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- adj. Pertaining to hormones.
- adj. Of or pertaining to the menstrual cycle.
- adj. Strongly affected by one's hormones, especially of women.
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- adj. of, pertaining to, or affected by, hormones.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to or caused by hormones
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(Apparently having been sick and not writing for several days did not go well with, shall we say, cyclic fluctuations in hormonal levels.)
In a nutshell, researchers found that dieters experienced long-term hormonal and metabolic changes that made it very difficult not to regain the weight that they'd lost through dieting.
What didn't, and still doesn't, make any sense is the rapidity of the changes, far too fast to be within the possibilities of normal short-term hormonal imbalance.
Some women have been sterilized without knowing what was happening or giving consent, or have been offered only long-term hormonal contraceptives, such as Depo-Provera and Norplant, rather than a range of choices, some of which can prevent the transmission of STIs.
The only realistic way to perform this would be using long term hormonal contraceptives such as Depo-Provera, which lasts for 3 months, upon females receiving aid.
Women with menstrual problems no longer have to suffer these symptoms because they believe their only options are either long-term hormonal therapy or hysterectomy. eMail (will not be published) (required)
The prime trigger is similar to that of teenage acne, namely hormonal changes.
Menstrual migraines, any different advice for people who have menstrual migraines, also called hormonal headaches?
When tamoxifen is unable to inhibit breast cancer cell growth in estrogen-positive patients, it is called hormonal resistance.
To an emotive, on-rushing rhythm, the blurry-guitar rock duo from Vancouver recalls the hormonal days of youth.