Posts Tagged "bioidentical hormones"

Hormone Allergy and Asthma

Posted by on Dec 27, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

Why does my asthma get worse as I get further into menopause? Why is it worse during “hot flashs”? Dear Mrs. W.: As you get older your hormone levels go down. This makes you more “reactive”. You will begin to react in an “allergic” fashion to the postmenopausal hormone progesterone. You can block that hormone allergy using my ProCALM Drops. Order those and we will send you a copy of my book, Maybe It Is All In Your Head, at no charge. We correct this using blood studies to determine your hormone imbalance and then using bioidentical hormones to correct any...

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ACNE-HORMONAL

Posted by on Dec 26, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

Do you treat hormonal acne? Dear J.C.: We do treat hormonal acne. In fact, I think all acne is hormonal. Teen age boys with acne are having an allergic reaction to the testosterone that comes out in larger quantities through the skin on the face, chest and across the top of their shoulders. It is much more obvious in girls who can react in the same areas, but more on the chin and the bridge of the nose and cheeks. I say it is more obvious that there is a hormone connection because most girls note that their acne gets worse the week before their period. Most didn’t have skin problems...

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Interstitial Cystitis

Posted by on Dec 11, 2010 in interstitial cystitis, interstitial cystitis treatment | Comments Off

IC, painful intercourse, worse with orgasm, pain increases before period, on estrogen (feels better at higher doses) and also takes progesterone. Dear LW: Check the blog entries on my site. Hundreds of women have used my ProCALM drops to combat the discomfort of IC. Essentially you describe a hormone allergy. Progesterone is most active just before your period and when you ovulate. High levels of estrogen block its effect. I suggest you keep taking your estradiol but stop the progesterone at once. Get some ProCALM drops and call me when they arrive. We will send you a copy of my book Maybe...

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Interstitial cystitis treatment

Posted by on Dec 8, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

My illness started two years ago when I believe I started into meonpause. I was 51 and my sympotms were urgency and frequency. The pain in my bladder started getting worse and became intolerable. Pain could be a 10. Been to many doctors and have had a hysterectomy that was precancer. I have been fighting an illness I believe is hormonal based/thyroid related. My diet is restricted to vegetables and meats. I drink purified water and chamomile tea. That is it. I still struggle with vaginal pain and thyroid symptoms and my body vibrates and hums especially at night. I am at my wits ends. I feel...

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ProCALM Drops Stopped Period

Posted by on Nov 23, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

Dear Dr. Roby, Seven years ago I was involved in a car accident and since then I have had chronic pains in my pelvic region. I have done a lot of tests and they came back normal so my doctors suspected that I may have damage nerves. I have tried more natural approaches such as acupuncture and yoga but nothing works. I have a lot of burning and pain during urination and constant stabbing pain in the pelvic region every moment I am awake. I am begging my doctors to just remove my bladder and womb as I feel the pains are coming from there. Presently I am on Prozac, Valium, Elavil, Detrusitol,...

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IC and Hormone Treatment

Posted by on Nov 23, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

Dear Dr Roby. Good Day to you. I have got the tests you requested. serum Testosterone levels; Total 0.06 ng/ml (0.03 – 0.48) serum Testosterone free .7 (.3 – 7) estradiol level 27.53 pg/ml (6 – 276) serum progesterone level 0.03ng/ml DHEA 45.00micro gm/dl (35.40 – 256.00) FT3 2.77 pg/ml (1.80 – 4.60) FT4 1.30 ng/dl (0.93 – 1.70) T.S.H. 3.88 mic IU (0.27 – 4.20) I have been using the ProCALM 5 with good results for several weeks. My IC pain is considerably improved. I tried the ProCALM 3 (stronger) and the pain got worse. Since I am almost out of the ProCALM 5...

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Interstitial Cystitis Treatment with HRT

Posted by on Nov 23, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

I am a 54 year old female who is still getting her period about every 30 days for 5 days. I was diagnosed with interstitial cystitis in 1998 by using salt test and prescribed Elmiron at that time. Within one month my symptoms were gone. I stayed on Elmiron for 1 year and have not had an episode of IC in 12 years. I recently August 2010 went on bioidentical hormones for perimenopausal symptoms; estradiol/progesterone/testosterone creme I apply for 1st 25 days of my cycle. Dosage is 4/4/50 with a delivery of 2/2/25. I am experiencing an exacerbation of my IC symptoms and do not know what to...

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Interstitial Cystitis and Airborne Allergy

Posted by on Nov 16, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

I am currently on the prescription drug elmiron and I have been diagnosed with IC and Fibromyalgia and RA I had a very bad case of IC a year ago and now I am keeping it under control I am 54 years old and also have an overactive bladder My urologist wanted me to go on Allegra for allergy would that help my condition? My daughter is also diagnosed with IC she is 32 Dear Mrs. C.: C.: While I find that IC is primarily caused by hormone allergy it is certainly aggravated by airborne allergy. It is also aggravated by stress, fatigue and food allergy. Certainly Allegra might help and it certainly...

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Interstitial Cystitis

Posted by on Nov 11, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

Hello Dr. Roby. Do you remember me? I am in Trinidad. I got the ProCALM Drops and gave it to my girlfriend. Whenever she used it, it worked for a couple of hours. There was no pain from her bladder whatsoever. I thought it was a miracle. The problem was that it only lasted a few hours. Then she had a seizure and has not had a period since. She was hospitalized for the seizure and has not taken any ProCALM Drops since. As you can see, nothing worked for her. I wonder if Dr. Roby would be kind enough to advise her. She is in so much pain she is trying to get her bladder removed by surgery.I...

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Hormone Allergy

Posted by on Nov 11, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

I would like to find out if I have hormone allergy. Thank you for your reply! Dear Mrs. A.: I suggest you go to any commercial lab and get tested for the hormones I include in the attached lab request (estadiol, testosterone free and total, progesterone and DHEA). You can check for hormone allergy to progesterone and estrogen by ordering the ProCALM Drops from my website store. When you order the drops we will send you a copy of my book, Maybe It Is All In Your Head And You Are Not Really Crazy. We correct hormone allergy using drops under the tongue and prescribing bioidentical hormone...

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