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Unread 07-14-2010, 03:46 PM
Question - reading up on hormone balancing reading up on hormone balancing

hi ladies -- can anyone recommend a book on balancing hormones via natural means? a friend suggested Dr. John R. Lee's book, what your doc may not tell you about premenopause. there are a few others that were recommended, as well -- but before i dig them all out of the library, i'd love to know what was most helpful to you in learning about how hormones impact the body. i have both ovaries, but don't feel like myself. want to find out as much as possible before i seek doc's advice or request tests. generally, i want to avoid antidepressants. i really want to learn better ways to impact my body via lifestyle, diet, supplements, exercise, and anything else.

thanks!!
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Unread 07-14-2010, 09:02 PM
Re: reading up on hormone balancing

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Originally Posted by wapspotapprider View Post
i have both ovaries, but don't feel like myself.
If I were you I would try to hold off a little longer before considering taking hormone replacement therapy. A hysterectomy (like any major surgery) can throw a person's system out of whack for quite a while afterwards and you are still in the initial recovery phase. You may find that in just a few weeks your ovaries are back to functioning as well as before your surgery.

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Unread 07-14-2010, 09:35 PM
Re: reading up on hormone balancing

thanks for the encouragement. don't worry -- actually, i'm not considering HRT of any kind, and should have clarified that. but i do want to learn more on this subject (natural hormone balancing), and wanted to find out if anyone had a particular helpful book or expert to recommend. i agree, my ovaries could begin to improve their game -- i am positive they are working, just maybe not optimally, which was the case even before the surgery. i am still hopeful that i will ultimately feel better than ever -- given my monthly aunt flo visit took sooooo much out of me -- but for the past five weeks, all i've felt is blah. it's getting old.
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