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Should Women Consider Taking Testosterone?

Should Women Consider Taking Testosterone?......It's the loss of testosterone, and not estrogen, that causes women in midlife to tend to gain weight, feel fatigue and lose mental focus, bone density and muscle tone -- as well as their libido....Adequate levels of testosterone are necessary for physical and mental health in both sexes.....Read more...kur spa nyc


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Should the Modern Man Be Taking Testosterone? - The Atlantic

By now you've likely seen the commercials. Fit-looking middle-age men... rubbing testosterone gel on their shoulder, upper arm, or abdomen. The commercials don't mention a 2009 study in the New England Journal of Medicine wherein a group of men on testosterone replacement therapy had more than four times the number of cardiovascular problems -- so many that the study had to be halted.

Testosterone use has escalated in the U.S. without evidence that most men need the hormone.

Serious Health Risks Increase in Older Men Taking Testosterone Treatment


Testosterone deficiency is exceedingly less common than marketing campaigns and "you only think you feel fine" culture would have us believe.


what was once given to counteract damaging effects of chemo (and other problems), is now sold as a lifestyle product "Taking testosterone if you're otherwise healthy could jeopardize your health for virtually no gain. And, if you're using a topical gel or cream, you're also jeopardizing the health of anyone in your family that you end up having skin to skin contact with." Dr. Mercola~ ways to increase naturally are exercise and diet

This shows one individual having the strength and courage to live their truth! 'Jamie Raines, studying psychology at the University of Essex, began taking testosterone when he was 17 years old to assist his female-to-male transition, which he tracked through a daily selfie. He has racked up more than 1,400 self-portraits that show his facial hair growth, change in bone structure and other developments.' Transgender Teen Takes Selfies Every Day For Three Years to Document Transition:


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