What Would A Female Hormone Imbalance Look Like?

Hormones are an essential part of our body and play an important role in our day-to-day health. However, they are finely balanced, and a slight female hormone imbalance can cause a range of serious effects throughout your entire body.

Being able to identify an imbalance quickly can help you to get back on track and feeling normal. What are the signs of female hormone imbalance, though? 

  1. Weight gain/loss

One of the most common signs of a hormone imbalance is noticing a sudden change in weight. Frequently, this is a weight gain, but it can sometimes manifest as an unexplained weight loss, too. 

  1. Fatigue 

Another common symptom of a hormone imbalance is finding yourself regularly fatigued. While occasionally feeling tired is normal, if you are experiencing constant feelings of fatigue, it could indicate an imbalance. 

  1. Heavy/Irregular periods 

When experiencing a female hormone imbalance, it is also common to find that you are having heavy or irregular periods. 

  1. Vaginal dryness 

Vaginal dryness and pain during intercourse are other indications that the hormones in your body are not balanced like they should be. 

Noticing signs of an imbalance? 

Are you noticing some of the symptoms of female hormone imbalance? If so, Jace Medical is here to help you. We offer a wide range of blood tests designed to help you understand exactly what is happening in your body. 

We want to help you improve your health and wellness, and our blood test will identify any female hormone imbalances . Want to find out more? Check out our current blood tests or get in touch with our team, who will be able to help you with any queries you have. 


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