Yep…and if you happen to be a man reading this right now…you produce Estrogen. Of course the amounts produced are very low, compared to your opposite sex, but it’s a fact. And since we do, our levels may not always remain the same and therefore can affect our bodies in different ways.
Women might want to consider an Estrogen Test if they are having symptoms such as heart pounding or racing, hot flashes, night sweats, skin flushing, decreased interest in sex, irregular menstrual periods, mood swings with irritability, depression, and/or anxiety, vaginal dryness and painful sexual intercourse.
It can also help identify estrogen-producing tumors of the ovaries in girls before menstruation starts or in women after menopause.
Men might want to consider the Estrogen Test to help explain abnormal sexual characteristics, such as enlarged breasts. Also, this test can help detect the presence of estrogen-producing tumors growing in the testicles.
Men might want to consider a Testosterone Test if they are having problems fathering a child (infertility), experiencing decreased sex drive, or are having trouble getting or maintaining an erection (Erectile Dysfunction, also known as ED). Also, it may help determine the cause of osteoporosis in men.
Women might want to consider a Testosterone Test if they are having irregular menstrual periods, decreased sex drive, or to find out why they are developing male characteristics, such as excessive hair on the face or body (hirsutism) or a deep voice.
So if you are concerned and/or have not checked your levels in a few years – it couldn’t be easier – just click here to get started.