High Testosterone in Women leads to Screaming or Depression

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Testosterone belongs to a group of hormones called androgens. While testosterone is generally recognized as an important male hormone, women produce a small amount of it as well, according to the National Institutes of Health or NIH. Unusually high testosterone levels may be a sign of various health problems including inherited disorders of the adrenal gland and polycystic ovary syndrome. Symptoms of PCOS may include unwanted facial hair and thinning of head hair. Certain herbs may have anti-androgen effects that may help the person with what can be called: hirsutism. Excessive testosterone can lead or contribute to hirsutism (excessive facial and body hair and loss of hair on the head) as well as ovarian cysts. 
 
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