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female libido and hormones

Female sex hormones: Types, roles, and effect on arousal

Role in pregnancy

Pregnancy starts the moment a fertilized egg implants in the wall of a person's uterus. Following implantation, the placenta begins to develop and starts producing a number of hormones, including progesterone, relaxin, and human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG).

Progesterone levels steadily rise during the first few weeks of pregnancy, causing the cervix to thicken and form the mucus plug.

The production of relaxin prevents contractions in the uterus until the end of pregnancy, at which point it then helps relax the ligaments and tendons in the pelvis.

Rising hCG levels in the body then stimulate further production of estrogen and progesterone. This rapid increase in hormones leads to early pregnancy symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting, and the need to urinate more often.

Estrogen and progesterone levels continue to rise during the second trimester of pregnancy. At this time, cells in the placenta will start producing a hormone called human placental lactogen (HPL). HPL regulates women's metabolism and helps nourish the growing fetus.

Do males have stable hormone levels?

Females hormone levels change according to which part of their cycle they are in, and this affects their libido. I know that men have times when they feel more like sex than at other times, does this mean that their hormone levels change to? What is the


Actually yeah guys hormone levels change throughout the month and they have a 'cycle' as well. Their hormone levels do not go up and down as much as female hormone levels but they can have a time of the month where they have a higher sex drive or are


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Actually yeah guys hormone levels change throughout the month and they have a 'cycle' as well. Their hormone levels do not go up and down as much as female hormone levels but they can have a time of the month where they have a higher sex drive or are

Want to take female hormones?

I'm a male sissy with a strong desire to become more feminine. I've been dressing as much as possible for years and I want my body to be softer, smoother, develop breasts and curves in the right places. I want to start some sort of female hormone therapy;


Nothing but prescription hormones works. You can talk your doctor into doing it without therapy but it is stupid. Your libido goes down the drain as does the ability to have an erection.

The testosterone blockers would have the same affects


You can't get pills like that without prescription. You have to consult a doctor about female hormone pills.


You cannot purchase hormones without a prescription unless you want to get some off the black market which are probably cow hormones. To get the proscription, you have to be okayed by a doctor and a psychiatrist has to say you really want to transition.