hypoandrogenism (plural hypoandrogenisms)
- (medicine) An abnormally low level of androgens.
1986, Emil Steinberger, G. Frajese, Anna Steinberger, Reproductive Medicine, page 135:
- Thus, hypoandrogenisms, even though slight, probably cause an alteration of the epididymal function, even though no corresponding alteration is observable in the functioning of other glands.
2015 July 9, Vitaly A. Kushnir et al., “Relative importance of AMH and androgens changes with aging among non-obese women with polycystic ovary syndrome”, in Journal of Ovarian Research, volume 8, DOI:10.1186/s13048-015-0175-x:
- For example, if non-obese PCOS patients despite seemingly normal androgen levels, indeed, suffer from relative hypoandrogenism, […] androgen supplementation may help in improving oocyte/embryo quality and fertility treatment outcomes.