Low testosterone side effects in women

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I know that thyroid problems are rare in men and the effects of the T4 and T3 are much different than they are in women due to hormonal differences. I have tried to do a lot of research and it's pretty scarce on the subject relating to men. I did find that men need a little different range in the T4/3 to feel good. Are you currently on any thyroid replacement? Thanks for your post and I will add to watch list and shoot you any further information I may find. Best of luck!
Not only that, but it's right on pfizer's website, in the side effects for Depo®-Testosterone testosterone cypionate injection. Decrease libido is a possible side effect. Right now I'm off of everything, and am trying herbal supplements and an over the counter estrogen blocker. The drive is coming back, but it's slow. A friend recommended i try a different ester of testosterone. Enenthate instead of Cypionate. So those of you experiencing this problem, might consider that.
Ask about Nolvadex it is stronger and might not have the same side effects. What was his testosterone level? Were you guys able to get pregnant ever? My level was 379 and I am worried. I saw an endocrinologist and am awaiting a more complete retest of my hormones. I actually got my wife pregnant last year but she miscarried. I don't mean to be nosy, but I might be in a similar situation soon.
progesterone is the building blocks for all the hormones made in every persons body. women use progesterone to balance out the effects of oestrogen. men turn progesterone into lots of testosterone. read up about it.
Plus, there are so many women around here that now want to take it, I'm planning a seminar. So, the side effects will be helpful in discussion. My doctor has been injecting it for 2 years as a maintenance program and so has his wife. Plus, he says in some of his fibromyalgia patients, the hcg has really helped their pain lesson (not in all but in some). Everybody should investigate it for themselves and need to feel good about, wholly, before taking it.
It has shown NO negative side effects in low dosages, and in higher dosages it actually INCREASES testicle size and natural testosterone production in a short amount of time for weight lifter who are comming off a cycle and need to get back to 'normal'. Men create small amounts of this hormone, and women create a lot more of it during pregnancy. There you go, MIKE.
It is indeed low, but maybe this is just to begin with, until you adjust to the medicine...Both Metformin and Spironolactone can have some side effects...I tolerated them well, but I also started on a low dose for the first week or so. If you were to continue with only 25 of Spironolactone, I'm not sure you would get results - I know I don't...I have tried many times to lower the dose, but my hair starts falling again (the elevated androgens cause alopecia with me).
Thinning on top (a specific area common to male hairloss) is not normal hair loss pattern for women even with thyroid issues. Low thyroid can throw other hormones out of whack too. Thyroid hairloss is normally averaged all over the scalp.
My Endo also ordered tests for LH. High LH signals the brain to make more testosterone. Mine is on the low side but in the normal range. It is 3.6 mIU/ml. Supposed normal range is 1.2 to 8.6 mIU/ml. He expected my LH to be much lower. He has classified my condition as "Idiopathic", unexplainable. He said that if my testicles were damaged then my pituitary glands would respond with more LH. I should have high LH if my testosterone is low but my Lh is pretty low too.
A friend of my sent me to a Doc that raises tour testosterone using bio similar steroids . No side effects supposedly . He put six pellets in my hip .It's been 3 weeks and I feel terrific . I haven't had my blood test to check my testosterone but I suspect it will be in the six hundred range . I suggest to anyone to have your testosterone level raised with bio similar steroids. Oh by the way it lasts six months .
Oh ya, after opiate abuse, he needs to have a full hormonal check up, 9/10th of the time he will have damage to his testosterone system and have LOW testosterone, resulting in low libido... That problem is easy to cure with a patch, gell, or shot....
Any side effects? Benefits? 3) Any risks to the liver for Test treatment? What about prostate as I have BPH. 4) What about the heart as I have some cardiovascular issues. I would think that Test might help build more lean body mass and get rid of some of that abdominal fat associated with elevated triglicerides, etc. 5) Should I wait and re-test (don't know if test fluctuates up and down or if it just heads South) or should I make some sort of decision based on these numbers.
I previously thought that testosterone therapy was just for sexual issues but I looked into testosterone gel, which they were using for the study, and it seems to treat or help depression, fatigue, stamina, immune system, all the guys in the study showed improved cognitive function and no progression of MS, and none of them had any side effects or went out of the normal ranges for testosterone levels. But I can only find one study done, has anybody ever heard of anything more on this?
luvkayln: I almost forgot, No, I haven't had any side effects from the Lupron! I was afraid I'd get nauseous or something, which would be awful on a boat, but I've felt great =) My only problem was my shot Thurs hit a blood vessel or something 'cause I immediately got a welt & still have a big bruise. Other than that, it's been easy =) I uploaded a couple pics from our trip, showing my 1st yellowtail. Keep in mind, I slept on the boat, woke up & fished, so it's no beauty contest!
