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The Savvy Women's Guide to Testosterone

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Edition: Paperback
Pages: 5.5 x 8.5, 288 pages
ISBN: 1-933213-00-0
Publisher: HER Place Press
Release Date: April 1, 2005
© 2005

Testosterone is as natural to women as estrogen. It is not just a man's hormone. From a woman's teens until menopause, her body makes more testosterone than estrogen!
Testosterone is crucial to a woman's health and well-being. Loss of testosterone can cause loss of sex drive and sexual sensation, marked fatigue, low energy, hair loss, decreased stamina, loss of height, and other symptoms.
New testosterone therapy options for women are poised to hit the consumer market in 2006 and will revolutionize approaches to help women's sexual response, much as Viagra revolutionized the treatment of erectile dysfunction in men. Now it's women's turn.
The Savvy Women's Guide to Testosterone, has been written by Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet, a nationally known women's health physician and hormone specialist to provide reliable, cutting-edge medical information, important now to overcome stigma and negative myths about testosterone. Dr. Vliet teaches women to avoid risks of improper dosing using new treatment options with bioidentical testosterone. This book will help women learn ways to restore libido, improve muscle strength, build healthy bone and maintain normal energy levels.
Is this You?

  • Loss of interest in sex
  • Loss of sexual sensation
  • Easily fatigued, low energy, decreased stamina
  • Feeling blah, flat or blue
  • Diminished muscle tone and strength; feeling muscles are
         getting “weaker,” not responding to exercise as well
  • Reduced height – may be due to bone loss
  • Thinning hair
  • Dry eyes
  • More frequent headaches