You have to know your body, your genitals, your hormones, your sex drive and your libido. This page gives you the information you need to know. If you want more information on the effects of hormones, or on how to take hormones properly, you may wish to visit a sex therapist or a sex-reparative-therapy center. Or you may have read that it's best not to have sex until you're ready to have a baby. That's true, but I think there's more to it than just that. There is more to life than that, and there are lots of things that happen as you have a baby. I've written many articles on this subject, and I will continue to write more as I get more information. If you have questions about any of this, please feel free to call, write, or email me. I'm here to answer them as best I can, but I cannot guarantee I will answer every question. And you may not like how I answer your questions. I will not be responsible for anything you do with sex hormones, but I can tell you that I'm not involved in selling hormones or any other sex related products. The information you have will be safe, but I cannot guarantee it.