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Hormonal Balance Symptom Checker for Women

Getting Started

There are a multitude of hormones in the human body, each one working in concert with the others. And each one with the potential of triggering unpleasant symptoms. Symptoms which can, in turn, cause stress. Add in a toxic world to the daily traumas, nutrient deficiencies, and the stresses that occur within and without the body, and you could be looking at a system-wide breakdown.
But the first step is finding out whether those unpleasant symptoms you’re experiencing are truly due to a hormonal imbalance. And if so, which hormone (or hormones) is the culprit.
Read the instructions carefully and, when you’re finished, check out the Answer Section at the end.

 

Remember, it’s your body. Make it the best it can be.

Instructions:
1. Carefully read through the list of symptoms in each section (either women or men) and put a check mark beside each one that pertains to you (it’s okay if you check off the same symptom in more than one section)
2. Count the check marks you have in each section. If you have checked off two or more symptoms in that section, it is very likely that you have that particular hormonal imbalance; the more symptoms you check off, the higher the likelihood.
3. When you’ve finished, go to the Women’s or Men’s Answer Section to find out what hormones could be responsible for your check-marked symptoms. (note: it is possible to have more than one type of hormonal imbalance so don’t be surprised at your results)

 

Women – Section A

PMS  
Insomnia  
Early miscarriage  
Painful and/or lumpy breasts  
Unexplained weight gain  
Cyclical headaches  
Anxiety  
Infertility  
TOTAL BOXES CHECKED*

*If you have checked two or more boxes in this section, go to answer section to find out what type of hormonal imbalance you may have.

 

Women – Section B

Vaginal dryness  
Night Sweats  
Painful intercourse  
Memory problems  
Bladder infections  
Lethargic depression  
Hot flashes  
TOTAL BOXES CHECKED*

*If you have checked two or more boxes in this section, go to answer section to find out what type of hormonal imbalance you may have.

 

Women – Section C

Puffiness and bloating  
Cervical dysplasia (abnormal pap smear)  
Rapid weight gain  
Breast tenderness  
Mood swings  
Heavy bleeding  
Anxious depression  
Migraine headaches  
Insomnia  
Foggy thinking  
Red flush on face  
Gallbladder problems  
Weepiness  
TOTAL BOXES CHECKED*

*If you have checked two or more boxes in this section, go to answer section to find out what type of hormonal imbalance you may have.

 

Women – Section D

The total checked boxes of the symptoms in A and C
TOTAL BOXES CHECKED*

*If you have checked two or more boxes in this section, go to answer section to find out what type of hormonal imbalance you may have.

 

Women – Section E

Acne  
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)  
Excessive hair on the face and arms  
Hypoglycemia and/or unstable blood sugar  
Thinning hair on the head  
Infertility  
Ovarian cysts  
Mid-cycle pain  
TOTAL BOXES CHECKED*

*If you have checked two or more boxes in this section, go to answer section to find out what type of hormonal imbalance you may have.

 

Women – Section F

Debilitating fatigue  
Unstable blood sugar    
Foggy thinking  
Low blood pressure  
Thin and/or dry skin  
Intolerance to exercise  
Brown spots on face  
TOTAL BOXES CHECKED*

*If you have checked two or more boxes in this section, go to answer section to find out what type of hormonal imbalance you may have.

To view answers, CLICK HERE.

To download a PDF of this quiz, CLICK HERE.

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