Are sex hormones important to sexual function in women?

Of course, they are. That is why they are called sex hormones.

If sexual function was lost with menopause (advanced hypogonadism) can it be restored?

Yes, if the reason was the loss of the ovarian hormones (peri-menopause or menopause). Restoring of all of the ovarian hormones to normal levels of an adult woman can largely restore sexual response and function.

What if it has been a very long time since menopause (advanced hypogonadism) began?

Your body never forgets how to use its hormones. You can start replacement of all of the ovarian hormones at the low end of normal and increase to a comfortable level.

Isn’t it unhealthy to take hormones after menopause?

This depends on what you take. Hormone replacement when done with bio-identical hormones for humans and monitored to maintain normal levels has always been healthy. Anyone who tells you otherwise does not understand human physiology.

If you are treating a hormone deficient illness like advanced hypogonadism (menopause) then you would be treating this illness and restoring your sexual function.

So what should be taken to treat advanced hypogonadism?

Advanced or profound hypogonadism is the name of the illness that is created when all of the ovarian hormone levels are below normal. The ovarian hormones include Progesterone, testosterone, DHEA and estradiol. Restore ovarian hormone levels to normal and profound hypogonadism is reversed. Not only can sexual function be vastly improved but osteoporosis can be reversed and breast health is significantly increased.

Is it really that easy?

Yes. What is not easy to understand is why the menopause industry has convinced everyone that treatment is difficult and unhealthy.

Would a regimen be different if a woman does not have a uterus?

No, there is no reason for a different regimen. The entire body uses all of the sex hormones that are produced by the ovaries. Anyone who tells you that only partial replacement is necessary does not understand human physiology. Progesterone, testosterone, DHEA and estradiol have used in every organ system in the body. To exclude any of them means a woman would still have hypogonadism. Replace all of them to normal levels and a woman no longer has hypogonadism.

Men and women have the same level of progesterone for two weeks a month. Obviously, a man does not have a uterus. Progesterone is an important hormone to human’s body, uterus or not.