Sex hormones are steroids that control sexual maturity and reproduction. These hormones are produced mainly by the endocrine glands. The endocrine glands in females are ovaries and those in males are testes. While both males and females have all types of hormones present in their bodies, females produce the majority of two types of hormones, estrogens and progesterone, while males produce mainly androgens such as testosterone. Most androgens produced by females are converted to estrogens and some androgens in males are also converted to estrogens. Sex hormones are synthesized from cholesterol (a fatty acid) and other compounds and secreted throughout a person's lifetime at different levels. 

67392-87-4

Drospirenone

84371-65-3

Mifepristone

57-83-0

Progesterone

68-22-4

Norethisterone

51-98-9

Norethisterone Acetate

3836-23-5

Norethisterone Enanthate

5630-53-5

Tibolone

71-58-9

Medroxyprogesterone Acetate

2137-18-0

Gestonorone

211-138-8

17α-Hydroxyprogesterone Caproate

129453-61-8

Fulvestrant

126784-99-4

Ulipristal Acetate

50-28-2

Estradiol

979-32-8

Estradiol Valerate

4956-37-0

Estradiol Enanthate

50-27-1

Estriol

57-63-6

Ethynyl Estradiol

360-70-3

Nandrolone Decanoate

521-11-9

Mestanolone

58-22-0

Testosterone Base

57-85-2

Testosterone Propionate

315-37-7

Testosterone Enanthate

1255-49-8

Testosterone Phenylpropionate

58-20-8

Testosterone Cypionate

5949-44-0

Testosterone Undecanoate

13103-34-9

Boldenone Undecylenate(Equipose)

10161-34-9

Trenbolone Acetate

154229-18-2

Abiraterone Acetate

302-22-7

Chlormadinone acetate

797-63-7

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