Women can sometimes experience hormone deficiencies in the months and years before and after menopause as their testosterone and estrogen levels start to fluctuate. Although estrogen is more commonly known as a woman’s most vital hormone, testosterone is also vital to a woman’s health since it plays a role in energy, sexual libido, muscle mass, and bone strength.
To help relieve hormone deficiency symptoms in menopausal women, scientists conducted a study on 300 pre- and post-menopausal women who received continuous testosterone therapy via a subcutaneous implant that released testosterone into their bodies over the course of the study. The scientists found that continuous testosterone therapy was able to relieve hormone deficiency symptoms in all women involved with the study, with higher doses of testosterone resulting in the greatest health improvements.
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