Estrogen (Oestrogen) Profile Test (E1,E2 & E3)

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The Estrogen (Oestrogen) Profile Test (E1, E2 & E3) is a saliva test that measures the levels of three estrogen hormones: Estrone (E1), Estradiol (E2), and Estriol (E3) both in men and women. Here is a breakdown of the three estrogen hormones measured in the test:

  • Estrone (E1): This estrogen hormone is primarily produced after menopause, but it is also present in smaller amounts before menopause. It helps maintain bone density and overall hormonal balance.
  • Estradiol (E2): Estradiol is the most potent and prevalent form of estrogen. It is primarily produced during a woman's reproductive years and is responsible for the development and maintenance of female reproductive organs and secondary sexual characteristics. Estradiol levels fluctuate throughout the menstrual cycle and decline during menopause.
  • Estriol (E3): Estriol is the weakest form of estrogen and is mainly produced during pregnancy. It has a protective effect on breast tissue and is important for maintaining a healthy pregnancy.

Key Features

  • Saliva-based Test: The test uses saliva samples for measuring the levels of three estrogen hormones: Estrone (E1), Estradiol (E2), and Estriol (E3). Saliva testing is non-invasive and can be easily done at home, providing convenience and comfort.
  • Suitable for Both Men and Women: The test is designed to assess estrogen hormone levels in both men and women, as estrogen plays important roles in various aspects of health for both genders.
  • Hormone Balance Assessment: The test helps evaluate the balance of estrogen hormones in the body. By measuring the levels of E1, E2, and E3, it provides insights into potential imbalances and helps identify any abnormalities or fluctuations that may contribute to symptoms or health conditions.
  • Comprehensive Test Results: After the laboratory receives your sample, you can expect to receive your test results within 3-5 working days. The results present your hormone levels in graphical and numerical formats, making it easier to understand and interpret the data. Additionally, a Hormone Specialist PhD provides comments and analysis on your hormone levels, offering insights and recommendations for further actions.
  • Convenient Sample Collection: The test kit allows you to collect samples from the comfort of your own home. It typically includes everything you need for sample collection, ensuring a hassle-free process.
  • Suitable for Adults and Children: The test is suitable for individuals of all ages, including both adults and children, enabling hormone assessment across different age groups.
  • Long Expiry Date: The test kit must be used within 12 months after the purchase date, providing ample time for individuals to collect and send their samples for analysis.
  • All-Inclusive Price: The test kit includes a laboratory fee, meaning there are no additional costs or taxes associated with the laboratory analysis.
  • Shipping Responsibility: Customers are responsible for shipping their samples to the laboratory. This ensures that the samples reach the lab promptly for analysis.
  • How and when to Collect your saliva samples: Saliva Testing Instructions
  • Click to see >> Sample Saliva Test Result Report
  • Discount: Get a 15% discount when you purchase any combination of three tests, whether they are from the same collection or different collections. To avail of this offer, just use the "HLUKWS" discount code during checkout.

Estrogen symptoms refer to the various signs and symptoms that can occur due to an imbalance or fluctuation in estrogen levels. These symptoms can manifest in both males and females, although they are more commonly associated with females. Some common estrogen symptoms listed below.

Symptoms of Female Estrogen Hormone Imbalance

Symptoms of female estrogen hormone imbalance can vary from person to person, and their severity can also differ. Here are some common symptoms that may be associated with an estrogen hormone imbalance:

