Don S Schalch

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The hypothesis is tested that luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH( may be released from the anterior pituitary in response to a psychological state of sexual arousal. LH levels in 10 male volunteers were found to be higher after viewing a sexually arousing film than after a control film. The magnitude of LH response was found to(More)
An analogue of luteinising-hormone-releasing hormone ([D-Leu-6, desGly-NH2-10]-L.H.R.H.-ethylamide) was administered by mouth to thirteen healthy men. In eight men 10 mg of this superactive L.H.R.H. analogue significantly increased mean plasma-L.H. within 45 minutes of administration. This increase was sustained for more than 5 hours. 2 mg of the analogue(More)
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