Other Endocrine Disorders

Sex hormone disorders, also known as reproductive hormone disorders, significantly affect the quality of life and cause various symptoms. For example, it may lead to infertility and reduced libido. Both females and males have estrogen and testosterone; however, the levels differ in both genders. Males have a high testosterone level, while females have a high estrogen level. The parathyroid glands are situated behind the thyroid gland. It helps regulate the balance of calcium in the blood.

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  • Sex Hormones and Puberty Related Disorders Management: Sex hormone disorders develop when there is a disease in the organs or glands secreting or regulating the sex hormones in the body. Women are relatively more prone to sex hormone disorders compared to men. In men, the primary sex hormone is testosterone. It is secreted by the testes and regulated by the adrenal and pituitary glands. Similarly, the ovaries produce estrogen in women, and the adrenal and pituitary glands regulate its production. Treatment depends on the type and severity of the condition and the patient’s gender.
  • Parathyroid/Calcium Related Disorders Management: Parathyroid gland disorders include hyperparathyroidism, hypoparathyroidism, and parathyroid cancer. Out of these, hyperparathyroidism is relatively more common. It is characterized by excessive secretion of parathyroid hormone, which increases calcium levels in the blood. The treatment options for parathyroid disorders include medications, monitoring, surgery, and dietary supplements.