Female Testosterone Deficiency
Female Study 1
The Jean Hailes Foundation
There is increasing evidence that testosterone replacement improves the quality of life for postmenopausal women.
Female Study 2
Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science 2002
Testosterone therapy in postmenopausal women improves cognitive function, sexuality, strength, and their sense of well-being.
The decline in testosterone becomes apparent a decade before menopause.
Female Study 3
Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School 2006
Testosterone has a positive effect on bone density, body composition, and neurobehavior in women.
Female Study 4
The Jean Hailes Foundation 2006
Tesosterone deficiency in women results in a decreased sense of well-being, chronic fatigue, and a loss of sexuality.
Testosterone levels in women can begin to fall in the twenties with symptoms beginning in the thirties.
Female Study 5 (Posted 4/11/07)
Palacios Institute of Women's Health, Madrid, Spain 2007
The effectiveness of testosterone replacement in women is clear and positive while side effects are similar to placebo.
Female Study 6 (Posted 4/11/07)
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine 2007
In females treatment with testosterone is effective and has a favorable safety profile.
Female Study 7 (Posted 4/29/07)
Weinberg Center for Women's Health & Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland 2007
Depression and feelings of poor health are associated with low testosterone levels.
Female Study 8 (Posted 8/8/07)
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA 2007
"Except for hirsutism and acne, the therapeutic administration of testosterone is safe for up to several years."