Estrogen Baddies Club

Does this sound like you?

Are you dancing to the estrogen cha-cha, experiencing a few too many symptoms like breast tenderness, headaches, unwelcome weight gain, and a menstrual cycle that can't seem to make up its mind? You might even have some unwelcome fibrocystic lumps or fibroids setting up camp.

Based on the smart fertility analysis™, you likely have:

High or imbalanced estrogen levels

What is estrogen all about?

Well, here's the lowdown on estrogen: it's like a "Goldilocks" hormone – too much or too little, and things start to go a bit haywire. And here's the kicker – too little estrogen isn't great for your fertility either. So, the suggestions we're about to share come with a big neon sign: "Test, don't guess!" It's okay to give your estrogen metabolism pathways a little boost, but if those pesky symptoms are persistent, you've got to get those hormones tested.

Now, about those tests – it's not as straightforward as asking your doc to simply check your estrogen levels. We'll dive into testing and the marvelous world of estrogen metabolism pathways soon. But for now, you can request your doc to measure estradiol on the 3rd day of your cycle (that's CD day 3 for the lingo). Ideal CD day 3 estradiol levels should dance around 40-50 pg/ml or 146-183 pmol/L.

If your levels are busting out of this range, you're in the Estrogen Baddies Club. But trust us, detoxifying excess estrogen isn't as simple as popping a pill. Our hero, Estro-Reset, does wonders by getting all those estrogen pathways back online, but there's a world of nuances that only testing can reveal.

How does this affect fertility?

Now, let's talk fertility. High estrogen often invites its pals, fibroids, to the uterus party. They're not cancerous, but they sure know how to hog space and don't leave room for a baby to set up shop. But the party doesn't end there. High estrogen can throw your egg game into disarray, making them pop out too early or not develop properly due to hormonal domination. The other potential hiccup? Short cycles that mean more frequent, unwanted surprises from Aunt Flo. Not ideal, right? This rollercoaster also makes it trickier for a fertilized embryo to stick around and grow. In a nutshell, too much estrogen is a big "no" for fertility. It's all about Goldilocks – you need just the right amount of estrogen for top-notch eggs and a shot at a healthy, viable embryo. So, let's dance to the tune of "just right" estrogen for a fertility story with a happy ending!

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About Dr. Aumatma

Madre Fertility Co-Founder

With an emphasis on hormonal harmony, increased mental and emotional well-being, and overall physical health improvement, Dr. Aumatma Simmons has helped thousands of couples achieve fertility success.

15-year, double-board certified Naturopathic Doctor and Endocrinologist

Best-selling author, host of the Egg Meets Sperm postcast

2015 & 2020 "Best Naturopathic Medicine Doctor" locally

2021 & 2021 top "Women in Medicine" doctor

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