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Many people, when thinking about female hormonal issues, think these start with menopause. But in the female body, hormones play a huge part on almost every part of the physiology, throughout life.
For example, younger women will sometimes have problems conceiving because they are not ovulating. Conventional medicine will often prescribe fertility drugs for this, such as Clomid, without proper hormonal evaluation, but this can cause huge problems later in life, even if they do manage to conceive a child.
Similarly, later in life women are now conditioned to expect that they will be asked to take synthetic hormones to treat the symptoms of menopause using HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy). This has resulted in much greater risk of not only breast cancer and sexual reproductive organ dysfunctions but also uterine and ovarian cancer. A synthetic hormone (one that has been chemically altered in order that the creator can get a patent, and therefore more money) cannot exist in the body alongside natural hormones without creating imbalance.
Other female hormonal problems include PMS, depression, decreased libido, fibrocystic breasts, food and sugar cravings, uterine fibroids, irregular or excessive uterine bleeding and endometriosis. All too often, the conventional medical advice is to remove the reproductive organs via hysterectomy. But reproductive organs play an important role in more than reproduction. Many studies show that each aspect of the female sexual anatomy serves an integral part in the health and well-being of the entire body. Each function is part of the whole, part of a system, of interrelated parts and timing.