Testosterone replacement for women and the biased medical community why we need it for our libido, breasts, muscles, brain, bones, weight loss and more!
In women, testosterone can begin to decrease around the age of 40 to half of what they produced in their 20s. This is one of the first triggers for aging that is more often than not overlooked in the mainstream medical community.
Testosterone is a hormone that affects the entire body as most hormones do. Women often associate testosterone with sex drive and muscle-building which is of course very important for those functions but that’s not all it is good for.
In this episode.
- Symptoms of testosterone deficiency syndrome.
- Why it is not recognized in the medical community.
- Why do we lose it as we age and what are the other reasons that can down regulate testosterone production?
- Why replacing it can help some women restore their sex drive while others it won’t.
- What other hormones are affected by testosterone levels.
- How testosterone can protect you from breast cancer.
- Why testosterone can give some women acne and facial hair while others don’t get it.
- Best ways to test testosterone levels
- Why it is not FDA approved.
- The sexism between men and women and testosterone replacement.
- All of the many benefits of testosterone on the female body
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