Our expert says:
do you have any symptoms of blood sugar disorders or PCOS ? If so this needs to be address as this is the cause of the raised testosterone. If if this is not the cause the high cortisol levels can be the trigger for this. It is best to treat the cause to lower high testosterone levels. There is other causes as well - a practitioner can do test to determine the cause. Inositol and Stinging nettle can also be consider to lower the testosterone
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