The testes produce both sperm and the androgenic hormone testosterone, which is a vital hormone for male development, driving the changes that take place during puberty. However, testosterone isn't the only hormone that ... More »

Male and female hormones are produced in the pituitary gland. Although male and female hormones are produced in the same place, the ways in which they are used by the body are very different. More »

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The interstitial cells of the testes are responsible for the production of androgenic substances. Androgenic substances found in the testes are the sex hormones in males. The dominant androgenic substance created by the ... More »

The testes, located in the scrotum, produce and secrete testosterone. Although it plays a lesser role in their reproductive health, women's ovaries also create and secrete small amounts of testosterone. In both sexes, it... More »

According to Harvard Medical School, males use hormone replacement therapy in order to treat very low levels of testosterone, which has been linked to low mood, fatigue and diminished muscle mass. Harvard notes that some... More »

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The testes produce testosterone in men, help maintain muscle and bone mass, help produce sperm and support the sex drive, according to Hormone Health Network. Found in women, the ovaries produce estrogen and progesterone... More »

According to WebMD, testosterone is produced primarily by the testes, the main male organs of reproduction, though it is also produced in small amounts by women's ovaries. Testosterone production in the testes is conditi... More »