Bone deterioration is another common result of lowered testosterone in women, though this symptoms typically does not appear right away, but rather develops gradually over time. Testosterone plays an important role in bone production and maintenance, and when levels diminish, the body is no longer able to maintain bones as well as it once did. In fact, declining testosterone production is one of the leading causes of osteoporosis, a medical condition which affects millions of women, most of them over the age of 50.
Women with osteoporosis are more susceptible to bone breaks and fractures, which may not sound serious, but can actually cause severe complications, particularly in older patients. Fortunately, there are many different treatment options available to women who have osteoporosis, many of which cause an appreciable rise in bone strength. Your doctor can check for bone problems using simple, inexpensive tests, including X-rays.
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