Hormones and diseases

In addition to examining a patient’s physical appearance and symptoms, doctors use tests in the laboratory to identify hormonal imbalances. Hormone irregularities can be detected by testing physiological fluids such as blood, urine, or saliva. In hormone deficiency, a synthetic hormone replacement therapy may be employed. In contrast, in cases of excess hormone production, drugs…

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According to a new study, an increased level of oxytocin was found in men with hypersexual conditions.

A small study published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism found that men with hypersexual disorder may have higher amounts of oxytocin in their blood than men without the illness. One of the most common symptoms of hypersexuality is a compulsion to engage in sexual acts that are out of proportion…

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