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Seyer, who will be performing at Coachella as the guitarist for the Long Beach artist who records as Bane's World (Shane Blanchard), is part of an inspiring suburban scene that celebrates romance and introversion over testosterone and socializing.
The brain is producing large amounts of hormones, like pleasure-inducing dopamine and testosterone.
Beggs is transitioning from female to male and taking a low dose of testosterone.
To help with the process, Beggs underwent low-level shots of testosterone.
Right now patients with early disease typically undergo surgery, radiation and, if needed, treatment to deprive the tumor of testosterone that fuels its growth.
The noted generational decline in testosterone could be one reason.
Allen had used testosterone levels to track pregnancies in the tree-loving marsupials.
In lieu of this, Dr. Fishman often prescribes Spironolactone, a pill that blocks testosterone's effect on oil production.
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Origin and Etymology of testosterone
First Known Use: 1935See Words from the same year
TESTOSTERONE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of testosterone for English Language Learners
medical : a substance (called a hormone) that occurs naturally in men and male animals
: qualities (such as noticeable strength and aggressiveness) that agree with traditional ideas about what men are like
medical Definition of testosterone
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