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What is testosterone?

Testosterone is a sex hormone that is important in the development of male reproductive tissues such as the penis, testes and prostate. Males and females both naturally produce testosterone, though males produce far more testosterone than females. In males, most testosterone is made by the testes. In females, testosterone is made by the ovaries and converted to female sex hormones. Buy testosterone online in Switzerland

Testosterone levels can vary greatly depending on your sex, age and health. In males, testosterone levels are usually highest at age 20. After this, levels gradually reduce. A pregnant woman will have more testosterone than a healthy, non-pregnant woman.

What does testosterone do?

Testosterone is important in the development of the male reproductive organs, such as the testicles and penis.

It is responsible for the changes during puberty in males, such as body hair, a deeper voice, stronger muscles and penis growth.

In adult males, testosterone carries out important body functions, such as:

  • regulating sex drive, mood and bone and muscle strength
  • making blood cells
  • helping the testes make sperm

In females, testosterone is need for bone and muscle strength and sex drive. Some of it is convert to a form of oestrogen.

Why are my testosterone levels low?

If you have low testosterone levels, it may mean that your body is unable to make enough testosterone. This could be because your testes are not working properly, or because the pituitary gland in your brain is not telling your testes to make testosterone.

Causes of low testosterone levels include:

Some people use the term ‘andropause’ or ‘male menopause’ to refer to the decline in testosterone with ageing. This term is misleading. It suggests that males don’t have enough testosterone as they get older, however there is no clear evidence that this is a problem in healthy people.

You may have a greater drop in your testosterone levels if you have long-term medical conditions or if you are over size. If low testosterone is a problem for you, you may want to speak to your doctor about whether it is simply because you are getting older or if there is another cause.

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