Are they the same?
Has anyone else experienced this? Could I actually be perimenopausal?
I did not have this problem before! My doctor decided to start me on Zometa every 3 months. I know that these things matter a lot but, if there is a hormonal problem it must also be addressed. The goal is no bleeding at all. Like you, I was taking Ibuprofen which would help with the pain but as you said you end up other problems.
I personally prefer a higher dose of 10 mg. In three days you cannot experience real side effects other than allergic reactions. No, there is not.
Sure hope someone can help. Estrogen only is a perfect therapy for climacteric complaints after hysterectomy.
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I believe estradiol, no matter what form I use, is the culprit. No, it can not. There isn't anything genetic involved. Do other tests exist to determine them?
What is your opinion? I appreciate all you can tell me. Norethindrone is a progestagen with some androgenic potency. My age is 54 and I still have a monthly period. Yes, it is possible to thin the blood too much, but generally it is difficult to thin the blood excessively to the point of medical harm by supplements alone - for instance without aspirin or coumadin - but it can happen in rare cases. All information is observation-only, and has not been supported by scientific studies or clinical trials unless otherwise stated.
Tim Johnston, ABC TV claim that the medical community has discovered that Estrogen should not be used to aid post menopausal women in prevention of heart attack and osteoporosis.
This is the same situation as in women after a sterilization procedure. But the general opinion is that soy does not influence the endometrial lining. Say I'm in the kitchen and I'll feel it coming on so I have time to brace myself. I have developed a rash with pruritus on my thighs and several areas of my back as well as on my sides.