•   Wednesday, 25 November 2020
Sexual Disorders

Testosterone to improve the sexual life of post-menopausal women

Menopause in women is a problematic condition, especially when it can be difficult, stressful and troublesome for the person concerned, but also for her family and friends.

Attention, menopausal woman! Run! Run!

The hormonal storm that can then unleash itself in a woman's body is often reminiscent of the most powerful hurricane that can wipe everything off the face of the earth. Of course, these are rather extreme cases, but they do happen. In other situations, a woman undergoing menopause may experience symptoms in the form of hidden symptoms or in the form of symptoms occurring during the least expected moments of her life, for example during sexual intercourse.
The organism of a woman who, as is commonly said, blooms is exposed to unpleasant effects of menopause, such as hot flashes, excessive sweating, general weakness or irritability. Unfortunately, one of the rather serious consequences of menopause is also the lack of appetite for sexual life.

Menopause and relationship troubles

Women who experience menopause often complain about a lack of willingness to have intercourse with their partner, which causes problems in the relationship and tensions that can lead to recurring depression, nervous conditions or even breakup.

If the therapy recommended by a doctor, which is supposed to eliminate the disastrous effects of menopause, does not work, it is possible to make it effective with the help of a male hormone - testosterone.

Testosterone as an element to improve the sexual life of post-menopausal women

Testosterone is mainly a male hormone, but this does not mean that it does not occur in women. A small amount of testosterone is responsible, among other things, for the proper functioning of the ovaries. It is produced by ovaries and adrenal cortex. Its slight leaning upwards can be seen during ovulation and pregnancy.

To investigate the impact of testosterone on postmenopausal women, it is worth noting a study from Monash University, Australia, where the main coordinating researcher of the project presented its results in the following way. They were carried out on a research group of 8480 women, usually after menopause. They received testosterone or placebo as well as hormone replacement therapy for women during menopause.

As a result, women who received testosterone were found to be more interested in sex than women who received testosterone. The male hormone contributed to increasing libido, sexual stimulation, orgasm and fear of sexual contact.

Menopause and the joy of life

Often, women who have already had menopause do not want to live, and even more so, they are no longer interested in the erotic sphere of life. Mental ill health in post-menopausal women is a common problem that needs to be treated on an equal footing with other symptoms, as it has a negative impact on the whole body and mind in the long term. It is also worth changing the attitude that after the menopause you can not enjoy life. Yes, you can, and you even have to. It is the time of rest, relaxation, which should be devoted to the realization of one's own goals and intentions, dreams and plans, for which there was no time so far.

Also check