Low Hormone Symptoms

Is BHRT Right for Me?


Hormones are the regulatory substance responsible for many of the of the vital functions within the body. They are the body’s chemical messengers that travel through the bloodstream to different tissues or organs.

Hormones are not only responsible for growth and reproduction, the body needs hormones in order to survive. Hormones tell your body what to do and affect different areas like the metabolic system, mood, and sexual function.

They are extremely influential, it only takes a tiny amount of hormones to cause big changes in your cells and body. This is why too much or too little of a certain hormone can be dangerous.

There are many types of hormones that work within the body to provide stability. Luckily, if you are currently experiencing any type of hormone imbalance, just know that it is easily corrected. At SDBody, we only use state-of-the-art testing to determine hormone levels and your exact hormone needs.

Our symptom checker helps gather information about symptoms, providing you with a deeper understanding on where you might be lacking. Take a look at our symptom checkers:

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1. Do you have difficulty sleeping?
YesNo

2. Do you suffer from fatigue?
YesNo

3. Do your breasts get swollen/tender before your period?
YesNo

4. Are your periods painful?
YesNo

5. Do you experience heavy periods?
YesNo

6. Is your lower abdomen swollen?
YesNo

7. Do you suffer from hot flashes?
YesNo

8. Do you ever feel irritable or aggressive?
YesNo

9. Are you experiencing anxiety?
YesNo

10. Do you have unexplained mood swings?
YesNo

If you answered yes to any of these questions you may be experiencing a progesterone deficiency.

1. Do you struggle with weight gain?
YesNo

2. Is there excess fat on your stomach and chest?
YesNo

3. Have you experienced muscle loss?
YesNo

4. Do you have a decrease in strength and endurance?
YesNo

5. Do you lack energy?
YesNo

6. Do you constantly feel tired and fatigued?
YesNo

7. Are you experiencing a decrease in libido (sex drive)?
YesNo

8. Do you an increasing amount of wrinkles or sagging in the face?
YesNo

9. Are you lacking in self-confidence?
YesNo

10. Have you experienced any hot-flashes/excessive sweating?
YesNo

If you answered yes to any of these questions it may indicate a testosterone deficiency.

1. Do you constantly feel tired or fatigued?
YesNo

2. Do you suffer from aching joints?
YesNo

3. Do you have little to no hair growth in areas of the body (ie., pubic area, underarms)?
YesNo

4. Are you experiencing a low libido (sex drive)?
YesNo

5. Do you have excess belly fat?
YesNo

6. Are your muscles flabby?
YesNo

7. Are you encountering feelings of depression?
YesNo

8. Have you been experiencing dry skin and eyes?
YesNo

9. Do you have dry or brittle hair?
YesNo

10. Are you having trouble tolerating noise?
YesNo

If you answered yes to any of the questions, it could signify a DHEA imbalance.

1. Are you sensitive to the cold?
YesNo

2. Are you regularly tired or feel as if you had no rest?
YesNo

3. Do you have trouble waking up in the morning?
YesNo

4. Do you have stiff joints in the morning?
YesNo

5. Do you wake up with a puffy face and swollen eyelids?
YesNo

6. Have you been experiencing dry skin?
YesNo

7. Do you easily put on weight?
YesNo

8. Are you constantly constipated?
YesNo

9. Do you have an increasing amount of hair loss?
YesNo

10. Are you suffering from regular headaches?
YesNo

If you answered yes to any of the questions, you are most likely experiencing a Thyroid disparity.

1. Are you undergoing hair loss on the top of your head?
YesNo

2. Are you getting thin, linear wrinkles above the lips?
YesNo

3. Do you have heavy or painful menstruation cycles?
YesNo

4. Do you frequently experience breast tenderness?
YesNo

5. Are your breast saggy or droopy?
YesNo

6. Do you have excess facial hair?
YesNo

7. Are you experiencing unceasing hot flashes?
YesNo

8. Are you experiencing low moods or feel depressed?
YesNo

9. Are you finding it difficult to lose excess weight?
YesNo

10. Do you have a decreased sex drive?
YesNo

If you answered yes to any of the questions, it could be an indication of a lack of estrogen.

1. Is your hair thinning?
YesNo

2. Are you regularly tired or fatigued?
YesNo

3. Do you have difficulty concentrating?
YesNo

4. Are you lacking memory?
YesNo

5. Do you have extra fat around the abdomen?
YesNo

6. Are your muscles loose or flabby?
YesNo

7. Do you feel increasingly exhausted after physical activity?
YesNo

8. Do you have dry, flaky skin?
YesNo

9. Are you noticing an increase in skin sagging or thinness?
YesNo

10. Do you have feelings of depression or anxiety?
YesNo

If you answered yes to any of the questions, it could signify a lack of growth hormone production.

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