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Female Hormone Balance Test

HORMONE BALANCE TEST FOR WOMEN

SYMPTOM GROUP 1  
PMS Insomnia
Early miscarriage Painful and/or lumpy breasts
Unexplained weight gain Cyclical headaches
Anxiety Infertility
 

TOTAL BOXES CHECKED
(If you have checked two or more boxes in these groups, follow to answers below find out what type of hormonal imbalance you may have.)

 

SYMPTOM GROUP 2  
Vaginal dryness Night sweats
Painful intercourse Memory problems
Bladder infections Lethargic depression
Hot flashes  
 

TOTAL BOXES CHECKED
(If you have checked two or more boxes in these groups, follow to answers below find out what type of hormonal imbalance you may have.)

 

SYMPTOM GROUP 3  
Puffiness and bloating Cervical dysplasia (abnormal pap smear)
Rapid weight gain Breast tenderness
Mood swings Heavy bleeding
Anxious depression Migraine headaches
Insomnia Foggy thinking
Red flush on face Gallbladder problems
Weepines  
 

TOTAL BOXES CHECKED
(If you have checked two or more boxes in these groups, follow to answers below find out what type of hormonal imbalance you may have.)

 
SYMPTOM GROUP 4

A combination of the symptoms in #1 and #3

 

TOTAL BOXES CHECKED
(If you have checked two or more boxes in these groups, follow to answers below find out what type of hormonal imbalance you may have.)

 

SYMPTOM GROUP 5  
Acne Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
Excessive hair on the face and arms Hypoglycemia and/or unstable blood sugar
Thinning hair on the head Infertility
Ovarian cysts Mid-cycle pain
 

TOTAL BOXES CHECKED
(If you have checked two or more boxes in these groups, follow to answers below find out what type of hormonal imbalance you may have.)

 

SYMPTOM GROUP 6  
Debilitating fatigue Unstable blood sugar
Foggy thinking Low blood pressure
Thin and/or dry skin Intolerance to exercise
Brown spots on face  
 

TOTAL BOXES CHECKED
(If you have checked two or more boxes in these groups, follow to answers below find out what type of hormonal imbalance you may have.)

Please Note: The information contained in this Hormone Balance Test is not intended to replace a one-to-one relationship with a qualified health care professional, and is not intended as medical advice, but as a helpful guideline for determining the underlying cause of your symptoms. You are encouraged to make your health care decisions in partnership with a qualified health care professional.

FEMALE ANSWERS

  1. SYMPTOM GROUP 1
    Progesterone deficiency:
    This is the most common hormone imbalance among women of all ages. You may need to change your diet, get off of synthetic hormones (including birth control pills), and you may need to use some progesterone cream.

     
  2. SYMPTOM GROUP 2
    Estrogen deficiency:
    This hormone imbalance is present in some menopausal women; especially if you are petite and/or slim. You may need to make some special changes to your diet; take some women's herbs; and some women may even need a little bit of natural estrogen - at much lower doses than prescribed by most doctors.

     
  3. SYMPTOM GROUP 3
    Excess estrogen:
    In women, this is most often solved by: 1) getting off of the conventional synthetic hormones most often prescribed by doctors for menopausal women, and 2) by working on weight loss as excess weight leads to excessive estrogen level production.

     
  4. SYMPTOM GROUP 4
    Estrogen dominance:
    This is caused when you don't have enough progesterone to balance the effects of estrogen. Thus, you can have low estrogen but if you have even lower progesterone, you can have symptoms of estrogen dominance. Many women between the ages of 40 and 50 suffer from estrogen dominance.

     
  5. SYMPTOM GROUP 5
    Excess androgens (male hormones):
    This is most often caused by 1) too much sugar and simple carbohydrates in the diet and is often found in women who have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and 2) As your body's way to start offsetting an estrogen dominant condition as testosterone is an anti-metabolic hormone in lower doses.

     
  6. SYMPTOM GROUP 6
    Cortisol deficiency:
    This is caused by tired adrenals, which is usually caused by chronic daily stress. If you're trying to juggle a job and a family, or you have an underlying chronic inflammatory illness that your body is chronically trying to heal, hence using energy to do so, chances are good you have tired adrenals.

YOU NEED A SALIVA TEST TO BEST ADJUST AND BALANCE YOUR HORMONES

It is recommended that you get a saliva hormone test to find out which hormone(s) would be best for you. A basic set of baseline tests for men would include testosterone, DHEA, estrogen and progesterone through a saliva test. It is also vital to measure your stress hormone cortisol by saliva test to best help you attain hormone balance.