A member asked:

What are healthy blood levels of estrogen when on hormone replacement therapy?

A doctor has provided 1 answer

Invalid: There is no validity to following blood estrogen levels in order to adjust the dosage of hormone replacement. At age 32, I would not expect that you should need hormone replacement, unless you went through early menopause or had surgical removal of your ovaries. In postmenopausal women the dose is adjusted based on symptoms (hot flashes, sleep issues), not blood levels.

Answered 9/8/2015



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