Could help with test results

by Cinthya
(St Robert, MO)

Hello. At the beginning of the year I experienced a lot of stress and with Covid and a lockdown for 3 months in Europe got worse. I'm experience fatigue, cold hands and feet, low libido, High blood pressure, insomnia, anxiety and mild depression. My doctor prescribed me antidepressants but didn't help. I'm 36 years old
So I asked for a hormones panel and I have:

APRIL 2020
Estradiol 21 pg/ml
Progesterone 4.5 ng/ml

And now

Estradiol 69 pg/ml
Progesterona 11.1 ng/ml
Testosterona 26ng/DL
LH 9.8 U/L
FSH 9.5 U/L

Could you explain to me please!!!

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Dec 07, 2020
Help with test results
by: Joy

Hi Cinthya

Covid is affecting us all, it is such a stressful time, I understand exactly how you are feeling.

Your doctor should have explained these tests to you. Your recent test shows a progesterone:estrogen ratio of 161:1 it should be around 600:1. This means that you need to use a good progesterone cream such as Natpro. Please read the Hormone Testing page to see what hormone levels should be.

Your adverse symptoms also indicate that you are suffering from Estrogen Dominance. Should you decide to use progesterone to help you please read the How to use Progesterone Cream page, it explains all about progesterone and how to use it correctly.

Dec 07, 2020
Thank you
by: Cinrhya

I went to my doctor many times and I request a hormonal panel in Europe and they never listen to me. My doctor told that I'm still young.

I always have a feeling that I have an hormonal imbalance because I didn't find any explanation why I feel to sad and depressed. Plus, constipation? Lower back pain, until, suddenly lost 10 pounds, insomnia, feeling like tired by wired. He just prescribed me Lexapro but helped me for a little bit with my depression but not with the other symptoms. And here in USA I just found a doctor who works with biohormones and just waiting for the appoitment next month.

Thank you!!!

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