Chemical substances, produced in the body by endocrine glands, that are transported by the blood to other organs to stimulate their function. Adrenaline, estrogen, insulin, and testosterone are all hormones.
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These are the same hormones that are released when women are breastfeeding.
Finding the correct combination of hormones for your body and your unique genetic background is crucial, the sooner, the better.Birth Control Made My Hair Fall Out, and I’m Not the Only One|Molly Oswaks|October 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For example, if plans cover hormones for post-menopausal women, they must also cover them for transgender women.
Without insurance, many people were unable to afford the hormones, surgeries and counseling needed to complete their transition.
Payne said her entire outlook on life changed when she started taking female hormones.
These various hormones or chemical controllers in the blood interact in a nicely balanced chemical system.
They are called endocrine glands or organs, and their chemical contributions to the blood are known as hormones.
They have recently been much studied, and the general name of Hormones given to them by Starling.Married Love|Marie Carmichael Stopes
Only the valuable plant hormones from Mars made commerce possible at the ridiculously high freight rate.
They grew native plants and extracted hormones in crude little chemical plants.