In women, excessive use of androgens may cause clitoral enlargement. The clitoris is basically an undeveloped penis, so why isn’t this the case for men? Of course androgens signal penis growth in the early stages of life, but it’s like a window shuts after puberty. In women, the possibility of genital enlargement doesn’t stop with puberty.
In men elevated estrogen may cause breast enlargement - at any age. Unfortunately this is not the case for women - no matter how many contraceptive pills they pop, their breasts won’t grow.
Much of the aromatization of testosterone to estradiol takes place in fat cells. As such, there is a correlation between obesity and elevated E-levels. Dieting will reduce the amount of bodyfat, but it will not reduce the amount of fat cells. Is an “empty” fat cell still capable of aromatizing T to E?