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Women Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome Pregnant
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
No.: During puberty, girls with androgen insensitivity syndrome don't develop secondary sexual characteristics that require testosterone such as axillary or pubic hair. Since estrogen is present, they grow breasts and develop a thin waist with larger hips, but don't have periods since they lack a uterus. Most often, lack of periods by age 15 or 16 leads to the diagnosis. They cannot become pregnant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
PCOS & Fertilty: Pcos is a disorder with infrequent ovulation as a hallmark. Because ovulation occurs at times, some women will get pregnant without help. If you need help with medication then medication is very successful. The success rate is lower than you might think and at ivf we often find poor egg quality as the likely cause. If you are overweight, then get as close to nl as possible. See a fertility doc. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: Androgen insensitivity means that the receptors for testosterone type of hormones (t) cannot respond to t stimulation. In more severe cases infants with xy chromosomes (typically male) may develop female genitalia during fetal development because if this. They are likely to be raised as females with a diagnosis only coming after they don't get sexual hair or periods. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It's complicated!: Patient born with poor testosterone action, so a male patient is female-appearing, and is usually raised by the family as a female. Big changes at puberty, however, with breast development, but also enlargement of the clitoris which can be quite alarming, and other male sex characteristics. Removal of the testicles can preserve female body identity and appearance in this disorder. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What causes underdeveloped breasts in women w/ pcos, I have all normal hormones/no elevated androgens/normal ratios but poly. Cys. Ovaries/acne/hirsu?
Although the levels : Of hormones are normal, i suspect the bioavailability or functionality of these hormones are still off - with higher testosterone and lower estrogen bioavailability. This may explain the underdeveloped breasts. Take care! http://www.M.Webmd.Com/women/tc/polycystic-ovary-syndrome-pcos-topic-overview?Page=1. ...Read more
Does polycystic ovarian syndrome cause any masculinization beyond hirsutism in teen girls & young adult women? Please, need some answers?
PCOS symptoms: Yes, there can be masculinization. The elevated androgens in PCOS can have a broad spectrum of manifestations, from irregular periods only, to mild hirsutism to more severe changes such as male pattern of hairline, body hair in male places (chest, abdomen), etc. The level of testosterone or DHEA does not always predict this. See your endocrinologist or Gyn. ...Read more
PCOS: Pcos is generally best treated by a board certified reproductive endocrinologist. He/she should have gone through special training in the diagnosis and treatment of pcos. ...Read more
Puberty: Usually, xy babies are born looking like healthy baby girls. During puberty, however, they don't develop secondary sexual characteristics that require testosterone such as axillary or pubic hair. Since estrogen is present, they grow breasts and develop a thin waist with larger hips, but don't have periods since they lack a uterus. Most often, lack of periods by age 15 or 16 leads to the diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Misdiagnosed pcos? Pco seen on ultrasound, LH higher than FSH during luteal phase. Some irregular periods but no other symptoms. Androgens not tested.
Not cause theyre gay: Men and women have very different sex hormone profiles but similar levels of other hormones. Gay people's hormone profiles are no different from heterosexuals when matched for age & gender. So estrogen levels in a gay woman are the same as a straight woman her age and testosterone in gay males is the same as in straight men but both hormones exist at radically different levels in males vs. females ...Read more
It is also called infertile male syndrome caused by androgen receptor gene mutation. As a result, such men have no or low sperm count and high or normal gonadotropin & testosterone. Testicular biopsy shows complete no germinal cell or sperm maturation arrest. History P+ physical exam + blood testing for gonadoteopin / testosterone + testicular ...Read more
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