This actually isnt correct - there is a gradual decline in testosterone production after menopause, especially around the age of 60. Testosterone is a precursor to oestragen, and both are produced in the ovaries, which stop functioning after menopause, hence the loss of the hormones.
Women who are going through pre-menopause have the second highest levels of testosterone. As women get older, they produce less estrogen and more testosterone. Women who are in menopause and post-menopause have the highest levels of testosterone.
Well I have been tested for diabetes cuz its runs real bad in my family, I don't take any meds, and it has been this way for a very long time, I am 33 now and its been at least 10 yrs, my doc doesn't know why its like that
It may be caused by a condition such as PCOS or diabetes. It can also be from certain medications. Other times its just a hormonal imbalance, which is particularly common around age 30.
It may make them a little moody and hateful but nothing permanent. ") hope I helped ya!
Does that affect anything physically or mentally?
What kinds of tests have they done?
Yes u did thx so much