*The results described are not typical and will vary based on a variety of factors.
Testosterone For Women
Not Just A Male Hormone:
Testosterone is widely known as a male hormone, but it is produced by the ovaries as well and is a critically important hormone for a women’s physical and emotional health. At The Harding Medical Institute we believe that it is important to balance all of your hormones to get the results you want.
Testosterone’s Role In Women:
Maintain sex drive: Testosterone actively increases the sex drive in both men and women. However, 86% of women state they have a decrease in sexual interest with menopause as the ovaries stop producing Estrogen, Progesterone, and Testosterone. In some women, testosterone creams have been found to revive sex drive.
Keep bones healthy: The correct balance of testosterone furthers and supports the growth and strength of healthy bones, while too much or too little can harm bones. Testosterone replacement after menopause could help some women maintain healthy bones.
Manage pain levels: According to research in the journal Pain, women who take birth control pills and have levels of testosterone that are out of balance with levels of estrogen might have less ability to manage their pain response.
Preserve cognitive health: Changes in cognition and cognitive fatigue may be related to changing hormone levels. Correcting testosterone levels might help prevent cognitive fatigue.
Testosterone Also Does The Following:
- Regulates metabolism
- Increases sense of emotional well-being, self-confidence, and motivation
- Increases muscle mass and strength
- Maintains a healthy immune function
- Helps maintain memory
- Increases muscle tone so your skin does not sag
- Decreases excess body fat
- Regulates mood and aids brain function
The following are symptoms of Testosterone loss:
- Muscle wasting despite adequate calorie and protein intake
- Weight gain and decline in muscle tone
- Fatigue, decreased energy
- Low self-esteem
- Decreased HDL (good cholesterol)
- Decreased sex drive
- Mild depression
- Less dreaming
- Dry, thin skin, with poor elasticity
- Loss of pubic hair
- Thinning and dry hair
- Droopy eyelids
- Sagging cheeks
- Thin lips
- Hypersensitive, hyper-emotional states
Low Testosterone Levels Can Be Caused By:
- Surgical menopause
- Adrenal stress or burnout
- Psychological trauma
- Birth control pills
- Certain medications can lower testosterone
Elite Testosterone For Women Level Testing:
The Harding Medical Institute specializes in women’s hormone health. Hormone balance and hormone replacement are essential to giving back your energy, vitality, and youthful sexuality. We thoroughly evaluate all of your hormone levels with the top endocrine diagnostic labs in the world to insure precise, advanced results. Each laboratory is selected based on rigorous credentials and excellence in their specific field.
Overcoming The Symptoms Of Testosterone Imbalance
Fortunately, Testosterone imbalance can be treated. The goal of your treatment plan is to restore the balance of hormones in your body and help you feel good again. By restoring the balance between all of your hormones such as Estrogen, Progesterone, Testosterone in the body, symptoms can be alleviated and even eliminated. Research has found that supplementing testosterone in the form of bioidentical hormone replacement creams or pills can help women overcome many of the symptoms.
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