Women suffering from extreme PMS or, clinically known as PMDD (premenstrual dysmorphic disorder), will find comfort in knowing that there are solutions to all the discomfort. I chatted with Dr. Manny of FoxNews.com Q&A to discuss the natural alternatives to this challenging and uncomfortable condition. View the solutions to PMDD by clicking
Progesterone is a steroid hormone that has many biological functions. It is one of the major sex hormones in women and is usually the first sex hormone to decline as a woman enters menopause. It’s also found in men, but at lower levels than in women. When I was in medical school,
Progesterone is a critical ovarian produced steroid hormone that plays specific roles throughout a woman’s life. For women who are premenopausal, progesterone production begins around mid-cycle, rises to a peak @ day 21 of the typical cycle, and then plummets in the absence of pregnancy, triggering a period @ 2-5 days later.
I have a confession, I have a favorite hormone – it is progesterone. I know more about progesterone than most people and honestly, I love to talk about it. Of course, why wouldn’t I? Progesterone has allowed me to not only treat symptoms of aging, but it has made a significant impact
Hormones work to together in harmony to help regulate how our bodies function. In women, this is most evident with progesterone and estrogen. These two hormones work in tandem to orchestrate a woman’s monthly menstrual cycle to prepare her body for pregnancy. Balance between these two hormones is vital for numerous other
In women who are entering menopause, estrogen levels are either too high or too low. Estrogen influences the production of serotonin - a neurotransmitter that regulates mood. Irritable Men Syndrome or Irritable Male Syndrome (IMS) is the term used to describe the mood swings in men. Although Irritable Male Syndrome is most often caused by high stress and/or low testosterone; high estrogen levels can also cause irritability in men.
Dr. Roger Spahr of BodyLogicMD of Indianapolis discusses the connection between hormones and PMS. The rise and fall of estrogen and progesterone hormone levels cause PMS symptoms.
With a combination of bioidentical hormone therapy and a fitness and nutrition program, many of our patients have been able to normalize their cycle and subsequently experience relief from the symptoms caused by the PMS hormones.
How young is too young for natural bioidentical hormone replacement therapy? Can bioidentical hormones relieve PMS or PMDD?
Menopause isn’t the only hormonal change that causes undesirable symptoms of hormonal imbalance in women. Each month, many women experience symptoms of hormonal imbalance that are commonly referred to as PMS or pre-menstrual symptoms. The causes of PMS are linked to the changing hormones that occur in the body during the menstrual