The signs of hormonal imbalance in both men and women are low libido, fatigue, insomnia, hot flashes and night sweats. Symptoms exclusive to women include premenstrual syndrome, fibrosis and endometriosis, while symptoms exclusive to men include erectile dysfunction, hair loss and gynecomastia, states BodyLodgicMD.
In women, premenstrual syndrome is a hormonal cause of fatigue and mood swings, reports Mayo Clinic. In the case of premenstrual syndrome brought on by hormonal imbalance, antidepressants and hormonal contraceptives are the best options for treatment. Endometriosis is a disorder in which tissue that is meant to line the inside of the uterus grows outside of the uterus. Medroxyprogesterone and danazol are used as hormone therapy for this condition.
Gynecomastia is the development of breasts in men due to either too much estrogen or too little testosterone. The glandular tissue inside the breast swells and creates a breast bud, which can be confused for breast cancer. Gynecomastia occurs in men of all ages due to natural hormonal changes and hormonal changes caused by cancer or medications. Gynecomastia caused by hormonal changes during puberty usually goes away within two years. Gynecomastia caused by other means usually requires hormonal treatment, but some cases also require surgery, explains WebMD.