High training demands throughout the competitive season in female collegiate soccer players have been shown to induce changes in biomarkers indicative of stress, inflammation, and reproduction, which may be exacerbated in athletes using oral contraceptives (OCs). The purpose of this study was to compare biomarkers and body composition between OC-using and non-using (CON) female soccer players throught a competative season. The file accompaning this record presents graphical output of the Bayesian hierarchical generalized linear models fitted to the biomarker data.
BOZZINI, B.N., MCFADDEN, B.A., ELLIOTT-SALE, K.J., SWINTON, P.A. and ARENT, S.M. . Evaluating the effects of oral contraceptive use on biomarkers and body composition during a competitive season in collegiate female soccer players. [Dataset]. Hosted on Figshare [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.12996794