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- adj. Of, relating to, or being an androgen.
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- adj. of or pertaining to androgens; having physiological effects like that of an androgen.
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- adj. of or related to the male hormone androgen
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Making matters worse, the newest forms of synthetic progesterone in birth control pills may bring about an additional libido plunge, because they lack the testosterone-mimicking quality that natural and older synthetic progestins have called their androgenic component.
Hairloss described as "male pattern baldness" will be referred to as androgenic alopecia.
It is said that primo is highly androgenic, meaning prostate and hair problems right?
Some of the progesterone-like hormones in contraceptives can act a bit like testosterone in some tissues while causing anti-androgenic effects in others mentioned in the previous blog.
The second group are anabolic-androgenic steroids.
Determine if any of the eight dispersants displayed estrogenic, androgenic or antiandrogenic activity in vitro using a variety of well characterized in vitro cell-based assays that utilize different approaches for detecting endocrine driven gene expression changes.
In women, the relationship of hair loss to DHT is less clear, as less than 40 percent of women with androgenic alopecia actually have elevated androgens.
Worryingly, a study of effluents from UK sewage works has found that around three quarters of these discharges have considerable anti-androgenic activity, and investigations are underway to identify the chemicals to blame.
For example, chemicals which block the male hormone androgen, the so-called anti-androgenic chemicals, can cause un-descended testes and can feminise males.
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