Do You Have Hormonal Imbalance?

Estrogen Dominance Check - Results

You are likely to be suffering from Estrogen Dominance.


But What Is Excess Estrogen?

Estrogen is produced in our adrenal glands, ovaries and fat tissues however most of our estradiol, in pre-menopausal women, is produced in our ovaries. The main job of estradiol is to mature and maintain the female reproductive system. If your body produces too much estrogen, specifically too much estradiol, this can cause a long list of symptoms. In slightly elevated estradiol levels you may have acne, constipation, loss of libido and depression. Really high levels of estradiol can trigger uterine and breast cancer, infertility, weight gain, stroke and heart attacks.

A phrase that is increasing in popularity is Estrogen Dominance. Estrogen dominance doesn’t necessarily mean you have an exceedingly high level of estrogen it is simply saying that your balance of estrogen and progesterone is out of balance.

And Low Estrogen?

Estrogen is produced in our adrenal glands, ovaries and fat tissues however most of our estradiol, in pre-menopausal women, is produced in our ovaries. The main job of estradiol is to mature and maintain the female reproductive system. If you have low estrogen levels you probably just don't feel right. You might not be able to put your finger on exactly what is wrong but you know something is out of balance. You might feel a bit depressed, tired, moody, not feel like sex, and be complaining of headaches, night sweats and hot flushes. Low Estrogen could be a sign that menopause is on its way or it could be a sign of ovarian cysts or ovarian failure.

What About Excess Androgens?

Estrogen is produced in our adrenal glands, ovaries and fat tissues however most of our estradiol, in pre-menopausal women, is produced in our ovaries. The main job of estradiol is to mature and maintain the female reproductive system. If you have low estrogen levels you probably just don't feel right. You might not be able to put your finger on exactly what is wrong but you know something is out of balance. You might feel a bit depressed, tired, moody, not feel like sex, and be complaining of headaches, night sweats and hot flushes. Low Estrogen could be a sign that menopause is on its way or it could be a sign of ovarian cysts or ovarian failure.

And Low Androgens?

Estrogen is produced in our adrenal glands, ovaries and fat tissues however most of our estradiol, in pre-menopausal women, is produced in our ovaries. The main job of estradiol is to mature and maintain the female reproductive system. If you have low estrogen levels you probably just don't feel right. You might not be able to put your finger on exactly what is wrong but you know something is out of balance. You might feel a bit depressed, tired, moody, not feel like sex, and be complaining of headaches, night sweats and hot flushes. Low Estrogen could be a sign that menopause is on its way or it could be a sign of ovarian cysts or ovarian failure.

Estrogen Dominance is one of the more misunderstood hormone imbalances yet it is arguably the MOST common hormone condition that women experience in their lifetime. With this in mind we created a book that is dedicated to Estrogen Dominance. To find out more visit www.PowerOfHormones.com/estrogen-evergreen
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