Hormonal Profile For Women and Men
Having Infertility or Miscarriages? It could be Hormonal Imbalance.
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Hormones are your body’s chemical messengers. Produced in the endocrine glands, these powerful chemicals travel around your bloodstream telling tissues and organs what to do. They help control many of your body’s major processes, including metabolism and reproduction.
When you have a hormonal imbalance, you have too much or too little of a certain hormone. Even tiny changes can have serious effects throughout your whole body
Multiple miscarriages or Infertility?
Have you had multiple miscarriages or infertility issues? Hormonal Imbalance could be the cause. Women with thyroid and adrenal gland problems and women with diabetes are usually at a higher risk for miscarriage due to hormonal imbalances.
Miscarriages can occur in 20% of pregnancies and the shock is that once is starts happening, there are high tendencies it may become recurrent. Can miscarriages be curbed? Yes! If you don’t sit down and do nothing about it.
Can Hormonal Imbalance Occur during pregnancy?
Yes! Being aware of the effect of hormonal imbalance on your pregnancy is an important first step to avoid complications.
It’s a miracle that women can even get pregnant considering the delicate harmony the body requires. One hormone out of balance can disrupt and prevent a pregnancy.
Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance in women:
1. Heavy or irregular periods, including missed periods, stopped period, or frequent period
2. Thinning hair or hair loss
3. Weight gain or trouble losing weight
4. Vaginal dryness
5. Pain during sex
6. Night sweats
Hormonal Imbalance on the Health of Men
Causes of Male Hormonal Imbalance:
Male hormone imbalance can be brought on by stress,
1. Acute injury or illness
2. Poor nutrition
3. Inadequate exercise and so many other factors
Most common Symptoms are
2. Decreased sex drive
3. Muscle weakness
4. Frequent urination
5. Increased thirst
6. Muscle aches
8. Swelling in your joints
9. Increased hunger and so many others
The only way to know is by getting your hormones checked through a blood test.
Talk to your doctor or a fertility specialist who can begin to look into the possible causes.