Testosterone vs Methyltestosterone - What's the difference?

testosterone | methyltestosterone |


As nouns the difference between testosterone and methyltestosterone

is that testosterone is testosterone while methyltestosterone is an anabolic steroid used to treat testosterone deficiency in men]] and breast cancer and menopause in [[woman|women.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

testosterone

Noun

(-)
  • (steroid hormone) Steroid hormone produced primarily in the testes of the male; it is responsible for the development of secondary sex characteristics in the male.
  • (figuratively) Manly behavior, often of an aggressive or foolishly reckless nature.
  • Mother encouraged James to rely more on intelligence and less on testosterone to deal with the neighbor's son.

    methyltestosterone

    English

    Noun

    (-) (wikipedia methyltestosterone)
  • An anabolic steroid used to treat testosterone deficiency in men]] and breast cancer and menopause in [[woman, women.
  • *{{quote-news, year=2008, date=May 6, author=The Associated Press, title=Wal-Mart Expands Program Providing Drug Discounts, work=New York Times citation
  • , passage=Tamoxifen , used to treat breast cancer, will be offered for $9 for a 30-day supply, as will combination estrogen/methyltestosterone tablets, prescribed for menopause and hormone deficiency. }}