Symptoms of hyperestrogenism

After forty years of one of the symptoms of lack of progesterone is the difficulty in conceiving a child. Progesterone is important for preparing the uterus for the attachment of the ovum, which can not be vaccinated with the hyperestrogenism. In the body women begin to dominate estrogens, the production of which stimulates the pituitary gland resulting in symptoms of hyperestrogenism can occur throughout the menstrual cycle.

Most clearly manifested hyperestrogenism in a woman's body during ovulation and before menstruation.

Another symptom of lack of progesterone and elevated levels of estrogen is premenstrual tension, attending a woman for a couple of days to one month. It is manifested by nervousness, constant irritation, and headache, and lumbar pains. In the tissues begin to linger of salt and water, which leads to small swelling, strongly highlighted in some hormones, quickens the heartbeat and increased blood pressure. In this condition women often are unable to control themselves – doctors call this a sign of hyperestrogenism menstrual psychosis.

How to avoid hyperestrogenism

Hyperestrogenism often manifests itself in menopausal period, causing General malaise, anemia, edema, spasmodic pain and even asthma attacks. To avoid this, it is necessary to regulate the level of estrogen in the body using herbal medicines and hormonal drugs administered only in severe hyperestrogenism.

To remove the effects of this unpleasant condition will help-the-counter decongestants, muscle relaxants, vitamins and trace elements

In order not to aggravate the problem of hyperestrogenism, you should fully protect yourself from stress, which destroys the nerve endings, filling their places with female hormones. It is also desirable to reduce the consumption of meat and beer, which contain a considerable amount of estrogen. If a woman frequently takes antibiotic, E. coli in the body completely destroyed, with the result that estrogens continue to accumulate.

Laboratory tests for estrogen levels often do not give accurate results, since their main number is not in the blood and in cells. Therefore, doctors telling patients that analyses in norm or rate is slightly high. If the patient continues to suffer from symptoms of hyperestrogenism should refer to a more qualified specialist.