Holy Hormones Journal: PCOS – is becoming a major problem with girls as soon as they start menstruating. Irregular menstrual cycles are common not only in this age group – but for women in their reproductive years. We have to realize that estrogen dominance in the form of xenoestrogens and synthetic hormones is being passed Continue Reading …
Holy Hormones Journal: Dr. Mokhtar has written a brilliant piece about the hormone imbalance epidemic now afflicting every country in the world. We have named and labeled and ‘treated’ all of these diseases — polycystic ovarian syndrome, diabetes and thyroid conditions – but in the end it all boils down to unbalanced hormones. And yes, Continue Reading …
Holy Hormones Honey! PCOS and migraines are often caused by estrogen dominance. Of course women who suffer from one would suffer from another. And no wonder when one clears up the other does as well. How many ways can you say hormone imbalance? Natural progesterone supplementation is often crucial for estrogen dominance.
Sex Hormone-Binding Globulin, Oligomenorrhea, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, and Childhood Insulin at Age 14 Years Predict Metabolic Syndrome and Class III Obesity at Age 24 Years
The Journal of Pediatrics
Received 8 October 2010; received in revised form 15 December 2010; accepted 10 January 2011. published online 02 March 2011.
We hypothesized that oligomenorrhea (menstrual cyclicity ≥42 days), hyperandrogenism, low levels of sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG), childhood insulin, and metabolic syndrome (MetS) at age 14 years would predict MetS and class III obesity (body mass index ≥40 kg/m2) at age 24 years.
By Sanaz Majid, The Ottawa Citizen March 3, 2011
Hair on men is a sign of their virility; hair on women, not so much. Many of my patients often look a tad embarrassed when asking me about finding hair in places they don’t think it belongs.
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Linda L Kinyon (AKA:Countrymom),
Jan 10, 2011
Progesterone, a natural human hormone made by the ovaries, has multiple roles in balancing the effects of estrogen upon the human body. Additionally, progesterone ensures the survival of the embryo and fetus in the uterus, maintains insulin in the body, supports sex drive, prevents breast tissue overgrowth and protects against cystic diseases to mention just a few of its many functions.