This post will walk you through the ups and downs of testosterone replacement therapy and give you an idea of how long it takes testosterone to work and what to do if it isn't.
Testosterone replacement therapy can be used to help patients lose weight, improve their mood and more - but what if you don't experience those benefits? How long should you wait?
Learn more about how long you should be waiting for results and learn about which factors may be limiting your results in this guide...
Low testosterone can lead to weight gain, changes in mood, decreased energy levels and a reduction in libido.
What's more important is this:
Many women suffer from low testosterone and this condition is missed by most physicians.
As a result it becomes very important for you to understand the signs and symptoms of low testosterone to determine if you would benefit from replacement.
In this article I'm going to go over why testosterone cream may be one of the best ways to replace low testosterone levels and all of the benefits that you may experiencing during replacement.
Let's dive in...
Weight gain, acne and hair loss - are you experiencing any of these symptoms?
These are only a few of the symptoms of high testosterone in women, but the real question is this:
Why do women have high testosterone to begin with... and what can you do to lower them?
Unfortunately many Doctors may tell you that you have high testosterone but rarely ever will they offer any advice on how to lower your levels to help you feel better.
That's why it's important to have an understanding of what is going on in YOUR body so you can figure out how to get back to normal.
The important thing to realize about high testosterone is that usually (95% of the time) it is caused by something ELSE like another hormone imbalance.
So the way to fix the problem is by tackling and reversing the issue causing your high testosterone...
Weight gain, low sex drive, hair loss, decreased energy and depression.
What do these things all have in common?
They can all be caused by low Testosterone in women.
If you were under the impression that Testosterone was a male hormone, think again:
Testosterone is a very important hormone for women as well as men.
And unfortunately, it's one of those hormones that is often ignored by Doctors.
Or worse, your symptoms may be misdiagnosed as depression or as a "normal" consequence of aging.
And that's too bad...
Because you can replace testosterone safely and effectively with the right knowledge to help you get back to feeling "normal".
Let's dive in...Continue reading