Diminished Sex Drive
Loss of libido is common in perimenopause and menopause. Almost everyone experiences peaks and valleys in sexual desire, which may be caused by a variety of factors.
In perimenopause the major cause of low sex drive is a hormonal imbalance. A decrease in the three major sex hormones, oestrogens, progesterone and androgens/testosterone will result in a loss of sex drive and a lack of energy. Sex drive may also decrease or dwindle due to other menopausal symptoms, which are also related to a hormonal decline, such as fatigue, vaginal dryness, loss of sexual feeling, depression, weight gain, or even because of prescription drugs, including medication prescribed to treat menopause symptoms.
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Not All Hormones Are Prescribed Equally Not all hormone therapies that are prescribed and taken are created equally. HRT and BHRT are two very different