... Are any of you ladies that are suffering with ETD taking birth control, hormone therapy, have you taken hormones to stop your period or have a drop provera birth control shot? ... (2 replies)
... I'm glad to hear they didn't switch your hormones without letting you know! ... (14 replies)
... I am wondering if you are now on estrogen instead of progesterone. I think premarin is mostly estrogen...do you think they switched hormones on you? ... (14 replies)
... And if so, do you know what exactly is happening with the hormones at that time? ... (14 replies)
... that would be the best doc for testing your hormones and figuring that piece out. By the way, I would not suggest the pill as it can make migraines worse. ... (21 replies)
... dry and now I have roscea. I don't know what it is but the Doc Dx me with BBPV and referred me to physcial therapy for positioning manuvers. I wonder about the hormones though because I am only 28. I started having the symptoms at 23. ... (21 replies)
... hehe....i will have to ask my new doc when i see him again for the battery of vestibular testing that i have long been awaiting. he mentioned beta-blockers...but we'll see. i am see the gyno today and will mention all this to her, and i need to see if switching my birth control would help at all????hmmm:confused: sorry you had such a bad time with all the migraine... (16 replies)
... DEFINITELY MAV!! Ater yesterday I am actually considering trying Frova around the times when my hormones are fluctuating. I think it would be safer than messing around with HRT. ... (16 replies)
... mentioned about me being on birth control and checking with my gyno about other possible alternatives than the one i'm on since it is tricyclic and can fluctate hormones too much.... ... (16 replies)
... Unfortunately it is impossible to conclude that the levels of progesterone are the issue.. the article simply shows that in women with migraine-associated vertigo there is a polymorphism (error) in one of the genes that codes for the progesterone receptor (PGR in the article). Similarly when you hear people talking about 'too much serotonin' and 'too little serotonin', it is... (16 replies)
... of it being helpful with the vertigo. Maybe I should try to use more and see what happens. The compounding apothecary I get mine from knows more about women's hormones than anyone I know. ... (16 replies)
... I think I'll definitely prod the new doctor to get hormones checked. ... (16 replies)
... I am thinking too little. I have just now started doing some research on this how much hormones can wreak havoc, including all of the weird symptoms we talk about here on this board. ... (16 replies)
... Yes, yes YES! I do think there is a correlation between hormone imbalance and this inner ear dizziness stuff. I don't know if the hormones can CAUSE labyrinthitis or what, but it certainly seems like it. ... (21 replies)
... ainly most likely right about it not being a premenopausal issue. However, you do have hormones, and everybody's chemistry is different. Every day the makeup of hormones in your system is different, and being a woman, well, .... Your body might just be adjusting to the sudden drop of hormones due stopping the pill. ... (21 replies)
... The link between dizziness and hormones is migraine. Noone is quite sure why migraine is so strongly affected by hormonal changes, but it is well known that this occurs. ... (21 replies)
... only one with dizziness problems. The doctors can't seem to figure out what is wrong and have had numerous testing done, I keep suggesting that is has to do with hormones and early menopause, but they keep saying I'm too young, I'm 41, and have always had mentrual problems. ... (21 replies)
... appening. And it's not like spinning dizzies, but rather a very foggy, spacey sort of feeling. I read an old post by hbep that also confirmed some link between hormones and problems for people with vestib issues. I think it's also a known that people with migraines can get that spacey, dizzy feeling too as an aura. ... (21 replies)
... She said, yes, and that it was quite common because of the hormones fluctuating. ... (21 replies)
... Hi there centaur
I also believe that vertigo could well be related to hormones.
I first had a spell of Labs 1990 when 6 weeks pregnant with my son.
It passed after 6/7 weeks.
I then developed migraines with aura 1992 - 12 migraines in 4 months which then disappeared! (Hormonal changes maybe)
No problems during my pregnancy with my daughter though!
Now in the... (21 replies)