What does sex hormone supplementation mean?
Sex hormone therapy (SHT) is the application of male or female sex hormones in order to improve a woman's sex characteristics, such as an increased breast size. This treatment is most commonly used in conjunction with a cosmetic surgery, but may be performed vaginally, a method known as "top surgery." Some SHT also helps to treat symptoms of other diseases, such as endometriosis. SHT is not intended for the treatment of serious illnesses. The use of SHT should only be performed by a qualified medical practitioner, and only under close supervision by a qualified pharmacist.
A product's effectiveness and how it performs in humans is determined by three different types of studies, known as the three-point Dose Test:
1. The Effectiveness of the Drug on the Specific Symptoms of the Person With the Disease or Condition (a.k.a. the Clinical Dose Test or the Dose -Response Test) 2. The Safety and Safety Parameters of the Drug (a.k.a. the Safety/Toxicity Test) 3. The Drug's Overall Safety (a.k.a. the Safety Profile) 4. The Drug's Side Effects (a.k.a. the Safety-Side Effects Profile) 5. The Drug's Side Effects/Risk-Benefit Ratio (a.k.a. the Drug-Safety Ratio) 6. The Drug's Potential for Abuse (a.k.a. the Drug-Abuse-Revenue-Ratio) 7. The Drug's Reliability (a.k.a.