Is it like saying just taking longer birth control pills? What are the side effects? What are the benefits? Has FDA approved? Where i can search more about Yaz? Will it affect my future plan of having a healthy pregnancy? Also, i was told if i do want to get pregnant, i should wait 6 months after taking the birth control pills. is that true?
Vitamin E and B complex will also aid in increasing testosterone levels naturally. The disparity in age could result in a gap in drives, but understanding your husband and letting him grow into a normal pattern of conjugal relations after all that both of you have been through would help with the situation.
I received a series of 2 testosterone shots from my hormone doctor in December. He said this was to help stimulate my body in to making its own since my own levels were very low. I had a very bad reaction including all the traditional overdose symptoms: Scalp Hair Loss, Extreme Facial Hair Growth, Severe Acne in Oil Production, Loss of Period, Enlarged Clitoris, Anger/Temper Change, and Change of Voice (Scratchy and unable to produce certain sounds any longer).
I am also very interested in how the testosterone shots go. I have thought about them for myself. it is not unusual for women to be low in testosterone. it occurs natuarlly in women too but is counter balanced by estrogen. maybe i need some of that? lol, i don't think so. i have noticed that adrenalin is great for fighting pain(as are other naturally occurring chemicals)and have often thought about getting my levels of all these chemicals checked. maybe i should. Nick.
So I'm looking for anyone who had something closely related whether it be a sertoli leydig cell (a little more common than mine but still rare) or any other type of testosterone secreting sex cord tumor. The precipitous drop in testosterone after surgery (Oct. 2006) has been tough biochemically and I would love to be in touch with any one who experienced something similar.
I just looked up the side effects for the Androgel and it's side effects include anxiety and depression, along with many, many more! My husband's doctor said he preferred the shots because the Androgel has so many side effects, so I feel there is a correlation here. Below is the website for you to check out. His Endo will get to the bottom of this and quickly. I wish you both all the best! http://www.drugs.com/sfx/androgel-side-effects.
(not this one) Okay, now, my concern is the effcts after STOPPING yasmin. I understand that all bc pills are different and so are we women as far as side effects go. I have read postings about women who stopped taking yasmin and have experienced the following: - anxiety, panic attacks, heart palpitations and fluttering - depression - excessive weight gain - hair loss *I already have a prob. with depression, anxiety and panic attacks, so I am currently on medication.
When I was reading for information on the internet, I don't think I read that much information as far as how long it would be in your system. I did read in a book, that states that the side effects would only last for as long as you take the medication. But today, I am feel horrible. I don’t know when to test, because I have been irregular, for the past 6 months. December , I had a cycle for 16 days. Then nothing until March 4th.
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yep....no side effects and i have been on it like 3 mths...women also have testosterone...just not as much as a guy.altho some women do! I do not possess lots as u can tell i am very "female" if i were borderline masculine then perhaps i woulda been afrad...so far the nrg has helped me tremendously..i love feeling like doing sumpin again..
HR can you please answer the question i asked in my other post in this thread, can the HCV by itself cause the low testosterone? i have read that liver disease will cause the testicles to shrink, could that be related to low testosterone? is it possible that treating HCV can be beneficial with some of my health problems i have posted above? i really find it hard to believe that most of my health problems are NOT from the HCV. there has to be a link between them & HCV.
Plus possibly thinking I can't be bothered to get dressed up or dehaired or what ever ones ritual is, as perhaps we go to extra efforts that other ladies wouldn't because of these added side effects? Incidentally, the reason I was looking around was because I suffer with a reasonable crop of hair on my breasts,nipples and chest as a result of my hormone imbalance.
Also I have read accounts of high blood pressure from T therapy, and potential for other long term side effects. I am most interested in finding out if it is truly 'low' and needed in my case, and if so, will it safely help reverse many of my sx, both sexual and energy, mood, etc. I am going to take it carefully and slowly, but if I show a real need for Testosterone, I may likely take the risk and see how I like the effects.
I was fortunate enough to be treated with pegylated interferon and ribaviran combination therapy for 48 weeks in 2006/07. I had many side effects during treatment, but I have cleared the virus. The comments from all of you are mirroring my life. I have joint pain in my fingers, wrists, elbows, ankles, knees, hips. I have muscle aches and fatigue from any activity. I have depression. I have lower back pain. I don't sleep well.
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