Estrogen Dominance Symptoms List

Do you suffer from severe premenopausal, perimenopausal or menopausal symptoms?

Does it feel like you’re riding a roller coaster of hormones that’s beyond your control?

You’re not alone.

Now more than ever, women suffer from extreme hormonal imbalance during their premenopausal, perimenopausal and menopausal years.

Why is that?

Because of a little known condition called “estrogen dominance”.

If you don’t know what estrogen dominance is and why it’s having such a disastrous effect on your hormones, you’re not alone. Even some medical professionals are unaware of the condition and how to treat their patients suffering from severe perimenopause symptoms.

Coined by the late, great Dr. John R. Lee, author of What Your Doctor May Not Tell you About Menopauseand What Your Doctor May Not Tell you About Premenopause, “estrogen dominance” refers to the balance of estrogen vs. progesterone in the body.

And while many women think their estrogen levels are declining as they approach menopause, the opposite is often true. Many actually suffer from an abundance of estrogen. Or, they may indeed suffer from declining estrogen levels but their progesterone levels are even lower.

And that imbalance between their estrogen and progesterone levels is making them feel very, very sick.

Full Estrogen Dominance Symptoms List

Let me tell you, the list of symptoms due to this condition is quite extensive. The full estrogen dominance symptoms list includes:

o Headaches

o Accelerated aging

o Allergy symptoms (hives, asthma, rashes, sinus congestion)

o Autoimmune disorders

o Breast Cancer

o Breast tenderness/ painful breasts/ breast cysts/ swollen breasts

o Cervical dysplasia

o Thyroid dysfunction (mimicking as hypothyroidism)

o Copper excess

o Low Libido

o Depression/ Anxiety/ Agitation

o Dry Eyes

o Irregular Periods-

o Endometrial (Uterine) Cancer

o Weight Gain (particularly around the hips, abdomen and thighs)

o Fatigue

o Fibrocystic breasts

o Brain Fog

o Gallbladder Disease

o Hair Loss

o Hypoglycemia

o Increased Blood clotting

o Infertility

o Early onset of menstruation

o Irritability

o Insomnia

o Magnesium deficiency

o Memory Loss

o Mood Swings

o Osteoporosis


o Polycystic ovaries

o Premenopausal bone loss

o Prostate Cancer

o Sluggish metabolism

o Uterine Fibroids

o Uterine cancer

o Water Retention/ bloating-face is flushed

o Zinc deficiency

o Dizziness

o Heavy or irregular bleeding/ Irregular menstrual cycles

o Cramping

o Acne

o Joint pain

Do you suffer from any of these ailments on this estrogen dominance symptoms list? If so, never fear. Estrogen dominance is treatable and sometimes reversible with natural remedies alone.

But it does take some effort on your part. A good diet, exercise, stress management and an elimination of the toxins contributing to the condition are necessary if you want to balance your hormones effectively.