oedipus complex; it posits a deep-seated fear or anxiety in boys and men said to originate during the phallic stage of sexual development.
It asserts that boys, when seeing a girl's genitalia, will falsely assume that the girl had her penis removed, probably as punishment for some misbehavior.
In 19th century Europe, it was not unheard of for parents to threaten their misbehaving sons with castration, or to otherwise threaten their genitals, a phenomenon Freud documents several times.
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 Questions I Am Often Asked About My Castration
Most transgenderists and transsexuals are either already on hormones when they obtain a separate castration procedure, or receive their castration only as a part of their SRS, which means that the effects of hormones will have already caused many effects of castration.
After I had my castration surgery, I did not take any kind of hormone replacement therapy for more than two years, which means that I have experienced the unmasked effects of castration.
Castration Safety  The only safe and economical way to be castrated is by a trained and licensed medical professional.
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Castration can be helpful in these cases but it is important to identify which dog is most likely to assume the more subordinate role and castrate that dog first to increase the status gap.
Castration is unlikely to alter this behaviour as it is related to fear rather than hormone status.
Castration can help alter a dog's behaviour at any age after puberty, but it is important to remember that castration will not have an overnight effect.
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