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” Each hormone missing or surplus emerges in a different way ”
Internal Medicine and Endocrinology Specialist Serhat Aytug says that a hormone deficiency or excess should be evaluated by an endocrinologist-metabolism specialist.
What are the consequences of lack of estrogen hormone in women?
The risk of cardiovascular disease, such as cardiovascular disease, has been reported to be associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. On average, within five to six years after menopause, women have risk of vascular disease to men of the same age. It is known that the most common cause of death in post-menopausal women is cardiovascular muscle diseases. Secondly, a rapid disruption of the estrogen deficient bones begins, resulting in osteoporosis. Estrogen deficiency and loss of tissues called atrophy in female sexual-reproductive organs manifest itself and there may be problems in sexual intercourse, decrease in sexual desire, dryness in vagina, urination. Another very important symptom of estrogen deficiency is postmenopausal complaints such as hot flashes, sweating, palpitation.
How can we tell if the hormones are balanced in the body?
Let’s take a look at the hormones first. The main ones are the hormones and other hormones controlled by the pituitary gland. The hormones that are controlled by the pituitary are thyroid hormone, cortisol hormone, growth hormone, prolactin, sex hormones and hormones acting in the water balance. In addition, there is a lack of diabetes mellitus (insulin) and hormones such as glucagon, adrenaline, growth hormone, cortisol secreted in coordination with insulin, the parathyroid hormone that provides the balance of calcium in the body, countless hormones help digestive system digestion. An incomplete or excess of a hormone appears differently.