Translation of testosterone in Spanish:


testosterona, n.

Pronunciation /tɛˈstɒstərəʊn//tɛˈstɑstəˌroʊn/


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    testosterona feminine
    • There is evidence now that testosterone may be as useful as oestrogen in maintaining alertness.
    • Men who have low levels of the male hormone, testosterone, are also at a higher risk of osteoporosis.
    • The male hormone, testosterone, also helps to keep the bones healthy.
    • The testicles are glands that produce sperm and the hormone testosterone.
    • Both red blood cells and testosterone drop as the body becomes fatigued, impairing performance.
    • A rush of testosterone and adrenaline buoys you through to the last rep of the last set.
    • It's caused by the male hormone testosterone fluctuating, and highs and lows are perfectly normal at his age.
    • They have more testosterone which gives them more explosive energy.
    • Finally, the adrenal cortex produces the male sex hormone testosterone.
    • He may be exhausted, but the adrenaline, testosterone and venom coursing through his veins will see him through.
    • Women wear the patch on their abdomen, where it gradually releases a dose of testosterone into the body through the skin.
    • Anabolic steroids are drugs that are related to testosterone, a male hormone.
    • Hormone treatments are appropriate for those who have too little testosterone or too much prolactin in their blood.
    • Females naturally produce testosterone, but not in anything like quantities found in males.
    • In the longer term, it interferes with the production of the male hormone testosterone, which can reduce libido.
    • Following therapy, angina patients using testosterone could walk further and had fewer symptoms.
    • Science writer Bob Beale looks at some of the myths surrounding the male hormone testosterone.
    • The physiological consequences of taking testosterone and human growth hormone are not yet fully known.
    • Now while females don't have high levels of testosterone, they still do have levels of this hormone.
    • Precisely how testosterone may trigger violence in the brain is a mystery.