A new study published in the February 5, 2009, edition of the New England Journal of Medicine, found that women who take Estrogen-Progestin combination hormone therapy for more than five years suffer a doubling of their risk of getting breast cancer and the risk doubles again every additional twelve months they continue to take the […]
I am strongly opposed to the FDA’s policy to eliminate the access of compounded hormone medications that contain estriol to doctors and their patients. This is an intrusion into the doctor-patient relationship.
Hormones Tested Estrone Estradiol Estriol Progesterone DHEA Testosterone The Comprehensive Female Hormone Test is a safe and reliable lab test that uses a simple either blood serum or a saliva sample to measure your levels of Estrogen ( all three types: estradiol, estrone, estriol), Progesterone, Testosterone, and DHEA which are vital to a woman’s hormonal balance. Reasons […]
Female Hormone Profile is a safe, easy-to-use, noninvasive and reliable lab test that uses a simple saliva sample to measure your levels of Estrogen ( all three types: estradiol, estrone, estriol), Progesterone, Testosterone, and DHEA which are vital to a woman’s hormonal balance.
Reasons to take this test:
Menopausal and Perimenopausal Symptoms, Stress, Fatigue, Moodiness, Insomnia, Memory Weakness, Decreased Sexual Desire, Decreased Sexual Stimulation, Thinning and Loss of Pubic Hair, and Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) Monitoring.
Estriol is considered the “forgotten” estrogen. Is has been labeled historically in the US as a weak or ineffective estrogen, while in Europe Estriol has been recognized for its benefits and has been used for years. With recent articles and studies stating that women using traditional estrogen therapy for five or more years have a 30 to 40% increased risk of cancer, the need to use a safer form of estrogen seems crucial. Estriol is the best choice. It has never been associated with cancer activity in the female body, but has been shown to prevent or even reverse Breast Cancer.