10 Symptoms of Low Testosterone

Testosterone, a hormone called androgen, is often referred to as a male hormone. It is not. Women also produce testosterone. The normal level of testosterone for women is 15 to 70 ng/dL. For women, testosterone aids in a lot of function such as producing new blood cells. The hormone also enhances libido and works on influencing follicle-stimulating hormones. These hormones affect your reproduction. This hormone requires a perfect balance. Too much or too little testosterone in women can affect their overall health.

For example, if you produce too much testosterone, you will notice signs of the overproduction such as facial hair, acne and fluid retention. Your voice may deepen and you may develop male pattern boldness.

1. Fatigue

Feeling tired or overworked often happens. This is not feeling fatigued. Fatigue is the unrelenting feeling of exhaustion. You are exhausted all the time. The unrelenting exhaustion won’t go away regardless of how much sleep or rest you get. The unrelenting tiredness begins to interfere with every aspect of your life because you cannot complete your daily tasks. It can also have a negative impact on your emotional and mental health. The unrelenting exhaustion can have one or more causes. These causes include lack of exercise, habits or routine. Sometimes a medical condition can cause fatigue such as Low T, cancer, anemia, concussion and COPD.