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Reproductive Hormones

(3) Anabolism increases the synthesis and decreases the breakdown of protein. Androgens also act to produce secondary sex characteristics associated with the male (like development of pubic hair and facial hair, development of a deeper pitched voice, and development of increased sebaceous secretions). In females, there is limited androgen production by the adrenal glands.

Polycystic Ovarian Disease

A 32-year-old patient visits the gynecologist's office complaining of vaginal, bleeding, facial hair growth, and obesity. The patient states that she has noted the facial hair growth for many years and the irregular bleeding has been progressively getting worse during the past 6 months. She has no other significant personal or family history, and on pelvic examination she has slightly enlarged bilateral ovaries. A rectovaginal examination is confirmatory.

Body Image

Although there are typically few, if any, outward signs that an individual has Crohn disease or ulcerative colitis, feelings about body image constitute an important psychological component of IBD. A person may worry constantly about disrupting the social or business flow of the day because of the need to use the toilet many times and may fear losing bowel control and soiling clothes. Steroids can have outward physical effects, such as facial mooning, an increase in facial hair, and skin blemishes. And those who have had an ostomy may wear apparatus, albeit under clothing.