What is estrogen and how does it affect your health?
Posted Nov 23 2010 2:20pm
If you’re interested in lowering your risk of ,or if you want to understand how to prevent recurrence after treatment, it’s important to understand the role that estrogen, and other hormones, play in your health. Get started by reading about estrogen.
Estrogen Definition and Functions
Estrogen Replacement Therapy or HRT: Low levels of estrogen can be caused by natural, surgical, or chemical menopause, and by estrogen suppression medications. Some side effects of low estrogen may include: hot flashes, headaches, night sweats and vaginal dryness. Some women may be able to take HRT (hormone replacement therapy) to help counteract these effects.
Long-term Use of Estrogen is Safe Within Limits
Estrogen and Breast Cancer: Some kinds of breast cancer are fueled by high amounts of estrogen. That’s the reason that estrogen suppression medications are an important part of treatment that prevents recurrence. Here is an overview of the main types of : ductal, lobular, inflammatory, and Paget’s disease.
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