Do you know which sex hormone products are safe and which ones are not?
Sex hormones are available in many forms, including oral, vaginal and injectable. They can be found in different strengths (for example, 5, 10, 20 mg).
It's important to be sure that the product you buy is safe for you and your partner. Most products contain ingredients that can be harmful to you or your partner.
The best way to determine the purity and safety of a product is to read the product label. Some of the more commonly used products are listed in the following table. You may see several words used in the same sentence (e.g., "organic," "natural"), but they don't mean the same thing. The "natural" word usually refers to an ingredient that has not been modified in any way, usually from a living organism.
When buying sex hormones products, it's a good idea to ask the seller if there is a way for you to know what's in the product.
The best way to avoid serious side effects is to avoid sex hormones altogether. The safest way to do this is to not have sex.
Most of the sex hormone products on the market contain a hormone called testosterone. This hormone can increase or decrease sexual desire.