Low Testosterone In Women

Published on July 5, 2013 by

Testosterone is sadly over looked in women by most doctors. Males make a lot more Testosterone than men but they still require it.

Testosterone in women

Symptoms of low Testosterone in women include: lack of libido, low energy, inability to concentrate/brain fog, lack of muscle tone, bone loss, slow metabolism, moodiness, depressed, anxious, night sweats, etc. Testosterone comes in the form of cream or pellets for safe replacement. Oral versions (pills, drops, or troches) are not recommended for safety reasons. It is important to dose the Testosterone appropriately for each patient. Customized treatment is important.

Bio-identical hormone replacement with Testosterone is an important piece of optimal health. No treatment regimen is complete without a healthy diet, regular exercise, and stress management.


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