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Estrogen and Fertility - The Good, the Bad and the Necessity by Hethir R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 29 Dec 2009 10:17pm Estrogen is one of the most important female reproductive hormones which is produced by the developing follicles in a woman’s ovaries, as well as the corpus luteum and the placenta. Although estrogen is present in both women and men, there is usually a higher level of estrogen in women who are of reproductive age. Estrogen helps to c ... Read on »
Estrogen Infertility by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 28 May 2012 1:36pm Estrogen Infertility Article by Tom Thornton Estrogen Infertility – Family – Pregnancy Search by Author, Title or Content Article ContentAuthor NameArticle Title Home Submit Articles Author Guidelines Publisher Guidelines Content Feeds RSS Feeds FAQ Contact Us Wh ... Read on »
The Symptoms Menopause Changes Estrogen And Progesterone Levels by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 17 Mar 2010 5:10pm The symptoms of menopause are caused by changes in estrogen and progesterone levels. When estrogen drops suddenly, as is seen when the ovaries are removed surgically (called surgical menopause), symptoms can be more severe. Perimenopause begins several years before menopause, when the ovaries gradually produce less estrogen. Currently, ... Read on »
Why the Menstrual Cycle may affect ADHD Medication Dosing Levels by Nicolas I. Patient Expert Posted Sun 17 May 2009 11:29pm Do hormonal fluctuations result in variable ADHD medication dosage levels across the menstrual cycle? We have investigated the impact of gender on ADHD in a number of earlier posts. We have covered topics such as Gender Dependent ADHD Genes , including MAOA, SLC6A2, SLC6A4 and COMT Clearly, there are a number of boy/girl ... Read on »
New Study Says Menopause Weight Gain is Due to Low Estrogen? by Magnolia Miller Posted Wed 08 May 2013 12:00am You may have heard of a new study co-authored and released recently by the Mayo Clinic , which says that women in their post-menopause years have trouble losing weight due to “low estrogen” which causes our body to “hang onto fat” in order to “hang onto estrogen.” The study specifically says that: “Scientists have long known that lowe ... Read on »
Mayo Clinic Study on Low Estrogen Causing Weight Gain Unclear? by Magnolia Miller Posted Fri 17 May 2013 12:00am That’s certainly my opinion.  The Internet is abuzz with news about a recently released study co-authored by a physician at The Mayo Clinic, which says that low estrogen is the cause of weight gain in menopausal women. The actual study is entitled, “Adipocyte Fatty Acid Storage Factors Enhance Subcutaneous Fat Storage in Postmenopausal Wo ... Read on »
Estrogen & Magnesium interrelated?? by Treya Posted Fri 21 Aug 2009 12:39pm Hey there People Since having my treatments a few weeks ago I have definitely noticed less of a bombardment of symptoms. I certainly don't feel cured, but I'm not suffering as much. Where I've noticed a difference: is with my muscle fatigue and my pain around my shoulders/neck/head area (which was a mixture of pain and extreme feeling of upt ... Read on »
Low Testosterone a Problem in Cancer by Medline Plus Posted Mon 25 Oct 2010 1:15pm Monday, October 25, 2010    By Frederik Joelving NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Aging men with cancer may be more plagued by low levels of testosterone than their tumor-free peers, U.S. researchers said Monday. Dwindling levels of t ... Read on »
BioIdentical Hormones Relieve Anxiety by Jeffrey Dach MD by Jeffrey Dach MD Medical Doctor Posted Fri 19 Feb 2010 1:58pm BioIdentical Hormones For Anxiety and Depression  by Jeffrey Dach MD 56 year old Susan suffered from anxiety and panic attacks, and had been prescribed  Valium, Effexor and Wellbutrin by her primary care doctor.  The drugs had adverse side effects and didn't seem to be ... Read on »
7 Reasons You Want Body Fat by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 27 Jul 2009 11:42pm When I counsel people in health or wellness, I’m always the first to encourage them to lose body fat and gain muscle.  The benefits are enormous.  Having lean body mass (muscles) helps our metabolisms stay in high gear, keeps our bones strong, prevents injuries, and wards off disease, including osteoporosis, diabetes, arthritis, back pain and hi ... Read on »