Ang pawis ay maaaring isang indikasyon ng isang matinding, nakapagpapalusog na pag-eehersisyo, o ito ay maaaring maging isang reaksyon sa isang mainit na araw o mahalumigmig na araw. Ang pagpapawis ay hindi nagsusuot ng taba; Tinutulungan nito ang pagkontrol ng temperatura ng iyong katawan. Kung ang ehersisyo ng mataas na intensidad ay magdudulot sa iyo ng pawis, maaari kang mag-burn ng mga makabuluhang calories - marami sa mga ito ay maaaring dumating mula sa taba. […]
Ang ilang mga epekto ay maaaring mangyari na karaniwan ay hindi nangangailangan ng medikal na atensyon. Ang mga side effect na ito ay maaaring umalis sa panahon ng paggamot gaya ng pagsasaayos ng iyong katawan sa gamot. Gayundin, maaaring sabihin sa iyo ng iyong propesyonal sa pangangalagang pangkalusugan ang mga paraan upang maiwasan o mabawasan ang ilan sa mga epekto na ito. Tingnan sa iyong propesyonal sa pangangalagang pangkalusugan kung ang alinman sa mga sumusunod na epekto ay nagpapatuloy o nakapapagod o kung mayroon kang anumang mga katanungan tungkol sa mga ito

Second, based on epidemiologic studies of risk, social and psychological factors play a large role in the pathogenesis of PPD. For example, decreased social support, poor quality social support, and poor marital satisfaction increase the risk of PPD13–15. The number of previous episodes of depression, a history of PPD, and depression during pregnancy are also significant risk factors for PPD15–17. PPD, like any mood disorder, is therefore best seen as a clinical integration of risk and protective factors that culminate in the triggering of a mood episode in the context of a biological (or reproductive) state.

PPD is distinguished from the postpartum blues, which are defined as normative “mild dysphoria occurring in the first week after delivery”22. Also distinct from PPD is postpartum psychosis, which has a rapid onset associated with hallucinations or bizarre delusions, mood swings, disorganized behavior, and cognitive impairment24,25. Many cases of postpartum psychosis are manifestations of bipolar disorder26,27, which may present as mania for the first time during the postpartum period. The perturbation in mood, limited reality testing, and gross functional impairment make postpartum psychosis particularly dangerous for mothers and babies24.


Mga palpitations ng puso, sweating, mahinang concentration, kahinaan, pagkabalisa, fogginess, pagkapagod, pagkamayamutin, o kapansanan sa pag-iisip ay karaniwang mga panandaliang epekto ng mataas na insulin. Sa kasamaang palad, ang aming mga katawan ay karaniwang tumutugon sa mga hindi kanais-nais na mga damdamin sa pamamagitan ng paggawa sa amin sa tingin kami ay gutom, na kung saan nagiging sanhi sa amin upang maabot para sa higit pang mga mataas na asukal na pagkain at inumin. Pagkatapos ay nagtapos kami sa isang mabisyo na cycle ng hormonal imbalance, isang kondisyon na tinatawag na insulin resistance o metabolic syndrome, na kung saan lamang nakakamit ang timbang ng timbang at ang aming panganib ng diabetes at sakit sa puso.

Im 62, I have Hashimoto’s x 25 years and was diagnosed with breast cancer 5 mos ago. I was on both bioidenticlal estrogen and progesterone. I was taken off both bc my cancer was estrogen and progesterone positive. Im sure i have adrenal fatigue or issues. I always feel anxious , low blood pressue and tired. It is so overwhelming . Anyway, I need to eat a cancer diet which is no meat, but also need to eat a diet to treat my autoimmunity. I just had a flare up after doing a raw veg an diet and juicing. Im slowing recovering- not sure how to eat. Any suggestions.


There are limited data on the overlap of IBS and endometriosis. In one study, 50 women with IBS were compared with 52 gynecology patients (21 with chronic pelvic pain, 30 with endometriosis).73 Based on responses to the symptom questionnaire, women with IBS reported significantly more upper abdominal pain (P < 0.001; 95% CI, 1.2–68.6), colicky pain (P < 0.001; 95% CI, 2.2–114), and altered bowel habits (eg, pasty stools) (P < 0.001; 95% CI, 3.5–55.6) than did patients with laparoscopically confirmed endometriosis or pelvic inflammatory disease. However, there are additional reports that patients with endometriosis and intestinal involvement, and even those without intestinal involvement, have symptoms of IBS.74–76 In fact, 32% of women who had chronic pelvic pain and suspected endometriosis without bowel lesions (n = 362) met Rome II criteria for IBS.74,75 Similar to dysmenorrhea, the pathogenesis of endometriosis has been linked to E2. Endometriosis is associated with inflammatory changes in the peritoneal fluid. In women with endometriosis, high levels of E2 are believed to increase chemokine secretion, which has been identified as a potential contributor to the pathogenesis and the progression of endometriosis.77
This symptom presents a peculiar “electric” sensation, like the feeling of a rubber band snapping in the layer of tissue between skin and muscle, or, when it appears as a precursor to a hot flash, it is often felt across the head. Electric shocks usually only occur for a brief moment, but it can still be quite an unpleasant sensation. The cause of electric shock sensation in menopause is thought to be related to the effect of fluctuating estrogen levels on the cardiovascular and nervous systems.
Any time you forget to take a pill, you must use another form of birth control until you finish the pill pack. When you forget to take a pill, you increase the chance of releasing an egg from your ovary. If you miss your period and have forgotten to take one or more active pills, get a pregnancy test. If you miss two periods even though you have taken all your pills on schedule, you should get a pregnancy test.
The cumulative findings that females produce stronger cellular and humoral immune reactions, have a greater resistance to bacterial infections, and are more likely to develop autoimmune diseases compared with males, and that symptoms of these conditions are affected by reproductive status and menstrual cycle, support the evidence of sex differences in immune responses.81–83 A comprehensive review of the role of estrogen in inflammation and immune function was recently published. Straub84 concluded that depending on its level at a given point in time (menstrual cycle phase, pregnancy, menopause status), estrogen influences important proinflammatory and anti-inflammatory pathways. For example, pregnancy levels of E2 typically inhibit proinflammatory cytokines, but low levels have no, or even stimulatory, effects. Thus, postmenopausal women could be more vulnerable to a proinflammatory condition.

Menopause sa mga kababaihan ay kaugnay ng isang buong hanay ng mga pagbabago sa katawan. Isa sa mga pinaka-hindi kasiya pisikal at sikolohikal na mga tuntunin, isang paghahayag ng menopos ay ihi kawalan ng pagpipigil. Sa kabila ng makabuluhang kakulangan sa ginhawa na nangyayari kapag ang mga problema sa pag-ihi, karamihan sa mga kababaihan sa menopos resign kanilang sarili sa ito kalagayan at huwag subukang gamutin.

Extended-cycle pills works in a similar way. You start taking the pill the first Sunday after your period starts. If your period starts on a Sunday, start Seasonale that day. Then you take one active tablet a day for 84 consecutive days. Then depending on the type of pill you're taking, you have seven days of taking one placebo or estrogen only pill per day.
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