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Sudden weight gain. History of total hysterectomy . On Estradiol for migraines. Suggest

Hello! I had a total hysterectomy in June 2012. My doctor started me on Estradiol 1mg- due to migraines, I take it every other day. In the past 2 months I have suddenly gained about 8 pounds-all in my midsection. There has been no change in diet or exercise. Do I need additional supplements to the Estradiol or should I stop taking it?
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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You have undergone total hysterectomy and you are suffering from migraine it is not advisable to stop any harmone replacement therapy like the one (Estradiol) you are taking right now.weight gain is one of the side effect of Estradiol.need not bother. there is no need to change your diet.follow the same quantity of food but at intervals.(example- same quanity split into 5 times a day instead of 3 times) and increase your physical activities.this will definitely solve your issue.
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