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Can Women Suffer from Low Testosterone Levels?

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As men get older, their health and well-being can decline as a result of decreased testosterone levels. While testosterone is a hormone that is often exclusively associated with men, it is also a vital part of women’s health and wellness. This hormone is essential to helping women maintain a stable mood, energy level, and sex drive. It also helps women construct healthy bones and muscles, and maintain concentration and focus. Like men, women can also suffer from a decline in testosterone levels as they age, and experience many of the same adverse side effects.

What are the Symptoms of Low Testosterone in Women?

While most women begin suffering from low testosterone levels later in life, levels of this hormone can start to decline as early as age 30.

As testosterone levels begin to decline, women start to feel a number of adverse physical and psychological side effects. These can include the development of anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and chronic fatigue. Low testosterone can also be attributed to muscle loss, lowered sex drive, decreased sexual satisfaction, increased pain, insomnia, and loss of energy.

Often, this collection of symptoms is dismissed as an inevitable part of getting older that cannot be addressed. This does the women that suffer from low testosterone a great disservice because their symptoms can be virtually eliminated with the right treatments administered by a caring, experienced physician.

How is Low Testosterone in Women Treated?

Low testosterone levels aren’t a problem that women have to resign themselves to; there are a number of sophisticated treatments available today that can help them restore their testosterone levels and promote their overall health and wellness.

At Age Management Center of New England, we’re proud to offer bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for our female patients suffering from low testosterone levels. This state of the art treatment uses hormones that come from plant sources and are molecularly identical to natural hormones produced in the body to supplement low testosterone. This treatment can also be used to balance other hormones that have a tendency to decline and fluctuate with age, including estrogen and progesterone.

If you’re interested in undergoing bioidentical hormone replacement therapy in the Portland, Maine, or Jupiter, Florida areas, we can help. Age Management Center of New England has helped countless men and women restore their hormone levels and improve their lives with this safe, effective treatment. If you’d like more information about our practice or would like to schedule a consultation appointment, contact us today!