Beneficial effects of testosterone therapy in women measured by the validated Menopause Rating Scale (MRS), Glaser R, York AE, Dimitrakakis C. Maturitas. 2011; 68:355-361
“Testosterone, delivered by subcutaneous pellet implant has been shown to improve hot flashes, heart discomfort, sleep problems, depressive mood, irritability, anxiety, physical fatigue, memory loss, migraine headaches, sexual problems, bladder problems (incontinence), vaginal dryness, joint and muscular discomfort in both pre-menopausal and post-menopausal patients without adverse drug events”
Reduced breast cancer incidence in women treated with subcutaneous testosterone, or testosterone with anastrozole: A prospective, observational study, Glaser R, Dimitrakakis C. Maturitas 2013
Subcutaneous Testosterone Anastrozole Therapy in Men: Rationale, Dosing, and Levels on Therapy, Glaser R, York A. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding 2019.