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Androforte for Low T is Better Absorbed and More Economical than Androgel or Testim!
Date:7/26/2013

aised by male users who appreciate the convenience of its once daily application, generally early in the day. AndroForte is effective when massaged in small dosages into the skin of the scrotum where it is thoroughly absorbed within 30 seconds. The low, targeted dosage results in much lower costs that are much less than other testosterone cream products. AndroForte cream is much less expensive to use than other testosterone treatments because the skin of the scrotum is far more receptive to the absorption of testosterone cream than other areas where other products are applied. AndroForte can be easily put on the scrotal skin without any potential problems or discomfort, and its low dosage levels slashes costs to just one or two dollars per day, far less than the price of competitors' far more expensive products that are not nearly as effective.

While testosterone is generally perceived as a vital hormone for males, it is also a vital hormone for women. Female's ovaries and adrenal glands naturally produce testosterone, and a woman's testosterone levels reach their peak at age 20 and begin to steadily decline production as she ages. Maintaining testosterone levels is essential for women for the preservation of bone mass, its positive effect on libido, and maintenance of energy levels. TestoMeds' Androfeme testosterone cream for women is an effective treatment for typical symptoms of testosterone deficiency in women, such as decreases in libido, unexplained fatigue, depression, lack of concentration, and emotional mood swings.

ProFeme cream sharply boosts low progesterone levels in woman, which has been proven to often be a cause of sharp mood swings, anxiety, depression, weight gain, irregular menstrual cycles, headache, migraine, infertility, miscarriage, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), postpartum depression, endometriosis, and polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS).

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