I’ve been having a problem with that recently. So I decided to look it up.
Your testosterone comes primarily from your ovaries, both directly and indirectly via their production of progesterone, which serves as a building block for many hormones, testosterone among them. DHEA, a hormone from the adrenal glands, also partly converts into testosterone, and stress diverts DHEA into cortisol instead of testosterone. Moreover, all of these hormones have their beginning as cholesterol — another problem with America’s obsession with fat-free diets.
Since I don’t have any ovaries, that might be part of the problem.
Another cause is stress. And I’m a bit wigged out about school. It’ll be over soon, but…