Jane Fonda Testosterone

August 23, 2011 by Post Team 

Jane Fonda TestosteroneJane Fonda Testosterone, She devoted a chapter of her autobiography at the tips of the bedroom for over 70 years and attributed her own appearance, at least in part to a continued healthy libido.

So it may come as a surprise that Jane Fonda has admitted that her sexual life, in fact, there was a little artificial aid – in the form of testosterone.

For the first time Fonda has described how he took the male hormone from the age of 70 years to increase sexual desire.

He did, told The Sunday Telegraph, “a big difference.”

The revelation in an interview with the magazine Seven next week, is likely to raise eyebrows among her fans, not to mention those over 70 who may have been trying to follow her advice.

In one of her most sincere interviews, Fonda, 73, says happy to have the hormones to increase libido and advises other women to try what remains a controversial treatment.

“This is something I have not said publicly yet, I have found testosterone about three years ago, which makes a big difference if it wants to be sexual and libido has diminished,” he says.

“The use of testosterone. It comes in a gel, a pill or a patch.”

But he adds: “I had to leave because I was having acne is one thing that plastic surgery, but quite another to have acne teen is going too far” …

The double Oscar-winning actress, who became a sex symbol through the 1960 classic Barbarella risque, uses 50 pages of her new volume of autobiography, Prime Time, to explain how the passage of time no need to shut the ardor of a couple.

The chapter is entitled “The Changing Landscape of sex when you’re over the hill, and offers” some suggested readings, videos and sex shops.

The book does not, however, disclose their own use of libido-boosting testosterone.

The actress, currently in a relationship with music producer Richard Perry – who is four years younger than her – once he put her permanent good looks down to 10 percent of plastic surgery, 30 percent of genes, lifestyle of 30 percent and 30 percent “good sex”.

Barbarella fans can also find their use of sexual boost echoed in the 1968 science fiction movie where scantily clad Fonda devices like the machine found excessive, which could lead to a victim to death by pleasure.

This was five years before Woody Allen tries in his comedy Sleeper Orgasmatron 1973.

The board of life, love is the latest in a long history of offering advice on personal growth to their fans.

Fonda was a pioneer of exercise videos for women – but later admitted to having cosmetic surgery to help maintain their appearance.

His promotion of testosterone may be controversial.

Replacement of testosterone, which is usually given to women in the form of a gel or patch, has caused a stir in the U.S.

Critics argue that pharmaceutical companies have benefited from the medicalization of a problem whose real cause is psychological problems or relationship.

In the UK, testosterone treatment is licensed for women who have had their ovaries removed and are on estrogen and have low libido.

Claudine Domoney, president of the Institute of Medicine UK psychosexual said that women naturally produce testosterone, although in much smaller amounts than men, and acne and hair growth are still rare side effects female testosterone replacement.

He warned that the precision long-term risks are not well understood.

Other Hollywood stars also appear to have tried testosterone.

In June, Robbie Williams, 37, British singer, admitted a Hollywood doctor persuaded him to try testosterone to counteract the lethargy.

Williams said: “It has changed my life.”

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