The effect of male axillary extract on the length and regularity of the menstrual cycle in women was studied in a long-term experiment (9 months). The male secret extract had no statistically significant influence on the menstrual cycle duration in the reproductive-age women (21–45 years) with normal (26–32 days) and regular cycles or in women with abnormally short (<26 days) cycles. In the group of the reproductive-age women with irregular and abnormally long (>32 days) cycles, as well as in the group of the premenopauseage women (46–51 years) with irregular cycles, the secret extract caused a significant shortening of the menstrual cycle as compared to the control. The effect was preserved for at least two months after the exposure completed.
Doklady Biological Sciences – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 13, 2018
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