Frequently Asked Questions
When should my child see an endocrinologist?
How long does a child take growth hormone?
Your doctor may send you to a pediatric endocrinologist if your child has growth failure or short stature, even without any other signs or symptoms. This is a doctor who specializes in the growth and hormones of children. The endocrinologist will ask about the growth of your child and will do a careful examination.
Can stress cause endocrine disorders?
Although it takes about 3 to 6 months to realize any differences in height, the important thing is that your child can grow within the first 6 months of starting care, probably 1 to 2 inches. You may notice a few other things: Your child will quickly outgrow his or her shoes.
What can I drink to balance my hormones?
Any of these stressful responses can lead to endocrine disorders such as Graves' disease, psychosexual dwarfism, gonadal dysfunction, and obesity. Stress may also alter the clinical status of many pre-existing endocrine disorders, such as adrenal crisis precipitation and thyroid storm precipitation.
Your liver is responsible for the metabolism of hormones and the detoxification mechanism of your body, which also depends on certain minerals and nutrients. Herbal tea infusion, such as tulsi or dandelion root tea, can help in the liver detox process for optimal hormone balance and reduce stress.