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One thing you'll find the more you read on this site is that we're all different when it comes to hormone therapy. Some get by on estrogen alone, while others do best on estrogen and progesterone. Others need estrogen, progesterone and testosterone.
Balancing hormones can be tricky. It can take a lot of time and patience along with trial and error. Keeping a journal of the symptoms you're having on each hormone therapy you try can help you figure out what's needed to get balanced. This link to the too much/too little
symptom list can be very useful. Print it off and refer to it when you're filling out your daily journal. Concentrate for now on getting the estrogen balanced and then consider adding in progesterone or testosterone later, one hormone at a time. By introducing hormones one at a time you'll get a clearer picture of how you react to each change. In the long run it will help you get balanced quicker than trying multiple hormones at once.
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will give you an idea of the estrogen options available if you're interested in changing estrogens. Your are early in your recovery and it's normal for hormone levels to fluctuate as the body depletes the hormones made by the ovaries. That said, it could be that a bump up in dose of your Premarin will help you feel a lot better. Definitely discuss this with your doctor at your next appointment.
Let us know what you decide to do, okay?