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Monday 30 October 2017
This Two Other Hormones Need your Attention in Menopause Besides Estrogen!
Menopause Besides Estrogen
In this period the woman’s body reduces the production of hormones such as estrogen, progesterone and testosterone. And for this reason many woman use hormone replacement therapy.
Sudden sensations of heat, vaginal dryness and brittle bones are some of the things that can be experienced during menopause.
around the abdomen can be also caused.
To treat this woman are usually prescribed estrogen with progestin or only estrogen therapies.
Most affected hormones
This hormone is the main female hormone. The reduced levels of this hormone can cause changes in woman’s body.
Symptoms that can be experienced are: sudden sensations of heat on the chest, neck and face, sleep problems, night sweats, tension, fatigue,
Also with dropped levels of estrogen can cause weight gain in the abdominal area. Low levels of estrogen can lower the metabolic rate.
This female hormone is also provided by the ovaries. This hormone is helpful for egg fertilization.
The menstrual cycles stop because of its deficit of this hormone during
. Lower levels of progesterone can cause irregular cycles, heavier bur rare cycles etc.
This male hormone is also produced in woman’s body but in small doses. Low levels of testosterone in woman’s body can cause libido reduction.
How to treat menopause symptoms
Hormone therapy can help in reducing some of the mentioned symptoms such as hot flashes, vaginal dryness and loss of calcium. Sometimes this symptoms will go away with time with no need of treatment.
Some woman can have difficulties overcoming this symptoms, so consulting a doctor is the best choice.
Heart attack, stroke, breast cancer, blood clots etc. are some of the risks that can occur by using hormone therapies.
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