Can Distinguish between the Sexes
A great deal of harmonious cooperation exists between cells and hormones in the human body. The body recognizes hormones and immediately understands the message they carry. And the hormones know very well where they need to go and when, and the sort of effect they'll have. Even though the same hormones are present in both males and females, these hormones' effect on the two sexes is completely different. For example, the follicle-stimulating hormone known as FSH promotes the formation of the egg in the woman. Yet in males, the same hormone ensures the formation of the sperm.
On the other hand, luteinizing hormone (LH) stimulates ovulation and also causes the secretion of another hormone called progesterone, which prepares the uterus for pregnancy. The same hormone takes on a completely different role in males, stimulating cells to secrete testosterone, which facilitates the development of male secondary sexual characteristics and the formation of sperm.
How can two similar hormones with the same makeup lead to completely different effects in different genders? This question is definitely thought-provoking!
When the hormone is secreted in a male's body, it recognizes that the body cells here belong to a male and make changes accordingly. In a male body, for example, this hormone leads to greater muscular formation, to the deepening of the voice, and the formation of a beard.
In a woman, the exact same hormone is secreted, but its effect on her is practically the opposite. If the same hormone can give a feminine voice to a woman and a deeper one to a man, and can lead to the development of different bodily characteristics, then this hormone must be somehow "aware" of the differences in chemistry and anatomy between the man and woman. In turn, this means that the hormone must possess a mind and have received training in these subjects.
How can these hormones have acquired chemical knowledge? Or how is it that the cells producing these hormones understand not only the chemistry of the human body but also, like practicing chemists, can secrete from themselves substances in accord with this knowledge and direct other cells into production as well? How did tiny cells acquire the knowledge to do all this?
Clearly, this knowledge is not a property of the cells or the atoms that compose them. These regulations, made peculiar to men and women, are a sign of an existing conscious plan and design. What lies behind this conception is a Possessor of superior intelligence—that is, God.
Hormonal Regulation in Women
1. Pituitary gland
2. LH stimulates ovulatio and the secretion of progesterone.
6. FSH promotes the formation of the egg.
Hormonal Regulation in Males
8. Pituitary gland
11.FSH secreted by the pituitary gland promotes the secretion of testosterone
12. Sperm production is promoted.
13. LH secreted by the pituitary gland promotes the secretion of testosterone.