Menstrual status and plasma vasopressin, renin activity, and aldosterone exercise responses.

@article{Souza1989MenstrualSA,
  title={Menstrual status and plasma vasopressin, renin activity, and aldosterone exercise responses.},
  author={Mary Jane De Souza and Carl M. Maresh and Molly S. Maguire and William J. Kraemer and G Flora-Ginter and Kenneth L. Goetz},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1989},
  volume={67 2},
  pages={736-43}
}
The effects of menstrual cycle phase (early follicular vs. midluteal) and menstrual status (eumenorrhea vs. amenorrhea) on plasma arginine vasopressin (AVP), renin activity (PRA), and aldosterone (ALDO) were studied before and after 40 min of submaximal running (80% maximal O2 uptake). Eumenorrheic runners were studied in the early follicular and midluteal phases determined by urinary luteinizing hormone and progesterone and plasma estradiol and progesterone assays; amenorrheic runners were… CONTINUE READING

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