Women and Estrogen
Scientific Amercian Mind
February 6, 2006
by Sara Todd Davidson
When estrogen levels shift during puberty, big mentral cycles, or menapause, it is the sharp variation in the estrogen levels; not the low estrogen level that might cause depression.Douma has been studying this problem in Canada and she thinks that unless the physician takes the time to stabilize the hormore level,
the patient does not get rid of the imblance and therefore stays depressed for longer than she should be.What do you think?