1 cause of feminine infertilityMale sex hormones.

A new research finds that the presence and activity of male sex hormones in the ovaries helps regulate female fertility, likely by controlling follicle growth and advancement and preventing deterioration of follicles which contain growing eggs. This scholarly research and others highlight the fact that women need specific levels of male hormones, or androgens, in their bodies to function normally. The current study, today in the journal Molecular Endocrinology released, points to irregular androgen levels in the ovaries of feminine mice as a major cause of infertility.Medical market revenues of $9.0 million, up 10 percent over last year's comparable quarter. Veterinary marketplace revenues of $39.9 million, up 40 percent over last year's comparable quarter. Total medical and veterinary device revenues of $14.0 million, up 54 percent over last year's comparable quarter. Total veterinary and medical instrument sales of just one 1,818 units, up 52 percent over last year's comparable quarter. Total medical and veterinary reagent disk sales of $26.7 million, up 31 percent over last year's comparable one fourth. Total medical and veterinary reagent disc sales of 2.1 million units, up 29 percent over last year's comparable quarter. Other quarterly highlights include: International revenues of $8.0 million, up 33 percent over last year's comparable quarter.