Menopause Type® Ten has symptoms that reveal decreased estrogen function and decreased progesterone function with adequate testosterone function. Health risks associated with Menopause Type® Ten may include osteoporosis, depression, and heart disease. Because estrogen and progesterone function is suboptimal, they are often unable to properly oppose the actions of androgens such as testosterone. This may result in some mild androgen excess symptoms such as insulin resistance with abnormal function of blood glucose. Once estrogen and progesterone are supported to normal function, any minor androgen excess symptoms and risks are usually corrected.