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Estriol is one of the three estrogens produced by the body. Although it's considered to have the least significance due ... more details
Estriol is better known as the weak sister in the estrogen trio (estradiol, estrone and estriol). Although naturally present in the woman’s system throughout her lifetime, the hormone is produced largely during pregnancy. Studies suggest that estriol can help reduce a variety of symptoms associated with perimenopause and menopause, such as hot flashes, vaginal dryness, and bone density. However, an estriol hormonal imbalance can lead to infertility, Down syndrome, Edward’s syndrome, irregular periods, and loss of bone density.
Here at TestCountry, we offer estriol hormone imbalance saliva test kits that are specifically designed to help you assess your estriol levels. Knowing your estriol hormone level will help you understand the symptoms you are experiencing and whether or not they are related to estriol imbalance. Your collected specimen will be sent to an accredited laboratory for analysis and the results will be sent back to you in a few days. It is suggested though that before you take over-the-counter therapy or medication, you should discuss your result to your doctor who may require additional test to validate your symptoms. Your doctor will be able to prescribe appropriate diagnosis about your condition and how it can be treated.