put up with tiredness
Not being able to lose weight
hair and bad skin
is not the only option
can't live with them, can't live without them.
are many different problems caused by unbalanced hormones and the one that
affected me the most was when my thyroid became under active in my 50s.
hair thinned, my skin went dry and I struggled to stop gaining weight.
As well as that, I started to feel tired all the time and couldn't do much
after lunchtime. I suppose its better than trying to kill your husban
d as you approach the menopause, or throwing things when younger because
you are hormonal. The things we have to put up with!!
50 is the new 40 so I am not ready to sit in the chair and wait for
the inevitable just yet.|
I have heard other women say that their GP
has given them anti depressants because they are so tired and miserable
and others have been given HRT by theirs.
There is no consistency in the treatment of women who
are suffering because their hormones are all over
the show and doctors don't seem to want to know about hormones and the
effects they have on women.
Not being the sort of person that gives
up the search for a solution, I found an amazing doctor who can do a
simple test and tell you exactly what is wrong with your hormones.
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