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http://fabulously40.com/images/nonono.gifMenopause can be such a challenge. There's the whole "fuzzy brain" scenario—you know, that "where is my car/my purse/my mind" experience.


Or maybe it's your body that's pooping out. You know exercise would help but you just don't have it in you to work out.


And let's not even talk about your sex drive. Right now, you feel like you have a starring role in "Sexless in the City!" You've lost that lovin' feeling and you don't know where to find it!


Is this just part-and-parcel of the whole menopause/low estrogen issue or could something else be going on—like a case of low testosterone (Low "T")?


Dr. Michael Krychman, Executive Director of the Southern California Center for Sexual Health and Survivorship Medicine in Newport Beach California explains, "While estrogen is critical, it is my belief that there is interplay between lowered estrogen and lowered testosterone levels in women as they age."


What you need to know about testosterone:


  • It's part of our hormonal makeup.Not just a guy thing, the steroid hormone testosterone is produced in smaller amounts by body—one place is our ovaries—and is essential for [Link Removed] with testosterone can benefit your heart, mood, energy, and bone and muscle health. Additionally, testosterone can sustain skin elasticity and tone, encourage heart health, boost libido, help prevent osteoporosis risks, decrease body fat and increase muscle strength.



You think you have low "T." Now what?


  • First, rule out other medical problems by scheduling a visit with your health care professional, or [Link Removed], coupled with testosterone levels.



Bottom line? Don't blame Mama Estrogen for all your menopause miseries. Papa Testosterone could be partly responsible for your brain fog, exhaustion and crashing libido! Get the info you need to take charge of dealing with your symptoms. Evaluate the risks and benefits, to determine what is best for your body and your quality of life.


Suffering in silence is OUT. Reaching out is IN.


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