  • Poor concentration: Difficulty focusing or experiencing mental fog.
  • Tender or fibrocystic breasts: Breast tenderness, swelling, or the presence of non-cancerous lumps.
  • Bloating: Abdominal bloating and discomfort.
  • Bone loss: Decreased bone density, which may increase the risk of osteoporosis.
  • Decreased fertility: Challenges in conceiving or difficulties with the menstrual cycle.
  • Depression: Feelings of sadness, hopelessness, or a lack of interest in previously enjoyed activities.
  • Hot flashes: Sudden, intense waves of heat, often accompanied by sweating and flushing of the skin.
  • Heavy or painful periods: Experiencing excessively heavy or prolonged menstrual bleeding or significant menstrual pain.
  • Irregular periods: Menstrual cycles that are unpredictable or inconsistent in terms of timing and flow.
  • Irritability: Increased irritability, moodiness, or emotional sensitivity.
  • Loss of muscle mass: Decreased muscle tone or difficulty in maintaining muscle strength.
  • Low libido: Decreased sexual desire or interest in sexual activity.
  • Memory lapses: Difficulty with memory, concentration, or experiencing "brain fog."
  • Mood swings: Unpredictable changes in mood, often characterized by emotional highs and lows.
  • Obstructed bile secretion or function: Issues related to bile production and flow, potentially leading to digestive problems.
  • Sleep disturbances: Insomnia, difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep, or experiencing disrupted sleep patterns.
  • Uterine bleeding: Abnormal or excessive bleeding from the uterus.
  • Vaginal dryness: Insufficient vaginal lubrication, leading to discomfort or pain during sexual intercourse.
  • Acne or oily skin: Increased occurrence of acne breakouts or excessively oily skin.

                                    Symptoms of Male Estrogen Hormone Imbalance 

                                    Symptoms of male estrogen hormone imbalance can vary from person to person, and the severity of symptoms can differ as well. Here are some common symptoms that may be associated with an estrogen hormone imbalance in males:

                                    • Decreased mental clarity: Difficulty with focus, concentration, or experiencing cognitive fog.
                                    • Decreased muscle strength: Reduction in muscle mass, strength, or endurance.
                                    • Decreased stamina: Decreased physical endurance or energy levels.
                                    • Decreased urine flow: Weaker or reduced urinary stream during urination.
                                    • Erectile dysfunction: Difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection during sexual activity.
                                    • Hot flashes: Sudden, intense waves of heat, often accompanied by sweating and flushing of the skin.
                                    • Increased abdominal fat: Accumulation of fat around the midsection or development of a "beer belly" appearance.
                                    • Increased urge to urinate: Frequent or urgent need to urinate.
                                    • Irritability: Increased irritability, moodiness, or emotional sensitivity.
                                    • Low sex drive: Decreased sexual desire or interest in sexual activity.
                                    • Mood swings: Unpredictable changes in mood, often characterized by emotional highs and lows.
                                    • Night sweats: Excessive sweating during sleep, leading to damp bedding and disrupted sleep.
                                    • Poor concentration: Difficulty focusing or experiencing mental fog.
                                    • Sleep disturbances: Insomnia, difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep, or experiencing disrupted sleep patterns.

                                                            Estrogen, also known as oestrogen, is a vital hormone involved in various aspects of sexual and reproductive function in both males and females. It plays a significant role in the development and maintenance of secondary sexual characteristics, regulation of the menstrual cycle, and overall reproductive health.

                                                            One of the key functions of estrogen is its role as an anti-oxidant and neuroprotective agent. It helps protect cells from oxidative stress and supports the health of the nervous system. Estrogen is also closely associated with bone growth and maintenance, playing a crucial role in bone density and reducing the risk of osteoporosis.

                                                            However, estrogen imbalance can have significant effects on health. High or low levels of estrogen can disrupt normal physiological processes and lead to various symptoms. Estrogen is also suspected to be involved in the development and progression of certain cancers, particularly breast and uterine endometrial cancer.

                                                            To ensure that estrogen hormones are properly balanced, it may be beneficial to consider an Estrogen (Oestrogen) Profile Test. By analyzing the levels of these estrogen hormones, the Estrogen (Oestrogen) Profile Test can provide valuable insights into hormonal balance and potential imbalances that may contribute to various symptoms. It is a useful tool for identifying estrogen-related issues and guiding appropriate interventions to restore hormonal equilibrium.

                                                             

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