I think of myself as being in fairly good shape, certainly better than a lot of 55 year olds. My work is a lot of bending and walking, lifting, and climbing of stairs. I'm getting more exercise now than I was when I was a welder! Something I never did before, I'm even taking vitamins. (prenatal*) So adding a little more work to my normal workload shouldn't make me feel so tired and run down, should it?
And then it hit me. There is very little "T" in my system. That drug of male sex addicts, energy enhancer for professional bicyclists, and the cruel joke that was played on us trans girls, has been purposely zapped from my system and is being replaced with estrogen. Add to that my poor sleeping pattern and it's no wonder that I'm tired!
So there you go girls. Other than helpful in making babies, giving you strength and stamina is all I can find good about testosterone. I'll stick with the plan I'm on. If I get too weak, I'll find me a big, strong, testosterone infused, muscle man to help me out!
* It was suggested by quite a few people to start taking prenatal vitamins with the idea that some women who take them experience hair growth. In my quest for a hair cure, I'll try anything! Besides, it can't hurt taking them, and if by some chance there would be a miraculous pregnancy I'd certainly want the baby to be born healthy! LOL