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Signs Of High Amount Of Testosterone That A Woman Shouldn't Ignore

When a man's body makes testosterone, it makes a "male hormone." This hormone can be made by a woman's ovaries and adrenal glands in small amounts.

Estrogen is made when estrogen and testosterone work together to help female reproductive tissues and bone mass grow and stay strong. A high level of testosterone in a woman's body can have an effect on how she looks and how well she is healthy.

If a woman has a lot of testosterone in her body, she should be aware of these signs. Among the things they do are the following:

First of all, women are more likely than men to have pimples on their face.

2. As a woman gets older, her voice can get a little husky.

3. Women can have too many hairs on their bodies and faces.

4. Afterwards, she may notice that her muscle mass has grown.

5. Her breasts may shrink.

6. A high level of testosterone in a woman can make her fat and make it hard for her to have children. A woman's testosterone levels might be too high because of a number of medical problems.

1. There is congenital growth of the adrenal glands.

Adrenal glands aren't right in people who have this disorder. Testosterone is made by the adrenal gland. Women who have this disease don't have one of the enzymes that help them control the production of these hormones, so they can't make them. Because of this, they make very little cortisol and a lot of testosterone.

2. Hirsutism is a condition in which the hair grows on the body.

As a result of this medical condition, it has been linked to a lot of hair growth in women. When a woman has hair growth like that of a man, it can make her back, chest, and face look like they do. Women who have a lot of testosterone can get acne, bald spots, a loud voice, and smaller breasts.

A doctor should be called right away if you notice any of these signs. People with a condition called congenital adrenal hyperplasia can't get rid of it, but they can manage it to lessen the symptoms.

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