Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Menstrual Conditions/Irregularities and Hormone Testosterone

Testosterone is a male steroid hormone that helps the men to build a bigger, stronger and better performing muscle. Women body produce a small quantity secreted by ovaries of females and the adrenal glands.

The role of testosterone and menstrual cycle
In general testosterone is important for for women to protect bones, muscles and tissues, prevents osteoporosis, promotes sexual desire and enhances regular menstruation. according to the study of Does testosterone affect the normal menstrual cycle? by Dewis P, Newman M, Ratcliffe WA, Anderson DC. researchers found that Sex hormone binding globulin levels fell as expected by 18.5% during the first cycle. The lack of significant effect of a markedly elevated serum testosterone level on cyclical hormone changes is indirect evidence that in PCO the primary cause of the menstrual disturbance is not excessive production of ovarian or adrenal testosterone.

Imbalance of hormone testosterone
1. Irregular menstruation
According to the study of Menstrual cycle irregularities are associated with testosterone levels in healthy premenopausal women, by Van Anders SM, Watson NV., researcher concluded that Based on our findings, it appears that even in healthy women reporting no health concerns, menstrual irregularities are associated with higher levels of circulating androgens.
2. Suppressing ovulation
According to the study of Serum androstenedione and testosterone levels during the menstrual cycle, by Judd HL, Yen SS. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1973 Mar;36(3):475-81
Researchers found that androstenedione level during the middle third of the menstrual cycle was significantly higher than during the earlier (p < 0.01) or later (p < 0.001) portions. Serum testosterone levels in the same individual cycles showed random variations. Again the mean T level was significantly higher (p < 0.001) during the middle third as compared to either the beginning or end of the menstrual cycle. This result indicated that the important role of testosterone in the ovulation phase of the menstrual cycle and high levels of testosterone can increase the risk ovulation suppressing, causing infertility.

3. Uterine lining
According to the article of Testosterone and the menstrual cycle posted in March 22th, 2011Reviewed by natural-hormones.net, the author indicated that testosterone is the third player in a trifecta of sex hormones that allows your body to shed its uterine lining without damage to your health.
4. Decrease sexual desire
Increased levels of testosterone is a natural desire for the reproduction of the offspring and survival for human species, imbalance of levels of testosterone in the ovulation phase can either cause infertility as a result of either lower sexual desire or disruption of the production of the mature eggs

5. Primary amenorrhea
In primary amenorrhea, testosterone deficiency of a girl in childhood may cause delay of puberty that can lead to short stature, absence of menstruation (amenorrhea), and underdeveloped breasts.

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