Estrogen blocker after steroids

It definitely sounds like pcos. I too have PCOS and I’m hypothyroid. I found out 25 yrs ago at the age of 23 that I had PCOS. Then in my mid 30’s I found out I was hypothyroid. It has been a roller coaster. The last 10 yrs I have been able to manage my weight and control hairloss. It’s a very complicated condition and can be very depressing. So my advice to you is try and find someone in your area that specializes in PCOS and get tested. Stay away from carbs as that will aggravate the condition. You can have the good carbs like fruits. Eat lots of the green leafy vegetable like spinach salad arugula, broccoli etc Eat no more than two red meats a week. Get you some omega fish oil ( a good quality). Take as directed. I’m on spirolactone and have been for 15 yrs. it will help with hairlosss, acne, and weight loss as long as you are eating healthy. Stay away from sugar! I know that’s hard for me too. Drink lots of water and stay clear of cokes. Tea is better for you but remember sugar must be low or none at all. Vitamin d is too very important. I stopped taking the pill 5 yrs ago as I don’t plan on having anymore kids. I take vitex to regulate my periods. That has worked wonders for me. I’m on time every month. Well I hope all this info helps you and god bless. Remember read and research everything to teach yourself about pcos. Stay smart about it because you are the only one that knows your body. Doctors don’t always know it all.

I recently had open myomectomy to remove fibroids. Before this I suffered from PMS,Excess Bleeding,Frequent Urinating etc. I am 2 and 1/2 month post surgery. I still have pains in body but I am back to doing basic yoga ,yoga breathing and walking everyday. My bleeding wouldn’t stop until this month,I was spotting blood. Then I started having Apple Cider Vinegar and it is now stopped( a sigh) A month back my ultrasound sighted thickened endometrium and a small ovary cyst. Havn’t gone for ultrasound yet. Please help me so that I can be eating healthier in the future. So ,hormones won’t effect my life.

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So I think, given everything, if you’re not happy with how the finasteride is working for you your best bet is an orchie if that fits within your long-term goals. If you wanted to keep your gonads that’d be something else…. but if you want them to go, why not now? Definitely realistic, and your doctor can probably make a very good case with your insurance if the company is reluctant (., this is the *only* option left for suppressing your T effectively now, and suppression is necessary for treatment of your dysphoria which is a medical condition). Since you’re in California your insurance canNOT have a transgender exclusion clause in their policy. They can’t deny you surgery just because you’re trans — if they cover orchies for some, they have to cover them for all. CA is pretty awesome that way.

I just looked at my most recent salivary hormone testing, and my progesterone was /ml (converted from /ml). The lab says -/ml (/ml-/l) is normal in luteal phase, meaning they don’t think below 5ng/ml is abnormal as these levels are way lower than that! How can this be?! So according to you I’m not ovulating (collected on day 21 of my cycle which was about 25 days at that time and has lately been only 21 days incidentally). I started using a homeopathic progesterone cream after these test results (though I’m not presently it). I got pregnant (and miscarried) two months after this particular test, so I know I’m ovulating. I’m not understanding I guess.

Estrogen blocker after steroids

estrogen blocker after steroids

So I think, given everything, if you’re not happy with how the finasteride is working for you your best bet is an orchie if that fits within your long-term goals. If you wanted to keep your gonads that’d be something else…. but if you want them to go, why not now? Definitely realistic, and your doctor can probably make a very good case with your insurance if the company is reluctant (., this is the *only* option left for suppressing your T effectively now, and suppression is necessary for treatment of your dysphoria which is a medical condition). Since you’re in California your insurance canNOT have a transgender exclusion clause in their policy. They can’t deny you surgery just because you’re trans — if they cover orchies for some, they have to cover them for all. CA is pretty awesome that way.

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