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Thanks for a simple, understandable explanation of how things like headaches and high blood pressure can be related to hormones. One of the biggest difficulties in diagnosing conditions that are related to hormones can be getting a doctor to actually TEST your hormonal levels, sometimes more than once, to figure out what is normal for each individual and then figuring out how those levels are affecting that person. In a way, it seems like hormone levels should be tested annually as a part of our records, so that we can look back later in life and see what our "normal" levels were during certain times of life. Do you have any advice for women who believe they have a condition related to hormones but don't know what to do next?

October 30, 2009 - 8:51am


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