You are The Nun
Have you been feeling like you’ve lost your zest for life? Less interest or no interest in sex, fatigue, and a general loss of enthusiasm for life... all of these and more are signs that you may be suffering from testosterone deficiency.
What Is Testosterone Deficiency?
Testosterone Deficiency is a term used to describe a hormonal state where testosterone levels in women are negligible. With this condition, one of the main things you may notice is a decreased libido or simply no interest in sex, although you might also have an increased rate of osteoporosis. You will also likely experience fatigue, most likely in the afternoon around 2:00- 4:00. It can also feel like you’ve simply lost your zest for life.
Causes of Testosterone Deficiency
It’s important to keep in mind that when it comes to decreased libido is that there are multiple variants other than testosterone levels, such as relationships, stress, and family. So the positive things about the nun is that they’re very loyal, devoted and in-tune with their surroundings and helping others.
Symptoms of Testosterone Deficiency
If you’re experiencing testosterone deficiency, you may have only a few of the common symptoms or exhibit the entire array. Regardless of how few or many you may have, it can turn your life upside down. Here are some of the hormone imbalance symptoms associated with testosterone deficiency.
Alternative Treatments for Testosterone Deficiency
A method that can help treat the Nun is to look at potential testosterone supplementation. For this, I tend to go the route of topical cream versus pellets.
Pellets are not necessarily the best route of application for testosterone in women because they don’t control levels. Most women that are on testosterone pellets have testosterone levels that are too high and that can lead to problems because high testosterone levels can cause changes in cholesterol. It can also cause irreversible changes such as a deepening of the voice and hair growth in areas that women don’t want hair growth.
So overall, testosterone replacement should be done not simply from a hormone provider but somebody that is an expert in women’s health and hormones.
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