Symptoms of hormonal failure in women
First of all, hormonal imbalance is manifested in the irregularity of menstruation, changes in their duration and abundance. Severe pain during menstruation also indicates the presence of hormonal failure in women. In addition, a violation of the menstrual cycle, due to hormonal abnormalities, may be accompanied by the following symptoms:
The above symptoms indicate violations in the hormonal background of the female body, and in case of their occurrence, one should, as soon as possible, seek advice from the relevant specialists – an endocrinologist and a gynecologist.
loss of consciousness;
a sharp change in blood pressure;
the appearance of seals in the mammary glands;
unreasonable weight gain or loss;
swelling of the whole body;
general state of fatigue and malaise.
Causes of hormonal failure in women
The causes of hormonal imbalance and, as a result, menstrual irregularities are quite diverse. The most common among them are the following:
genetic predisposition, that is, problems with the balance of hormones can be inherited;
damage to the nervous system, constant stress, experiences also negatively affect the formation of hormones, since the nervous system is directly related to the endocrine system;
infectious and non-infectious diseases of the internal genital organs;
taking certain medications;
beriberi, diets, obesity, etc.
Diagnosis of hormonal failure in women
To diagnose hormonal changes, first of all, a woman needs to come for an examination to a gynecologist, pass the appropriate blood tests, and undergo an ultrasound examination. A full range of services for the diagnosis and treatment of menstrual irregularities due to changes in hormonal levels can be obtained at a clinic.
How to treat hormonal failure
Most hormonal abnormalities in the female body are treated with hormone therapy. If suspicions of hormonal imbalance are confirmed by test results, the doctor prescribes therapy that is aimed at eliminating the symptoms of the disease, restoring the regularity of the menstrual cycle, and preventing relapses.
There are also situations when hormone therapy is not effective enough. In such cases, surgery is used to eliminate hormonal abnormalities, that is, diagnostic curettage, biopsy, laparoscopy. An important component of the treatment of hormonal disorders is also prevention, which will identify the disease at an early stage, which will greatly simplify the treatment process.
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