Low Female Testosterone Level

Low Female Testosterone Level: Overview

Testosterone was once considered an exclusively male hormone.  Men produce 10 to 15 times more than women, but research over the past decade has demonstrated that this hormone also plays a definite role in women's physical and psychological health, particularly their sex drive.

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Testosterone, which is significantly reduced following surgical or natural menopause, regulates a woman's libido.  Heightened libido is not the only benefit of testosterone; many women report that they have more energy and a greater sense of well-being.

Signs, symptoms & indicators of Low Female Testosterone Level:

Lab Values - Hormones

Counter-indicators

Symptoms - Metabolic

Counter-indicators

Symptoms - Mind - Emotional

Symptoms - Mind - General

Counter-indicators

Symptoms - Reproductive - General

Conditions that suggest Low Female Testosterone Level:

Hormones

Metabolic

Migraine/Tension Headaches

Migraines are more common among women who have very low testosterone levels.

Cluster Headaches

Several studies have found that sufferers of cluster and migraine headaches tend to have subnormal levels of total testosterone, DHEA sulfate, and pregnenolone.

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Risk factors for Low Female Testosterone Level:

Symptoms - Food - Intake

Recommendations for Low Female Testosterone Level:

Diet

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