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Re: Superficial recurrent fissures - can't get diagnosis

Postby Shania213 » 22 Oct 2015, 06:21

Hi All,

going back to the hormonal discussion. Earlier on this year I was told I have low estrogen. I still have it and my periods have stopped. Now my stool is hard despite eating a very well balanced diet with a normal fibre intake. Or the stool goes fine through the intestine then stops inside the anal canal and doesn't come out hence the fissure.

Im just wondering if the low estrogen has caused all of this!

Anyone else with similar issues?
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Re: Superficial recurrent fissures - can't get diagnosis

Postby Deleted User 4175 » 22 Oct 2015, 09:35

That's interesting. Did your gp prescribe anything for low estrogen?
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Re: Superficial recurrent fissures - can't get diagnosis

Postby Savaici » 22 Oct 2015, 11:44

Have a read of this thread from Scientist:

post116811.html?hilit=Estrogen#p116811

Of course, low estrogen in your body is different, and you should see a gynecologist for this, Shania.
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