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Obviously, the hormonal picture is a lot more complicated than it's given credit for.About one quarter of a woman's testosterone production comes from her ovaries while another quarter is manufactured in her adrenal glands.Sure, men typically make 8 to 10 times more testosterone than women every day, but that doesn't mean the average healthy man is 8 to 10 times more masculine than the average healthy woman, especially as evidenced by some of the men walking around Whole Foods nowadays.Nope, in women, testosterone is only a part of a complicated chemical profile that results in them being far more sensitive to its effects than men. Conversely, while women are considered to be "all estrogen," the testosterone levels in healthy women are 10 times greater than their estrogen levels.
They might not understand all the fuss about sex and when they do give in (they rarely initiate), they usually don't experience much satisfaction.
In fact, historically, the only time doctors bothered to even think about female testosterone levels is when they suspected a scant few women of having levels that were too high, as perhaps evidenced by excess facial hair, loss of scalp hair, infertility, or acne.
Things are starting to change, though, and it's high time as the number of women with decreased libido (and, likely, many of the other symptoms of low testosterone) is now estimated to be between 10 and 15 million, and not all of them are in their forties or beyond; many in fact are in their 20's and 30's.
Luckily, the association between testosterone and female sex drive is pretty well established now.
Studies have shown, for instance, that a woman's testosterone levels rise during ovulation and there's a corresponding rise in frequency of intercourse during this time.