Female Hormone Imbalances
The ranges of symptoms of female hormone imbalances in the menstruating female are far and wide. This very much misunderstood condition leaves those who suffer with symptoms tirelessly searching the internet, going from doctor to doctor, leading to various supplements or a bottle of birth control pills or other pharmaceuticals from their M.D..
Although the symptoms can be similar from female to female the underlying causes to the symptoms can be very different.
The most common symptoms seen are:
- Abnormal menstrual cycle lengths (too long/short)
- Abnormal flow (too heavy/light)
- Severe pain and cramping during periods
- Breast pain and swelling during periods
- Pelvic pain during menses
- Mood swings, anxiety, depression, brain fog
- Facial hair
- Hair loss/thinning
- Fatigue and weight gain
- A diagnosis of endometriosis/polycystic ovarian syndrome
The fact is that it is extremely rare for menstruating females to actually need hormone therapy. Deficiency is not the problem, dysregulation is.
Taking synthetic hormones in the form of contraceptives or replacement therapy is extremely short sighted and can leave a trail of negative consequences. These consequences you will not hear about from your doctor, despite the fact that they are well established in the scientific literature.
Fix the underlying problems and you will fix the dysregulation. By addressing these underlying problems now you will avoid other health issues later in life.
In my hour long video I explain, in detail, the 6 patterns of hormone imbalances in the menstruating female and, more importantly, how to find out which pattern you have and uncover the underlying issues and fix the dysregulation.
Proper functional medicine figures out the underlying cause with specific lab testing and then goes about removing them, restoring you to proper balance and health.
If you’re tired of dealing with symptoms then watching this video could be the first step to good health and quality of life!
Most females who suffer with symptoms of hormone imbalances go to their medical doctor or OB-GYN. In traditional medicine, the first thing they do, is to put the patient on some sort of synthetic hormone contraceptive. Doctors do this in order to temper the symptoms of female hormone imbalances. Many in the medical community make it sound like synthetic hormone contraceptives have no side effects and are benign. That couldn’t be further from the truth!