If your periods are irregular, a pregnancy test should be done.
Changes in the growth pattern of your hair or the development of acne may be enough for your doctor to determine that you have a high level of androgen (testosterone) hormones. If not, blood tests can detect high androgen levels. A blood test may also be used to check the level of prolactin, which is a hormone produced in the brain's pituitary gland. Very high prolactin levels can be caused by a pituitary gland tumor, and...Read more
Oophorectomy (the surgical removal of a woman’s ovaries) is a procedure women may opt to undergo for a number of reasons, including... Read more »
Oophorectomy. That’s a big word, but one that many women in their 40s and above have heard before. An oophorectomy involves the removal... Read more »
Full Question:I am 45 years old and suffer with hormonal migraines since I was 16 years old. (They are terrible a week before, and during... Read more »