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List of estrogen dominance symptoms

Do you suffer from severe premenopausal, perimenopausal, or menopausal symptoms?

Do you feel like you are riding a hormone roller coaster that is out of your control?

You’re not alone.

Now more than ever, women experience extreme hormonal imbalance during their premenopausal, perimenopausal, and menopausal years.

Why is that?

Due to a little known condition called “estrogen dominance”.

If you don’t know what estrogen dominance is and why it has such a disastrous effect on your hormones, you are not alone. Even some medical professionals are unaware of the condition and how to treat their patients suffering from severe perimenopausal symptoms.

Coined by the late and great Dr. John R. Lee, author of What your doctor can No Tell you about menopauseand What your doctor can No Inform you about premenopause “estrogen dominance “refers to the balance of estrogen versus progesterone in the body.

And while many women think their estrogen levels are dropping as they approach menopause, the opposite is often the case. Many suffer from an abundance of estrogens. However, they may experience a drop in estrogen levels, but their progesterone levels are even lower.

And that imbalance between their estrogen and progesterone levels makes them feel very, very sick.

Complete list of estrogen dominance symptoms

Let me tell you that the list of symptoms due to this condition is quite extensive. The full list of estrogen dominance symptoms includes:

o Headaches

o Accelerated aging

o Allergy symptoms (hives, asthma, skin rashes, sinus congestion)

o Autoimmune disorders

o Breast cancer

o Tender breasts / sore breasts / breast cysts / swollen breasts

or cervical dysplasia

o Thyroid dysfunction (simulating hypothyroidism)

o Excess copper

o Low libido

o Depression / Anxiety / Agitation

or dry eyes

o Irregular periods

o Endometrial (uterine) cancer

o Weight gain (particularly around the hips, abdomen, and thighs)

o Fatigue

o Fibrocystic breasts

or Brain Fog

o Gallbladder disease

o Hair loss

or hypoglycemia

o Increased blood clotting

o Infertility

o Early onset of menstruation

o Irritability

or insomnia

o Magnesium deficiency

o Memory loss

or mood swings

o Osteoporosis

or PMS

o Polycystic ovaries

o Premenopausal bone loss

o Prostate cancer

or slow metabolism

o Uterine fibroids

o Uterine cancer

o Water retention / swelling: the face is flushed

o Zinc deficiency

or dizziness

o Heavy or irregular bleeding / Irregular menstrual cycles

o Cramps

o Acne

or common bread

Do you suffer from any of these ailments on this list of estrogen dominance symptoms? If so, never fear. Estrogen dominance can be treated and sometimes reversible only with natural remedies.

But it requires a bit of effort on your part. A good diet, exercise, stress management, and the elimination of toxins that contribute to the condition are necessary if you want to balance your hormones effectively.

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