10 Days of Testosterone!

Written by BIH of Decatur on . Posted in functional medicine, Men, Menopausal Research, obesity, overweight, Uncategorized, Women

Day 7

Irregular Periods

The sudden drop in the testosterone hormone can also cause changes in menstruation. In most cases, these changes manifest through irregularity of the menstrual cycle and lighter-than-normal periods. In older women, and in women with severely depleted levels of testosterone, it is possible to miss periods altogether. While women naturally experience decreases in their testosterone levels over time, beginning in their late teens or early 20s, menstrual irregularities are a sign that the problem has progressed to the point where treatment is necessary.

Women with low levels of testosterone may also experience other symptoms of menopause and pre-menopause. Specifically, hot flashes and mood changes such as irritability may occur. If you’re experiencing signs of early menopause and you aren’t yet in the usual age range for your fertility to be in such decline, hormone deficiencies may be the root cause of your health issues. In most cases, these problems are reversible.

At Complete Hormone Solutions, we treat many symptoms with all natural bio-identical hormone replacement therapy.  We would love the opportunity to help you start living again with BHRT! Call today to schedule your appointment! 256-350-9880 or take our ONLINE TEST for your FREE CONSULTATION!

 

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