If you had minor hypothyroidism(delayed puberty, other symptoms etc) during adolescence for whatever reason, would that result in a more feminine bone structure? How big of an impact(%ish) does Test levels have on your overall bone structure? Besides the XX and XY difference in cormozones- wouldn’t mostly all sexual dimorphism be attributed to differences in sex hormones, the main ones being Test/estro of course?
If your Test levels because respectable in your mid 20â??s and you were lifting-could bone structure correct itself in response to normal T levels for once? Or is skeletal growth out of the question as that time has come and gone. Thanks alot guys.