It has been shown that estrogen and specifically estriol increases MS issues in Men.
The women with multiple sclerosis had lower testosterone levels than the healthy women. That was true throughout their menstrual cycle.
Women with multiple sclerosis and abnormally low testosterone levels had more brain inflammation than women with multiple sclerosis and normal testosterone levels.
However, irreversible brain tissue damage was more common in women with multiple sclerosis and abnormally high levels of testosterone.
In all likelihood they did. Testing hormone levels is not as straightforward as one might think so without knowing exactly how they measured the levels and did the testing, it's hard to tell what's happening.Did someone have there beaker upside down?!?
Kronk wrote:Note that the study included women ONLY. It has been shown that estrogen and specifically estriol increases MS issues in Men.
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