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Norvasc
...  seen, but not as often as peripheral edema, are dizziness, palpitations, pain in the stomach, muscles and head, and nausea. Some of the less common side effects are blood disorders, development of breasts in men and even insomnia. While this is a generally safe medication and is available over-the-counter, people with the following conditions should consult a physician first before taking  ...

Avodart
...  it is also known that majority of people experience little or no side effects when they buy avodart online. For information’s sake, the following side effects have been listed down: enlarged breasts, decrease sexual appetite, decreased amount of sperm ejaculated, and the inability to attain an erection. The aforementioned side effects are the common to generic Avodart users while the  ...

Casodex
...  will vary. Majority of people taking casodex experience little or no side effects, while some may experience more. The side effects include, but are not limited to: Fullness or tenderness of breasts Mild itching and dryness of skin Mild symptoms of Nausea Difficulty attaining erection and lowered sexual appetite Lack of physical strength or weakness Weight gained around chest and waist  ...

Cushing’s Disease
...  it easy for the body to develop bruises and make it harder for it to recover from such bruises. Stretch marks in shades of pink or purple could also appear in the abdominal area, thighs, arms, and breasts of a person suffering from Cushing’s disease. The body’s bones are also affected upon the development of this syndrome. Victims of Cushing’s syndrome usually report weaker  ...

Hypogonadism
...  present in hypogonadism. The symptoms are seen as a far higher magnitude of low testosterone and menopause respectively. In men, hypogonadism also causes muscle loss, impotence, enlargement of breasts and decrease in body hair while in women, hot flashes, amenorrhea ( loss of menstruation), and vaginal dryness are also present. There is a high risk of cardiovascular disease and bone  ...

Glandular Structure
...  secretions are called the pancreatic juices and they work in digesting the food molecules. If from the skin, the sweat contains the excess electrolytes and water; and, lastly, if it comes from the breasts, you call it milk. The stimulus for their secretion depends on the internal or external stimuli. Endocrine The glandular structure of the endocrine system secretes a chemical substance called  ...

Ovaries
...  the ovaries are also responsible for the production of the sex hormones, which are the progesterone and estrogen. They account for the secondary female characteristics, like the enlargement of the breasts, widening of the hips and the monthly menstruation. Inside the organ, you will see numerous follicles. Here are the ovarian follicles at different stages of development. Primordial Follicle  ...

Hormones
...  of the adult. Male sex hormones are called testosterone, whereas the female hormone is called estrogen. These are the basic functions of the two: Estrogen Responsible for the development of breasts Additional development of the uterus and the ovaries of the woman, which are two very important parts of a woman’s ability to have children. Widening of the pelvic bone so as to prepare  ...

Mammary Glands
...  During puberty, estrogen releases hormones that control the development and the functions of the mammary glands. Hypotrophy of the glands occur among pregnant and nursing women. Atrophy of the breasts normally happens after the female body has gone through menopause Overlapping the pectoral muscle and the oblique muscles, the breasts are located over the second to the sixth ribs. The  ...


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