Testosterone At Early Childhood

The palpable effects of Testosterone at the stage of early childhood have yet not been strongly felt in male children apart from the brain development or the masculinization of the brain, which clinical studies say takes place due to scarcely perceptible changes or the absence of any noticeable level increase of Testosterone in other areas of body. As of the brain development at this period, there is a distinction between that of male and of female found. Clinical studies say that male brain development occurs at this stage due to the aromatization of Testosterone into the estrogen swimming over the blood-brain barrier, and on the contrary, the alpha-fetoprotein of female fetuses encloses estrogen in order not to affect female brains.