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    high estrogen = nausea?

    true/false?
    feeling nauseous since waking up.

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    Yes, no, sometimes. Maybe you are experiencing morning sickness.
    One way to find out. Get your E2 checked
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    The only way to find out is get it checked op like LB said. Here are other symptoms

    Low Estrogen Side Effects:

    - Osteoporosis (weakened bones) ; (long-term low levels)
    - Poor sex drive
    - Fatigue
    - Lethargy
    - Skin quality diminishes
    - Depression
    - Poor sense of wellbeing & poor quality of life

    High Estrogen Side Effects:

    - Gynecomastia
    - Anxiety & panic attacks
    - Depression
    - Erectile dysfunction
    - Water retention
    - High blood pressure
    - Loss of balance/instability/dizziness
    - Respiratory related concerns
    - Irritability
    - Low libido
    - Insomnia
    - Prostate related issues
    - Crying like a little girl and

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    Quote Originally Posted by clarky. View Post
    The only way to find out is get it checked op like LB said. Here are other symptoms

    Low Estrogen Side Effects:

    - Osteoporosis (weakened bones) ; (long-term low levels)
    - Poor sex drive
    - Fatigue
    - Lethargy
    - Skin quality diminishes
    - Depression
    - Poor sense of wellbeing & poor quality of life

    High Estrogen Side Effects:

    - Gynecomastia
    - Anxiety & panic attacks
    - Depression
    - Erectile dysfunction
    - Water retention
    - High blood pressure
    - Loss of balance/instability/dizziness
    - Respiratory related concerns
    - Irritability
    - Low libido
    - Insomnia
    - Prostate related issues
    - Crying like a little girl and
    any idea why fatigue increases on low estro?

    Quote Originally Posted by lovbyts View Post
    Yes, no, sometimes. Maybe you are experiencing morning sickness.
    One way to find out. Get your E2 checked
    never had it before, Just wanted to make sure before i got bloodwork done again.

    Edit: i am a guy lol wtf isn't morning sickness for pregnant women lol.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Men in Black View Post
    any idea why fatigue increases on low estro?



    never had it before, Just wanted to make sure before i got bloodwork done again.

    Edit: i am a guy lol wtf isn't morning sickness for pregnant women lol.....
    Just checking to see if you are paying attention.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lovbyts View Post
    Just checking to see if you are paying attention.
    so it's high estro lol? or maybe the niacin i took last night, i sort of overdosed, took 2000mg.

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    It isn't estrogen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovbyts View Post
    Yes, no, sometimes. Maybe you are experiencing morning sickness.
    One way to find out. Get your E2 checked
    That's twice you've been funny lately. You ok?
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