Hormone imbalance varicose veins

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There are various other reasons for this like ovum not being formed, polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, local infection, blocked tubes etc. In males it can be infection, STD, varicose veins, hydroceles, poor sperm count, not enough motile sperms etc. Take care!
There are various reasons for this like ovum not being formed (ruled out in your case), polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, local infection, blocked tubes etc. In males it can be infection, STD, varicose veins, hydroceles, poor sperm count, not enough motile sperms etc. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net and without running some basic tests please discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist once. Take care!
There are various reasons for this like ovum not being formed, polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, local infection, blocked tubes etc. In males it can be infection, STD, varicose veins, hydroceles, poor sperm count, not enough motile sperms etc. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net and without running some basic tests please discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist once. Take care!
There are various reasons for not conceiving like ovum not being formed (and clomid can only help with this), polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, local infection, blocked tubes etc. In males it can be infection, STD, varicose veins, hydroceles, poor sperm count, not enough motile sperms etc. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net and without running some basic tests please discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist once. Take care!
Various other reasons for not conceiving this like ovum not being formed, polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, local infection, blocked tubes etc will have to be ruled out. In males it can be infection, STD, varicose veins, hydroceles, poor sperm count, not enough motile sperms etc. Do try to consult an expert in this field. Usually infertility centers have medicine and endocrine specialist too to help cater to these medical needs. Take care!
So calculating the fertile time becomes difficult. Some irregular periods are due to hormone imbalance. So this causes difficulty in the fertilized ovum to implant in the uterus. Hence it is important to find the cause of irregular periods and treat them if you want to conceive. If you and your partner have been trying for kids for 3 years, then you should consult an infertility specialist.
There are various reasons for this like ovum not being formed, polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, local infection, blocked tubes etc. In males it can be infection, STD, varicose veins, hydroceles, poor sperm count, not enough motile sperms etc. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net and without running some basic tests please discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist once.
There are various reasons for this like ovum not being formed, polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, local infection, blocked tubes etc. In males it can be infection, STD, varicose veins, hydroceles, poor sperm count, not enough motile sperms etc. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net and without running some basic tests please discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist. Take care!
There are various reasons for this like ovum not being formed, polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, local infection, blocked tubes etc. In males it can be infection, STD, varicose veins, hydroceles, poor sperm count, not enough motile sperms etc. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net and without running some basic tests please discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist once.
There are various reasons for this like ovum not being formed, polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, local infection, blocked tubes etc. In males it can be infection, STD, varicose veins, hydroceles, poor sperm count, not enough motile sperms etc. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net and without running some basic tests please discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist once. Take care!
There are various reasons for this like ovum not being formed, polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, local infection, blocked tubes etc. In males it can be infection, STD, varicose veins, hydroceles, poor sperm count, not enough motile sperms etc. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net and without running some basic tests please discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist once. Take care!
There are various reasons for this like ovum not being formed, polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, local infection, blocked tubes etc. In males it can be infection, STD, varicose veins, hydroceles, poor sperm count, not enough motile sperms etc. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net and without running some basic tests please discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist once.
There are various reasons for this like ovum not being formed, polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, local infection, blocked tubes etc. In males it can be infection, STD, varicose veins, hydroceles, poor sperm count, not enough motile sperms etc. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net and without running some basic tests please discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist once. Take care!
Actually you have got correct advice. There are various reasons for this like ovum not being formed, polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, local infection, blocked tubes etc. In males it can be infection, STD, varicose veins, hydroceles, poor sperm count, not enough motile sperms etc. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net and without running some basic tests please discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist once.
The various causes that would need to be looked into would include ovum not being formed, polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, local infection, blocked tubes etc. In males it can be infection, STD, varicose veins, hydroceles, poor sperm count, not enough motile sperms etc. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net and without running some basic tests please discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist once. Take care!
If you and your partner have been trying for kids for one and half years and you have not had kids earlier, then you should consult an infertility specialist. There are various reasons for this like ovum not being formed, polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, local infection, blocked tubes etc. In males it can be infection, STD, varicose veins, hydroceles, poor sperm count, not enough motile sperms etc.
There are various reasons for this like ovum not being formed, polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, local infection, blocked tubes etc. In males it can be infection, STD, varicose veins, hydroceles, poor sperm count, not enough motile sperms etc. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net and without running some basic tests please discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist once.
