Female sexual dysfunction (FSD) is a complicated issue because it’s caused by a combination of physical, psychological, and social issues — from stress to guilt about sex to hormonal imbalance. It’s very hard to say that dysfunction is caused… Continue reading »
There is no doubt that there is a need for a female version of ‘Viagra’ with one in 10 women in the US lacking sexual desire to an extent that it impacts their quality of life. With this in mind… Continue reading »
Myth 1 – Only Men Need Testosterone.
Many women are surprised to learn than their bodies produce testosterone just like men. The difference being that women make about 5 to 10% of the quantity. This means that it does not… Continue reading »
The female sex drive was a topic for discussion after Australia’s favourite science show Catalyst
aired a feature on the subject in late 2015.
Host Jonica Newby delved into the science behind why women seem to lose their sex drive… Continue reading »
By the time women reach their 50’s they will produce about half the amount of testosterone that they did in their early 20’s, for men there may also be an age related decline in T production. This decrease in testosterone… Continue reading »
While there are several therapies and treatments for male sexual dysfunction those for women are still lacking. The good news is the tides may be changing with the support of the FDA following a Patient-Focused Drug Development
meeting in October… Continue reading »
When testosterone blood tests are ordered by a physician, he or she may also measure your Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG). Put simply SHBG is the the carrier molecule which transports sex-steroids, like testosterone, within in the bloodstream and around… Continue reading »
There is certainly mountains of information on the internet with regards to the signs and symptoms of menopause making it difficult to discern fact from fiction. Whilst each women will experience their own menopause journey it is important they are… Continue reading »
Hormone Solutions recently received an email asking about the ingredients we use in ProFeme
– our pure progesterone cream. What is in your cream is an important question to ask, this email looks at phenoxyethanol, a preserving agent, see the… Continue reading »