Signs Of Fibroid

Menopause Help For Menopause Signs Symptoms

Menopause help is possible for menopause signs symptoms when you understand the main underlying causes for symptoms of menopause. Menopause help IS available online since millions of women experience menopause signs symptoms each year.

First, here are the most common symptoms of menopause:

• Anxiety and depression
• Endometriosis
• Fibroid tumors
• Foggy, fuzzy thinking and memory lapses
• Hot flashes and night sweats
• Inability to handle stress
• Irregular menstrual cycles
• Light or heavy menstrual flow
• Lumpy or tender breasts
• Mood swings
• PMS
• Sleep problems
• Vaginal dryness
• Water retention and bloating
• Weight gain

To obtain menopause help for menopause signs symptoms, understand female hormones, the menstrual cycle and how hormone imbalance happens. In a healthy menstruating woman, estrogen is the main hormone produced for the first 10-12 days following the previous menstrual flow. Ovulation then signals the female body to produce progesterone, which occurs for the next 12 or so days. Progesterone and estrogen levels will drop at around day 28 if there’s no pregnancy, and menstruation begins.

However, if there is no ovulation, progesterone cannot be produced that month. This is called an ‘annovulatory cycle’ and is a typical occurance today for women in their 30’s and 40’s. Without ovulation and progesterone production, the woman then has an excess of estrogen, a deficiency of progesterone and definitely needs menopause help.

And once ovulation no longer happens at menopause and after, progesterone levels fall to virtually zero. At the same time, estrogen is still being produced, leading to hormone imbalance, menopause signs symptoms and the need for menopause help. If the woman has had a hysterectomy, surgical menopause means the woman no longer produces progesterone. Besides the problems created by missed ovulations or hysterectomy, excess estrogen is also obtained from other sources such as birth control pills, household chemicals and pesticides, foods that have been sprayed and construction materials used in homes.

Physicians refer to the hormone imbalance condition of excess estrogen in the body as “estrogen dominance”. Symptoms of estrogen dominance include low sex drive, bloating and weight gain, headaches, mood swings, irregular periods and excessive menstrual bleeding. If unopposed estrogen in the female adult increases beyond what is desirable and healthy, you will definitely experience menopause signs symptoms. On the other hand, when your hormones are balanced, you will no longer need menopause help since you feel alert, energetic and ready to take on the challenges of everyday life.

How can a woman tell if the menopause signs symptoms being experienced are because of hormone imbalance? An easy way is to take the online test provided by a leading womens health clinic for menopause signs symptoms. It takes just a few minutes and is free. Learn more about your health, premenopause and menopause symptoms, what the symptoms are telling you and what to do about it based on your answers to important questions. Read more about menopause help, hormone imbalance and physician-recommended natural treatments for eliminating menopause signs symptoms.

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About the author: Read more about menopause help and take the hormone health test at http://www.safemenopausesolutions.com/womens-health-clinic.html – Olinda Rola is President of InfoSearch Publishing and webmaster of http://www.safemenopausesolutions.com – a website of health articles for women.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    What are the signs of a fibroid growing back after 3 months post myomectomy?
    Cramping is becoming more severe after surgery. Cramps were bad before surgery but they are getting worse with each period after myomectomy.

    • ANSWER:
      Most fibroids cause no symptoms. However, symptoms can be: excessive or painful bleeding during menstruation, bleeding between periods, a feeling of fullness in the lower abdomen, frequent urination resulting from a fibroid that compresses the bladder, pain during sexual intercourse, or low back pain. If you think your fibroids may be returning, please schedule an appointment with your gynecologist. If it is caught early enough, he/she may be able to prescribe a medication to shrink it’s growth. The visit will at least let you know what is going on and, if necessary, the doctor can prescribe something for the severe cramping.

