HORMONES TEST

Notice each symptom that you may have. (If you notice the same symptoms in more than one group, that's fine.)

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Dosages and the most appropriate products for your particular case.

 

GROUP 1
(progesterone deficiency)
INDICATIONS
P M S - Anxiety - Cyclical headaches - Insomnia - Infertility - Unexplained weight gain
Early miscarriage - Painful and/or lumpy breast

This is the most common hormone imbalance among women of all ages. You may need to change your diet, get off of synthetic hormones (including birth control pills). You may need to use some progesterone cream.

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GROUP 2
(Estrogen deficiency)
INDICATIONS
Vaginal dryness - Hot flashes - Bladder infections - Night sweats
Painful intercourse - Lethargic depression - Memory problems

This hormone imbalance is most common in menopausal women; especially if you are petite and/or slim.
You may need to make some special changes to your diet; take some women's herbs; and some women may even need a little bit of natural estrogen (about one-tenth the dose prescribed by most doctors).

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GROUP 3
(Excess estrogen)
INDICATIONS
Puffiness and bloating - Mood swings - Anxious depression - Red flush on face - Heavy Bleeding - Rapid weight gain - Gall bladder problems
Breast tenderness - Migraine headaches - Insomnia

Cervical Dysplasia (abnormal pap smear)
 
In women, this is most often solved by getting off of the conventional synthetic hormones most often prescribed by doctors for menopausal women.
 

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GROUP 4
(Estrogen dominance)
INDICATIONS
A combination of symptoms in group #1 and #3
 

This is caused when you don't have enough progesterone to balance the effects of estrogen. Thus, you can have low estrogen but if you have even lower progesterone, you can have symptoms of estrogen dominance. Many women between the ages of 40 and 50 suffer from estrogen dominance.

 

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GROUP 5
(Excess androgens)
INDICATIONS
Acne - Infertility - Ovarian cysts - Excessive hair on the face and arms - Mid-cycle pain - Thinning hair on the head - Polycistic ovary syndrome (PCOS) Hypoglycemia and or unstable blood sugar
 

This is most often caused by too much sugar and simple carbohydrates in the diet.

 

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GROUP 6
(Cortisol deficiency)
INDICATIONS
Debilitating fatigue Unstable blood sugar Intolerance to exercise Foggy thinking Low blood pressure Thin and/or dry skin Brown spots on face
 

This is caused by tired adrenals, which is usually caused by chronic stress. If you are trying to juggle a job and a family, chances are good you have tired adrenals

 

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Definitions

HORMONE
A substance, usually a peptide or steroid, produced by one tissue and conveyed by the bloodstream to another to effect physiological activity, such as growth or metabolism.

ESTROGEN
Any of a family of steroid hormones that regulate and sustain female sexual development and reproductive function.

PROGESTERONE
The steroid hormone that is secreted by the corpus luteum of the ovary and stimulates changes in the endometrium of the uterus in preparation for the implantation of the fertilized egg; produced by the placenta in large quantities during pregnancy.

ANDROGEN
A hormone that promotes the development and maintenance of male sex characteristics.
Androgens are produced by the adrenal cortex and the testes and includes testosterone.

CORTISOL
A steroid hormone produced from the adrenal cortex.