Definition of hormonal
hormonallyplay \hȯr-ˈmō-nəl-ē\ adverb
Recent Examples of hormonal from the Web
Your 40s mark the beginning of perimenopausal hormonal fluctuations, which are precursors to menopause.
My treatment history reads like a list of prescriptions for five newly hormonal teens.
A 2015 study published in the journal Women's Health, meanwhile, found that 68 percent of women of reproductive age had ever tried to get a prescription for hormonal birth control.
There's a huge unmet medical need in hormonal replacement therapy today.
Migraine triggers include: ▪ Hormonal fluctuations.
The four non-hormonal placebo tablets were incorrectly placed at the beginning of the sequence, pushing the active tablets back.
Most women in both groups received radiation, and those with hormone-sensitive breast cancer started on hormonal medications.
Yearwood said his daughter will begin consultations in June about hormonal treatment.
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hormonally\-əl-ē\play adverb hormonally active
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