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... I just want to address the idea that peri symptoms are always because of falling estrogen. I have my worst days when my body is trying to ovulate by spiking my estrogen up. High hormones in some women cause as much grief as low hormones in others. ... (7 replies)
More depression
Mar 15, 2014
... Titchou, keeping track of the gel and everything really is nothing compared to the symptoms of low estrogen. I don't really mind that and I have it all written down. ... (28 replies)
More depression
Mar 15, 2014
... I am so sorry about the loss of your dear Mother. ... (28 replies)

More depression
Mar 17, 2014
... However, for those women who cannot take HRT due to cancer, etc, there is the option of the antidepressants to possibly help them. ... (28 replies)
... Hi MerryKate. I just want to tell you that evening primrose oil is a phytoestrogen, so if you are estrogen dominant, then I wouldn't be taking this supplement. Evening primrose oil helps if your estrogen is low,but if your progesterone is low, it will make it worse. ... (17 replies)
Need Some Advice
Jan 24, 2014
... are still here. I was on Yasmin a few years ago when I was experiencing hair loss..I've heard that's not so good anymore due to all the bad side effects. So...a low dose BC pill could help..but I'm not too old for that am I? ... (17 replies)
... hello! seems in my previous post i got my estrogen level wrong. ... (3 replies)
... th control pill to regulate your hormones. Otherwise, if your hormones keep dropping, you will soon be in menopause. Yes, seems as though with your hormones as low as they are, you would be in a perimenopause state of being. Please, go see someone else. ... (5 replies)
... It was as I figured it would be. I have so many symptoms of low estrogen and it took me 6 months to convince my Dr to test my hormones. ... (5 replies)
... Im still trying to get mine up but having side effects of all these estrogen products...good luck to you.. ... (3 replies)
... I dont think that number is that low for estrogen? ... (3 replies)
... o, 5'5" and weigh 103 lbs. Fat cells make estrogen and so I really need a lot of estrogen to feel normal again. Which is another reason that bcp seem to help me more than hrt. And I still have periods. ... (52 replies)
... No, I'm not taking anything. I don't care for all the negatives I've heard about HRT so figured I would just deal with Mother Nature. (5 replies)
... If so, maybe you need a stronger dose. Those sound like symptoms of low estrogen. ... (5 replies)
... Welcome to the boards! This is why they call it the Change of Life. Your body is changing and your hormone are fluctuating. It's all part of the process. What's happening is normal. Women can start peri as early as 30 years old. ... (4 replies)
... thank you for your response! my estradiol is 61. my progesterone is 3.9. hope this helps! thank you!!! kathryn (3 replies)
... Hello ladies just wondering if any of you have gotten any of your problems resolved yet amd how yall were doing. My estrogen is dropping to 50 and it is literally killing me. I have ALL of the classic symptoms except for hot flashes. The headaches are killing me,tired,no libido etc. ... (3 replies)
... I don't know if it is low estrogen, but peri is most likely what you have. ... (5 replies)
Sep 22, 2005
... I'm hypothyroid, hypoglycemic, High estrogen called estrogen dominance. I take armour thyroid 3 grs, natural progesterone to counter balance the high estrogen. Low thyroid or adrenal fatigue can cause insomnia. I have hot flashes and night sweats from my high estrogen. ... (1 replies)
... Well...there's an FSH test (follicle stimulating hormone). It's a blood test. You could also do a google search on perimenopausal symptoms, as well as peri-zappers (things to do to zap the symptom ;) ) I started perimenopausal stuff at age 40. Acheived menopause @ age 50 (same as my mom, and her mom). To a very large extent, you are pre-programmed genetically. Talk with... (1 replies)

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