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Testosterone Treatment

You may think of testosterone as male hormone, but women make this hormone too. It is just one of the sex hormones that women produce, along with oestrogen and progesterone.

Why use testosterone?

The current recommended reason is for persistent low sex drive (Hypoactive sexual desire disorder, HSDD) in women after all other possible factors, including taking adequate estrogen, have been addressed. Even with this indication, it does not help everyone. Many women also recommend its use for low energy, low mood, fatigue or brain fog.

We will need to do blood tests before starting treatment with repeat testing after 3-6 months on treatment.

How is testosterone treatment given?

Testosterone is usually given as a gel, which you rub into your skin. It comes as a gel in a small sachet, tube or pump dispenser and you only need to rub this gel into your skin. The gel should be rubbed onto your lower abdomen, thighs or the inner aspect of your forearm. In the UK testosterone is not currently licensed for use by women, so it is said to be prescribed ‘off licence’. Our pharmacists will explain this to you.

Images are for illustration purposes only, your treatment options will be discussed in your consultation.

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