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What happens to estrogen levels if you stop getting your period, but used to have normal periods?

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Dr. Bryan Treacy
Gynecology

In brief: It's all estrogen!

Most of the time, if you've stopped having menstrual periods, your estrogen levels are below 40.
Menopause is the most common reason, but certainly is not the only reason for absent periods. Hormone evaluations are a must in this situation.

In brief: It's all estrogen!

Most of the time, if you've stopped having menstrual periods, your estrogen levels are below 40.
Menopause is the most common reason, but certainly is not the only reason for absent periods. Hormone evaluations are a must in this situation.
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