Estrogen Reset Quiz Results

Estrogen Reset Quiz Results

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Thanks for taking our hormone balance quiz.

You may have a hormonal imbalance for the following:

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Low Progesterone

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High Estrogen

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Low Progesterone

It's very likely that you have low progesterone levels.

Progesterone is another steroid hormone that works hand in hand with estrogen as its counterbalance partner. It's important to balance out your progesterone levels. Progesterone's role is to regulate the uterine lining (i.e., it keeps the lining from getting too thick), mood and sleep. Low progesterone levels often cause infertility, miscarriages, night sweats, sleeplessness, PMS and irregular menstrual cycles. It's also common for women to experience painful and/or swollen breasts, heavy or painful periods, bloating, easily disrupted sleep, or itchy or restless legs. Healthy progesterone levels are needed to conceive and maintain a healthy pregnancy.

 

What can you do?

It's best to first confirm the diagnosis by finding a doctor who can test your saliva for progesterone levels on day 19-21 of your cycle. Blood serum tests are often not accurate enough as they don't show the unbound or bio-available amount of progesterone.

You can also order the tests yourself online by going to YourLabwork. I outlined many of the test markers that impact your hormones. The DUTCH test is the most comprehensive and accurate test for measuring progesterone levels.

There are natural ways of boosting your progesterone levels with nutrition. I invite you to watch (free) video lectures from my Cooking for Balance program. You will get a sneak peek into the full course, which I created to help women learn how to find hormonal balance with the right nutrition.

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Low Progesterone

It looks unlikely that you have low progesterone levels. That is really great.

Progesterone is another steroid hormone that works hand in hand with estrogen as its counterbalance partner. Progesterone's role is to regulate the uterine lining (i.e., it keeps the lining from getting too thick), mood and sleep. Low progesterone levels often cause infertility, night sweats, sleeplessness, PMS and irregular menstrual cycles. It's also common for women to experience painful and/or swollen breasts, heavy or painful periods, bloating, easily disrupted sleep or itchy or restless legs. Healthy progesterone levels are needed to conceive and maintain a healthy pregnancy.

 

What can you do?

Low progesterone levels are the most common hormone imbalance in women after age 35 when our ovaries start to slow down. It is, therefore, best if you observe your symptoms carefully and revisit this quiz if you start to show more symptoms, especially as you enter perimenopause.

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High Estrogen

It is very likely that you do have estrogen dominance.

Estrogen is another potent steroid hormone (or rather a group of hormones) that is responsible for keeping you joyful, juicy and feeling sexy. However, high estrogen levels can result in stubborn weight gain, particularly in the hips and butt, mood swings, PMS, depression or irritability, weepiness, sometimes over the most ridiculous things and 'mini breakdowns' or anxiety. Women with high estrogen levels can develop fibroids and endometriosis. Elevated estrogen levels have also been connected to be the leading cause of breast cancer in women.

 

What can you do?

Ask your doctor to test you, ideally in a saliva test where you measure estradiol and progesterone around day 19-21 of your cycle (or anytime if you are no longer cycling). It's also worthwhile to get an estrogen metabolism test done - a poor ratio is connected to breast cancer.

You can also order the tests yourself online by going to YourLabwork. I outlined many of the test markers that impact your hormones. The DUTCH test is the most comprehensive and accurate test for measuring estrogen levels and its metabolites - including the “clean: and “dirty” estrogens.

There are natural, effective and safe ways of rebalancing your estrogen levels with nutrition. I invite you to watch (free) video lectures from my Cooking for Balance program to learn how to use food to rebalance your hormones.

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High Estrogen

It looks like you do not have estrogen dominance.

That's good news, because you need estrogen and progesterone in balance. Estrogen is another potent steroid hormone (or rather a group of hormones) that is responsible for keeping you joyful, juicy and feeling sexy. However, high estrogen levels can result in stubborn weight gain, particularly in the hips and butt, mood swings, PMS, depression or irritability, weepiness, sometimes over the most ridiculous things and 'mini breakdowns' or anxiety. Women with high estrogen levels can develop fibroids and endometriosis. Elevated estrogen levels have also been connected to be the leading cause of breast cancer in women.

 

What can you do?

Keep in mind the overlap of these symptoms with symptoms of low or slow progesterone. It is best if you observe your symptoms carefully and revisit this quiz if you start to show more symptoms, especially as you enter perimenopause.

To learn more about prevention, I recommend watching (free) video lectures from my Cooking for Balance program.

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