When I heard the news that the FDA had granted approval for testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) for women, I couldn’t believe it.
Not only is it one of the most important and widely used treatments available today, but it’s also incredibly safe.
If the FDA approves TRT, and it’s approved in the US, it would make TRT the most widely available form of testosterone treatment in the world.
I know that it sounds counterintuitive, but TRT is actually the fastest-growing and most effective form of treatment for men and women in the developed world.
And TRT treatments are also available for a wide variety of conditions including: anxiety, depression, pain, fatigue, post-op acne, infertility, and more.
So why isn’t the FDA approving TRT for women?
Well, I think that there’s two main reasons.
First, testosterone is not a drug.
The FDA has specifically said that testosterone therapy does not qualify as a treatment for a specific medical condition.
Second, testosterone treatments are not FDA-approved, meaning that they can’t be prescribed to patients, and they’re not available to women in clinical trials.
As such, it’s unlikely that TRT would be approved for women in our lifetimes.
The USTR’s own guidelines for testosterone treatments also prohibit TRT.
In short, TRT isn’t a drug, and testosterone therapy is not FDA approved for any specific medical reason.
Why aren’t women taking TRT?
Because the FDA doesn’t have a single set of guidelines for TRT treatment, which means that no one is able to prescribe TRT to women.
For this reason, the FDA generally doesn’t allow TRT use in women.
The problem with that is that the vast majority of women take testosterone and there are a few women out there who do.
There are women out of the US who take TRT on a daily basis, for example, and many other women do not.
So the vast, vast majority is taking TRW and TRT together, which is what the USTR recommends.
But, of course, there are exceptions to that.
For example, some women take TRW or TRT without using any testosterone at all.
These women have different needs and circumstances than those who use TRT alone.
In the US specifically, some patients who use testosterone therapy alone do well, and some who use it with estrogen therapy are less likely to experience any side effects.
But most women who take testosterone therapy with estrogen don’t experience any problems or side effects, according to the US Food and Drug Administration.
So TRT as a form of TRW therapy is a good option for women who want to use TRW with estrogen and testosterone.
But is TRT really safe?
The short answer is: no.
There’s evidence that TRW can lead to side effects and even death, so it’s certainly not for everyone.
However, there’s also research showing that TRTW can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, improve bone health, and improve the overall health of the heart.
The National Institutes of Health recently published a review that looked at studies looking at TRTW versus other forms of TRT and concluded that there was “low evidence of adverse cardiovascular effects in humans.”
The NIH also concluded that the “benefits of testosterone therapy for cardiovascular disease prevention and treatment are likely to outweigh the risks.”
But, you may be wondering why testosterone is even considered safe when it comes to women, when it’s so widely used in the developing world.
Because testosterone therapy, when combined with estrogen, can lead the body to produce more estrogen.
Estrogen is the main form of estrogen used to treat osteoporosis and other health problems.
It’s also known to increase bone density, and can improve the quality of bone health.
It can also decrease levels of free radical damage in the body.
So, when used correctly, testosterone therapy can improve bone density and help maintain bone health in women with osteoporos.
But in many women with certain conditions, testosterone can lead them to develop osteoporsis, which can cause fractures and damage the bones.
This is a serious problem for women with other health issues, such as diabetes and high blood pressure.
As a result, the US Department of Health and Human Services recently updated its guidelines for how to use testosterone for women and men.
It now states that “it is not recommended that women with prostate cancer be treated with testosterone alone.”
So, to make sure that TRTH is safe for women taking testosterone alone, the health authorities recommend that women take a combination of estrogen and a testosterone-containing pill.
This includes a TRTW-containing testosterone pill and a TRTR-containing hormone replacement pill.
So if you want to be sure that you’re taking TRTR with estrogen or TRTW with testosterone, the best way to do that is to use a combination.
The other problem with TRT-based TRT therapy is that TRTT and TRTW