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... non toxic elements in your body. I had one done by sending in a hair sample to a lab and the results showed that I was low on magnesium and selenium. Selenium is found in garlic and turkey and several other things. ... (9 replies)
... Estrogen is pretty safe. I use a patch and am only pre menopausal. The low dose patch works great for me. I had severe insomnia at one time and did not link it to drop in estrogen. Insomnia is a common hormonal low estrogen side effect. Progesterone Bioidenticals did not work for me. ... (4 replies)
... my meds, well then I think it has to be my thyroid. Hey niecsey,....sometimes when I wake up I feel fine, and it doesn't start hurting until I've been up for a while, or later in the evening. Sometimes it's all day. ... (12 replies)

... insomnia and fatigue. I was doing better until day 14 of this last cycle when my anxiety symptoms ramped up a bit. ... (7 replies)
... carbinol, which will balance your estrogen levels. ... (2 replies)
... Hoping you can help me out. First, I'll tell you the dumb thing I did that has me extremely concerned, and then I'll share my background. ... (0 replies)
... a previous post. The drs here tried to give me a Progestin to balance my extremely high Estrogen, but i took it only for 6 days. I had increased anxiety, nausea and my blood sugar kept dipping too low no matter how much i ate. I am sure my estrogen has come down a lot. i am going to get it tested in September. ... (13 replies)
... I too have shoulder pain and that buzzing feeling in my left leg. I notice it more when I have been on my feet all day. My left had and arm also does it. Have had these sharp stabbing pains in my upper left thigh and woke up one morning with swollen painful fingers. ... (4 replies)
... up estradiol and come in different strengths. ... (52 replies)
... ----- Hi Ann - even though it has 10 mg of estrogen I DOUBT any doctor will prescribe that for me - also perhaps certain forms of HRT might be higher - the patch ones, since it is absorbed into the body and avoids the liver because it is a skin patch - I'm SO WORRIED about moving over to HRT at the same time I am scared of being on the pill at my age - I am not... (52 replies)
... Thanks for your reply...I feel like a basket case today...the crying is awful. And it's not crying over anything that has happened.. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks for your reply. I got my period today, so now also have cramps on top of everything else. I went to my appointment with the practitioner and told her much of what I am going through. ... (4 replies)
... I already had a metabolic done and it was normal. I am going through horrible bouts of depression and anxiety and can't sleep. ... (3 replies)
... These symptoms sound like low estrogen for the most part although headaches can also be caused by a big change in hormones. ... (10 replies)
... I'm 44....I came here mainly for support as I don't feel like going on and on with my husband about this and I don't really have any friends nearby who I can talk to. Do any of you ladies going through perimenopause feel like crying all the time? ... (17 replies)
... I believe lowest estrogen Vivelle patch. My main concerns at the time were moderate hot flashes, night sweats insomnia. After 2 months my hot flashes were getting worse. ... (0 replies)
... You sound a lot like where I got to in my desperation for sleep and to feel normal again. ... (7 replies)
HRT or not??
Mar 15, 2012
... Before you go on HRT that includes estrogen, you should have your blood checked for progesterone and estrogen levels. Most women in their 40s into early 50s until they actually go through menopause are estrogen dominant. ... (5 replies)
... I dont really see that they are "THAT" low so I need some opinions. ... (0 replies)
... I read this book called "What your Dr. won't tell you about Premenopause" by Dr. John Lee. When you are going through this period you may develop estrogen dominance. ... (4 replies)

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