The question is not clear. :(
Androgens (ancient Greek ἀνδρός, gen. sing. from ἀνήρ - man and γένος - origin) is a common collective name for a group of steroid male sex hormones , produced by the sex glands (testes in men and ovaries in women) and the adrenal cortex and possessing the property in certain concentrations to cause androgenesis, virilization of the body - the development of male secondary sexual characteristics - in both sexes.
androgens include the following hormones:
If I'm not mistaken, the male hormone is called "testosterone", but are we talking about the same thing? I don't know, testosterone is one of the main "companions" of a man and not only when aroused, so get excited and release all testosterone)))