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Hormonal Imbalance After Abortion
Sorry, can't make : That diagnostic assessment on -line. See your gynecologist to help make the distinction. Reasons for missed/late periods: low body weight, obesity, marked weight ^ or v, over-exercise, endurance athletics, breast-feeding, ^ stress, illness, eating disorders (bulimia or anorexia), anovulatory cycle (no egg released), travel, hormone irregularities, drug use, meds , medical problems or pregnancy. ...Read more
Well yes, but...: If the ovaries are removed, then you'll no longer be producing much female sex hormone at all, and you'd then essentially enter menopause unless hormones are replaced in pill form. Daily hormone replacement pills keep levels very stable which would generally end the sorts of symptoms you get from abnormal hormone fluctuation in PCOS. Though it's far too aggressive of a treatment just for PCOS. ...Read more
Can pcos or hormonal imbalance cause bleeding after clitoral masturbation or stimulation, no penetration in virgin?
Possibly: Potential side effects with emergency contraception can include: tender breasts; changes in menstrual flow (spotting, bleeding, early or late period); loose stools; dizziness; headache; nausea/ vomiting; abdominal discomfort or feeling tired. If you develop chest tightness, difficulty breathing, swelling of lips, mouth, throat – call 911. Notify your doctor if you miss your period. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
At least in a way: Yes, but it's like the horse and the cart: more likely an endocrine problem that makes you miss a period. ...Read more
24year primary amenorrhea nomral hormonal profile undersized uterus1.5and1cm ovaries size have menses when took ocp never befor46xx can iget pregnant?
No: Fibroids do not produce hormones. Fibroids due react to hormones, which can then cause problems. ...Read more
I started having PMS,tender breasts which I never had before abortion. Is this because of hormonal Imbalance? any solution for this. I exercise regularly for 1 and half hour ,drink lots of water and eat homemade food.
PMS after Abortion: I commend you for taking good care of your Health. It is likely that PMS, tender breasts are due to hormonal changes. Decision for abortion, and going through the process until termination causes emotional turmoil. Lack of understanding and support from partner and family intensifies emotions, and can cause physical symptoms. See a Therapist for unresolved feelings. Follow with Gynecologist. ...Read more
Acne: Nobody is completely sure what causes acne. Experts believe the primary cause is a rise in androgen levels - androgen is a type of hormone. Androgen levels rise when a human becomes an adolescent. Rising androgen levels make the oil glands under your skin grow; the enlarged gland produces more oil. Excessive sebum can break down cellular walls in your pores, causing bacteria to grow. ...Read more
What can I do to help my PSCO? I have acne, gain weight so easily, and struggle with hormonal imbalance. Is there medication I can try?
Maybe you mean: PCOS:polycystic ovary syndrome. The exact cause is unknown but your symptoms along with irregular periods and infertility are common. There seems to be problems with excess insulin and/or insulin resistance, excess androgen, weight gain. Along with lifestyle, treatments include combination birth control pills for hormone regulation, metformin to address insulin issues, etc. See GYN/Endocrinologist ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Acne is not caused: By hormonal imbalance, but is a hormonally-related concern. There are no herbs that can treat acne. See a dermatologist for accurate diagnosis, care, and recommendations. The genetics of skin structure and type, in conjunction with hormone changes (usually at puberty, but also with pregnancy) are the "causes" of acne. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Birth control pills: If the acne is caused by hormone imbalance, the first thing to do is make sure there are no hormonal issues such as thyroid problems that need to be corrected first. Usually, the first line is use birth control pills and add other drugs to block testosterone if the problem is not improved. ...Read more
Serious Rx: I see you are a female in your 20's. If a treatable cause of your hormonal imbalance cannot be identified or treated, then manage as any other acne. The oral contraceptive pill, if right for you, may clear you. Topical benzoyl peroxide as tolerated is your best friend, and your physician may add an antibiotic, topical spironolacton, topical retinoic acid or any of several others. ...Read more
As for other acne: Excess androgens in a woman, and extra cortisol in a man, can both produce acne. While you're being worked up and treated, topical benzoyl peroxide 5% 2x/day is often plenty. For hyperandrogen in women, eating sensibly, weight reduction and especially aerobic fitness are often very helpful. ...Read more
I read a blog saying that Chin acne was the cause of hormonal imbalance If so how would I go about being tested for An imbalance ?
The other way around: Chin acne does not cause a hormonal imbalance, but a hormonal imbalance may cause chin acne or other locations of acne. One's primary care doctor can evaluate to see if blood tests are needed, to check levels of certain hormones such as cortisol, DHEA, testosterone, LH, FSH, etc... The patient should be ready to give a detailed menstrual history and describe her cycles and any symptoms. ...Read more
My chest and face break out due to oil, hormonal imbalance, and high stress. What acne product do you recommend?
Prescription Rx: It's not stress. If you're a man, it's not a hormonal imbalance. If you're a woman, consider going on the oral contraceptive pill. Acne on the trunk will require a combination of topical (benzoyl peroxide and/or retinoic acid) and prescription systemic Rx. It's not your lifestyle; the cause is obscure. Do what you need to. Best wishes. ...Read more
What do you suggest if my chest and face break out due to oil, hormonal imbalance, and high stress. what acne product is best for me?
Scientific Rx: Listen, Jake. Don't try to figure out why you have trunk acne. It's not a "hormonal imbalance", stress, hygiene, or anything lifestyle-related. It's you. It will eventually remit. Until then, you must manage it with a physician's help. Acne on the trunk will require a topical such as benzoyl peroxide plus usually a systemic antibiotic for a while. If you're offered isotretinoin, go for it. Cheers. ...Read more
I have acne, mostly on my chin. I also have wiry, black hairs on my chin and breasts. Is this a concern for hormonal imbalance? How can it be treated?
Unlikely, possible.: Acne, and coarse dark facial and body hair can possibly be associated with certain hormonal conditions. Among them would be polycystic ovary syndrome, and other rarer hormonal disorders. These conditions can usually be identified by appropriate blood tests. Whether or not a specific reason can be found for the acne or hair, both of these conditions can be easily treated by a physician. ...Read more
2 months ago i got sudden acne on my chin and jawline.New pimple everyday only in that area.Period 15 days late. Could I have hormonal imbalance?
I'll bet you do: It's time to make a visit to your personal physician. While you're waiting, consider spending some serious time doing aerobic fitness -- this can sometimes by itself help a young woman's complex hormonal symphony get back into tune. ...Read more
Is hormonal imbalance possible with partial hysterectomy having only both overies that can cause severe blackheah/, acne issues, oily hair and skin a?
Not usually: Unless the remaining ovaries are pathologically producing excess androgens(male hormone) from an enclosed tumor, then no. The ovaries will continue to function post op the same as pre-op unless their vascular connection is compromised during surgery. If there is a hormonal imbalance, the source could be with other endocrine organs such as the adrenal gland. ...Read more
Mood swings and acne both before and after period, could this be caused by hormonal imbalance in teens?
Can creatine (or whey protein) use during an intense weight training regimen cause a hormonal imbalance? If so, can this lead to acne breakout?
I'm a 19-year-old female. No family history of acne, no hormonal imbalance (my pimples dont flare up before or during puberty), can i grow out of acne?
Often, acne largely: resolves for some people - but not for all. Evaluation by a dermatologist may provide more insights. Take care. ...Read more
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