Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance

 

1.         Hot flashes, flushes, night sweats and/or cold flashes, clammy feeling
2.         Bouts of rapid heart beat
3.         Irritability
4.         Mood swings, sudden tears
5.         Trouble sleeping through the night (with or without night sweats)
6.         Irregular periods; shorter, lighter periods; heavier periods, flooding; phantom periods, shorter cycles, longer cycles
7.         Loss of libido (see note)
8.         Dry vagina, a general drying out that can include eyes, mouth, joints and skin. (see note)
9.         Crashing fatigue
10.       Anxiety, feeling ill at ease
11.       Feelings of dread, apprehension, doom (see note)
12.       Difficulty concentrating, disorientation, mental confusion
13.       Disturbing memory lapses
14.       Incontinence, especially upon sneezing, laughing, urges incontinence (see note)
15.       Itchy, crawly skin (see note)
16.       Aching, sore joints, muscles and tendons (see note)
17.       Increased tension in muscles
18.       Breast tenderness
19.       Headache change: increase or decrease
20.       Gastrointestinal distress, indigestion, flatulence, gas pain, nausea
21.       Sudden bouts of bloat
22.       Depression (see note)
23.       Exacerbation of existing conditions
24.       Increase in allergies
25.       Weight gain (see note)
26.       Hair loss or thinning, head, pubic, or whole body; increase in facial hair
27.       Dizziness, light-headedness, episodes of loss of balance
28.       Changes in body odor
29.       Electric shock sensation under the skin and in the head (see note)
30.       Tingling in the extremities, (see note)
31.       Gum problems, increased bleeding
32.       Burning tongue, burning roof of mouth, bad taste in mouth, dry mouth, change in breath         odor
33.       Osteoporosis (after several years)
34.       Changes in fingernails: softer, crack or break easier
35.       Tinnitus: ringing in ears, bells, ‘whooshing’ buzzing etc.

36.       Arthritis

37.       Autoimmune disorders such as lupus, erthematosis and thyroiditis and possible Sjogren’s     disease

38.       Breast Cancer

39.       Breast cysts

40.       Gallbladder disease

41.       High blood pressure

42.       Hypoglycemia

43.       Increased blood clotting (increasing risk of strokes)

44.       Infertility

45.       Magnesium deficiency (sugar cravings)

46.       Osteoporosis

47.       Polycystic ovaries

48.       Skin: Rosacea, rashes, and dermatitis

49.       Uterine cancer

50.       Yeast infection

Symptom 7 (loss of libido) For some women the loss is so great that they actually find sex repulsive, in much the same way as they felt before puberty. What hormones give, loss of hormones can take away.

 

Symptom 8 (dry vagina) results in painful intercourse.

 

Symptom 11 (doom thoughts) includes thoughts of death, picturing one’s own death.

 

Symptom 14 (incontinence) reflects a general loss of smooth muscle tone.

 

Symptom 15 (itchy, crawly skin) feeling of ants crawling under the skin, not just dry itchy skin.

 

Symptom 16 (aching sore joints) may include such problems as carpal tunnel syndrome.

 

Symptom 22 (depression) different from other depression, the inability to cope is overwhelming. There is a feeling of loss of self. Hormone therapy ameliorates the depression dramatically.

 

Symptom 25 (weight gain) often around the waist and thighs, resulting in “the disappearing

waistline”.

 

Symptom 29 (shock sensation) “the feeling of a rubber band snapping in the layer of tissue between skin and muscle.  It is a precursor to a hot flash”.

 

Symptom 30 (tingling in extremities) can also be a symptom of B-12 deficiency, diabetes, alterations in the flexibility of blood vessels, or a depletion of potassium or calcium.

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