The Best Kept Secret in Women's Healthcare: Revealed!

What is the Best Kept Secret in Women's Healthcare? Testosterone! Hormone therapy and boosting testosterone in women has been shown to significantly improve women's health. Dr. R. Stuart Fowler reveals his "best-kept secret" and the many positive benefits of hormone therapy.



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HOW TESTOSTERONE THERAPY IS IMPROVING WOMEN'S HEALTH

Most often think of testosterone and consider it the "male hormone", however it is a primary sex hormone in women as well.

Testosterone plays a key role in:


Bone & Muscle Health: Lower levels can contribute to osteoporosis, brittle bones, and can leave some more prone to injuries. Testosterone therapy can help increase bone strength and development, muscle mass, and strength. Studies have even shown an increase in lean muscle mass and have helped some women lose stubborn body fat and improved their body mass index (BMI)!


Concentration & Energy: Feeling drained? Testosterone can significantly improve energy levels and overall well-being. Some women even say they notice a substantial increase in mental clarity and focus after testosterone therapy!


Inflammation: Optimized testosterone levels can help to reduce inflammation, joint and back pain, and help reduce the risk of certain cancers.


Libido: Testosterone increases sex drive and helps stimulate tissue which can help women achieve better sexual response. Hormone imbalance can take place during pre-menopause, a hysterectomy, and reduced ovary production. Low testosterone levels can lead to lower or even loss of libido.


Could you be suffering from low testosterone levels?


Look for these symptoms:

  • Decreased Energy

  • Loss of Bone Density

  • Loss of Muscle Mass

  • Decreased Libido

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ABOUT DR. R. STUART FOWLER


Dr. R. Stuart Fowler has evaluated nearly 50,000 women during his career as a gynecologist specializing in Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy at Mayo Clinic. He was one of the first to introduce bio-identical estrogen for women in the Valley of the Sun. Up until that time, nearly every physician prescribed conjugated estrogen extracted from the urine of pregnancy mare horses. Over most of his 26 years of affiliation with Mayo Clinic, Dr. Fowler and Dr. Gino Tutera shared many mutual patients. The excellent efficacy of subcutaneous pellet therapy especially with regards to the use of testosterone became very evident compared to the other routes of delivery. Dr. Fowler was asked to join SottoPelle® after his retirement from the Mayo Clinic in the spring of 2013; his acceptance of the position speaks of his testimony as to the value and quality of the SottoPelle® approach and the organization.


Dr. Fowler is from Salt Lake City, Utah and resides in Scottsdale with his wife of 32 years. Their five children reside in four states and practice in fields of rocket science, nursing, medicine, equity research, and surfing. Dr. Fowler is a board certified gynecologist who received his specialty training at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN and subsequently was a staff gynecologist at Mayo Clinic Arizona specializing in the use of bio-identical hormones for replacement therapy and vulvovaginal conditions. He has presented numerous lectures on Hormone Replacement Therapy, Testosterone Supplementation for Women and the Use of Progestins, Side Effects and Alternatives to local, national and international audiences. He developed and holds the US Patent for the EndoCurette used in office sampling of the uterine lining. He is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists (ACOG) and a Fellow of the International Society for the Study of Vulvovaginal Disease (ISSVD). He has been nominated to the America’s Top Gynecologists (CRCA) and the Best Doctors of America (BDP&RD).

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