When a person has unique male or female charm, we say that the person is
very masculine or very feminine. Why use flavor to describe these
characteristics? Do people with these characteristics really smell anything?
You can't see, the sun boy sweat on the playground, the gym muscle is the
most densely packed place, often described as full of a hormone smell, that is,
man taste. The word "hormone" is derived from the English word "hormone", and it
is not the same hormone from which we get the usual unpleasant side effects.
There are many hormones in the body, each of which does its own job.
That being said, whether it's macho or "walking hormones," real hormones
don't smell. If you're on the playground or at the gym, chances are it's sweat.
But these hormones are responsible for everything that makes a man masculine:
gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH), follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH),
luteinizing hormone (LH), prolactin (PRL) and testosterone (T).
Follicles? Corpus luteum? Lactation? Yes, these hormones may seem like the
only ones that women have, but so do men, and these five hormones are the "top
five" hormones that keep men fertile. One of the biggest concerns is
testosterone, the male sex hormone produced by the gonads (testicles). Androgen
is just as important to men as estrogen is to women. It affects every aspect of
men, giving them all kinds of characteristics that are different from women.
Even women may have masculine characteristics due to excessive consumption of
androgen or excessive production of androgen caused by diseases.