Hormone Imbalance

Are you are fatigued and irritable? Or, perhaps your libido is low and now your hormonal imbalance is affecting your relationship. Perhaps you cannot get a decent nights sleep because your night sweats are so bad. Any of these symptoms can come from similar imbalances. They can all be manifestations of estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, cortisol and DHEA imbalances. 

Female hormone imbalances are usually caused by an imbalance of estrogen to progesterone. Even in menopause when hormones are falling quickly, there is often an imbalance in the ratio between these hormones. This ratio imbalance is partially responsible for the night sweats and emotions of menopause as well as the depression and pain of PMS.

In addition, male hormones can be imbalanced as well. This is often seen as a deficiency in testosterone or an excess in DHT, the potent form of testosterone. This imbalance can lead to infertility, male pattern baldness and prostrate problems. 


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Cause of Hormone Imbalances

We work to rebalance hormones by getting to the root cause of the imbalance. This could include: 

  • Sleep Issues
  • Adrenal Issues
  • Chemicals/Toxins
  • Mold Illness
  • Liver Problems
  • Gut Infections
  • Thyroid Imbalances
  • Nutrient Deficiencies 
  • Blood Sugar Imbalances

How do we get to the root?

We use advanced functional medicine lab testing to get to the root. This will include many tests that are not run by conventional medicine. For example, the following test may be run: 

  • Fasting Insulin
  • Dried urinary hormone test with adrenals
  • Cortisol Awakening Response
  • Liver Detoxification Tests
  • Metabolites of Estrogen
  • Free Testosterone
  • Micronutrient panels
  • G/I Tests: SIBO, Stool Culture, Intestinal Permeability

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