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Women can also have low testosterone levels. In fact, the majority of our low testosterone patients are female. The testosterone hormone plays an important role in a females brain and body, especially with sleep quality, night time hot flashes, sex drive, and belly fat.
Low T is not just a male issue
Hormones are what make you feel young and energetic. They control your mood and alertness. Most importantly, they help your body heal and repair from the daily damage our bodies experience.
When (not if) your hormones start to decline, it is common to begin to feel older. Since our hormones drop gradually, the symptoms of aging can also come on gradually. Many times we accept these changes as normal. We say we feel bad because we work hard, don’t eat well, don’t exercise enough, and are stressed.
However, in many cases, you may feel this way because your hormones are not balanced. A simple blood test can tell you if your hormones could be playing a role in the way you feel. A detailed history, exam, and lab evaluation with an experienced provider can help determine your hormone levels and evaluate possible causes and treatments to help you feel better.
What people commonly say about using hormone therapy
Besides aging, other common problems that can increase your chance of having low testosterone include the following:
What is causing my Low T?
At Personal MD we use bio-identical pellets, bio-identical creams, synthetic subcutaneous injections, intra muscular injections, and commercial creams. We feel that hormones are a “key” and your body is the “lock.” Our job is to help you find out which approach will fit you the best.
Molly is a board certified nurse practitioner with a special interest in women’s health and hormone therapy. Let her help you feel your best by fixing your hormone imbalance. Call 214-718-2668 today to schedule an appointment. email@example.com. #PelletsByMolly