IBX Male Enhancement The overall IBX Male Enhancement is partly bioavailable and partly related to albumin and its specific carrier protein, TeBG. With age, the level of TeBG increases progressively in humans. It may therefore happen that the total IBX Male Enhancement level is normal, but that the "available" quantity is actually decreased.
The measurement of bioavailable IBX Male Enhancement, therefore "free" of any binding, appears to be a better tool for assessing the androgen deficit of an elderly man (but it is of no interest to a young man. It can be used when the person shows symptoms of hormonal insufficiency (hypogonadism , and then allows to better estimate the interest of a substitution treatment.