7 Signs Your Hormones Could Be Affecting Your Fertility & Menstrual Health
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Struggling To Get Pregnant
Dealing with infertility can be a very tough emotional challenge tied to hormone problems.
Conditions like PCOS and insulin resistance often cause irregular ovulation, making it hard for you to have a baby. Without the right support system and services, this journey can be long and isolating for many.
Irregular Menstrual Cycles
Women facing hormone issues often struggle with irregular periods, heavy bleeding and extended cycles.
These issues don't just cause physical discomfort but can also be emotionally distressing for you.
Unexplained Weight Changes
When dealing with hormone issues, you may find yourself experiencing unexplained weight fluctuations.
Insulin resistance, a condition often associated with hormonal imbalances, can lead to weight gain, elevated blood sugar levels, and metabolic challenges, making it challenging for you to maintain a healthy weight.
Always Feeling Tired
Many women with PCOS and insulin resistance battle daily fatigue and low energy levels.
This struggle happens due to the erratic fluctuations in blood sugar levels caused by these conditions, resulting in unpredictable energy levels and a constant state of weariness.
Cravings & Hunger
Insulin resistance can make you feel hungry even if you don't need to eat.
This happens because your body has trouble using insulin to control your blood sugar, which can lead to hunger pangs and cravings for food, especially quick sources of energy like carbohydrate-rich and sugary foods.
Rollercoaster of Emotions
Mood swings, irritability, depression, and anxiety could be indicators of potential hormonal imbalances.
It's worth noting that women with PCOS are three times more likely to experience these symptoms. Mood swings and emotional lows are also common during PMS/PMDD.
Unwanted Hair Growth & Skin Problems
If you're dealing with hormone-related issues like Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), you may find yourself contending with a range of challenges.
You might notice thinning hair on your head, unwanted hair growth on your body or face, and the discomfort of painful adult acne.
These problems primarily stem from an excess of androgen levels and inflammation in your body.
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