Testosterone cream is a topical treatment that is rubbed into the skin to increase the level of testosterone.
Why do women need testosterone?
Generally, women who have very low free testosterone levels have very little sexual desire.
This can happen to women who earlier in their lives had high levels of desire and for some physiologic reason such as a hysterectomy, the desire is no longer there.
These women know the difference in how they once felt and how they feel at a low testosterone level.
Supplementing testosterone for women restores hormones to a level of desire that resembles their former experience.
Women who have never had a medium to high level of sexual desire have no basis of comparison.
They can only try it and see if they like how it affects them.
Testosterone cream is lotions made by a compounding pharmacy usually used to treat women who have a low sex drive. The testosterone is applied to the vulva (the external female genitals, the vagina being inside the opening).
Testosterone functions by applying the cream to the skin, then it gets absorbed into the blood stream. Some creams have advanced time release technology that boost levels of testosterone throughout the entire day.
Why do men need testosterone cream?
Testosterone is necessary for many things such as libido and sex drive, maintaining muscle mass, regulating fat, bone density, energy, regulating blood sugar, blood pressure, and preventing depression.
After the age of 25, the testosterone levels in men begin declining resulting in fat deposits, heart disease, muscle mass, sexual organ shrinkage, libido, and loss of memory.
Testosterone and male sexual disorders
Male hypogonadism, male menopause/andropause are the terms frequently used to describe men with low testosterone levels.
Male menopause involves the hormonal, physiological and chemical changes that occur in all men generally between the ages of 40 and 55.
By the time men reach the age of 55, the amount of testosterone secreted into the bloodstream is significantly lower than it was just ten years before.
In fact, by age 80, most male hormone levels have decreased to pre-puberty levels.
This is true for most men that are considered healthy.
Andropause is associated with the rapid drop of testosterone levels. This condition is similar to the female condition, menopause.
It is common to use progesterone and testosterone in combination to regain normal hormone balance.
Correcting hormone balance is important for maintaining sex drive and normal erectile function.
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