GH (growth hormone)
The parathyroid hormone. Also called as parathormone. This hormone is secreted by parathyroid glands.
This accounts for Growth Hormone Regulatory Hormone, also called Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone, and also GRHF (for Growth Hormone Regulatory Factor). This is one of the two hypothalamic hormones (or previously named 'factors') that, respectively, stimulate or inhibit the release of growth hormone from the pituitary gland. The other hormone that inhibits the release of growth factor is called Growth Hormone Releasing-Inhibiting Hormone (or factor).
(Science: chemical) a small glycoprotein hormone secreted by the anterior pituitary. Lh plays an important role in controlling ovulation and in controlling secretion of hormones by the ovaries and testes.chemical name: Luteinizing hormone
Thyroid levels are measurements of the thyroid hormones in your body. Low TSH suggests you have too much thyroid hormone circulating. High TSH suggests you don't have enough thyroid hormone circulating.
That is called a hormone. It is an organic secretion
It could mean that the receptors for this hormone are not as active as should be or fewer in number than should be.
Hormones are regulated by what are called negative feedback mechanisms. When more is needed, more will be released and the opposite is true when there is enough. For example, the secretion of follicle-stimulating hormone decreases as the amount of circulating estrogen increases.
Testosterone is the main male hormone
Nearly every process in the human organism is kept in balance by the intricate interaction of different nervous and endocrine regulatory chemicals. Calcitonin (a hormone), parathyroid hormone, and vitamin D balance calcium ion use.