Its been a while since I last posted and in the mean time I have been busy, well, more or less. Among other topics recently read a book by Louann Brizendine M.D., "The Female Brain", and this has brought to light a question: "What relative age am I as a female and as a male?"
Brizendine had several good points, and clearly elucidates a number of issues which have remained a concern for me. Nothing I have ever tried worked perfectly in the attempt to balance hormones, so we try and try again. At the present I have been cycling estradiol and progesterone, I fear perhaps too much progesterone though. And I wonder if perhaps the progesterone deficiency isn't a hereditary issue, there might be some truth in that. Either way, I have literally no testable level of progesterone unless I supplement, and a little bit does feel better. A question I have tried to resolve before is how much progesterone should I take? Even the Mayo Clinic is silent on that one, depressingly silent.
If I could establish a mean age of Female and of Male, then it shouldn't be too difficult to decipher what my brain thinks it needs in the way of hormone supplementation. Pity I forgot to pick up an operating manual for the Human, what part of this deal includes writing one, I really want to know. Okay not really, but the idea is entertaining.
And then I wonder if perhaps the Male aspect isn't necessary to pursue, if only because high levels of testosterone (for a female) causes the same effects a female experiences acne being my personal pet peeve, but also hair loss, aggression, etc... Nothing there I particularly care for, including the coma part I can't remember it but there's a gap in memory and I'm certain I would have hated every minute.
How does one go about estimating relative physical / brain anatomical age?
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