Yet, with most of our bodily systems connected to adequate hormone levels, I cease to see the validity here. Hormones are the chemical messengers in the body that travel the bloodstream to the organs and tissues. They slowly work and affect many of the body's processes over time. Endocrine glands, which are special groups of cells, make hormones. Hormones are dominant and it only requires a small amount of them to cause significant changes throughout the body. And everyone knows, as hormones decrease, so does optimal body function.
Some of the symptoms experienced during hormone imbalance are shared by both male and female. Some of the most commonly shared symptoms include fatigue, skin problems or acne, mood swings, weight problems, diminished sex drive, and no memory (fibro fog?). If the reactions become more severe then we run into actual hormone allergy where we find a group of more serious disorders.  The disorders include arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, and anxiety attacks. The presence of urinary tract infections, increased dryness in the mouth, eyes, genitalia, or abnormal heartbeat can also be experienced. The majority of these symptoms are experienced due to menopause.
Hence with recent research, I've implemented a hormone replacement cream. I've noticed direct affects to my overall pain management. I feel more alert, rested, less pain, and above all calmer. Emerita makes a wonderful product that is easily applicable topically. And for men, Dr.'s Testosterone Gel. I've recently come in contact with several men who have been fibromyalgia diagnosed and recommended this gel for added benefits.