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12 June, 11:38

Explain the differences of Testosterone vs. Estrogen & Progesterone.

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  1. 12 June, 11:56
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    Testosterone and estrone are sex hormone found in men and women respectively and progestrone is a pregnancy hormone.

    Testosterone: Testosterone is an male sex hormone and belongs to the class of androgen. It plays a vital role in libido, fat distribution etc. Small quantity of testosterone is converted into estradiol. The production of testosterone in a body vary differently. Estrogen: Estrogen is a sex hormone mainly found in female. It have an important role in the development and regulations of the reproductive system and other sex properties. Estrogen is developed inside the ovaries by the "fat cells and adrenal gland". Progesterone: Progesterone is referred as the pregnancy hormone and are found in the women's body. It plays a important role in pregnancy. Also, in a fertility workup the level of "estrogen and progesterone" is tested.
  2. 12 June, 12:33
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    t-male estro.-woman

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    testosterone is the male hormone and estrogen is the female hormone
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