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Estrogen Deficiency Symptoms

Jan 1, 2021

Estrogen Deficiency Symptoms

There are many physical and emotional symptoms associated with Estrogen deficiency in women.

These symptoms include:

  Physical

  • Hot flashes
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches/migraines
  • Night sweats
  • Vaginal and/or bladder infections
  • Incontinence
  • UTIs
  • Difficulty falling asleep
  • Decreased verbal skills
  • Irregular bleeding
  • Lower libido due to Testosterone    
    /Estrogen ratio imbalance  
  • Painful intercourse
  • Osteoporosis
  • Episodes of rapid heartbeat

  Emotional

  • Depression
  • Minor anxiety
  • Emotional instability    
  • Feelings of despair
  • Crying easily
  • Forgetfulness
  • Poor concentration

Why Estrogen is important to supplement when deficient?

Estrogen performs many functions in the body. These include:

  • Creates endometrium
  • Development at puberty
  • Regulates menstrual cycle
  • Plumps vaginal tissue and reduces vaginal dryness
  • Slows bone loss
  • Can help reduce incidence of heart attacks
  • Anti-aging factor
  • Increases sensitivity of progesterone receptors
  • Affects more than 300 tissue systems of the body
  • Uplifts mood
  • Lowers LDL
  • Increases HDL
  • Decreases lipoprotein(a) and homocysteine lowering risk of
    cardiovascular disease
  • Affects every neurotransmitter in the brain; including serotonin,
    dopamine, GABA
  • Adds moisture to skin
  • Affects brain function responsible for memory and motivation
  • Needed for verbal memory and to learn new concepts, reasoning, and
    fine motor skills

A simple blood test and review of your symptoms will determine if you can benefit from estrogen restoration. Defy Medical uses only Bio-Identical Estrogen which is prescribed through a licensed US compounding pharmacy. Bi-Estrogen is available in topical creams, capsules, or sublingual troches.

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