Role of endocrinology in masturbation
Factors like emotional wellbeing and quality of the intimate relationship may be more important, says lead author Dr. John F. Randolph, Jr. For the new study, researchers studied data from more than 3, middle-aged women participating for at least 10 years in an ongoing study that included annual questionnaires about sexuality and blood tests to measure hormone levels. The women were between 42 and 52 years old at the beginning of the study.
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Testosterone plays modest role in menopausal women's sexual function
Masturbation and testosterone: Is there a link?
While testosterone is the main sex hormone in men, women also have small amounts of it. The ovaries naturally produce testosterone. Researchers set out to examine the role the hormone plays in sexual function as women go through menopause. Randolph, Jr. The longitudinal cohort study examined data from 3, women who participated in the decade-long Study of Women's Health around the Nation SWAN to analyze the relationship between reproductive hormones and sexual function during the menopausal transition. Participants were asked about their interest in sex and sexual activity. The women also had their blood drawn to measure levels of testosterone and other reproductive hormones including dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate DHEAS , which the body can convert into testosterone or a form of estrogen called estradiol, and follicle-stimulating hormone FSH.
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Endocrine effects of masturbation in men.
John F. Randolph, Huiyong Zheng, Nancy E. Avis, Gail A. To determine whether reproductive hormones are related to sexual function during the menopausal transition. At baseline, the community-based participants, aged 42—52, had an intact uterus and at least one ovary and were not using exogenous hormones.
John F. Randolph, Huiyong Zheng, Nancy E. Avis, Gail A. To determine whether reproductive hormones are related to sexual function during the menopausal transition.