Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Women

Written by Dr. Simmons, Published on May 27th, 2014

testosterone Therapy For WomenEven Women Need Testosterone!

These days, people are growing more and more aware of the ways in which Testosterone Replacement Therapy can benefit men suffering from Testosterone Deficiency or Andropause, but most people in America don’t understand that Testosterone plays an incredibly important role in the health of women as well.

Even though Testosterone and Estrogen are commonly known as the Male Hormone and the Female Hormone, respectively, both sexes have a lesser need for the hormone which exemplifies the opposite sex. And women often need Testosterone Replacement Therapy just as badly as their male counterparts.

Testosterone controls and promotes many aspects of feminine health. It promotes healthy bones and wards off osteoporosis. It also encourages stronger muscles, protects against frailty, and promotes a healthier psychological profile.

More than anything else, however, Testosterone promotes sexual health. Women need healthy Testosterone Levels in order to experience sexual satisfaction and encourage healthy sexual function.

Testosterone, like Estrogen, is a member of a group of hormones known as Androgens. Both hormones are synthesized by the body from a precursor hormone known as DHEA, and all of these hormones are derivatives of cholesterol.

How Do Women Make Testosterone?

Women secrete Testosterone from the Adrenal Glands and the Ovaries. These organs produce just enough Testosterone to meet the needs of the female body. One thing that most women don’t realize is that, after menopause, the ovaries still have the capability to create and secrete Testosterone. Ovary removal significantly increases the risk of Testosterone Deficiency, because often, the Adrenal Glands are not capable of producing enough Testosterone on their own.

Testosterone Functions in Women

  • Sustains strength and muscle mass
  • Encourages healthy bone structure and Bone Mineral Density
  • Enhances libido
  • Encourages normal sexual function
  • Increases the sensitivity of the clitoris and nipples
  • Encourages healthy mood

The Impact of Menopause on Testosterone Production

Menopause and Perimenopause are well-known for their limiting effect upon Estrogen and other female sex hormones, but the condition also causes the female body to sharply reduce its Testosterone Production. Medical research has shown that Menopause generally leads to a drop in Testosterone Secretion of 50% or more. Ovary-removal will exacerbate this decline significantly, and hysterectomy will also have a negative influence on Testosterone production.

The Impact of Stress on Female Testosterone Production

Stress can also exacerbate Testosterone Production among women, because excess stress causes the body to divert precursor hormones that would normally produce Testosterone to be diverted into the synthesis of Cortisol. This has a negative influence before Menopause, but after Menopause, the impact can be devastating for female health. Stress can also cause symptoms of perimenopause to manifest themselves earlier, even by the late 30s in many cases.

Excess Cortisol Production and Sex Hormone Deficiency can contribute to a number of negative issues, including reduced libido, weight gain, fatigue, loss of Bone Mineral Density, thinner, weaker hair, and muscle atrophy. There are also prescription medications that can limit the production of Testosterone.

Testosterone for Women DoctorHow To Treat Female Testosterone Deficiency

For women that are experiencing a decline in quality of life resulting from Low-T, Bio-Identical Testosterone HRT can be used to restore Testosterone Levels and Hormone Balance in women.

Our medical clinic provides full diagnostic testing designed to help uncover any underlying Hormone Conditions, including Testosterone Deficiency. If our tests reveal that you have clinically low Testosterone Levels, one of our Bio-Identical Hormone Doctors can design a Testosterone Replacement Therapy Program designed to restore your body’s hormone balance.

In addition to our various Testosterone HRT Products, we also provide a comprehensive health plan to help you get your health, sexuality, and life back on track. This comprehensive program includes exercise and diet advice, as well as a supplement regimen designed to provide you with all the nutrients your body needs for peak function.

How Replacing Low Testosterone Works

Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Women is a simple concept: Women stop making enough Testosterone, so the goal of Bio-Identical Testosterone Therapy is to provide the patient with the necessary dosage of Testosterone needed to restore youthful Testosterone Concentrations.

One important difference between Male and Female Testosterone Replacement Therapy is that women are not medically approved to take Testosterone without concurrent Estrogen Supplementation. Estrogen is necessary to preserve the normal feminine hormone balance while also promoting the benefits of Testosterone Replacement Therapy.

Women are not recommended to ever take more Testosterone than is necessary to restore healthy levels for their sex, because women are highly susceptible to overdose, and can experience masculinization as a result of overdose and abuse.

If you are a woman interested in Testosterone Replacement Therapy, our clinic can provide you with the Low-Dose Testosterone that you need to improve your health and your sexual ability. All you have to do is fill out the form on our website and you can set up a phone call to discuss the benefits of Hormone Replacement Therapy with one of our friendly medical specialists.

What Women Can Benefit from Testosterone Replacement Therapy?

  • Women with Hypopituitarism
  • Women with Adrenal Hormone Imbalance
  • Women that Have Undergone Hysterectomy or Oophorectomy (Ovary Removal)
  • Women with Age-Related Testosterone Deficiency
  • Women with Unexplained Sexual Complications

What Women Should Avoid Testosterone Therapy?

  • Women with Liver Disease
  • Women with Heart Disease or Elevated Cholesterol
  • Women with a History of Uterine or Breast Cancer
  • Women that are Pregnant or Could Become Pregnant

Women that could possibly become pregnant are strongly urged to utilize strong birth control, if not multiple forms of birth control. Prenatal Testosterone exposure can negatively impact the sexual development of the unborn child.

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How Does Testosterone Treatment Impact Feminine Sexual Health?

Although there are multiple benefits to Testosterone HRT for Women, most women utilize the therapy in order to treat underlying sexual issues. Testosterone is responsible for normal sexual function and libido among women.

For women experiencing Testosterone Deficiency, Hormone Replacement Therapy can increase the incidence of sexual fantasies and desires, and can improve both the ease and strength of arousal. Testosterone even increases the pleasure associated with sex, and increases the frequency and strength of the female orgasm.

It is important to note that all women are different and respond in their own way to Testosterone. Many women can still experience healthy sexual activity even with abnormally low levels of Testosterone. On the other hand, Healthy Testosterone Levels do not guarantee an increased interest in sex. It’s all about individual biology and chemistry.

Side Effects of Testosterone Abuse and Overdose in Women

The goal of Feminine Testosterone Replacement Therapy is only to restore Testosterone Levels associated with youth and virility in female patients. The abuse of Testosterone can lead to masculinization and a number of negative symptoms, including:

  • Increase in Clitoris Size
  • Changes in Menstrual Cycle
  • Deepening of the Voice
  • Diminishing Breast Tissue
  • Increased Irritation and Anger
  • Abnormal Growth of Hair
  • Thinning Hair or Male-Pattern Baldness
  • Oily Skin and Acne

Women that take Low-Dose Testosterone Replacement Therapy have a low incidence of side-effects. Luckily, most of the symptoms associated with the misuse of Testosterone are reversible. The only change that may be permanent is any change in the sound of one’s voice.

Is Testosterone the Correct Choice for You?

If, after reading this article, you feel that Testosterone may be the answer you’ve been searching for, we encourage you to contact our medical clinic with any questions you may have about treatment. We have perfected the art of providing Hormone Replacement Therapy services to our patients online, and we can arrange the necessary physical with one of our national affiliates in your state.

We will use the diagnostic data from that appointment to determine your complete hormone profile, and we can arrange for you to get Testosterone Treatment, or whatever treatment you require to restore your health and your sexual ability.

We patiently and happily await your call!

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