I had a hysterectomy 2 years ago ( have ovaries)... I was fine and now I am experiencing all kinds of symptoms..
night sweats, hot flashes, itching, brain fog, and NO SEX DRIVE. I am 37, good health... I had everything checked... sugar levels, thyroid etc.. all came back good. I had hormone levels checked and estrogen came bac at 27. Doc said this is low and had more blood work done 2 weeks later...estrogen was within range. Test level was on low side but in range..... So what is the normal range? I feel like he dismissed me and didn't bother to call me back in to talk to me about options.. I don't feel like myself and feel like he is not listening. I am getting another Doc of course but I want to know what is normal and what I should look for in a Doc. So tired of wasting my time ...speaking of tired... NO sleep. By the way I expressed to his office how I felt and that I was disappointed and never heard from him.
Can anyone help??????
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