She had a presentation consistent with spleen qi vacuity. She was tired most of the time, was beginning to get varicose veins, bruised easily, and had low blood pressure. Her menstrual flow started out light pink in color and was rather watery in consistency. The flow became very heavy and lasted about seven days. We began weekly treatments of acupuncture and she took herbal formulas to supplement her spleen qi religiously.
Well your problem need not be due to vascular origin. The leg veins though could be varicose veins. I would suggest you test for thyroid functions and diabetes. Apart from that you could also be having seborraghic dermatitis or dandruff, which causes flakes that appear as peeling of skin and hair loss. Please consult a skin specialist for this. If your blood pressure record was normal, then probably you do not have a low BP. In such a case this is just a feeling. Check for anemia.
my fathers wife is 52,severely obese,drinks pepsi and smokes Newport ciggarettes,and eats JUNK food all day. She hasnt bathed (she wont shower) in 27 DAYS!! she changes her cloths about once a week she has severe varicose veins and all these little hard looking "dry looking moles " all over, she stopped driving 2 years ago she never leaves the house,does not go anywhere.
She had a presentation consistent with spleen qi vacuity. She was tired most of the time, was beginning to get varicose veins, bruised easily, and had low blood pressure. Her menstrual flow started out light pink in color and was rather watery in consistency. The flow became very heavy and lasted about seven days. We began weekly treatments of acupuncture and she took herbal formulas to supplement her spleen qi religiously.
Uterine fibroids or polyps Injury or disease of the vaginal opening (caused by intercourse, infection, polyp, genital warts , ulcer, or varicose veins) Vaginal injury from insertion of foreign objects, from malignancy , or from infection Dry vaginal walls resulting from lack of estrogen after menopause Pregnancy complicated by abortion (spontaneous or induced) Pregnancy complicated by ectopic pregnancy Fluctuation in hormone levels Stopping and starting birth control pills or estrogens
Add to that that you are showing symptoms of female hormone imbalance...another red flag (the pituitary is the master endocrine gland that controls thyroid, female, adrenal, etc. hormones). You suffered a head injury and a seizure...the third red flag. The pituitary can suffer damage with head trauma. Forgive me, there may be other issues, but this is what I remember.
My first liver doc told me the more I knew the better off I'd be so I spend a lot of time doing independent research trying to figure these things out. Also weakening of the veins and capillaries in the extremities is pretty common with aging regardless of health.So for those of you that are older. Yup for you it may just be a part of the aging process.Never hurts to stick your hand in the docs face and go oi! For me avoiding planes and eating better seems to have worked mostly.
While taking Depro, my symptoms included excessive weight gain, major circulation issues (my arms would fall asleep repeatedly-very painful), chest pain, dry skin, strange rashes, low sex drive (high libido prior to receiving the shot) body aches, headaches, emotional swings, irregular bleeding, varicose veins, headaches, weakness, dizzy spells, nausea, blurry vision, and visually noticed loss of muscle tone. I gained 25 lbs. in a period of approx.
Hello everyone, I have been making detailed notes, documenting and recording mine and others symptoms for about 2 months now and reading these forums, comparing everything. Here is what I have: Can anyone relate to all or most of these points? 1. Great variations in size, texture, feeling: - 25-50% of the time is loose, normal size - Sometimes light-weight sorta like it has an internal sponge cake texture or filling. Has a basic structure and shape, almost 'normal.
I am 50+, male, british driver. Have problems with varicose veins in lower right leg (for which i take horse chestnut and butchers broom) also lower back problems - just recently started up again coinciding a bit with these warm feeling episodes. Not overweight or sedentary, fairly regular cyclist. Will return to osteopath and make a GP appointment to try and learn more. Very interesting to read of so many people with similar symptoms.
When flacid, my penis is smaller now. The skin feels different--less sensitive. I see veins where I couldn't see any before. When I walk around, it feels like I don't even have a penis anymore. It feels like nothing is there. As a result of this I have lost my girlfriend, my confidence in life, and I think I am losing my mind. Oral drugs don't help. I've been to urologists at an ivy leage teaching hospital. He basically said 'that's life' and showed me penis pumps.
The zoning out and mood chages may fit with some sort of hormone imbalance but I'm no expert on that area.
A lot of the other post have similiar things going on. I am healing from adrenal fatigue (hormone imbalance) and with that came severe cramps in that same leg. As part of Adrenal hormone imbalance, I have been taking alot of extra vitaimins and minerals. Adrenals are closely connected with nervous system. Cramps were from sciatic nerve, I think, orginally, but the cramps were so severe and lasted for about 6 weeks. I thought it was all better.
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