Data detailed in "Ventilatory sensitivity to carbon dioxide before and after episodic hypoxia in women treated with testosterone" have been presented. "We hypothesized that the ventilatory threshold and sensitivity to carbon dioxide in the presence of hypoxia and hyperoxia during wakefulness would be increased following testosterone administration in premenopausal women. Additionally, we hypothesized that the sensitivity to carbon dioxide increases following episodic hypoxia and that this increase is enhanced after testosterone administration," scientists writing in the Journal of Applied Physiology report.
"Eleven women completed four modified carbon dioxide...
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