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mimitabby
10-17-2006, 09:23 AM
http://www.nytimes.com/2006/10/17/science/17puberty.html?em&ex=1161230400&en=9af920c8ec9f2d1c&ei=5087%0A

"At the annual Pediatric Academic Society meeting in May in San Francisco, they presented a report that described how a preschool-age girl, and then her kindergarten-age brother, mysteriously began growing pubic hair. These cases were not isolated; in 2004, pediatric endocrinologists from San Diego reported a similar cluster of five children."

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"Most commonly, outbreaks of puberty in children are traced to accidental drug exposures from products that are used incorrectly.

Dr. Dedekianís first patient was evaluated for possible genetic endocrine problems and a rare brain tumor before the cause of her puberty was discovered. It turned out that her testosterone level was almost 100 times normal, in the range of an adult man. The same problem affected her brother.

The doctors realized that the girlís father was using a concentrated testosterone skin cream bought from an Internet compounding pharmacy for cosmetic and sexual performance purposes. From normal skin contact with their father, the children absorbed the testosterone, which caused pubic hair growth and genital enlargement. The boy, in particular, also developed some aggressive behavior problems.":confused: :confused:

mimitabby
10-17-2006, 09:26 AM
So, applying what this article is saying, just being on a sheet or in body contact with someone taking testosterone could affect someone's blood chemistry;
a masseuse could rub someone like Floyd and change Floyd's blood chemistry levels!

DDH
10-17-2006, 10:41 AM
Wow, thats kind of scarry to think about the things that we could be inadvertinly expsoing our children to.