could androgen sensitivity explain observation of gorgeous women with Lyme and fatigue?

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsXUXrfl80Q&?fs=1&hl=en_US just putting a couple unsubstantiated observations together. androgen sensitivity definitely could be related to epigenetic stuff that could relate to illness/trauma/stress, and then it also could relate to the neuroendocrine states of lyme/cfs/autism. I feel like there is something here but I don’t know what. It’s weird because on one hand I’d like to have less acne, less hirsutism, more estrogen, better bones; but I don’t want my personality or looks to change, I don’t want to have baby cravings, etc. There have been some advantages to being a bit high-T (or highly sensitive to the androgens I do have). I seem to be very sensitive to hormonal changes, where taking boron for a week noticeably changes my face shape.

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