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Increasingly, Lyme patients are being diagnosed with hormonal imbalances that are complicating their illness. Because hormones are important for regulating the immune system, treatment of these imbalances can be a necessary component to treating Lyme disease.

It is worthwhile for Lyme patients to be evaluated for thyroid, adrenal and pituitary disorders by a physician knowledgeable in these conditions. Typically, endocrinologists are the physicians who diagnose and treat hormone irregularities. However, it can be difficult to find an endocrinologist who uses bio-identical hormones and/or growth hormone, and many doctors in the holistic field are taking this approach. Patients and compounding pharmacies are good places to turn for referrals.

General Links:

Hormones & Lyme patients
Lyme and menstrual cycles
Treating Hormonal Deficiencies
Body Logic MD
Endocrine Web
Know your endocrine system
Hormone Therapy
Bio-identical Hormone FAQ
Compounding Pharmacies
Hormone FAQ
About Hormones
More Hormone FAQ


Your Thyroid
Protocols for Underactive Thyroid
Lyme & Wilsons Syndrome
Wilsons Syndrome
Armour Thyroid
Thyroid Meds
CFS and Thyroid function
Breathing and low thyroid

Pregnenolone & DHEA:

Pregnenolone: The Grandmother of All Steroid Hormones
DHEA & Pregnenolone FAQ
Pregnenolone Product Info

Human Growth Hormone:

Growth Hormone Deficiency
Growth Hormone Deficiency in Chronic Illness
Growth Hormone Test
Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency
HGH Research
The Growth Hormone Approach
Growth Hormone Info
GH Deficiency in Adults
Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency
Diagnosis of GH Deficiency


A critical hormone
Adrenal Fatigue treatment
Adrenal Fatigue
Adrenal Insufficiency

Estrogen & Progesterone:

Women's Health
Estrogen: The Misunderstood Hormone
Natural Progesterone


Men's Health
Testosterone for Fibromyalgia
Male Menopause/Andropause
Testosterone Syndrome Book
The Andropause Mystery


Melatonin Central
Tick-Tock Your Body's Clock
Sleep and Rejuvenation

More Info:

Hormones in CFS
Hormone Longevity Center
Lyme and pituitary adenoma
Neurotransmitters and hormones
Bio-identical Hormones
Super Hormones
Pituitary FAQ
Hormones and Aging
Natural Hormone Clinic
The Schwarzbein Principle
Aeron Life Cycles Lab
Great Smokies Lab