Depression can be another symptom of hormonal imbalance. Anxiety and depression can occur just before a woman’s menstrual cycle, during pregnancy, and in menopause.
In the case of more frequent anxiety attacks, talk to an endocrinologist.
3. Breast changes
A low level of estrogen can make your breast tissue less dense. A high level of this hormone can cause lumps or cysts.
If you notice breast changes or you feel a lump in your breast, don’t delay in consulting a doctor.
2. Hair loss
Excessive hair loss is one of the most common symptoms of a hormone imbalance. Even if the best shampoos don’t help to reduce the amount of hair left behind in your brush, you should get your hormone levels tested.
1. Unwanted hair
While some women are trying to stop hair loss, others are looking for ways to get rid of them.
Dark hair on the breasts, face, hands, or other parts of the body where hair is normally absent or minimal can indicate that there are serious hormonal problems.