Hormone imbalance headaches

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I know i have a hormone imbalance as i have been feeling tired, bad memory, low iron levels and very low libido. Is there somthing natural one could use to get back to normal? Also since pregnancy i cannot consume any diary products at all i get bad headaches and sinus build up any suggestions.
A GP will only take a blood test which will only give you the hormone levels that have already been uptaken, not what is bioavailbale in the saliva. Depression can certainly be caused by hormone imbalance and so can having kids!!! Let me know how you get on, and if yo need any more info you can visit my website for free info, visit the perimenopause section in th womens health section. I'm still building the site but you should find enough info to get you started.
The current theory is perimenopause-related hormone imbalance. I'm skeptical. Sure, I'm almost 50. But I've never had the more common symptoms of perimenopause, such as hot flashes or night sweats, and my periods are as regular as clockwork. I'm curious if anyone has experience with hormone imbalance (HI) related to perimenopause, and if the sometimes erratic symptoms of HI could include the symptoms I've described? Thanks!
I'm starting to think my issues are more hormonal in nature and not thyroid.. My doc told me last time that even tho my TSH was a little high (11) and my FT4 was normal 1.2 (0.7 - 1.4) that she doesn't feel my symptoms are thyroid related.
If you are a female and in menopausal age group then consult a gynecologist and rule out hormone imbalance and low estrogen as the cause of your headaches. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net please discuss these possibilities with your doctor once. You may need some tests for confirmed diagnosis which may include blood tests, MRI etc. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you.
If you are a female and in menopausal age group then consult a gynecologist and rule out hormone imbalance and low estrogen as the cause of your headaches. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net please discuss these possibilities with your doctor once. You may need some tests for confirmed diagnosis which may include blood tests, MRI etc. Hence apart from medicines it is important to rule out various causes of headaches. You should consult a migraine and headache specialist.
At your age of 42 you should also consult a gynecologist and rule out hormone imbalance and low estrogen as the cause of your headaches. Hence apart from medicines it is important to rule out various causes of headaches. You should consult a migraine and headache specialist. There is a similar discussion on MedHelp which may interest you: http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Neurology/DAILY-HEADACHES-MIGRAINES/show/294752 Hope this helps.
Hello: Last fall I got a hormone test. Testosterone was 370 and estrogen was 20. But since then I have lost weight probably 30 pounds. My questions are: 1) Is 370 within range for testosterone therapy? (My doctor told me it was normal but it seams low to me) 2) Could my testosterone levels increased do to weight loss? If so does anybody know how much testosterone can fluxuate from weight loss?
I have also had it said to me many times that the sudden onset of this more extreme anxiety that I have been experiencing the last few months, in addition to the fact that I'm broke out like a 16 year-old, might very well be a hormonal imbalance---too much estrogen maybe. I have not taken any birth control since 2003, and at that time I was on a 3-phase pill. I also have no children.
She's got a serious hormonal imbalance and the doctors gave her birth control (Yasmin) to get the imbalance under control.. (The imbalance caused fatigue, moodswings etc etc..
I was diagnosed with PCOS long ago and was told that there was a good chance that I would not be able to have kids. ..I now have 2 beautiful daughters. I did not take any drugs to assist in the pregnancies. About 6 months or so before each pregnancy, I started having severe anxiety issues and many strange mental and physical symptoms. With my first daughter, the symptoms went away after birth. But, with my second, I am having a really hard time. She was born 9 months ago.
Can a hormone imbalance cause symptoms similar to tumors? I have had neuro symptoms, missed periods/irregular periods, irregular fast heart rate (since April), weakness of muscles, muscle pain, tingling, numbness, unequal pupils/dilated pupils, twitching, trembling, among other symptoms. All my bloods were normal, however, my hormone levels were out of whack - FSH and LH were elevated. Estrogen and testosterone elevations. Could they be the cause of these symptoms?
I had the implant in for a year and 3 months, all this started on April 28,2014 and had it removed may 22,2014, it's now June 22,2014 and I did finally get a doctor to verify it was a hormone imbalance but I'm wondering how u feel now and what all u had to do to fix this problem thank you so much
So I was telling my endo on a regular checkup that I wanted to eliminate some health concerns because I've had digestive, cardiovascular, neurological, and muscular issues for a few years with no apparent cause. I asked if he had ever done a hormone panel on me and he started asking questions about my erection and sexual drive and I said they were fine but I really wanted the test. So I got my test results back today and I'm curious what sort of symptoms these numbers could produce.
