The differences between female hormones and male hormones may not be as specific as you might think. The definition of a hormone is a chemical substance produced by an endocrine gland that has a specific effect on the activities of other organs in the body. The major female and male hormones can be classified as estrogens or androgens. Both classes of male and female hormones are present in both males and females alike, but in vastly different amounts. Most men produce 6-8 mg of the male hormone testosterone (an androgen) per day, compared to most women who produce mg daily. Female hormones, estrogens, are also present in both sexes, but in larger amounts for women.
Hello, I had Gynocomastia surgery in February 2009 which was successful until about December 2011/January 2012. I regrew my man boobs, I then had an in office procedure to trim the fat around the chest which didn’t do much of anything. I then had full on gynocomastia surgery in February 2014 which again was great until 2 days ago when now I grew a boob only on my left chest/pec. I have spent about $12,000 on surgeries and am not sure what to do. I am going back to the surgeon who did my surgery in Feb 2014 to speak with him. I am not sure if I have a hormonal problem, I did have blood test before the surgeries that indicated I did not. I lift weights and do not use steroids, I use pre workouts and protein that I buy from vitamin shoppe and they have no hormones or testosterone. I take Amino Acids, multivitamin, vitamin C, biotin. All things that are purchased at GNC or Vitamin Shoppe. Nothing illegal, any idea or suggestions on something to forever cure this ?