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How to Balance Hormones

Women’s hormones are constantly changing through all stages of life. The Women for Women OBGYN in Queens practice consists of six certified female doctors who provide the best possible for women from puberty to menopause. There are several components to women’s health. Women for Women offers services that best fit your needs. We are healthcare for women provided by women. 

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What are Hormones?

Hormones are located all throughout your body. They are signaling molecules that regulate physiology and behavior. They act as messengers in the bloodstream for other bodily functions to work correctly. Hormones are secreted from endocrine glands. Here are the main bodily functions that hormones affect. 

  • Development and Growth.
  • Cognitive Functions.
  • Regulation of Body Temperature.
  • Sex and Reproductive Functions.
  • Regulation of Metabolism.

An imbalance of hormones can overall affect behavior. It can be negatively affecting your daily routine and relationships. The negative effects on your physical health can lead to negative effects on your mental health. 

Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance.

It is common for the hormone estrogen to be tested first. It is the major female hormone that affects the entire body. It takes the slightest amount of imbalance to make major changes in the body. Hormonal imbalance comes with side effects and symptoms. These may be causing struggles in your life. 

  • Mood Swings.
  • Irregular Periods.
  • Acne.
  • Headaches.
  • Migraines. 
  • Difficulty Falling Asleep. 
  •  Anxiety or Depression.
  • Weight Gain or Loss.
  • Loss of Muscle.
  • Increase Food Cravings.
  • Changes in Your Hair and Skin.
  • Excessive Sweating.

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, you may want to speak to contact OBGYN in Queens. There are tests to be taken on dozens of hormones throughout the body to properly diagnose the situation. 

Diagnosing Hormonal Imbalance.

Doctors can perform tests to diagnose hormonal imbalance. There are physical appearances that can be diagnosable, as well as testing bodily fluids. A blood, urine, and saliva test can all be taken to show a hormonal imbalance. Analyzing the medical history of you and your family can also give answers and reasons for hormonal imbalance. It will help practitioners find the right treatment plan. OBGYN Queens provides tests to find hormonal imbalances. Our team will work along with you to find the best options for treatment.

Balancing Hormones. 

Once the doctor diagnoses and finds the problem, there are treatments that will help balance hormones. Medications and regular checkups for blood tests are used to analyze hormone functions. Doctors also recommend eating a healthy diet and exercising to maintain health. If medications are not the right fit for you, there are natural ways to help and sustain good hormone health.

Here are other options to balance hormones:

  • Avoid Sugar.
  • Manage Stress.
  • Avoid Overeating. 
  • Consistent Sleep Schedule.
  • Yoga.
  • Deep Breathing. 

Other Services.

Women for Women offer care for all women’s health needs. Procedures may need to happen if the problem is severe. Small procedures and surgeries can be the answer for you to obtain the best results. They have office procedures, hospital procedures, gynecology management, personalized wellness consultations, and cosmetic treatments. Gynecology management is important for finding symptoms of hormonal imbalance. Monitoring menopause, vaginal infections, IUDs, and pelvic assessments will take precautions to prevent and finding future problems in your health. OBGYN in Queens will find the proper treatment for you.

Pregnancy Care. 

There is also pregnancy care for regular and high-risk patients. Your body goes through a lot of changes during pregnancy. We treat complications from diabetes, high blood pressure, multiple gestations, and fertility interventions. Ultrasound examinations are available to monitor the baby’s health. Our technology provides 3D and 4D ultrasounds. Hormones are mostly affected during pregnancy. Let us help you cope and decrease the changes in your hormones during your pregnancy.

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Having symptoms of imbalanced hormones can be confusing. The side effects can cause physical and mental changes to your body. Doctors at Women for Women want to help you understand your body. We will provide you with the best care and create the best plan to create life-changing results. Make an appointment today with Women for Women Obstetrics and Gynecology.