Hormones such as testosterone, androsterone and DHT are commonly thought of as “male” hormones yet even the “female” hormones like estrogen and progesterone are vitally important to a man’s health, well-being and quality of life. Of course men have higher amounts of testosterone and lower amounts of estrogen then women but they all play a part.
Imbalanced hormones can contribute to hair loss, low or absent libido, erectile dysfunction, gynecomastia (“man boobs”), belly fat, loss of muscle mass, and lack of stamina. These imbalances are also correlated with chronic diseases like depression, diabetes, hypertension, heart disease and cancer.
Take this test to see your probability of having male sex hormone imbalances.