Danger for men and women … A study warns of a high male sex hormone

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A study found that high levels of testosterone (the male sex hormone) increase the risk of diabetes and some types of cancer in women, and reduce the risk of diabetes in men, but it increases the risk of developing types of cancer.

According to the study published today, Monday in the journal “Medicine Medicine”, the high testosterone level increases Only riskShe has breast cancer And endometriosis in women and increases the risk of developing PCOS, a hormonal disorder that affects the menstrual cycle, by 51%.

The recent study is the largest study conducted to date on the link between Testosterone And cancer, according to Reuters.

The scientists who led the research said that the findings of the study highlight the importance of studying men and women separately, and point to the need to be careful in using testosterone supplements or treatments that reduce hormones.

The scientists used during the study genetic data from more than 425 thousand people registered in the data bank “Yoke Biobank” to determine 2571 genetic variation linked to the different levels of testosterone.

Using statistical analysis and checking the results they found that High testosterone For genetic reasons, women increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 37%.

While researchers found that higher levels of the hormone in men reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 14%, but it increases the risk of prostate cancer.

Katherine Roth, a geneticist at the University of Exeter, who co-led the research team, said that The results give a unique look On the Pathological Effects of Testosterone “And it underscores the importance of men and women studying separately in research, as we have seen adverse effects of testosterone on diabetes.”





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