Hormones are biologically active substances that are produced by the endocrine system.
Hormones are responsible for the functioning of vital organs, regulate growth and metabolism.
Despite the fact that their content in the circulatory system, in comparison with other components, is insignificant, they play one of the key roles in the body. Different hormones perform different functions, they can both complement each other and cause negative effects. In order for our body to function normally, its hormonal background must be in balance. Deviations in one direction or another immediately lead to disorders, and sometimes even to serious pathologies.
Hormonal norms are not a constant unit; their percentage depends on gender, age, and a number of other factors.
When contacting a mammologist, an important role is played by the appointment of tests for hormones, as well as their correct decoding.