  2. QUESTION:
    Can someone give me all the signs of a fibroid tumor help????????
    my stomach keep getting big for like a week then it goes back down i was wondering could that be one of signs or acid reflux like the doctors say or fibroids tumor but, i still want the signs of a fibroid tumor

    • ANSWER:
      often, there are no symptoms
      pelvic pain
      irregular bleeding
      painful urination with large fibroids

      http://womenshealth.about.com/cs/fibroidtumors/a/sympfibrtumors.htm

  3. QUESTION:
    I am 13 and I have a lump in each of my breasts. Both are movable can this be Cancer? or fibroid breasts? Thnx?
    Hi =]

    I am 13 years of age, and I am having a problem with both my breasts. I have a lump in both the Left and right breast. On the right it is almost round and under my skin, it is movable, is just around the nipple. And on the Left it is a small quarter size, and on the left side of the nipple. Both are near the armpit area. I found both lumps about a year back but it didn’t bother me so I didn’t do anything about it. But lately I am constantly needing to move the way I lay in bed to keep comfort because of my breasts. I do not have my period yet, and I am thinking this might just be a sign with PMS and the tenderness but this is really freaking me out. Breast Cancer does run through out my family on my mother’s side and My older sister had a scare last year of might having it which was negative and she does not have it. I am only 13 and very scared. Can this be a sign of fibroid breasts, or Breast Cancer? Please Answer this is urgent.
    Thanks Annie!

    • ANSWER:
      The risk of a 13 year old getting breast cancer is close to zero.
      The risk of getting cancer in both breasts simultaneously in anyone is close to zero.
      Chances are this is normal hormonal changes due to adolescence.
      If you are concerned talk to your older sister, mother or school nurse and get your Dr to check this out next time you go for a routine check up.

  4. QUESTION:
    Connection between ovarian cyst and fibroid?
    an ultrasound i has found a ovarian cyst and a uterine fibroid. i am having another ultrasound next week to check the cyst again. if it ends up being something serious like cancer is the fibroid a sign that it could have spread to the uterus or are fibroids all together different? i have just been feeling so blah lately and have this bad feeling that something is really wrong, at the same time i think it these feelings might just be nerves and all be put on by anxiety. i initially went to the doctor for back pain and had a ct scan that led to a ultrasound led to this. I never really put all the symptoms together until now so i haven’t discussed them with the doctor. i looked up the symptoms for ovarian cancer and i have all of them. i am newly separated from m y husband and am now scared of what i will do if i do end up having cancer. i feel like if i go to the doctor now and say i have all these symptoms i will sound like i am just making them up from reading on it. what is the best thing to take for indigestion and bloating? i have tried tums and prilosec and midol but nothing is helping anymore

    • ANSWER:
      No one can answer your specific question. You will need to go back to your doctor, be honest with him and tell him exactly what you are experiencing and how you feel. Let him examine you and come to his own conclusions.

  5. QUESTION:
    connection between ovarian cyst and fibroid?
    an ultrasound i has found a ovarian cyst and a uterine fibroid. i am having another ultrasound next week to check the cyst again. if it ends up being something serious like cancer is the fibroid a sign that it could have spread to the uterus or are fibroids all together different? i have just been feeling so blah lately and have this bad feeling that something is really wrong, at the same time i think it these feelings might just be nerves and all be put on by anxiety. i initially went to the doctor for back pain and had a ct scan that led to a ultrasound led to this. I never really put all the symptoms together until now so i haven’t discussed them with the doctor. i looked up the symptoms for ovarian cancer and i have all of them. i am newly separated from m y husband and am now scared of what i will do if i do end up having cancer. i feel like if i go to the doctor now and say i have all these symptoms i will sound like i am just making them up from reading on it. what is the best thing to take for indigestion and bloating? i have tried tums and prilosec and midol but nothing is helping anymore.

    • ANSWER:
      An ovarian cyst is a fluid sack attached to your one of your ovaries and a fibroid is a solid. Most fibroids are small growths of knotty connective tissue that develop in different ways and are almost always benign. Fibroids are common with women and in some cases hereditary. They can be extremely painful even though benign and cause many problems. You will get tremendous relief once they are removed. They sometime come back thou



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