I am a treated hypothyroid patient but over the past few years on thyroid hormone therapy, a symptom that remains unrelieved for me is muscle weakness. At times the weakness is so severe, some normal physcal activities almost leave my muscles with mild injury. I feel this symptom is neurological due to related symptoms including nerve type pains and muscle twitches, headaches that radiate the pain to other parts of my body.
Thanks so much for responding to my question. I failed to tell you my whole health history. I went through early menopause when i was about 28 or 30 years old. and the doctors think that the arachnoid cyst that is leaning on my pituitary gland may have cause me to go into early menopause. I went through hot flashes and stopped having a monthly period. I have gone and had blood work to test my hormone levels they were acth - <5, cortisol am - 0.8, estradiol - 23, fsh - 54.
urine work is needed too. Check also for hormone imbalance. Don't be scared, but push your doctor until you find answers.
Hi Welcome to the MedHelp forum! Dehydration and electrolyte imbalance, muscle fatigue, pinched nerve due to wrong posture could be the cause. I would suggest you get the blood levels of the following checked if they have not already been checked: potassium, calcium, sodium, magnesium, vitamin B complex, or vitamins B1, B3, or B6 and Vitamin D. Generally deficiencies of any of the above can cause muscle twitching and spasms in localized or generalized areas of the body.
In fact the diagnosis is considered confirmed if a patient responds to Indomethacin. Doctors should also rule out hormone imbalance and low estrogen as the cause of your headaches. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net please discuss these possibilities with your doctor once. You may need some tests for confirmed diagnosis which may include blood tests, MRI etc. Take care!
hunger, dehydration ( especially after alcohol ingestion), hormone imbalance, high blood pressure, ( in my case too much vitamin B12) , low blood sugar, blood loss( and subsequent dehydration) anemia, After my babies were born i bled extensively and had a headache so bad i couldn't open my eyes. So drink plenty of fluids, take your iron, (not on an empty stomach) treat yourself to a big, juicy iron rich steak once a week, get plenty of rest.
If you are a female and in menopausal age group then consult a gynecologist and rule out hormone imbalance and low estrogen as the cause of your headaches. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net please discuss these possibilities with your doctor once. You may need some tests for confirmed diagnosis which may include blood tests, MRI etc. Take care! There is a similar discussion on MedHelp which may interest you: http://www.medhelp.
For around three or four years now, I have been suffering from headaches some two hours or more after the consumption of any amount of alcohol - although typically as few as two drinks upwards of any kind of alcohol. The headaches come on slowly but persistently and follow a line from the left side of my neck across the top of my head to just above the left eyebrow. They are not sharp pains but more of a constant 'throb' and can go on for hours.
I finally found a Dr. that knew all about hormone imbalances and she works with bioidentical hormone replacement. It's been 36 days now and I'm feeling so much better. I'm not 100% yet but I'm getting so much better. After all the tests (well, not all are back yet) have been done, I was estrogen dominant and hormones were WAY OUT of balance. She is now trying to balance everything.
I'd recommend that, if you haven't, you tell your doc about the hot feeling, and the night sweats. The only thing I can think of is you may have a hormone imbalance, but that's kinda a shot in the dark.
In fact the diagnosis is considered confirmed if a patient responds to Indomethacin. Please also consult a gynecologist and rule out hormone imbalance and low estrogen as the cause of your headaches. Hence apart from medicines it is important to rule out various causes of headaches. You should consult a migraine and headache specialist. You may need some tests for confirmed diagnosis which may include blood tests, MRI etc.
I asked what are the symptoms for those people who do have symptoms? The only symptom is headaches! I have undiagnosed headaches, the only thing found wrong with me is a maxillary cyst which only causes headaches, I want it removed! Here's my thinking, if 25 out of 100 people with this cyst have headaches from it, then that means 100% of those 25 people have headaches caused by this cyst. Since I have Both the headache and the cyst, my chances of being in that 25 are probably 90+%.
At this point we are trying to rule out any underlying condition which may also contribute to your symptoms . Hormone imbalance, infections and anemic states may present with dizziness and blurred vision. Let us wait for the results of your scans. Management of your condition shall start from there. At this point, I know this is difficult for you. Let us just take this one step at a time. Discuss your fears and concerns with your physician and do keep us posted with your results.
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