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What would happen if someone mixed femara (letrozole) with human growth hormones?

What would happen if someone mixed femara (letrozole) with human growth hormones?

Well, it depends on: Your age. If Femara (letrozole) ( the brand name for letrazole, a class of drugs called aromatase inhibitors) is used while your growth plates are still open, it may enhance your final adult height as shown in several european studies. The benefit of combining in adults is not known. ...Read more

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Hormone (Definition)

A hormone (from greek ὁρμή, "impetus") is a chemical released by a cell or a gland in one part of the body that sends out messages that affect cells in other parts of the organism. Only a little amount of hormone is required to alter cell metabolism. In essence, it is a chemical messenger that transports a signal from ...Read more


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Curious: why would breasts produce milk with certain medication in non-pregnant women and what would this mean?

Curious: why would breasts produce milk with certain medication in non-pregnant women and what would this mean?

It's benign.: Some medications may cause alteration in hormone production or secretion. This may lead to stimulation of milk producing cells or glands in the breast and causes milk production or secretion. This is benign (not pathological) and should not cause any medical problems or harm. It's more of an inconvenience than any serious health problems or issues. ...Read more

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What will happen if humatrope (human growth hormone) is frozen?

What will happen if humatrope (human growth hormone) is frozen?

Not reported: Hi. I can tell you from the biochemistry standpoint, probably NOTHING will happen. Defrost it and use it, and it should be fine. Unlike heating (which irreversibly destroys proteins), proteins are generally very tolerant of freezing. But it hasn't been approved (or reported as far as I know). I'm sure it will not hurt you, and the GH should work just fine. ...Read more

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What will happen if humatrope (human growth hormone) is frozen?

What will happen if humatrope (human growth hormone) is frozen?

It may lose potency: I assume you are talking about Humatrope (human growth hormone) which has been mixed with water. Freezing may cause some of the GH to come out of solution when it is thawed and you may see white dust when you mix it. I don't think injecting it would be harmful but if it is just one vial or cartridge & you have extra, I would probably discard it to be on the safe side since if you use it you won't know how much is left ...Read more

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Can you tell me how an increase estrogen and progesterone effect a cats behaviour?

Can you tell me how an increase estrogen and progesterone effect a cats behaviour?

Cats & estrogen: mammals have estrous cycles which vary in seasons & numbers per year, fox pregnant once per annum, mice many times, and cats are seasonal. Teen girls in dormitory tend to cycle same time after several months. Certain animals, birds, begin their cycle with increased light in spring. Perhaps pet cats have similar behavior when co-habit with human females? animal behavior/reproduct zoologist answer?? ...Read more

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Hi what would would be happen if a 19 years old boy has growth hormone deficiency? Does it effect on other things besides of being short?

Hi
 what would would be happen if a 19 years old boy has growth hormone deficiency? Does it effect on other things besides of being short?

Possibly not: has he had a complete evaluation of his pituitary? He must, as there may be a benign growth which may cause other problems if allowed to grow. he needs to be seen by a pediatric endocrinologist. ...Read more

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Hi, I would like to know, what are the signs that you might have testosterone efficiency or growth hormone efficiency? Thank you.

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I would like to know, what are the signs that you might have testosterone efficiency or growth hormone efficiency?
Thank you.

Fatigue & weight: There are lots of clues that lead me to suspect deficiency of testo or hGH in men, but the most common symptoms seem to be fatigue and weight gain, as well as a partial loss of sex drive and/or erectile dysfunction in the case of testo deficiency. You need blood labs (FSH, LH, testo, estradiol, GH, and IGF-1) to start, and a doc who is comfortable and experienced with male hormones. Good luck!!! ...Read more

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You can kickstart male puberty with testosterone doses. If in middle of puberty, can you hurry development with this? Yes or no answer pleeeease :)

You can kickstart male puberty with testosterone doses. If in middle of puberty, can you hurry development with this? Yes or no answer pleeeease :)

Life is not yes or..: Congratulate you for reaching the mark of adulthood, ie, age 18 usually. Nonetheless, personal variation widely exists. It is absolutely not a good idea to try using testosterone before being evaluated to decide if you really need it. To help deal with life reality, peruse lists of Facts of Life - 1, 2, & 3 by clicking the BUTTON on the left of HOME of www.ForMeFirst.com. Best wish... ...Read more

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How strong are oestrogenic-like and endocrinian disruptors ? Is it possible they induce change on a male with use of cosmetics or soy or anything else

How strong are oestrogenic-like and endocrinian disruptors ? Is it possible they induce change on a male with use of cosmetics or soy or anything else

I'm skeptical: Not everyone here will agree, but i've been following these claims for three decades and i believe the fears are unrealistic. Even greenpeace withdrew its inflammatory "you're not half the man your father was" campaign. It's ironic to see militants eating tofu sandwiches one day and warning of "endocrine disruptors in the environment" on the next. Seek another cause for your male health concerns. ...Read more

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What happens when an adult's (over age 35) growth hormone is stimulated & produces excessive amt of hormone (don't have acromegaly). Can U grow taller?

What happens when an adult's (over age 35) growth hormone is stimulated & produces excessive amt of hormone (don't have acromegaly). Can U grow taller?

Well: generally cannot grow taller at age 35 since bone growth plates are already closed.The person would get Arcomegaly type features growth of feet and parts of face can occur ...Read more

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Can abnormal TSH or estrogen levels make an adult female grow taller (in 30s)? Would abnormal excessive growth hormones be the cause of that to occur

Can abnormal TSH or estrogen levels make an adult female grow taller (in 30s)? Would abnormal excessive growth hormones be the  cause of that to occur

No: Linear growth is controlled by growth centers in the long bones and vertebrae, Once they close after puberty, one does not grow taller. Estrogen actually signals the growth centers to close. Growth hormones in excess can increase bone thickening and organ density/size, but will nor make a mature adult grow taller. Sylvester Stallone would be a seven footer if it did. ...Read more

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What would happen if someone stopped producing as much melanin as normal?

What would happen if someone stopped producing as much melanin as normal?

Lighter color: Melanin is the basis for the normal color of the skin, the eye and some internal structures. Melanin production can be disturbed in portions of the skin producing a patchy lightening. It is altered as aging occurs and the hair turns grey. It is missing in albinos who have pale skin and pink eyes. Melanin is protective against uv light and is a cosmetic enhancement. ...Read more

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What happens to a woman's body if she experiences a rise in estrogen or hormone levels?

What happens to a woman's body if she experiences a rise in estrogen or hormone levels?

Not good: The effects of estrogen can also become negative when there is too much of these hormones in the body. Such a situation is believed to greatly increase a woman’s chances of both endometrial cancer and breast cancer. Additionally a woman may suffer from heavy menstrual bleeding, migraines and depression. If the situation is not corrected there is also the possibility of a woman becoming infertile. ...Read more

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Can you please explain why fertility treatment is risky for a woman who is not producing eggs?

Can you please explain why fertility treatment is risky for a woman who is not producing eggs?

Shouldn't be: Fertility treatment if done properly should not be risky at all. What you need to do is find out what is causing you to not produce eggs. Then determine what your treatment options are and what is your likelyhood of achieving a success pregnancy. Again fertility treatment should not be risky. ...Read more