I have puffy nips with a small hard non painful lump under each nip. Never been on dat dere. BF is not more than 15%.
Now, assuming it's simply due to too much estrogen - how can I test this? What is actually involved in getting a test done, and then what is involved in fixing it?
Anyone had any experience with this?
04-30-2012, 02:37 PM #1
How do you know if you have excess estrogen?
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can grow one
Hit puberty at like 12. Had puffy nips growing up, but don't think there was ever a lump. Was never this bad and it pretty much went away until recently.
I'm guessing those are all against having high estrogen, but I also read; excess belly fat, hard to build muscle as symptoms. Fat gut and small arms. Either ****ty genetics, or bad training/diet, but maybe a symptom?
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OP if you're genuinely interested, go to your doctor and ask for a blood test. He might not give you one if you're just "curious" so make some **** up about low sex drive, fatigue...etc. You'll give them some blood, and your doctor will send you a letter in the mail with the results in a week. You'll then find out that everything is completely normal, your doctor will not put you on any kind of hormone therapy, and if you persist you will end up injecting chemicals into your ass that you ordered from shady internet sites.
What you shouldn't do is listen to misc doctors telling you to estimate your various hormone levels by your muscle mass, hair, voice, or other physical qualities. They're retarded.
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04-30-2012, 02:55 PM #12
If you're experiencing symptoms that are negatively effecting you in your life, and you believe they may be hormone caused, go to your doctor and tell him. Hell tell you everything you need to know, but he'll probably lol at you since the only people obsessed with hormone levels and nipple lumps are people on this site.
Maybe your lumps aren't even hormone related, maybe it's cancer. You have no idea, but the internet is probably the worst place on earth to ever get medical advice, especially for something as serious as hormone regulation.
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Also, if you would bulk correctly for five years, don't get too fat, force feed, and lift heavy and progressively..
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They're all questions your doctor will give you a good answer for, but you'll get a bunch of nonsense from the internet that will make you believe that you require immediate hormone therapy before you grow a vagina.
I'm not trying to downplay your distress and say that what you're worried about is stupid. It's not. If it bothers you then it may be a very well be a problem. But hormone problems/treatments are a very serious thing, and here you'll get either a bunch of people telling you to man up and lift/eat more, sexist comments, or anything else besides good advice. Only your doctor will give you that. I'm trying to guide you in that direction because i used to have all these questions too when i was slightly younger. Ended up talking to my doctor a about it, he pretty much told me that i was a moron and that it would go away soon. It did. I'm happy. But i can't give you that advice because I'm not a doctor, and you might have a different case.
EDIT2: Another possibility. Lets assume it does indicate that you have abnormally high estrogen levels (i don't know if it really does). Those abnormal levels can be caused by a serious endocrine problem, or maybe it means that your diet is whack. Nobody here can tell you that. You may need hormone therapy, or you may just need to eat better. There really is no way anyone here can give you such information, but it's obviously important to you. So go to a doctor, tell him whats bothering you, and he will help you, that's his job.
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