Track: Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility

Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility


Sex hormones define the differences between males and females, and therefore the different endocrine environment promoted by estrogens, progesterone, testosterone, and their precursors might influence both human physiology and pathophysiology. With the term Gender we refer, instead, to behaviors, roles, expectations and activities administered by the individual in society.
The female hormones such as progesterone and estrogen, are most documented because which influence on a woman’s reproductive process, from menstruation to pregnancy to menopause and more. Women need working functions such as ovaries, fallopian, and an uterus to get pregnant. Conditions influencing any of these organs can add to female infertility.
In men, the testes which produces a hormone testosterone, that brings about the physical changes that transform into an adult male. Infertility in men can be brought about by various factors and is ordinarily assessed by a semen examination.
Reproductive endocrinology helps to addressing reproductive medicine which balances the hormonal dysfunction in both male & female and it also pertains to reproduction as well as the issue of infertility          
Menstrual abnormality
Micro vascular complications
Blood glucose level changes
Physiology of GNRH and Gonadotropin Secretion
•       Infertility