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Can depression cause hormonal imbalance in females?


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replied May 3rd, 2014
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It is quite the opposite. Hormonal imbalance can cause depression in females. Depression is always a result.A condition called PMDD premenstrual dysphoric disorder, due to hormonal imbalances of ovarian hormones, serotonin and psychosocial neurotransmitters. I want you to seek a psychiatrist and let them help you with the best plan for you. It will be medicines and some therapies sessions like cognitive behavioural, Acupuncture,Relaxation techniques,Light therapy andSleep deprivation etc.
Consult a psychiatrist and let them help you.
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replied May 5th, 2014
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It is quite the opposite. Hormonal imbalance can cause depression. Depression is a psychologic and it affects hardly the hormonal depots directly that is hypothalamus and pituitary and adrenals. Epinephrine surges can occur and that lead to further irritability and sleeplessness. Menstrual irregularities and psychological trauma can cause that too. Depression does not directly cause hormonal imbalance.
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replied May 28th, 2014
Depression can create hormonal dis balance but a question always come into the mind that depression is mental disorder why it occur such imbalance like sexual disorder i suggest first you consult any gynecologist then visit any councilor for your treatment.
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