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Testosterone and libido in surgically and naturally menopausal women

Alexander J.L Dennerstein L. Burger H. Graziottin A.
Testosterone and libido in surgically and naturally menopausal women
Womens' Health (2006) 2 (3), 459-477

The assessment and then treatment of a change in libido, or a change in the desire to partake in sexual activity, during the menopausal transition and beyond has been a challenging and elusive area of clinical research. A careful review of current evidence from randomized, controlled trials lends support to the value of the replacement of testosterone in the estrogen-replete menopausal woman for whom libido and desire has declined.


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