Symptoms of Estrogen Dominance

Estrogen Dominance is also called Estrogen Dominance Syndrome EDS. It is commonly misunderstood in that most women think it means they have too much estrogen or they say “My estrogen is low, so that cannot be my answer.” The truth is that estrogen dominance merely means that estrogen is dominant out of balance in relation to progesterone. Some symptoms of estrogen dominance may seem like something you have had for a long time and never thought it was anything but a pain. PMS – Pre Menstrual Syndrome Allergies – believe it or not allergies can be from hormonal imbalance. Hormones out of whack are a very common reason. Decreased sex drive – Now this is a bummer if you are trying to conceive and even if you are not, it is not a good thing for a marriage. Depression – Think about how many women you may know who are on prescriptions for depression who might use a boost from natural progesterone cream instead. Foggy thinking – Also related to the adrenals it is frustrating and confusing.  Many women in peri-menopause or menopausal years fear they are starting to lose their minds due to their foggy thinking. Cyclic headaches – This means they seem to come and go with your cycle.  Hormones spiking can cause even migraines. Weight gain, especially around the middle or hard to lose weight.  This can come from a hormonal imbalance due to raised cortisol levels which will then affect estrogen and progesterone levels. Fibrocystic breasts – Do you have bumps on your nipples that are similar to pimples? These are just the beginning few. ...

Dysmenorrhea

Let’s look at dysmenorrhea, its diagnosis, cause and what can be done to help it. What is dysmenorrhea? Severe menstruation with pain and a lot of bleeding would describe dysmenorrhea best? You know what that means. Dreading not just the PMS but the actual menstruation period. What is the definition of dysmenorrhea? If you translate dysmenorrhea it would be something like “difficult menstruation.” Menorrhea is the bleeding part of your period and the “dys” is the hard part. What would be included in dysmenorrhea diagnosis? And. What are the dysmenorrhea causes? The first thing you want to think about is what part of your body is lacking and affecting the rest. First look at any hormonal imbalance there might be between estrogen and progesterone. The best way to do this is to have a saliva hormone home test kit which will test estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. By first testing these hormones you can better tell what you need to do in order to re-balance these female hormones. http://www.wholefamilyhealth.com/shop/catalog.php?item=34 Using a non-invasive saliva test kit you are able to check your hormone levels in the privacy of your home. Click for more info about Body Balance Hormone Test Kits Read about Cycle Balance, Happy PMS and AIM Renewed Balance progesterone creams. Dr. Lee recommends natural progesterone cream to counter the imbalance of estrogen and progesterone levels. Liver and dysmenorrhea: It is the liver that regulates the progesterone and estrogen balance. Too much estrogen in relationship to the proper levels of progesterone and you will have excessive bleeding and discharge from the uterus. Liver imbalance is a result of poor dietary...

Female Health

Feminine health is as complicated as it gets. There are so many mysteries to the female reproductive system. If a “women’s” health issue arises it is very important to deal with it properly and quickly to avoid long term effects. Most feminine health problems will respond well to natural health aka holistic approaches. Correcting the concern before it becomes irreversible is the key. Here are a few female health problems that are common to infertile and hormonally imbalanced women. Dysmenorrhea Amenorrhea See our individual articles on the subjects above. Share and...