Testosterone Hormone Replacement

What is Testosterone?

The ovaries and adrenal glands produce most of the testosterone in women. Testosterone simulates an increase in muscle mass, boosts libido, improves energy/mood, and opposes the cell proliferative effects of estrogen to reduce the risk of breast cancer. By inducing increased bone mass, testosterone also reduces the risk of osteoporosis in women. Testosterone is especially responsible for sex drive, sexual experience, and sensitivity of a woman's clitoris and nipples. As women age and progress through menopause, hormone levels decline, including testosterone. Testosterone isn't just a guy thing - supplemental testosterone for women is essential for optimal wellness as well as sexual health.

Do I Have Low Testosterone?

You might have low testosterone if you experience any of these symptoms:

  • Decreased libido
  • Low hematocrit
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Lack of motivation
  • Decreased sense of well-being
  • Osteoporosis
  • Decreased muscle mass and strength

Low testosterone and high risk for cardiovascular disease go hand-in-hand. Supplemental testosterone for both men and women lowers the risk of a heart attack.

What About Too Much Testosterone?

Women that have excessively high levels of testosterone may have a condition called polycystic ovarian syndrome, or PCOS. Click here to read more about PCOS.

The Solution: Dr. Terlinsky's Bioidentical Testosterone Replacement Therapy

By first determining your current levels of testosterone, Dr. Terlinsky can then prescribe you a personalized treatment plan of bioidentical testosterone for you. He has helped several women just like you get their lives back and feel better to live happier, longer. Contact Dr. Terlinsky today and let him easily correct your low testosterone with Bioidentical Testosterone Replacement Therapy.

Getting Started

The best way to evaluate if Nu-Living's Neo-Revive treatment is appropriate for you is to have a short phone conversation about your current state of health. So give us a call at (703) 379-7110. Or if you prefer, fill out our getting started form and we'll get in touch. We serve clients from the greater Washington, DC metro area.