Why Is It Important To Measure Estrogen Blood Levels? Part 2 of 2

Why Is It Important To Measure Estradiol Blood Levels?

 

3. YOU CAN’T JUST GO BY “HOW YOU FEEL!”

I strongly endorse monitoring estradiol and testosterone blood levels to ensure appropriate dosage and effectiveness of hormone therapy. Monitoring estradiol levels in thousands of women since 1986 has led me to develop more precise hormone regimens producing blood levels comparable to a low physiologic range. As noted earlier, monitoring blood levels is especially important with topical therapy. Most post- menopausal women who see me initially have NEVER had their estrogen level checked!

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Mary’s Story: A Myriad of Medications

Dr Johnson Patient

Women in their forties or fifties are often in the “sandwich” generation with responsibilities for children and husbands while caring for aging parents. It’s further compounded if they work outside the home. They may have been previously adept at this type of multitasking but now find themselves “overwhelmed.” These are obvious symptoms that get your attention and affect your productivity and well-being.

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