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Can low estrogen levels cause a low white blood count?

A: First of all, I am happy to hear your wife has survived ovarian cancer since 1993. I am not aware of a correlation between low estrogen levels and a low white blood count. However, given her history of ovarian cancer, I am assuming she underwent some sort of treatment for the ovarian cancer, such as surgery, chemotherapy, radiation or a combination of all three. I am not aware of a correlation between low estrogen levels and a low white blood count. However, given her history of ovarian cancer, I am assuming she underwent some sort of treatment for the ovarian cancer, such as surgery,...


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pcos and low estrogen levels

A: Hello Nikki,      Doctor"s of Chiropractic adjust the spine and other joints in the body, the spine houses the spinal cord, at each level of the vertebrea (bones in your back) a nerve root exits from each side of the vertebrea.  Thus adjusting the subluxations (misalignments) in the spine increases nerve flow and stimulates the nerve.  Nerves of the low back and sacrum directly innervate the pelvis and reproductive organs.  So essentially chiropractic may be beneficial to you.  But this condition must be also managed through the balancing of your hormones.  Often with this condition progesterone is not produced by your body and low

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low estrogen levels

A: Hi, It"s hard to interpret cycles from afar, Lakeisha, but it sounds like your RE may have triggered you to ovulate when you did NOT have ripe, mature follicles (despite their sizes).  Even though they were 18-19 mm, the estrogen level has to be high enough, too, for the eggs to ovulate.  Your RE should have known that before telling you to trigger.  Proper stimulation with Repronex should cause the E2 level to raise high enough, assuming one is a properly-chosen candidate for Repronex therapy. I suggest you find a new, board certified RE who will serve you best, as an RE should know that triggering with 2 mature follicles but with an E2 of only 93 won"t likely get a patient very far....  You shouldn"t have to tell the RE how to do her...
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Is Oxybutynin chlorid ter 10mg used for low estrogen levels?

A: Oxybutynin chloride (brand name Ditropan) is a medication used to treat overactive bladder and bladder spasms. It does this by competitively antagonizing M1, M2 and M3 muscarinic acetylcholine receptors in bladder muscle. It''s major side effects are anticholinergic in nature: dry mouth, dry eyes, constipation, blurry vision, drowsiness and dizziness. People with certain forms of glaucoma shoud not use this medication as it may worsen their condition. The medication does not contain estrogen or progesterone, and is not a phytoestrogen, so it would not be prescribed for perimenopausal symptoms such as hot flashes. The WebMD website has a nice summary of the medication''s uses and side effects: ...


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Is Prempro advisable for a 69-year-old with low estrogen levels?

A: Your question concerns Prempro[Conjugated estrogens Medroxyprogesterone] (http://www.everydayhealth.com/drugs/prempro). Presently there is some controversy over whether a medication such as Prempro would be more bendeficial than the risk of side effects it might cause. A lot would depend on your medical history as well as your family medical history. It is always a good idea to check with one''s health care provider in matters like this. Please schedule an appointment to consult your health care provider for guidance in your specific case. Gregory Latham, RPh...


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low estrogen Level

A: It would be wise to consult an endocrinologist. Has she had her thyroid tested? The thyroid, if not working properly, can "mess" with all other systems in the body. My friend has got the whole CBC and Chem 7 done as well as the thyroid tested with everything in normal limits. She as well as my other friends are concerned becauset these symptoms are not resolving. SHe has also had a cat scan and has seen a neurologist with all results coming back normal. I am beginning to wonder if it is not vertigo and maybe she should seek the advice of an ENT. I also think that when these symptoms present themselves and persist and her sugar is fine she stresses herself out to the point that she had an anxiety attack....any ideas? Sincerely, Adoredevotion vertigo, vertigo, vertigo..... Hold...
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What should I do about low estrogen levels?

A: How do you know this?How could you possibly know this without visiting a doctor?So what, you have small breasts, lots of girls have small breast. Its just the way you are. Just be happy with what you have Because I looked it up online and I''m experiencing a lot of the symptoms that come with low estrogen levels such as random headaches, random night sweats, moodswings, sudden anger, low self-esteem, anxiety, nervous about things I wouldn''t generally be nervous about, forgetting small things, and a lot of other ones....


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low estrogen levels at 37

A: ady, welcome to our board. I am posting two of the best menopausal links on the internet.You should be able to gather a lot of information and answers to your questions. www.redhotmamas.org and www.menopausewise.com...


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low estrogen levels with one ovary?

A: Shalena, I have not had a hyst so I really can not help you with this question. There is another woman...Martha...who is also an expert in this catagory. I believe she has had a Hyst and would be better suited to answer this question. There is also a website www.hystersisters.com that is very good. It"s a site where women post and answer questions about a hyst. Many women there have had a hyst due to Endo also. That could be a great tool for you. Check them out. Sorry I could not be of any more help. I hope Martha and the site can help you out. Sincerely. Angir...
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What is going to happen if you have low estrogen level?

A: The calcium that you get from milk and other foods will not go into your bones, after awhile when you have no estrogen content you go through menopause and thats because of no estrogen in the blood that cant put the calcium in the bones. and this is why osteoporosis was such a problem because women loose bone since calcium cannot get to the bones....


 
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