How’s Your T? Testosterone is a hormone primarily produced in men by the testicles and in smaller amounts by a woman’s ovaries. Yes that’s right, women produce testosterone as well!
Why is Testosterone important for women?
For both men and women, testosterone plays a key role in the development and maintenance of muscle mass, strength, energy levels, and bone density. By the age of 40, these hormones have declined by over 40%. Women in particular, the maintenance of bone density and muscle mass is important, as both of these tend to deteriorate with age. Testosterone may also offer females some more subtle effects, like impacting mood and (here’s the big one) sexual desire. That’s right…the big “T” is linked to the big “O” for women as well as men.
So What are some of the Symptoms of Low T?
- Poor memory and brain fog
- Low mood, lack of motivation, no goals, and no competitive spirit
- Decreased Sex Drive
- Inability to lose weight
What’s the next step in discovering my Testosterone?
Based upon your Testosterone results after your initial consultation with Dr. Hogan, we will create a customized treatment plan that best suits your symptoms and your lifestyle. We want achieving great health to not be a hassle, but something that brings you one step closer to a life you’ll enjoy. We want you to feel 100% confident in your experience at LVWellness & Aesthetics.
LVWELL WOMEN PROGRAM
LVWell Women Program is a custom-built program designed for only you. With our programs, your focus, energy and overall quality of life will increase.
You owe it to yourself to find out more about how the LVWell Women Program can work for you.
Below are just some of the treatments that we provide:
- Estrogen Therapy
- Progesterone Therapy
- Testosterone Therapy
- DHEA Therapy
- Thyroid Therapy
- Cardiovascular Screening
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