Involvement of androgens in ovarian health and disease
Androgen excess is a hallmark of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and is a key contributor in the exaggerated antral follicle formation, stromal hyperplasia and hypervascularity. Hyperandrogenaemia overrides the follicular-stromal dialogue, resulting in follicular arrest and disturbed ovulation. On the other hand, androgen-deficiency is likely to have a negative impact on fertility as well, and further research is needed to examine the benefits
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