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Weight Gain Or Loss Sterility
Don't take it!: Who knows what's in what you're buying - probably not dhea. If it is dhea, it's metabolized to estrogen, testosterone or cortisone - and you don't get to pick which one your body converts it into. Why take something that you don't know why you're taking it, what it's supposed to do, or what harm it could cause. Don't waste you $. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more
No change: Short term there could be mild weight loss from missing a few meals, but there should not be a long term change in weight from this. ...Read more
It may: Excessive production of prolactin causes infertility, loss of libido and other sexual dysfunctions. A large tumor will affect vision, cause headaches and deficiency of other pitutiary hormones that may cause the symptoms you listed. See this site for more info: http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0001377/. ...Read more
By itself no: A prolactinoma is the most common tumor of the pituitary gland. It secretes the hormone prolactin which by itself does not cause weight gain or water retention. However the tumor may be mixed which means that there are also cells that secrets corticotropin, another pituitary hormone that stimulates the adrenal glands to secrete steroids which can cause water retention and weight gain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can probiotic supplements (20 billion/day) intake for 3-4 months cause any metabolic changes which either causes weight gain or loss?
My period has been skipping a month over a 4 month period (2 missed) I have no excessive weight gain or loss, nor to much exercise, Pregnancy is ruled out also. My periods were always normal so I'm stressing out, what's wrong?
Lose muscle/gain fat: First, some weight variation is normal, particularly for women with working ovaries. Varying weights within a 10 pound range is not alarming. More than this, however, and it is likely that a person is losing mainly muscle and gaining mostly fat. With each cycle, the metabolism slows a little bit more making it likely the person doesn't get as low as before, and goes up a little higher each time. ...Read more
YES: Weight gain would definitely increase your wrist size as weight loss would reduce it. It depends on how much fatty tissue or muscle is around your wrist. If you are only noticing increase in size in one wrist then this may mean something else such as inflammation, lymph duct blockage, carpal tunnel syndrome. Please see your GP if you are concerned ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I bye spirulina to weight gain but is for loss can help me to gain or no please iam 21 yrs 1.67 high 44 kg I want to be fatt can be with spirulinA?
I'm sorry but: I haven't got a clue what this question means. Consider clarifying the question and re-asking. Take care. ...Read more
Weight: The short answer is the quality of food that you eat. Focus on low glycemic (<40) index foods, drink plenty of water, eat 5 times a day, every 3 hours. A consistent exercise program is very helpful also. Lastly, get your hormone levels (thyroid, testosterone) checked to see if these need to be corrected. ...Read more
May gain, no loss: Caffeine may slightly boost weight loss or prevent weight gain but there is no evidence to support that increase caffeine consumption will cause significant or sustained weight loss. Some speciality coffes are high in calories and depending on how much sugar you put in coffee and how many cups you drink can make you weight gain. So drinking coffee in moderation will not effect your weight either way. ...Read more
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