Too Much Estrogen?

by Rayman


I'm 20 years old, and my sex drive is high, but it doesn't seem as high as a few years a go, but still is, could it mean my testosterone levels are declining?

I'm into bodybuilding, I tend to store fat in my lower body, and this messes me up, when cutting fat. I really want to build more muscle.

Do you recommend that I try some of the Testosterone Boosting Supplements you listed on your site.


Too Much Estrogen?

Hello Rayman,

You're 21, have a high sex drive, and keep yourself in shape, so I think it's highly unlikely you have low testosterone levels.

In your case, I would say that testosterone supplements would probably be a waste money.

In a perfect world, you'd get your estradiol and testosterone levels tested, so you know what you're working with.

If that's not possible, you need to pay close attention to your body.

You did provide one clue in your message that deserves some attention.

You mentioned that you store fat in the lower half of your body.

This could be a sign that you are converting testosterone into estrogen at a high rate.

Typically, guys with excessive estrogen levels will carry weight around the hips, butt, and thighs.

If your nipples are often inflamed, puffy, itchy, or sore, that's another sign that your estrogen levels may be up in the danger zone.

Follow the link below to learn how to reduce levels naturally.

Reduce Your Estrogen Load


Reading between the lines of your message, I get the feeling you want to get very big.

I have no problem with that passion, as long as you don't get sucked up into the hardcore bodybuilding movement.

Steroids will get you freaky huge, real fast, but you'll pay the price down the road.

Do yourself a favor, and align yourself with the natural bodybuilding movement.

These guys get it done naturally, focusing on nutrition, natural supplements, weight training, and recovery.

The end game for them is supreme fitness, and optimal hormonal health.

Not so for steroid users.

The day they go off the juice, the muscle begins to disappear at lightning speed.


Because the testicles have atrophied, and shut down.

They are no longer capable of producing testosterone at an optimal rate.

And once the testosterone goes, so does all that muscle.

In the end, most men discover that steroid use is a complete and total suckers game.

Don't fall for it!

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