Secondary amenorrhea (loss of period) and why it is important to get your regular menstrual cycle back

Amenorrhea is basically defined as condition in which there is an absence of a menstrual period. Primary amenorrhea describes the condition of a woman who’s never menstruated. Secondary amenorrhea is the lack of menstrual cycle for more than six months in a woman who has previously had a menstrual cycle. The most common causes of…

What are the most common sex hormone imbalance symptoms?

What are your “sex hormones” anyways? Basically, the ones you should be aware of are: The “female” hormones estrogen and progesterone. The “male” hormone testosterone. It is important to know that although these hormones are usually classified as “male” and “female” – males still produce estrogen and females still produce testosterone (just lower levels). What are…