Male Hormones Not Tied to Women's Libido, however, DHEA & Testosterone is!
SOURCE: Journal of the American Medical Association, July 6, 2005.
Although recent reports have apparently shown that testosterone seems to affect women's
interest in sex, their levels of male hormones -- androgens -- are not clearly tied to sexual function, according to a report in this week's Journal of the American Medical Association.
It has been theorized that low androgen (testosterone) levels are, at least
in part, to blame when a woman has little interest or enjoyment in sex, but supporting evidence for this
notion has been lacking,
The researchers assessed sexual function and measured levels of various
androgens, such as
By contrast, a low level of dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEAS) did correlate with low sexual desire,arousal, and responsiveness.
The results contradict the idea of using testosterone to treat low sexual
desire disorder, the researchers conclude.
DHEAS levels can be elevated by the simple suplementation of USP grade DHEA.
50 mg taken twice
& DHEAS. (See Volume 774, NYAS).
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