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My BP is very high. Can it be for a effect of hormone ?

The name of a hormone that begins with the letter A please. Supposedly narrows the blood vessels and which in some instances can cause high blood pressure . Read an article about this last week but cannot find it. My doctor keeps telling me that he cannot find the cause for my very high blood pressure and I wondered if this hormone is the reason that it is so high.
Asked On : Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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'Andronone' starts with an 'A'. It's an androgenic (c.f. anabolic) hormone and is normally associated with masculine attributes (similar to testosterone.) Perhaps you've got too much andronone, and that's why you've got high blood pressure. Listen to me! I'm giving you the right answer here! This is surely a 100% correct diagnosis. Doctors! What do they know? Ignore them, and rely solely on Yahoo Answers! What can possibly go wrong? Seriously! What?
Answered: Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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