Date: 2001-05-24 18:52:00 UTC
Subject: Adrenal aggression/sexual behavior question
I have been reading the posts on aggressive behavior
in males being linked to a higher incidence of adrenal
carcinoma. I must say that I am confused a little by
what you all mean by agression and I hope you can
Do you guys mean incidents of sexual behavior such as
the "thrusting" part of mating are indicative of
carcinomas or do you mean a return to the agressive
neck-biting? I don't mean to be indelicate, but I
have a boy who has always indulged in the
biting-and-dragging with girls, at least for a while,
and despises boys (not altered until 18 months - he
thinks he has something to protect, I think). Anyway,
he doesn't do the whole thrusting bit, but frequently
attempts the neck biting with the girls, even though
he's on meds...and it causes me worry.
I think we'll do surgery pretty soon anyway, but I was
just interested in the topic...how much naughty
behavior do you think is the indicator?
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